MAD

Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD)

An effective solution
The mandibular advancement device (DAM) combats apnea and its health consequences.

There is no single solution to combat apnea since the problem is usually multifactorial.

Patients who are intolerant to CPAP and are not candidates for surgery may benefit from another alternative: dental prostheses. These are mandibular advancement devices, known as MAD, which are able to resolve problems for simple snorers and people suffering from mild to moderate sleep apnea. They prevent airway collapse by repositioning the jaw forward (mandibular protrusion), and they reduce the sound of snoring and apnea, making it disappear in 98% of cases. Its effectiveness is clinically proven.

  • An effective treatment for patients with mild to moderate snoring and SAHS (Sleep Apnea–Hypopnea Syndrome).
  • In severe cases, this device can be combined with CPAP, thus eliminating the need for the mask.
  • Approved by the FDA
  • The American Academy of Sleep Medicine believes that mandibular advancement devices are on par with CPAP.

“The FDA believes these devices are just as effective as CPAP and can be used as a first-line treatment for mild and moderate sleep apnea, and even for patients with severe apnea who are intolerant to CPAP.”

Measurement process

Measurement process with printing

Device Development

Mandibular Advancement Device

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine believes these devices are just as effective as CPAP and can be used as a first-line treatment for mild to moderate sleep apnea, and even for patients with severe apnea who are intolerant to CPAP.

The mandibular advancement device MAD is highly effective as it stabilizes the jaw to prevent airway obstruction and eliminates snoring and bruxism, while also reducing the frequency of sleep apneas and the problems associated with them.

  • They are comfortable, can fit inside your pocket, allow you to sleep without snoring and, as an added advantage, you don’t have to clean the hoses or go looking for distilled water.
  • You can clean your MAD with the same toothbrush and toothpaste you use to brush your teeth.

Patients who use MADs get their social life back, which is greatly affected by snoring, and they and their partners regain the quality of sleep and life they had been deprived of.

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