SnoreBuddy Frequently Asked
Is the SnoreBuddy mouthpiece comfortable to wear?
Yes, once you get used to it.
There may be some discomfort known as temporal mandibular joint disfunction (TMJ) which generally reduces over a period of time.
If you experience a painful jaw, discontinue use for a period of time and then try again.
How long will it take to get used to sleeping with my SnoreBuddy mouthpiece?
It can vary from one person to another. However, in my case it took two nights to sleep through the night.
On average it seems to take anything between two to four nights.
Can people who wear dentures wear a snoring mouthpiece?
No, we do not recommend it. We also suggest that only people with healthy gums and teeth use the mouthpiece.
How long does the mouthpiece last?
The mouthpiece lasts approximately 6-12 months. This does differ from person to person, it depends on the pressure placed on the appliance in holding the bottom jaw forward.
It is also more hygienic to replace the mouthpiece regularly.
Does the mouthpiece come in different sizes?
One size fits all. The mouthpiece is softened by the boiled water so the size of the mouthpiece is determined by the shape of your mouth.
How do I clean my mouthpiece?
Use a toothbrush with toothpaste to clean it, alternately place the mouthpiece in a container provided and drop in a Polident tablet.
A mouthwash would also be adequate to keep the mouthpiece clean.
Will the SnoreBuddy mouthpiece get rid of my snoring from the very first night of use?
You have an 85% chance that the mouthpiece will work for you. If you find that after the first night you still snore then re-mould the mouthpiece with your jaw slightly more forward.