Breathe New Life

Get relief from obstructive sleep apnea!*

Without CPAP
Without surgical implants*

*Applies only to mild-to-moderate OSA

Breathe better. Sleep better. Feel better.

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The Vivos Method

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Real Stories. Real Lives.

Find out more about how multidisciplinary healthcare teams are transforming lives with The Vivos Method.

As an OSA patient, you may be facing a lifetime of nightly CPAP or oral appliance use.

Vivos offers new hope.

Noninvasive procedure

Highly effective

Limited treatment time

Unlike virtually every other nonsurgical treatment for OSA which require nightly lifetime intervention, studies show that patients undergoing treatment with Vivos doctors have an average treatment time of 18 months.

Our treatment employs a multidisciplinary protocol that uses noninvasive, cost-effective oral appliance technology prescribed by trained dentists and medical professionals to treat dentofacial abnormalities and/or mild-to-moderate OSA and snoring. This revolutionary treatment is called The Vivos Method.

Your breathing and sleep challenges may not be what you think.

Studies have shown that in up to 98 percent of patients with OSA, the sleep disorder is caused by abnormal anatomical features—most notably, an underdeveloped mouth and jaw.

While an underdeveloped jaw may seem like an inconsequential cosmetic issue, the truth is that it could be the root cause of OSA, a serious sleep disorder that is associated with a number of chronic, life-threatening health concerns.

Better Breathing,

Deeper Sleep

Improper development of the jaws and oral cavity can lead to an undersized airway where the tongue is more prone to fall into the back of the throat, causing the airway to collapse—especially at night. By reshaping and expanding the oral cavity, your airway may also expand, allowing you to both breathe and sleep more deeply.

Just take a look at this example of an adult male patient’s airway before and after Vivos treatment.

Individual results may vary.
Example courtesy of Dr. Tara Griffin
Emerald Coast Dental

Let’s break it down.

A Developmental Approach to OSA and Human Health

Where it may begin . . ..

Underdeveloped Mouth and Jaws

  • Underdeveloped
    upper jaw
  • Underdeveloped
    lower jaw
  • Nasal dysfunction and structural anomalies
  • Tongue-tie

Which may often lead to . . .

Nasal and Dental Abnormalities

  • Narrow palatal
    dental arch
  • Crowded/crooked teeth
  • Teeth grinding
  • Crossbite
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Bony growths
    in oral cavity
  • Nasal resistance
    and obstruction
  • Swollen tonsils/adenoids
  • Dry mouth
  • Improper tongue position

Which may often result in . . .

Breathing and Sleep Disorders

  • Mouth breathing
  • Obstructive sleep
    apnea (OSA)
  • Upper airway
    resistance syndrome

Which may often lead to . . .

Many Debilitating and Chronic Comorbities

such as the following:

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Hypertension
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Bedwetting
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Excessive drowsiness
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Pain
  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
*Individual results may vary. Clinical studies with Vivos devices have shown that 12.5–25% of patients may continue wearing a CPAP device. All content found on the vivos.com website—including text, images, audio, or other formats—is created for informational purposes only. The content of this website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified health provider for any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. Nothing contained in this website infers or creates a warranty, promise, or guarantee of any kind with respect to the clinical outcome or result from treatment using the Vivos technology. The use of the Vivos technologies by any patient must always occur under the direction and supervision of a qualified, trained, and licensed dentist, physician, or other qualified health provider working in close collaboration with qualified medical personnel.