Anti Snoring Devices

Welcome to my page on Anti Snoring Devices.

There are so many devices that you can buy online that all claim to fix your snoring issues, that it can seem very bewildering.

I have tried to simplify this process for you by creating a quick and easy to read comparison chart that shows you the most important features of some of the best devices available.

Below the table is an explanation of what all the information means.

NameTypePriceSafetyLife ExpectancyGuaranteeDenture Safe 
zquiet-photoM.A.D. $9.95 + $79.95
After 30 Day
Trial
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
Many months. 30 Days. No.
snorex-photoM.A.D. 1 device $99.
2 devices $154
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
11-15 months. 30 Days. No.
vitalsleep-photoM.A.D. 1 device $59.95.
2 devices $99.95
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
Up to 2 years 30 Days.
Free Replacements
For One Year.
Works with
partial dentures.
gmss-photoT.S.D. 1 device $99.94.
2 devices $129.94.
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
Up to 1 year 30 Days. Yes.
zyppah-photoM.A.D. 1 device $89.95
2 devices $179.90
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
Months 90 Days. Works with partial dentures.
sleeptight-photoM.A.D. $9.95.
30 days later
$69.95.
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
6 months to 2 years 30 Days. Works with partial dentures.
snoremeds-photoM.A.D. 1 device $40.95
2 devices $59.95.
4 devices $80.00
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
Recommended
change every
3-4 months
45 Days. No.
airsnore-photoM.A.D. 1 device $49.95.
No multiple discounts.
FDA Approved.
No Latex or BPA.
Not known60 Days. Probably.

 

As you can see, the table contains lots of columns. And so let me explain the columns one by one.

The first column shows the name of the device and you can click on the graphic in order to read a very detailed review of the device.

The second column highlights the type of device- most of these are M.A.D.s.

The third column details the price of the devices.

The fourth column shows how safe the devices are and whether they are FDA approved and what materials they are made from.

The fifth column displays the life expectancy or durability of each one of these mouthpieces. How long, with regular wear, will the device last?

The sixth shows what guarantee each device has.

And finally, the seventh column shows if a mouthpiece can be worn by a person who wears dentures.

Indeed, the main health authority in the U.K. believes that there are three main types of anti snoring devices; oral devices,  nasal devices and mandibular advancement devices

This page just contains a table which provides a quick look at some of the most popular Mandibular Advancement Devices (M.A.D.s) on the market today.

M.A.D.s are one of a variety of anti snoring devices. Others are Tongue Stabilisation Devices (T.S.D.s) which can also be labelled as Tongue Retaining Devices (T.R.D.s).