I found SleepTight Mouthpiece to be an effective and comfortable product, but that does not mean it is the right mandibular advancement device (MAD) for everyone. To know if you are a good candidate you can actually do a little test while you are reading this. If you still want more information after this test, check out my full SleepTight review.
Begin by making a snoring sound as loud as you can. Now, extend your lower jaw forward and try to make the same noise. Chances are good that you can’t, and if you can it is probably very faint.
SleepTight Mouthpiece works by holding your jaw in a forward position. This keeps your airway free of obstruction all night, so soft tissues can’t vibrate and create the snoring sound.
Who Can and Can’t Use SleepTight Mouthpiece?
SleepTight Mouthpiece can be worn by adults who snore for specific reasons. The site suggests it can be worn with obstructive sleep apnea, but if you have been diagnosed, you should consult your doctor first. SleepTight Mouthpiece has an airflow hole that allows you to breathe through your mouth. This device can also be worn with dentures.
As long as you have a few top and bottom teeth the device should stay in place. SleepTight snoring mouthpiece should not be worn by individuals with asthma, severe respiratory disorders, central sleep apnea, TMJ pain, loose teeth, or advanced periodontal disease. Also, this, or any other, over-the-counter snoring mouthpiece, should not be worn by children.