|Type:||Jaw supporting mouthpiece|
|Money back:||Yes, 30 days|
|Company name:||Meditas Ltd|
|Business address:||Winchester SO23 3HJ, United Kingdom|
|BBB accredited:||Not Listed|
The SleepPro mouthpiece comes in three distinct versions, standard, SFA, and custom, but this review will touch on all three. That way you don’t have to go to three separate pages to find out everything about each version. So, without further ado, let me tell you everything you need to know.
Although there are three different versions of the SleepPro mouthpiece, all of them work the same way. They are all jaw retaining devices. So, if you are a jaw snorer then there may be an option or two here for you to consider. If you do not know what is making you snore, please see the information I have about snoring tests. That is the first step to finding the snoring solution that is right for you.
There isn’t much information available on this device as far as clinical trials or anything like that, but you’ll probably like what I found about the company that makes these mouthpieces. When I checked the Better Business Bureau database for information about the makers of this device, I came up empty handed.
This business is not accredited, but they have not had any complaints filed against them either. This is definitely something that should put your mind at ease if you decide to buy from this company.
However, I want you to know that the warranties vary from one version to another. The standard, custom, and SFA mouthpieces all come with different warranties.
The SleepPro standard is just that, standard. It is your average one piece boil and bite mouthpiece. There are no adjustment features and all of the customization takes place during the boil and bite process. This is the least expensive of the three versions; it only costs $45 for a single one or $65 for two.
The SleepPro custom is also exactly what it sounds like. It is completely customized to your mouth. Here’s how it works. If you order one of these, the company sends a dental imprint kit to you. Once you have followed their directions and have a quality dental imprint, you send the kit back to them with the imprint of your teeth. From there, they make a mouthpiece from the imprint that is made to fit your mouth perfectly. This process is more involved than most other fitting processes, but it can lead to a better result as well.
The custom version of the SleepPro is the most expensive of the group and goes for $194.95. For a custom mouthpiece that isn’t a bad price, but that is still a chunk of money.
The SleepPro SFA is a bit of a cross between the standard and the custom. This mouthpiece uses the boil and bite fitting process like the standard version, and this saves you the hassle of dealing with an imprint kit like with the custom version.
However, once you mold this mouthpiece there are seven different adjustment positions so that you can customize the fit even further. This is possible because this version is made of two pieces, unlike the SleepPro standard.
As far as price goes, this one is in the middle of the group but still a bit high compared to other products on the market. It goes for $129.95.
I was disappointed when I began talking to others about SleepPro mouthpieces. You would think that since the prices are a bit on the high side that they would perform very well in the real world.
Sadly, they seem to be just as hit or miss as most other jaw retaining devices. There’s nothing wrong with that, but I was expecting better.
Overall, I have to say that SleepPro has a respectable group of mouthpieces. I’m not particularly thrilled with any of the three, but they do work for some people who try them.I feel they are a bit on the expensive side, but that all depends on your situation.
If you want to give one of the SleepPro mouthpieces a try, I have no reason to stop you. If you aren’t convinced, there are plenty of other snoring solutions to choose from.