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Oral appliance therapy (OAT) physically opens the airway by repositioning and strengthening the structures that form the airway so that the individual can breathe in a normal manner.
Oral appliances are similar to orthodontic retainers and mouth guards but they are specifically designed to prevent the collapse of the airway during sleep by repositioning and stabilizing the mandible (lower jaw), the jaw muscles, the tongue, soft palate and/or uvula.

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