Breathe Easy Again

Custom oral devices for the treatment  of snoring, obstructive sleep apnea and TMJ


Sleep Appliances

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious and potentially life threatening disease. At Respire, we have developed a range of oral sleep devices designed to assist patients in the treatment of this condition.  

When selecting an oral sleep device we believe that one design is not suitable for all patients needs. At Respire we have developed a range of products designed to meet these requirements. Each recognizable device has a different function, and each with a different color. 

Select one of the images below to learn more about why we designed these appliances.

The Respire Daytime Devices


Breathing related sleep disorders are often diagnosed in conjunction with TMJ disorders so many of our sleep specialists also treat patients with TMJ issues.

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TMJ Splints

Bite splints are often used in patients who suffer from oral parafunctions, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction or temporomandibular disorders (TMD). The most common reason for prescribing a TMJ splint is to protect the teeth in patients with bruxism, to improve jaw muscle and TMJ function and to relieve pain. Symptoms in such patients include tension headaches, neck and shoulder pain. The goal of these splints is to protect the TMJ disks from dysfunctional forces that may lead to perforations or permanent displacements. They also aim to improve a patients jaw-muscle function and relieve associated pain.

The Gelb MORA

This is a very popular splint which covers the posterior teeth allowing for increased tongue space. 

Lingual Coverage

In a very similar way to the Gelb MORA this device covers the lingual anterior teeth to avoid super eruption. 

The Full Coverage

The device covers all the occlusal surfaces of the teeth to give a more balanced bite.