SnoreDoc Review

Product details:

Type: Jaw supporting mouthpiece
Clinical studies: No
FDA cleared: No
Price: $49.99
Money back: Yes, 30 days
BBB accredited: Not Listed
Scam complaints: No

The SnoreDoc is one anti-snoring device that you don’t hear about very often, but lately it has been showing up more and more.

So what’s so special about this device? Is it right for you?

You’ll know the answers to those questions by the time you’re done reading here, but I don’t know how you’re going to feel about those answers. Let’s get to the details.

What It Does

The SnoreDoc falls into the category of jaw retaining mouthpieces. What this means is that it is meant to help you if you snore because of your jaw. This type of device gently moves your lower jaw forward to keep it from obstructing your airway.

In theory this type of device works well, but in the real world there are a lot of factors that can keep this type of solution from doing its job. In terms of quality, this mouthpiece leaves a bit to be desired compared to other devices in this category.

Proof And Credibility

One good thing about the SnoreDoc is that it has been cleared by the FDA. This kind of approval is not seen nearly enough, so it is always nice to see some other devices with it.

On the official website, the makers of this product claim to be accredited by the Better Business Bureau. However, when I checked the BBB database myself I was unable to find any records about the company behind this device.

Businesses that are accredited by the BBB always have a record with them, if only to show that the BBB knows they’re out there. Personally, I have had issues finding companies in the BBB database before, so there is a possibility that this is nothing. Either way, it’s not worth worrying about.

On a more positive note, this device comes with a 30 day money back guarantee.

Unique Features

The SnoreDoc is a very simple mouthpiece, especially when compared to other jaw retaining devices. It is a basic boil and bite one piece design. Just in case you’re wondering, that is about as simple as a mouthpiece can get.

Unfortunately, that also means that you can’t adjust it unless you want to go through the boil and bite process again, but usually that isn’t the problem.

This device also has a single air hole in the front, which is supposed to help you if you are a mouth breather. This is one of the most talked about features of the SnoreDoc and I’ll tell you why in the “Experiences” section.

You can pick up one of these devices for $49.99 and the shipping is normally free. There is also a deal on the official website that lets you buy two at a discount.

The SnoreDoc is also the only snoring solution I have ever seen that claims to reshape your mouth with continued use.

Is this possible? Yes, it is possible but this isn’t really something you want. The only changes I have ever seen a device like this make to someone’s mouth have not been positive ones.


It doesn’t look like there are too many other snorers who have given this mouthpiece a try. However, the few things I have heard were negative. For the most part the complaints were about the air hole causing a whistling noise and the mouthpiece falling out at night. Every other one piece jaw retaining device with an air hole has received the same complaints.


Overall, I can’t give you much of an opinion either way about the SnoreDoc. There really aren’t any special features that stand out, but it does seem to be a mediocre snoring solution.

It could be much better, but that job falls to the designers. If you are considering this mouthpiece, please take a few minutes to check out your other options. There are far better choices available in this category, but there really isn’t anything wrong with this one either.