Once you have narrowed your choice down to two excellent mandibular advancement devices, all you need is a fresh, objective look at both of them in order to know for certain which one of them is the right choice for you. We have made this SnoreMedic VS SnoreRx comparison for that purpose. See how well these devices satisfy our criteria and which one of them we believe is the more reliable and effective snoring aid.
- Great effectiveness
- Quick fitting process
- Easy to use and clean
- Durable and affordable
- Improved comfort
- Flex Jaw feature
- Unique dial system
- Easy to wear
- Jaw fatigue:
- Sore gums;
- Nasal Snorers;
- Individuals with sleep apnea (as an alternative to CPAP therapy).
- Excessive salivation;
- Teeth and gum soreness;
- Temporomandibular joint soreness;
- Minor tooth movement;
- Minor change in dental occlusion;
- Slight obstruction of oral breathing.
- Nasal snorers;
- Snorers with sleep apnea (as an alternative to CPAP therapy);
- Individuals under 18 years of age;
- Individuals who suffer from TMD;
- Individuals with respiratory illnesses;
- Individuals with loose teeth;
- Snorers who suffer from periodontal disease;
- Snorers who wear braces or dentures;
- Snorers who have implants/crowns/caps (without a dentist’s approval).
Compare User Reviews
- Submitted By Gerald Hogan on 05/23/2018The mouthpiece itself works fine and it has definitely helped me whether through the allergy season. However, I'm pretty disappointed with the user support. They'll get you your answer eventually, but it took them way too much time.
- Submitted By Alexander Tran on 02/12/2018For a piece of rubber, it did wonders for my snoring problem. It took a couple of nights to get used to it since hey, you have a piece of rubber in your mouth. The bite-and-boil fitting went without a hitch and a device felt custom-made right from the get go. I know this sounds silly, but I noticed that I could dream again on the very first night I started using it. I no longer wake up during the night with my heart feeling like it's about to jump out of my chest. The only thing I would add is a bit more vertical opening and a slightly bigger air hole, but I can't complain with the way things are right now.
- Submitted By Amanda Lewis on 09/15/2017Not too comfortable but it works.
- Submitted By Richard Adams on 08/22/2017It seems that I haven't molded it right, because my teeth hurt like hell. Too bad, because I did stop snoring.
- Submitted By Gabriel Alvarado on 04/04/2018I really like the range of motion Snorerx gives me since it doesn't feel so constrictive like my jaws are plastered shot or something. I can also breathe through my mouth which is a great help since my nose is downright useless and I can adjust the device to fit my jaw perfectly. It feels like it was custom made just for me and most importantly it allowed me to have a proper night's rest for once.
- Submitted By Wayne Fitzgerald on 01/21/2018Let's get one thing straight, Snorerx will feel weird in the beginning no matter what you do. This was my first device of its kind and it felt like I was sleeping with a piece of plastic in my mouth, which was exactly what was happening. I got used to it in about a week or so and let me tell you, I never look back. The device has improved the posture of my jaw and keeps my tongue in check all night long preventing it from causing any troubles and making me snore. I think my wife will celebrate the day I bought this thingy has a new national holiday :)
- Submitted By Mark Fletcher on 09/28/2017This thing absolutely works. I've been using mine for three months now and I went from snoring like a freight train to total silence. I do really hate one thing about it though: the jaw adjuster self adjusts! I will wake up in the middle of the night and find that it has fallen out because somehow the adjuster will move and it no longer fits in my mouth. I wish I could glue it in place. I wish even more that SnoreRx would make a version that was fixed, no adjustment. There is another product that has that "feature" but it is not nearly as thick as the SnoreRx so it won't stay in at all.
- Submitted By Edward Mills on 04/15/2017Molding this thing was such a punishment but it actually works. I feel like a Marvel villain or something wearing it :D
SnoreRx is an oral anti-snoring device that supposedly stops snoring for good. Does this mouthpiece live up to the hype? Find out in our unbiased SnoreRx review!