The only way you are going to find out if PureSleep is the right device for you is if you actually give it a try.
It can be tricky to clean and fit, but there are also a lot of reasons why this is a popular mandibular advancement device.
- You have to fill out a questionnaire to make sure you are a good candidate, which shows that the company does care about those purchasing its product.
- The mouthpiece offers three settings to account for a mild under bite, severe under bite, and an overbite.
- It is one of the few mandibular advancement devices that can be worn with partial dentures.
- PureSleep has air holes, so you can breathe through your mouth. This makes it an option if you have nasal polyps, sinus issues, or a deviated septum.
- The device is made in America and cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
- The material used to make PureSleep is BPA and latex-free.
- You get two devices for the price of one, and you only have to pay shipping upfront.
- PureSleep was designed by Dr. Douglas Fenton, a dentist and snorer. He had help from Noel Lindsay, a snorer and businessman. The product was designed as an alternative to the expensive prescription mouthpieces they were both familiar with.
- The company did have complaints with the Better Business Bureau years ago, but addressed them promptly, so all have been resolved.
- The device is clear plastic and barely noticeable while wearing it.
- PureSleep lasts an average of six to nine months, which is a generous lifespan for a mouthpiece at this price point.
- You may be able to wear PureSleep with crowns and implants, providing the dental work is at least three months old and you consult your dentist first.