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How SomnoDent Devices Treat SNORING &

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

1. Obstructed Airway

Obstructed Airway

While we sleep, gravity and muscle relaxation allows the tongue and surrounding soft tissue to fall back into the throat area, collapsing the airway and obstructing the air flow.

2. SomnoDent Device

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Custom-fit by a dentist, SomnoDent® oral devices treat OSA by moving the lower jaw slightly forward. This forward movement keeps the airway open, preventing apneas.

3. Open Airway Therapy 

Continuous Open Airway Therapy (COAT)

Continuous Open Airway Therapy (COAT)® is a category of products that treat patients seeking an easy, efficient solution for OSA, or obstructive sleep apnea.

SomnoDent Oral Appliances

✓ Covered by Healthcare Insurance and Medicare

✓ 9 out of 10 patients report device comfort

✓ Clinically-Proven Alternative to CPAP

✓ 1-3 Year Manufacturer Warranty on SomnoDent Oral Devices



Innovative Design Offering Top-Rated Comfort and Freedom



Durability for Bruxism Patients, Medicare Approved



Compact Design for Smaller Mouths, Durable & Medicare Approved



Allows for freedom to open and close mouth; Affordable

Stories & Testimonials

Hear what people have to say about SomnoDent Oral Appliance Therapy, in their own words.

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It works! And I’ve been telling everybody!”

–Shirly Burns, Sleep Apnea Patient

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I will never ever go back to CPAP after discovering SomnoDent.”

– Izy – MSG, US Army, Retired


“I would recommend the SomnoDent device to anyone with OSA. It is life changing.

– Derek, “The Happy Camper”

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My AHI went from 46 to 1! I have so much more energy to spend time at the lake with my family.””

– Steven, Sleep Apena Patient


”My energy levels have increased significantly!

– Jesus Rivera, Sleep Apnea Patient

Ready to begin your treatment journey?

Each of our Preferred Dental Partners has experience with SomnoDent Oral Devices and oral appliance therapy – we feel confident that our providers can assist you in the next steps of your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), bruxism and/or TMJ treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a SomnoDent oral device cost?”

A: Depends on your medical insurance, if your dentist is in-network, if you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, failed CPAP therapy, and the fees of the office you go to. You will need to speak directly with a SomnoDent Sleep Dentist near you to determine cost and coverage of your health plan for oral appliance therapy.

”Is it covered by insurance?”

A: SomnoDent oral devices will most likely not be covered by your dental insurance but are covered by many health insurance plans as a medical device to treat sleep apnea. Please contact your health insurance provider for information relative to your specific case. Many providers require a sleep apnea diagnosis.

”What if it doesn’t work for me?”

A: Even with products such as SomnoDent with proven clinical efficacy, not every treatment will work for every patient. If you have questions or concerns about whether SomnoDent has improved your condition, you should return to your medical or dental provider to discuss your options.

”Are there side effects?”

A: Most of the side effects or using COATTM  are considered minor and typically subside after the first week or two.  The three primary side effcts are tooth discomfort, TMJ (jaw joint) or muscular discomfort, and tooth movement or bite changes. Your SomnoDent provider should provider you with morning exercises and repositioning. Although other minor complications are possible, like salivation changes and dry lips.

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Understanding Sleep Apnea & Snoring

Sleep Apnea Oral Appliance Info for Patients

In This Ebook, You’ll Learn:

✓ The impact untreated sleeep apnea can take on your health

✓ Access to sleep apnea and sleep hygiene screenings

✓ If sleep apnea is dangerous and who is at risk

✓ Treatment options and CPAP alternatives

✓ SomnoDent patient treatment experiences