The role of the nose

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  Posted by: Dental Design      21st June 2024

Nasal breathing can be difficult for some patients, particularly if they suffer from congestion or allergies. When this happens, patients are more likely to mouth breathe during sleep. For patients with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), this can make CPAP treatment difficult.

If your patients are unable to tolerate CPAP treatment, it’s important to be able to offer them a solution which opens their airways. O2Vent® is customised to fit each patient’s unique anatomy. Its innovative design enables air to travel through the device to the back of the throat, avoiding obstructions in the nose and mouth. While the unique ExVent valve creates a positive pressure in the airway, ensuring that it remains open through the night.

To find out more about O2Vent®, please visit the website and get in touch.

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