Australian Mandibular Repositioning 2013 Study

This short-term study has demonstrated that the health outcomes in patients with moderate to severe OSA were similar after treatment with CPAP and MAD.

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Kaiser Permanente Fontana Sleep Center Study 2014

100% – ApneaRx performed the same as the more expensive custom made oral appliance.

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Kaiser Permanente Fontana Sleep Center Study 2013

75% Slept better than usual
75% Felt more refreshed than usual
75% Rated comfort of device as good
75% Snoring improved
100% Preferred the OA (Oral Appliance – ApneaRX ) to CPAP

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Sleep Medicine Study

In a Study conducted with the aid of Italian dentists. Oral Appliances were shown to have a beneficial effect on Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).

  • 100% of patients with mild OSA achieved Optimal results (AHI<5)
  • 89.5% of patients with moderate OSA achieved Optimal results (AHI<5)
  • 90% of patients with severe OSA achieved Good results (AHI<15)
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Long-Term Effectiveness of Oral Appliance versus CPAP Therapy and the Emerging Importance of Understanding Patient Preferences

Fernanda R. Almeida, DDS, MSc, PhD; Nick Bansback, PhD
Faculty of Dentistry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada;

School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

This study found MAS (mandibular advancement splints ) to be an effective alternative to CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure)
except for extremely and morbidly obese persons.

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