dreamTAP™ by Airway Management

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine tells us that a significant number of men and women are affected by snoring and mild sleep apnea and recommends oral appliances as a frontline treatment against both.

The dreamTAP™ appliance holds your patient’s lower jaw in the forward position using a hook mechanism in order to prevent the soft tissue of the throat from collapsing and obstructing the airway, ultimately preventing snoring.  Its sleek, unique new design and adjustment key lets the patient fine-tune their treatment for effectiveness and comfort. dreamTAP™ oral appliances provide a predictable, comfortable, well-fitting solution that is easy to wear and guarantees a restful night’s sleep.

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TURN-AROUND TIME

3 days in lab

ADVANTAGES

  • Added tongue space for greater comfort
  • Increased range of adjustment
  • Custom-formed soft liners for superior fits
  • Can attach to CPAP machines
  • Available in blue and clear
  • Stronger than surgical stainless steel
  • Rust and corrosion resistant
  • Three hook sizes for greater range of adjustment
  • Nickel-free, 100% allergen-free
  • Cobalt-chromium hardware
  • Tap technology, single-point adjustment

INDICATIONS

8 or more healthy, natural teeth

EMA® Oral Appliance from Myerson

The EMA® appliance is designed to promote a deeper, more restful sleep by preventing snoring and relieving the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea. The EMA® appliance increases airway space by moving the mandible protrusively using interchangeable elastic straps—the shorter the strap, the farther the mandible is advanced.

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TURN-AROUND TIME

3 days in lab

ADVANTAGES

  • 9 different strap lengths
  • 100% Latex-free
  • Cost-effective solution
  • Patient friendly, metal-free design
  • FDA approved and clinically proven to safely treat OSA and snoring
  • Enhanced patient compliance in using the device on a nightly basis

INDICATIONS

  • Can be used for any patient with either a full or partial set of natural teeth
  • Remaining teeth should have sufficient height of contour for the device to gain retention at the gingival third
  • Snoring
  • Obstructive sleep apnea