The Vivos System®
Treat the Root Cause of Sleep Apnea, Not Just The Symptoms.
PAP therapy is currently a common treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). It uses a CPAP machine to pump air into the lungs so that the windpipe is kept open during sleep. While PAP therapy is an effective way to address the symptoms of (OSA), it does not correct the anatomical abnormalities that cause OSA. Patients often find the CPAP machine uncomfortable to sleep in as well.
The Vivos System is a medically advanced, non-surgical treatment that corrects those abnormalities using a custom biomimetic medical device. The device is to be worn over a period of time, the length of which is determined by your doctor. The vast majority of The Vivos System patients do not require additional treatment for OSA upon successful completion of their treatment plan. The Vivos System allows for a lifetime of easy breathing without the use of a machine.
What is the Vivos System?
The Vivos System is a medically advanced treatment for mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea, snoring, and sleep-disordered breathing in adults.
Additionally, Vivos has designed a series of Class I medical devices for tooth positioning and palatal expansion for pediatric patients.
Vivos provides a painless, non-surgical, and non-pharmaceutical course of treatment.
How Vivos Works
Vivos is a nonsurgical method for correcting maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrognathia. It uses a daytime-nighttime appliance (DNA) system to apply gentle pressure to the palate, gradually expanding it to correct position. It may also involve the use of a mandibular repositioning-nighttime appliance (mRNA), the purpose of which is to train the lower jaw to rest in its proper position.
Together, the DNA and mRNA remodel and/or reposition the jawbone so that it no longer has any effect on the upper airway. After you finish your treatment with the Vivos system, you should be able to sleep soundly every night without the use of a CPAP machine.
Benefits of Vivos System
The Vivos system offers numerous benefits, including:
Life After Treatment
Vivos Pediatric Appliance
Many children suffer from underdeveloped upper and lower jaws. Signs of underdeveloped mouth and jaws are:
The most important growth stages for the upper and lower jaw occur during childhood. Early intervention, diagnosis and treatment may drastically improve a child’s overall health and wellness.
The VIVOS system is easy to wear, it’s a removable appliance that is worn in the evening and during sleep. The appliance is measured to fit the mouth and help the upper and lower jaw grow correctly. The appliance encourages nasal breathing.
Continuous nasal breathing in children will improve breathing during sleep dramatically. The appliance positions the jaws in a way that the upper and lower jaw should articulate, it allows the body to know where the bones should be growing. The VIVOS system may be able to prevent the need for braces for many children.
John Myers, DDS
Sleep Doctor, Certified for VIVOS System
Frequently Asked Questions
If you live with obstructive sleep apnea, you can leave your CPAP behind by choosing Vivos. This elite system is unlike any other because it can provide permanent results. Although you’re ready to sleep soundly, we know you have a few concerns before you’re ready to commit to the treatment. Our Vivos Doctors will explain everything during your initial consultation. While you wait for your appointment, here are the answers to a few of the most common questions patients ask us.
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