SnoreHook Splint: FDA and Medicare approved 20-minute fabrication of a titratable device for snoring and OSA
A durable treatment device that is affordable as a trial device!
(Offer limited to one per customer)
The SnoreHook Splint patented customizable trays (that can be adapted to any arch width) combined with the titratable, mandibular-advancing stainless steel hooking mechanism, is FDA cleared for the treatment of snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea and as now approved for Medicare insurance code E0486.
- Has a mechanism that is hinged or jointed at the sides, front or palate;
- Has a mechanism that allow the mandible to be advanced;
- Is able to protrude the mandible beyond the front teeth at maximum protrusion;
- Is adjustable by the beneficiary by increments of one millimeter or less;
- Retains its adjustment setting when removed.
However, unlike all other snoring/apnea devices that qualify for E0486, the SnoreHook Splint protocol can be easily fabricated on patient's models in-office (or directly on the patient's teeth) in less than 20 minutes at a fraction of the typical lab fees for as little as $78 per SnoreHook Splint set.
The best way to rapidly learn the fabrication and delivery of a SnoreHook to make one on yourself!
Be sure to visit the links in the drop down menu "SnoreHook Help" above for useful insights and procedures, for example, making the "Comfort Backstop" for patient comfort.
Real time fabrication tutorial video:
Speeded up video (without subtitles and insights):
Each SnoreHook Splint protocol set includes:
- Mandibular advancing hooking mechanism, screw adjustable in 1mm increments
- Mandibular CrossPlate, which opposes the maxillary hook;
- Pre-engineered patented maxillary and mandibular width-adjustable polycarbonate trays that the Hooking Mechanism and CrossPlate fit into;
- Hexagonal adjusting key, to advance the Advancing Hook;
- Security Bar (to prevent dislodgment during use)
- Ample supply of thermo-acrylic beads to fabricate the devices.
How to relieve a tight/binding fit; Lower device insertion/removal