ProSnore Review: Does It Cure Sleep Apnea And Snoring?

December 22, 2015

ProSnore Review Does It Cure Sleep Apnea And SnoringProSnore is a custom fitted MAD (Mandibular Advancement Device) mouthpiece created by Dr. Gregerson. Buyers can get their MAD customized in a lab when they buy ProSnore, and this particular feature is what sets it apart from other commercially available products in the market.

ProSnore will mail you a custom mold kit which comes with a molding clay and a set of teeth trays. Follow the instructions in the label and then after you’ve made impressions on the molding clay, you will need to mail it back to them so they can create your mouthpiece in their lab. The device will then be mailed to you within 2-3 weeks.

This product’s jaw advancement feature is unlike any other. While most anti snoring devices use the upper teeth to push the lower jaw forward, with ProSnore your lower set of teeth are fitted into the device’s protruding extension and secured in your upper teeth and at the front of your gyms. In doing so, your throat muscles are tightened preventing your airway from being blocked. With this kind of mechanism, ProSnore is a lot less bulky than most mouthpieces and is also much more comfortable to wear.

ProSnore was released in 2007 and it’s still very popular to this day. It’s one of the pioneering anti snoring devices and has been around longer than most.

Does ProSnore Treat Sleep Apnea?

When you go to the ProSnore website, you will find that its manufacturer does suggest that this device can treat sleep apnea and snoring. However, keep in mind that it’s always a good idea to seek medical advice if you suffer from sleep apnea. While anti snoring devices like ProSnore have been found to work in treating sleep apnea when observed in a clinical setting, this condition can be potentially life threatening hence the need for medical consultation.

Opting for self diagnosis and treatment when you have sleep apnea can be risky and dangerous. So, if you have been diagnosed with the condition or suspect that you have it, see a doctor first before deciding to use ProSnore or any similar device for that matter.

How Much is ProSnore?

ProSnore price (retail) is $119.99 so you could say it’s not exactly cheap. However, it does come with free shipping. And if you consider just how convenient and effective it is, it may be worth the price.

ProSnore Reviews From Real Users

“I’m very happy with the product. The price is fair for the quality that ProSnore has. It doesn’t cause sensitivity to my teeth which is something I have to endure with other anti snoring products. I highly recommend it.” – Mary Wagner

“Looking for a good anti snoring device has been a long and difficult journey for me. I’ve spent so much money trying many different products and most of them always gave me problems. Not ProSnore though. I absolutely love this one.” – Chris Bergner

My ProSnore Review

In my opinion, there is no perfect anti snoring product but there are several things that I really like about the original ProSnore.

First of all, this device was created by an actual dentist (Dr. Gregerson). As such, he knows what snoring individuals need and how to treat snoring. After all, he has the experience and the skills to create an effective product.

Secondly, ProSnore is the only one of its kind. It enables you to have a custom fitted mouthpiece, made in an actual laboratory to ensure that it will really fit your mouth, teeth and gums. This prevents discomfort and increases the effectiveness of the product.

ProSnore has does not have an upper tray so it’s less bulky and more comfortable for the wearer.

It’s been around for many years – 7 to be precise. While most snoring mouth guards come and go, this one has been around for a very long time and that tells you that it really works.

While it is more expensive than other commercially available products, at $120 you are paying only a third of what an oral appliance made in a dentist’s clinic would cost.

ProSnore Cons

As I’ve mentioned earlier, there is no perfect product. At least not in the area of snoring mouthpieces. With ProSnore, it doesn’t let you breathe freely through your mouth. You have to breathe through your nose which can be a problem if you are used to breathing through your mouth when you sleep. If this is the case, you can always choose ProSnore II which comes with breathing holes.

Overall, I am impressed with the original ProSnore. Sure it has its shortcomings but it works well. Those who have tried using this device rave about how great it is.

Recommendation

If you are willing to spend $120 on an anti snoring mouthpiece and are willing to wait several weeks until you’ll be able to use it, then I strongly urge you to buy ProSnore. Check out the official ProSnore website for more info and also to buy this product.

However, if you would rather spend less on a snoring device and you want to be able to start using it right away, then Good Morning Snore Solution is a great alternative. I’ve tried this device myself and I’m quite happy with it.

GMSS can be used right away as it comes in just 1 size and the fit is pretty spot on too. It uses a different approach to stop snoring, as it uses the TSD concept (tongue stabilizing device) which works just as well as MADs. Plus, because it’s a tongue stabilizer it doesn’t take a lot of room inside your mouth.

For other recommendations of the best anti snoring devices, please check out this post.

Patrick Kemp

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