Mouth Breathing Devices
The consequences of mouth breathing at night are often bad breath (halitosis) and snoring, both of which are undesirable and unpleasant for others.
Halitosis is caused by decaying bacteria located on the tongue, palate and areas between the teeth. The effect of decay is enhanced when you breathe through your mouth at night, as an open mouth leads to loss of moisture on the tongue and palate and also allows unpleasant odour to escape; 'morning breath'.
Promote nasal breathing and eliminate bad breath with our range of mouth breathing devices.
An oral vestibular shield will promote breathing through the nose by effectively blocking the mouth.
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A new concept - this unique and novel device developed by Anaesthetist and GP, Dr Muthana Hassan, supports the chin during sleep preventing the mouth falling open.