Snoring is a commonly occurring condition that affects most of the global population and is seen
more often in males than females. It may be light, infrequent or unconcerning but can also
indicate serious disorders like obstructive sleep apnea. Disruption in sleep quality leads to
stress, poor concentration and fatigue. It may also be linked to heart disease risks, diabetes and
mental health issues.
About The Product
Designed to promote a deep restful sleep, Sleep Easy is a customized and effective oral anti-
snoring device that alleviates harmful effects of snoring and mild to moderate OSA ( obstructive
It is categorized as an EMA or elastic mandibular advancement device that gradually moves the
lower jaw forward and opens up the airway. The connector at the sides will decide the degree of
mandibular advancement according to every patient's need. The presence of connectors instead
of elastic straps for lateral movements as well. The device activates the muscle and ligaments
and stops the airway from collapsing at night time. Additionally, it also prevents grinding and
even mouth breathers can easily adapt to it.
Sleep Easy- The Right Sleep Solution
Comfortable, flexible and lightweight
Made of highly biocompatible inert material
Easy to use and maintain
Ease of adaptability
WHY RECOMMEND ORAL SLEEP APPLIANCE THERAPY FOR YOUR PATIENTS?
The treatment for snoring depends on nature and types of problems it causes. It can include
measures like lifestyle changes, mouth exercises or use of CPAP machines. Compliance rate
for oral appliances is high as it is lightweight and easy to adjust. Additionally, it has the following
Help relieve symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea
Promotes uninterrupted sound sleep
Reduces fatigue and stress
Improves overall quality of life
Frequently asked questions
How does oral appliance therapy work to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?+For patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea, ASD prevents the tongue from blocking the throat or advances the lower jaw forward. ASD helps to keep the airway open during sleep.Will this device help to get rid of your patients’ morning headaches? +Sleep easy is designed to gently move the lower jaw forward in a therapeutic position during sleep, activating the airway muscles and ligaments to prevent the airway from collapsing. This will help your patients achieve a deeper, refreshing night’s sleep, which will help them get rid of morning headaches.. Vestibulum magna odio, ornare in faucibus.What are the contra-indications for an oral appliance for snoring? +Compromised oral hygiene
Poor periodontal condition
Insufficient teeth per jaw
TMJ dysfunction such as locking etc
Inability to protrude more than 5mm from resting jaw position
Incompetent or restricted nasal airway
Severe ‘gag’ reaction
Can patients experience soreness for after first time use +Yes, soreness in the teeth, jaws and gums may be felt for the first time and a few days after. With continuous usage of the appliance, the tissues should eventually adjust.Can wearing Sleep Easy cause teeth to shift?+Tooth movement as a result of wearing sleep easy is a rare side effect. In case of movement, store models and necessary information of the initial impressions. Ensure all components of the device are working as intended. Necessary adjustments may be needed by the dentists or patients.How to proceed if the sleep easy device fits on the model but not intraorally? +New impressions/models must be made in order to remake the appliance. This page is intended for Healthcare Professionals
This site is intended to provide balanced, scientific, and evidence-based information that is not intended as medical advice. Responsibility for patient care resides with the healthcare professional on the basis of his or her professional license, experience, and knowledge of the individual patient.
This site is intended to provide balanced, scientic, and evidence-based information that is not intended as medical advice. Responsibility for patient care resides with the healthcare professional on the basis of his or her professional license, experience, and knowledge of the individual patient.