Small splint,
big impact.

In many cases of snoring and sleep-related breathing disorders a protrusion splint can be helpful.

For most of us, snoring is mainly a manifestation of sound sleep – or a significant disturbance of sleep at night for the partner. If, however, snoring is not only an independent phenomenon, but represents a symptom of a medical sleep disorder, the consequences for the person concerned can be life-threatening: The lack of deep sleep stages and the threat of oxygen deficiency increase the long-term risk of a cardiovascular disease.

The following pages are destined to give an overview of both snoring and its secondary diseases as well as existing therapies. If you or your partner show corresponding symptoms, please consult a sleep therapist.