Product Name: PureSleep
Created By: Douglas Fenton, DDS
Anti Snoring Method/Device Type: Mouthpiece
PureSleep is a well-known anti-snoring mouthpiece that has been “FDA Cleared” and claims to be the #1 Selling snoring solution in the world.
Like most anti snoring mouthpieces, it works by holding your lower jaw slightly forward while you sleep, which opens the airway in the back of the throat. This helps prevent loud snoring caused by the vibration of the surrounding soft tissue.
Available for purchase through their website or by phone, PureSleep is $9.95 for the first 30 Days. Even better is if you purchase online, they give you a second one for free. They really want people to put PureSleep to the test and see if it works for them.
If it works and you decided to keep it, after 30 days they charge you a one time fee of $59.95.
If it doesn’t work for you,its ok because they have a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee. Simply return PureSleep within the first 30 days and you will not be charged another dime.
Doesn’t seem bad to us, try it for a week or so and if it’s not for you then you have only spent $10 instead of $60. Oh, and don’t forget to post your own results at the bottom of this page so we can help others
The PureSleep device has an upper and a lower piece that you can join together in three settings, depending on your bite. After the pieces are connected, the device is boiled to soften the material so that you can mold it perfectly to your teeth in less than a minute.
This is different from the basic anti snoring mouthpieces, with the hope of making PureSleep comfortable for any size mouth.
The principle of PureSleep is simple: it moves your lower jaw forward, opening the airway enough so that air moves through unobstructed. No vibration, no snoring!
While this is their idea behind the mouthpiece, they know it doesn’t work for everyone. They even have a questionnaire that you must fill out prior to ordering Puresleep so, you don’t waste time getting a mouthpiece that is ineffective.
We messed around with it, just to see if it would decline us from purchasing, and here’s what we got:
“We’re sorry, but your responses to the health questionnaire indicate we cannot provide you with a PureSleep. Please contact your dentist or physician for further information.”
So the questionnaire isn’t just there for looks and they do care about their customers and success rate, and with 15 years of clinical practice, it may just do the trick.
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