SnoreRx – Snoring Mouthpiece Review & Comparison

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SnoreRx is one of the many snoring mouthpieces on the market and with so many options out there it may be difficult to choose the right one. But this particular device offers features that other devices lack, making it stand out of the crowd.

SnoreRx is a “boil and bite” mandibular advancement device (MAD). The purpose of a MAD is to hold the jaw forward during sleep to prevent obstruction of the airway so air can move in and out quietly.

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How does SnoreRx work? 

When we sleep, muscles in the throat relax, causing tissue to collapse into the airway. Air that usually moves freely and quietly through the airway becomes obstructed and causes vibrations of the tissue, which makes the snoring sound.

Mandibular advancement devices, such as SnoreRx, lift the jaw forward to prevent tissue collapse in the airway and keep air moving quietly.

Receiving the snoring device 

SnoreRx comes packaged with a case for storage and step-by-step instructions to customize the fit.

A timer, cup, bowl of cold tap water, spatula or tongs, and microwave are needed to boil and fit the device. It helps to read the instructions through before beginning since timing is important, and also have the materials out and ready.

Before fitting, make sure the device is set at its 3 mm factory setting, and then bring the cup of water to a boil. Insert the device for 90 seconds before removing and place into the cold tap water for a couple seconds to cool it down. To make the impression, firmly bite down on the device for 30 seconds and place in the cold tap water for 60 seconds for the impression to set in. Teeth marks should be seen on the device but if they are not, this step can be repeated up to three times.

Wearing SnoreRx 

Since the device is custom-fitted, it cannot be shared with another user. Initially, it should be worn at the factory setting of 3 mm, but can be easily adjusted if needed.

It can take some time for the mouth to get used to wearing the device and drooling and dry mouth may occur during this time. Tenderness of gums and mouth may also occur for some people. The manufacturer recommends starting by only wearing the device 1-3 hours for the first couple of days to lessen these side effects until the mouth acclimates to it.

How does SnoreRx differ from other mandibular advancement devices?

Ability to make adjustments

SnoreRx is a “boil and bite” device. This feature makes the device custom-fitted to hold the mouth comfortably in place throughout the night. Although there are other boil and bite devices out there, some of them do not offer the chance to refit after the first attempt and need to be done carefully the first time. SnoreRx can be refitted up to three times to create the best impression of the device.

What also makes SnoreRx different from other devices is the ability to adjust the jaw in 1-millimeter increments. Currently, there is no other MAD with this feature. Some devices are one-size-fits-all and do not have the ability to make lower jaw adjustments.

SnoreRx is also able to be easily readjusted and clearly shows the number it’s set at, along with a reference point.


According to the manufacturer’s website, SnoreRx can last 11-15 months. This is longer than the lifespan of most of the other MADs on the market.

Cost of SnoreRx

The price for a SnoreRx device is $129 with a current online price of $99. There seems to be a broad price range on mandibular devices ranging from $39.99 all the way up to $200 with SnoreRx somewhere in the middle. Although it’s a little more pricey than some of the other devices, the lifespan can make up for the price difference. Many of the less-expensive options need to be replaced sooner than SnoreRx.

Currently, two devices can be purchased online for $154 which seems to be a good deal.

Material and comfort

SnoreRx is soft and comfortable, made with medical grade materials and no metal or anything else that creates torsion.

Other features of the SnoreRx snoring mouthpiece

  • SnoreRx is cleared by the FDA and all pieces of the device are hypoallergenic
  • The device is safe according to the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and is not a choking hazard; it has no small pieces and is too large to be swallowed.
  • The front of the device is open so air can freely move in and out for mouth breathers.
  • The setting is locked in so it will not move out of place. Some other adjustable devices can slide out of place. Although it is locked, it can easily be adjusted if needed.
  • Made in the USA
  • SnoreRx is guaranteed and will offer a full refund (minus the price of shipping) if the device is returned within 30 days

Order the SnoreRX HERE

Cleaning and storing this snoring device

The manufacture of SnoreRx recommends daily cleaning. Cleaning is done easily with a toothbrush and toothpaste, and it’s recommended to use a denture solution once every one or two weeks. Let it air dry completely and store it in the case that comes along with it.

