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How It Works

The Airflow Mouthpiece gently props your jaw forward to keep your airway clear so that you can breathe peacefully while you sleep.

How To Use

The Airflow Mouthpiece uses the 'boil and bite' method to create a custom impression of the teeth for a personalized fit.

Step 1: Heat Water

Heat up water to almost boiling in a container big enough to submerge the entire mouthpiece.

Step 2: Immerse In Hot Water

Use a kitchen utensil and fully immerse the mouthpiece for 40 seconds. Then take it out, let it cool for 15 seconds.

Step 3: Personalize The Fit

Finally, bite down firmly on the mouthpiece for 15 seconds to create your personalized fit.

How To Adjust

1. Hold the mouthpiece with both hands, placing your thumbs on the top tray and your other fingers underneath to secure a firm grip.

2. Push both sides of top tray forward to the desired setting. The adjustment will lock into place when you release your fingers.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect using the AirFlow Mouthpiece?

It’s normal to experience a bit of jaw soreness or drooling. Moving your jaw forward is like training your muscle, adjustment takes time. Most people adjust within 2 days to 2 weeks. With time everything gets better and you’ll see results.

What should I set my mouthpiece adjustment setting to the first few nights?

We recommend, starting at the one-millimeter setting to get your body used to it.

What can I do to assist with jaw discomfort as I’m getting used to the mouthpiece?

Increase usage slowly, starting with 10-20 minutes at a time. It’s also alright to take a few days of rest. Just remember to stay positive and stay consistent.

How should I adjust the mouthpiece?

The AirFlow Mouthpiece adjusts in one-millimeter increments, up to ten millimeters. We suggest starting at the one-millimeter setting on your first night. If you don't feel results after 3-5 days, increase by one millimeter. Continue this pattern if needed.

How long does the AirFlow Mouthpiece last?

With proper care, our mouthpiece lasts around 3 years, but for maximum comfort and results, we suggest replacing it every 6-12 months.

Can I remold the mouthpiece? 

You can remold your mouthpiece up to 3 times.


  • Stop using if you’re experiencing severe jaw pain.
  • Start at one millimeter increment on your first night.
  • Potential side effects includes: minor jaw soreness, drooling, & dry mouth. They’ll fade overtime.
  • Consult a healthcare professional if you have a medical condition or TMD, as the AirFlow Mouthpiece can either alleviate or worsen TMJ symptoms, depending on the case.


The AirFlow Mouthpiece is not recommended for individuals with central sleep apnea, those under 18, severe tempor mandibular disorder (TMD), respiratory issues, loose teeth, abscesses, severe gum disease, advanced periodontal disease, dentures, braces, or other dental appliances, or dental implants, crowns, or bridges, unless approved by their dentist.

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