Snore Eliminator Mouthpiece Review

Product details:

Type: Jaw supporting mouthpiece
Clinical studies: No
FDA cleared: Yes
Price: $47.00
Money back: Yes, 30 days
BBB accredited: Not Listed
Scam complaints: No

The Snore Eliminator is one of the less popular choices among snoring solutions. That’s probably because there really isn’t anything special about this mouthpiece.

However, you may be interested in it. After all, that’s why you’re here right? Let me tell you what I know.

How This Solution Works

This is another jaw retaining mouthpiece. Like any other jaw retaining device, it can help if you are a jaw snorer. Also, if you grind your teeth at night don’t forget you can kill two birds with one stone using a device like this.

This mouthpiece works by moving your jaw forward. In theory this should keep your airway open and free of obstructions. In the real world it can work so long as you get a proper fit and the device does everything it needs to.

Background and Credibility

There are several statements made on the sales page that would lead you to believe it has been through clinical trials. Whether it has or not, I can’t tell you for sure because the data is not available.

One good thing about the Snore Eliminator is that it was developed by a medical professional. Unfortunately neither he nor any company he owns has a record with the Better Business Bureau.

I haven’t really seen any complaints about dealing with this company, but making assumptions can be bad for your health.

A Unique Benefit

The interesting thing about this mouthpiece has nothing to do with how well it works, how comfortable it is, or even the price. The one thing this device has that I have not seen any other snoring solution offer is a lifetime replacement policy.

If at any time your mouthpiece is lost, stolen, or otherwise destroyed they will send you a replacement. All you have to pay is the shipping. Just in case you’re wondering, this kind of mouthpiece will wear out and need to be replaced every few months.

What to Expect

There’s nothing exceptional to report here. This device is about as complicated as an athletic mouth guard. It is just a big piece of thermoplastic with an air hole in the front.

I really don’t have much to say about this mouthpiece personally. From the looks of things most other people don’t either. This is one snoring solution that I have never seen a rave review about anywhere other than the website that sells it.

If you would decide to give this mouthpiece a go I wouldn’t count on seeing anything spectacular.


The Snore Eliminator is far from the worst mouthpiece I’ve ever reviewed. Aside from the lifetime replacements, there just isn’t anything special about this device. I can’t recommend it because there are too many other jaw retaining devices that I know work extremely well.

This mouthpiece isn’t terrible, but I have no reason to recommend it. In terms of effectiveness, comfort, and other important factors it can’t compete with the best of the best that’s out there today. I recommend exploring some other options.