- Oral OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) Orthotic
Moving the tongue and jaw forward with an oral appliance allows airway to open up, therefore reducing sleep apnea. This is a good option for patients with mild to moderate apnea. Patients with severe apnea can use the orthotic in coordination with a C-PAP if needed. This is a great option for patient that cannot tolerate a C-PAP.