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Somnowell Retainer

Retainer facts

  • Teeth move throughout life, in response to many different forces
  • Biting forces are a contributing factor, as are movements in the face and mouth
  • As soon as you stop wearing a retainer your teeth will move

What is a Retainer?

After lengthy and costly orthodontic treatment, or restorative work, teeth retainers are provided to hold the newly adjusted teeth in position. Retainers are worn at night on a regular basis for as long as the wearer wishes to keep the teeth in position.

Somnowell Retainer

Until now there has been no satisfactory long term solution for retaining teeth after braces. The use of chrome cobalt allows the Somnowell retainers to be very thin and yet extremely strong. They do not suffer from wear or tear within the oral environment and are resistant to bacteria, enabling you to retain your beautiful smile for decades.

Snoring treatment

At least 30% of adults snore. Snoring can be a major factor in sleep disturbance and the stress that can result from it.

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What is Sleep Apnoea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is triggered by an increase in weight or a reduction in muscle tone.

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Teeth grinding

Bruxism is a habit individuals develop related to chewing, it is controlled by the subconscious processes active during sleep.

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Temperomandibular Joint Disorder

Temperomandibular Joint Disorder  (TMJ) covers a range of conditions affecting the jaw joints and chewing muscles.

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