Snore No More Doctors, we are the CPAP alternative solution.

Snore No More Doctor - we help people sleep better

Snoring problems? With over 10 years of clinical experience, we are here to help you get rid of CPAP and sleep better.

The Snore No More Oral Appliance Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a straightforward and efficient solution. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, we digitally create a personalized set of oral appliances tailored to your needs. This ensures a comfortable wearing experience, hassle-free maintenance, convenient portability, and, above all, provides your body with the essential rest it requires.

Couple sleeping while wife is awake muffling her ears.

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder characterized by recurring episodes of partial or complete obstruction of the upper airway during sleep. It occurs when the muscles in the throat relax, leading to a narrowing or complete closure of the airway, thereby disrupting normal breathing patterns. These interruptions in breathing can cause a person to snore loudly or experience pauses in breathing, leading to a decrease in blood oxygen levels. OSA can result in fragmented sleep, daytime sleepiness, and other associated health problems, including cardiovascular issues, hypertension, and cognitive impairment. Diagnosis is typically made through sleep studies, and treatment options may include lifestyle changes, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, oral appliances, or in severe cases, surgery.

Drawing of a person with normal open airway, breathing through his nose.

Normal Breathing

Normal breathing allows air travel freely through the nose and mouth.

Drawing of a person snoring as his airway is being constricted by his tongue.

Snoring - Partial Obstruction of the airway

When the soft tissues and tongue start to relax, the airway undergoes constriction, resulting in a narrowing that leads to turbulent airflow. This turbulence causes vibrations in the surrounding tissues, ultimately leading to the occurrence of snoring.

Drawing of a person's airway is completely blocked off by falling back of his tongue.

OSA - Complete obstruction of the airway

As the soft tissue continues to relax, it can eventually lead to complete obstruction of the airway. At this point, your breathing ceases, and your body is compelled to "wake up" in order to resume breathing once again.

Drawing of a person's airway is completely blocked off by falling back of his tongue.

OSA - How does it affect us?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) has a profound impact on multiple bodily functions, significantly increasing the risk of various health complications. Some of the key effects of OSA include: 1) Heightened Risk of Heart Attack: Individuals with OSA face a four-fold increased likelihood of experiencing a heart attack due to the strain placed on the cardiovascular system during episodes of interrupted breathing.
2) Elevated Chance of Depression: OSA is associated with a 40% higher probability of developing symptoms of depression, possibly due to the disrupted sleep patterns and reduced oxygen supply to the brain.
3) Increased Likelihood of High Blood Pressure: OSA contributes to a 40% higher risk of developing high blood pressure, as the repetitive pauses in breathing during sleep trigger physiological stress responses that can disrupt normal blood pressure regulation.
4)Greater Susceptibility to Arrhythmias: OSA raises the chances of experiencing irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmias) by 60%, which can have implications for overall cardiac health and functioning.
5) Augmented Probability of Sexual Dysfunctions: Sexual dysfunctions, such as erectile dysfunction or reduced libido, are more prevalent among individuals with OSA, with an increased likelihood of around 80%.
6) Higher Propensity for Overweight: OSA is associated with a 77% chance of being overweight, potentially due to the complex interplay between disrupted sleep, hormonal imbalances, and metabolic dysregulation.
7) OSA and Stroke Association: About 90% of stroke victims have some form of OSA, indicating a strong connection between the two conditions. OSA can complicate stroke recovery and increase the risk of further cardiovascular events.
8) Greater Risk of Sleep-Related Mortality: Individuals with OSA face a twofold higher probability of dying in their sleep, underscoring the severity of untreated OSA and its potential implications for overall health and well-being.
9) Increased Vulnerability to Diabetes: OSA is linked to an increased likelihood of developing diabetes, potentially due to the negative effects of sleep disturbances on insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism.

These effects of OSA highlight the importance of early detection, proper diagnosis, and appropriate treatment to mitigate the associated risks and enhance overall health outcomes.

How do we fix this? How do we alleviate snoring and Obstructive Ssleep Apnea?
Answer is very simple...

  • Snore no more appliance size is very small, easy to carry in your pocket

    Oral Appliance Therapy

    Benefits of our Snore No More Appliance are many:

    • Easy to carry, no big luggage needed
    • Comfortable to use
    • Easy to clean
    • Looks good while wearing your OAT
    • Can be used in any sleeping position
    • Works also as a night guard
      (bruxism guard)
    • Works also as a retainer
    • FDA approved
    • 90% success in significant
      reduction of snoring
    • 100% success in improvement in AHI

  • CPAP needs a full size luggage to carry it around.

    Large Luggage needed

    in simple english

    Does it work? YES, then there's the but.
    Most common issues are:

    • Can't move
    • Can;t sleep
    • Cluster phobic
    • Need to sleep on you back
    • Loud machine noise
    • Looking like Darth Vader
    • Extra luggage to carry
    • Need proper electrical plug
    • Need extra machine to cleaning the unit
    • Need extra machine to provide needed moisture
    • Need courage to wear it without feeling embrassed

  • Inspire Sleep Implants which places electrodes in the base of your tongue

    Implant electrodes to through your neck to shock your tongue

    It is not something we will recommend at all. This procedure is very invasive.
    Why we simply don't like Inspire?

    • It's a surgery!!!
    • It is most invasive
    • Need post-surgical recovery
    • Very costly operation
    • Turns patients into lizard like (make you stick your tongue out all night long)
    • Shocks your tongue when you snore
    • Electrocution hurts and annoyming
    • Battery need to be replace in 5 or 10 years (another surgery)
    • Their bar is set to very low, an AHI less than 20 is consider a success

Our Choice is simple and non-invasive!

Drawing of a person with oral appliance therapy. His tongue is lifted off the back of his throat, therefore he is breathing easily through his nose.

Snore No More Doctor Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT)

Snore No More Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) involves the utilization of a specially designed appliance to address the issue of obstruction. This appliance works by gently repositioning your lower jaw forward, allowing for improved airflow and alleviating the obstruction that hinders normal breathing. The appliance is carefully crafted to provide a comfortable fit, ensuring that you can wear it with ease during sleep. By keeping the lower jaw in a favorable position, the appliance helps to maintain an open airway, promoting unobstructed and unhindered breathing throughout the night.

Our results are amazing!

Sleep test results showing 35.1 events per hour before OAT, and 1 event per hour using OAT

We ask for an effacacy test on every patient

Oral Appliance Therapy is highly effective in treating obstructive sleep apnea, achieving significant improvements in the severity of the condition. Through our OAT approach, we can successfully reduce the Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI) from a high value of 35.1 to a remarkable AHI of 1, providing substantial relief and restoring normal breathing patterns during sleep.

SnoreNoMoreDr by ABS service area

We service Bergen County, Hudson County, NJ and Greater New York City Areas

Currently we have office in:  

  • Fort Lee, NJ
  • Fair Lawn, NJ
  • East Hanover, NJ
  • Middletown, NJ
  • New York, NJ
  • Bayside, Queens, NY
  • Boston, MA

Reopenning soon in:

  • Mercer County, NJ
  • Middlesex County, NJ
  • Cadem County, NJ
  • Burlington County, NJ
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