SomnoDent Oral Appliance

The SomnoDent Appliance is a good alternative over a CPAP for somebody struggling with snoring and sleep apnea.


What is a SomnoDent Oral Appliance?

Wearing a SomnoDent Appliance while sleeping, helps your lower jaw to be moved forward into a comfortable position, allowing it to relax the the tissues at the back of your throat which prevents the base of your tongue from collapsing and blocking your airway.

What does this mean? You get a safe and restful sleep for you, as well as anybody else around.

How to know if a SomnoDent is the right treatment for you?

Somnodent Appliances generally are a really good alternative for patients suffering from mild to moderate sleep apnea, but have difficulty with CPAP therapy. CPAP machines surgical therapy can be extremely cost prohibitive and invasive. CPAP machines in particular can be difficult to travel with can make movement very restrictive. If you live in the Vancouver area and are searching for a CPAP alternative, contact us here to set up an appointment to see if a Somnodent appliance could work for you.

Benefits of a SomnoDent Oral Appliance


91% Effective Improvement

91% of patients that used a SomnoDent Appliance had an improvement in quality of sleep.

Custom Fit

SomnoDent is developed using dental impressions of your teeth, which ensures a comfortable and custom fit unique to each patient.

Flexible Movement

With a SomnoDent you are able to fully open and close your mouth, even drink, speak, and take oral medicine.

Ease of Use

Like anything, it only works if you use it. 88% of patients reported using their SomnoDent regularly.

Extremely Durable

We use premium materials, and in some instances a inner cast framework to make sure that our device is one of the strongest appliances available.


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SomnoDent Appliance Options




Flex with CR


Herbst Advance

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