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Mouthpieces for Snorers

These posts will cover snoring mouthpieces from my personal experience. I’ve done research on each mouthpiece to help you decide if one could help your snoring.

SnoreDoc Review

SnoreDoc Review

Update: From what I can tell, SnoreDoc has closed its doors (the website is down as of July 31, 2019). Like always, I encourage you to read the Best Anti-Snoring Devices list that our pros and doctors helped put together. From the moment I initially visited the SnoreDoc website, I loved everything about this device….

TheraSnore vs. SnoreRx

TheraSnore vs. SnoreRx

The TheraSnore and SnoreRx Plus are similar in many ways, including the ability to adjust the lower jaw incrementally between five to six positions, and the ability to custom mold the mouthpiece. If you trying to decide between the two, this article may help you see the differences and choose the one that is right…

nuSleep OTC Review

nuSleep OTC Review

I’ve reviewed all kinds of anti-snoring devices, including pillows, nasal strips, tongue retaining devices, MADs (mandibular advancement devices), and mouthpieces. There is a new entry into the mouthpiece category. The nuSleep OTC is an over-the-counter oral appliance that mimics the process of having your dentist make a custom mouthpiece without the wait or the high…

Tap 3 Elite vs SnoreRx

Tap 3 Elite vs SnoreRx

The Tap 3 Elite and SnoreRx are both classified as MADs (mandibular advancement devices). My experience with each of them is similar to most consumers: both MAD devices do an excellent job. The Tap 3 Elite has a significant edge over the SnoreRx Plus, however, due to its sleeker design, more customized fit, and ease…