How to choose... a 'Mouthpiece' to stop snoring

This Snorer.com guide does not attempt to explain everything in detail. It is intended to provide an accessible, evidence-based introduction, sufficient to help you understand HOW and WHEN to choose a 'mouthpiece' to stop snoring.

This starts from a medical perspective and then moves to dental… because a mouthpiece may impact upon your teeth - and your teeth (and other things) impact upon whether a mouthpiece is right for you.

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About the author

This evidence-based guide has been created in accordance with the Principles and Requirements of NHS England's Information Standard.

Peer reviewer is: Dr Shouresh Charkhandeh DDS.

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Snorer.com
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Nov 14, 2017
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30
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English
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Health & Fitness / Sleep & Sleep Disorders
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