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Sleep Deprivation - Complications (Including but not Limited to)     • Impaired Daytime Alertness and Function     • High blood pressure     • Impaired Immune System     • Morning Headaches     • Dry Mouth upon awakening     • Impaired Memory Consolidation     • Impaired Physical Performance     • Depression     • Severe Anxiety     • Impaired Executive and Cognitive Functioning     • Short term memory loss     • Intellectual and Cognitive deterioration     • Mood changes     • Shortened Lifespan     • Temperamental behavior     • Excessive Daytime Sleepiness     • Snoring     • Poor job performance     • Witnessed Apneas     • Restless Sleep     • Impotence    Health / Medical Complications of Untreated Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)     • Memory Issues - during sleep, your brain forms connections that help you process and remember new Information. Lack of sleep can negatively impact both short and long-term memory     • Mood Changes - sleep deprivation can make you moody, emotional, and quick-tempered. Chronic sleep deprivation can affect your mood and lead to anxiety or depression, which may escalate.     • Weekend Immunity - too little sleep weakens your Immune system's defenses against viruses like those that cause the common cold and flu. You're more likely to get sick when you're exposed to those germs     • Trouble with Thinking and Concentrating - Your concentration, creativity, and problem-solving skills aren't up to par when you don't get enough rest.     • Accidents - being drowsy during the day can Increase your risk for car and work accidents and injuries     • Poor Balance - lack of sleep can also affect your balance and coordination, making you more prone to falls and other physical accidents.     • Risk of Diabetes - lack of sleep affects your body's release of insulin. People who don't get enough sleep have higher blood glucose levels and an increased risk of type 2 diabetes     • High Blood Pressure - If you sleep less than five hours a night, your risk for high blood pressure.     • Weight Gain - with sleep deprivation, the chemicals that signal to your brain that you are full. As a result, you're more likely to overindulge even when you've had enough to eat     • Low Sex Drive - people who don't get enough sleep often have lower libido. In men, this decrease in sex drive may be due to a drop in testosterone levels.     • Risk of Heart Disease - Sleep deprivation may lead to increased blood pressure and higher levels of chemicals linked to inflammation, both of which play roles in heart disease. Read More

How well are you sleeping?

Do you doze off or fall asleep while sitting and reading?    Do you doze off or fall asleep while watching television?     Do you doze off or fall asleep while sitting in a public place (theater/meeting)?    Do you doze off or fall asleep while a passenger in a car for an hour without a break?    Do you doze off or fall asleep while lying down to rest in the afternoon?    Do you doze off or fall asleep while sitting and talking to someone?     Do you doze off or fall asleep while sitting quietly after lunch?    Do you doze off or fall asleep in a car, while stopped in traffic?    Do you doze off or fall asleep while?    Is your motivation lower when you are fatigued?   Does Exercising cause fatigue?   Are you easily fatigued?   Does fatigue interfere with your physical functioning?    Does fatigue cause frequent problems?   Does fatigue prevent sustained physical functioning?    Does fatigue interfere with carrying out certain duties and responsibilities?   Is fatigue among your most disabling symptoms?   Does fatigue interfere with your work, family, or social life?   
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We are very excited to announce our partnership with SomnoMed, a global leader in Oral Appliance Therapy for treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Snoring. SomnoMed’s products calibrated and manufactured to MAD-FIT bite, help dental professionals achieve the clinical efficacy they expect and deliver effective, cutting-edge oral appliance therapy options for their patients.
MAD-FITTM is a major scientific breakthrough in Sleep Apnea treatment
It is a predictive algorithm that determines the ideal and most comfortable jaw position for an oral appliance designed for effective airway management of OSA in a single patient visit. We named the algorithm "MAD-FITTM" to provide the perfect fit and position for a Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) from the very first use. Our method uses advanced analytics and clinically relevant data to engineer the three-dimensional positioning of the jaw for an oral appliance. A patient’s breathing is improved from the very first time they wear a MAD-FITTM titrated appliance.

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How it works


Multidimensional analysis of thousands of data-points from comprehensive clinical, radiologic, and polysomnographic evaluation of the patients resulted in the engineering of the MAD-FITTM predictive algorithm.


It allows the dentist to determine the optimal titration point, bypassing the highly subjective and unscientific trial and error titration method.


This prevents the tongue from falling back and blocking the throat and distracts it away from the roof of the mouth to achieve maximum effective passive breathing, thereby reducing the sleep apnea index.