When should one refrain from using an anti-snoring mouth guard? Are there risk factors that speak against the use of an anti-snoring mouth guard?
An anti-snoring mouth guard can only help with preventing open-mouth snoring. An anti-snoring mouth guard will not be of help to those who snore with their mouths closed.
- Furthermore, an anti-snoring mouth guard may, under certain circumstances, not be suitable for you – i.e., if you wear braces or dental prostheses in your mouth or jaw area,
- if you generally have issues with nasal breathing,
- or if you suffer from acute inflammation or injuries to your mouth or dentition.
In these cases, consult your dentist or ENT doctor or contact us before making a purchase.