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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 […]

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Testing the SnoreRx on Four Snoring and Sleep Apnea Users, by Dr. Kate Christian

I'v been a contributor to the reviews of best anti-snoring mouthpieces here at SHQ for a good while. My goal is always to have as many patients and/or friends test the devices as possible. I was excited to try out the SnoreRx. I’ve had several patients over the years come in with it and now […]

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Snore Guard vs. ZQuiet

Many people assume that in order for a mouthpiece to actually stop their snoring, they have to get the product through a dentist. After all, if a prescription is required then it must work better than one you can simply order online, right? Well, that may be true with other products, but this is definitely […]

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TheraSnore Mouthpiece Review

The TheraSnore Mouthpiece – Does it Live up to the Hype? Oh, how I have tried to cure myself of snoring. Nasal strips, nasal spray, acupressure, dieting – I’ve tried every known remedy and treatment. I was officially at the bottom of the snore-cure bucket, and it was time to put aside my prejudices and […]

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Snore Eliminator Review

Snore Eliminator is classified as a mandibular advancement device. It is designed to hold your lower jaw forward to keep your airway clear of obstruction while you sleep. It is marketed as being the industry's most effective snoring solution. I disagree, and so does my wife. We both put Snore Eliminator to the test and […]

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How to Clean Your SnoreRx

As you can tell by looking at it, SnoreRx demands a little more attention devoted to cleaning than many other mandibular advancement devices (MADs). Having 10 lower jaw settings to choose from is a huge benefit for this device, but on the other hand, every little notch can harbor bacteria, so it's vital that you […]

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Fitting and Adjusting SnoreRx

The biggest attraction to SnoreRx Plus is its high level of customization (full review here). Not only do you fit the lower and upper trays to your teeth; you are also able to adjust the lower jaw placement by using 10 different settings that are each 1 millimeter apart. As exciting as this is, some […]

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SnoreRx: Custom Impression Benefits

The customization and adjustability factors are probably what attracted you to SnoreRx in the first place. You have likely read or been told that these features are beneficial, but do you really understand what makes them so great? Below are a few benefits you can look forward to from these two characteristics. Custom Impression Using […]

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SleepPro Review

When I first decided to add SleepPro to my list of mouthpieces to try, I was not quite sure which one to buy. I ended up ordering Easifit for myself and the Women's version for my wife. So, this review is for these two anti snoring devices, which are pretty much the same except that […]

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AirSnore Review

If you are suffering from daytime fatigue, dry mouth, headaches or a sore throat, you probably snore at night. The AirSnore mouthpiece will help you breathe better while you sleep so you can feel great in the morning. This comfortable anti-snoring device is easy to wear and stops snoring so you get a good night’s […]

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