The C.O.A.T. Solution
An oral device helps with obstructive sleep apnea by gently repositioning your jaw while you sleep, keeping your airway open and helping you breathe properly. Unlike CPAP it isn’t a mask that goes on the outside of your face, and it doesn’t force air into your lungs. It is also less invasive and less costly than current surgical solutions.
Continued Open Airway Treatment
Normal Airway with open and easy breathing.
Snoring Airway with intermittent obstruction halts breathing.
Obstructive Apnea Airway completely blocked, stopping breathing.
C.O.A.T. Airway using oral device pushes jaw forward to allow for easy breathing.
If you already have a diagnosis of sleep apnea and have a prescription for an oral appliance, lets get started with your device.
If you don’t have a diagnosis, but are worried you may have sleep apnea we can still help! We can help you find a doctor who can perform the necessary tests to see if you have sleep apnea.