SnoreRx should not be used if you have:

  • braces, retainers, or recent dental implants (within the last year)
  • gum disease or loose teeth
  • a history of TMD (temporomandibular disorder)
  • central sleep apnea
  • COPD or other respiratory diseases

SnoreRx is not an alternative treatment to CPAP machines and masks and does not treat sleep apnea.

Is SnoreRx the best option for you? 

SnoreRx is not one-size-fits-all due to its adjustment features and custom fit, so it could be the MAD choice for you, as long as you don’t have any contraindications mentioned above. Wearing it through the night has shown to result in better sleep and less daytime sleepiness.

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12 thoughts on “SnoreRx – Snoring Mouthpiece Review & Comparison

  1. Kurt Teitscheid Reply

    This is way too big. And I’m a big guy. My mouth is jacked open at night.

  2. Connie Fix Reply

    I had one years ago and it was a smaller size, you had a choice on what size you preferred. I have tried the size you are offering now but it is too large for my mouth.
    Did you stop making the smaller size?

  3. Larry Teer Reply

    I need a refund for my snorerx. I thought it we was to help people with sleep apnea. I have it severely. And cops. I haven’t even opened the box. Where do I send it back. So I can be refunded. Thank you sincerely.

  4. Jerry Reply

    The guard has been great! It took a few nights of use to get use to it, but once I was I slept great and so did my wife. The only problem was it only lasted about 4 weeks before the gummy rubber material, that mold to your teeth, became detached from the hard plastic. Its hardly lasted 30 days and I dont plan on spending$70 a month for a product that will keep falling apart. Unless they have a newer version to try, I think I’ll shop around to find something longer lasting. Again though, for the 4 weeks, it did work well.

  5. Gary Brooks Reply

    While this device did work for me, I have two warnings for anyone thinking of buying and using it. First, the device is too big. It caused TMJ pain for a full day after use (and I could not fully close my mouth for several hours). Second, SnoreRx will not honor the guarantee if you do not buy directly from them.

  6. Elizabeth Lyon Reply

    This device has lasted longer than a year for me, probably 14 months, and it’s still usable. I did however just purchase a new one. I wear it 4-5 nights/week and keep it very clean — baking soda and water paste to brush it and sometimes just hydrogen peroxide in hot water for several minutes. No two people are alike, and if you are a heavy teeth grinder, which I’m not, I could see wearing it out much quicker. It IS NOT a custom-made dental appliance, which I’ve had previously at great expense, but for the price, it does the job well enough.

  7. Mary King Reply

    Can I wear SnoreRX if I have a permanent retainer behind my lower teeth. Does this device also help with teeth grinding?

  8. Darrel Reply

    You say 11-12 months but I get 3-5 months out of it. The devise falls apart and I keep it clean. I have spent hundreds with you and think I need to try your competition. So disapointed after all the support I’ve given SnoreRX

  9. Connie Hubbard Reply

    I’ve used Snorerx off and on for a few months now. It certainly stops my snoring, but there are so many sharp edges to it I will have to stop using it. This is very disappointing because my husband is happy that I don’t snore with while using it. It is also too big for my mouth. The surfaces are rough.

  10. Michael G Williams Reply

    I need a greater advancement than 6mm. Is there another device that allows larger advancement?

  11. Sleeperest Reply

    To custom fit the device, the manufacturer’s website recommends inserting the device in the boiling water for 60 seconds, not 90. They have a video that says that any more than 60 seconds may actually damage the device.

    Their site also states that device last between 9-11 months, not the 11-15 months you have posted here.

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