Oral Appliance Therapy

Mandibular Advancement Splint (MAS) / Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD)


ProSomnus® Sleep Devices are easy-to-use and comfortable devices that alleviate snoring and symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Ask one of our Sleep Health Practitioners if ProSomnus Sleep Devices are a good fit for you Visit www.prosomnus.com to learn more about ProSomnus Sleep Devices.


During sleep, your tongue and throat tissues may relax enough to narrow your airway. Snoring is the sound that is produced when air passes through this partially blocked area causing tissues to vibrate.


OSA is a medical condition where your tongue and soft tissues actually close off your airway and stop air from entering your lungs. When this happens during sleep, the oxygen in your blood decreases, your heart races, and your brain panics– causing you to startle awake. After a few good breaths, the cycle repeats itself, all night long.


The ProSomnus Sleep Device gently holds your lower jaw forward while you are sleeping. This forward position advances your tongue and helps open your airway to reduce snoring and alleviate Obstructive Sleep Apnea symptoms

Did You Know Snoring Can Be a Symptom of Major Health Risks? If you or a loved one snores, ask one of our Sleep Health Practitioners if the ProSomnus® Sleep Devices are a good fit for you"


The good news is that one of our Sleep Health Practitioners may be able to help you. We can help you understand, screen, and treat your mild to moderate Sleep Apnea. With the use of a Sleep Apnea device, we can provide you with a comfortable and easy-to-use option for a more restful sleep.

Ask one of our Sleep Health Practitioners about ProSomnus Sleep Devices today.

Some Important Facts about Rise Sleep Health

Snoring is more than just a loud and annoying noise, it can be an indicator of a Sleep Breathing Disorder (SBD) that can be very serious. Approximately 42 million Americans have a SBD. The most common form of a SBD is Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a medical condition where your tongue and soft tissues close off your airway and stop air from entering your lungs.
  • 70% of heart attack patients have mild OSA.
  • 86% of obese type 2 Diabetic patients suffer from Sleep Apnea.
  • 43% of patients with mild OSA have Hypertension.
  • 48% of type 2 Diabetes sufferers have Sleep Apnea
  • 100k car accidents annually
  • 4x more at risk for stroke
  • Sleep Apnea can also cause memory problems, weight gain, impotence, and headaches if not treated.
  • Untreated OSA can lead to a 30% or more reduced survivability rate over the course of 20 years.
  • Drowsy driving is responsible for, at the very least, 100,000 car accidents, 40,000 injuries, and 1,550 deaths per year.
  • Approximately 38,000 deaths occur on an annual basis that relate to cardiovascular problems that in one way or another are connected to Sleep Apnea. These problems include high blood pressure, hypertension and stroke, among others.
  • Inconsistent breathing during sleep
  • Snoring
  • Hypertension
  • Depression
  • Obesity
  • Gasping, choking, or coughing during sleep
  • Extreme sleepiness throughout the day
  • Lethargic feelings
  • Morning headaches
  • Lack of interest in hobbies
  • Dry mouth and/or sore throat in the morning
  • Irregular heart beat
  • Trouble concentrating or remembering things
Prevalence similar to Asthma (20 million) and Diabetes (23.6 million of US population) blog