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    O2VentTM T
    A brand new way to treat snoring
    and obstructive sleep apnea.
    Providing relief to people with obstructive sleep apnea
    who suffer from nasal obstruction.
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    Stop snoring.
    Treat your sleep-disorder.
    The O2VentTM T is an oral appliance intended to reduce or alleviate
    snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

The new O2VentTM T has a unique design with four key features.

1

Airway

The O2VentTM T has an airway about the size of a healthy nostril incorporated into it. The air enters the airway and is delivered to the back of the oral cavity so patients can breathe through the device while maintaining an oral seal.

2

Streamlined

The O2VentTM T device walls are only 0.3mm thick. This allows an airway to be built in to the streamlined device that is less than 5mm thick as it passes between the teeth.

3

Lightweight

The O2VentTM T is manufactured from medical grade titanium and lightweight dental polymer. It weighs only 35 grams (1.23 oz).

4

Comfortable

The O2VentTM T is lined with a soft medical grade dental polymer to maximize patient comfort. There is also no bulk on the tongue side of the device.

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About Oventus

Oventus is an Australian-based medical device company established in 2012.

In 2013, Oventus collaborated with Australia’s national science agency – the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) – to develop an innovative, customized mouthguard that is changing the lives of people who snore or have obstructive sleep apnea.

Bringing the technology to the U.S, Oventus aims to become a world leader in sleep-disordered breathing treatment by commercializing a suite of revolutionary oral appliances that provide increased airflow.

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The O2VentTM T is a new, custom-made, comfortable oral device that is assisting patients by stopping or significantly reducing snoring in 82 per cent of patients* and is treating people with obstructive sleep apnea including people with nasal obstruction. The device is designed to direct the flow of air through to the back of the throat, bypassing nasal and soft palate obstructions and preventing tongue obstruction.

DID YOU KNOW?

40%

of adults snore regularly1

80m

an estimated 80 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders and more than half of these have sleep apnea2

34%

of American males and 17% of females between 30-70 years suffer from OSA3

References
1 - Ohayon MM et al. Snoring and breathing pauses during sleep: telephone interview survey of a United Kingdom population sample. BMJ. 1997;314:860-3.
2 - Deloitt e Access Economics. Reawakening Australia: the economic cost of sleep disorders in Australia, 2010. Canberra, Australia.
3 - Peppard PE, Young T, Barnet JH. Palta M, Hagen EW, Hla KM. Increased prevalence of sleepdisordered breathing in adults. American journal of edpidemiology 2013;177:1006-14.

Are you at risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

  • Have you been told that you snore?
  • Do you often wake up tired or unrefreshed?
  • Do you suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness?
  • Do you wake up choking or gasping for air?
  • Do you have trouble with concentration/memory?

IF YOU ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS, YOU MAY BE AT RISK!

CALL NOW ON 844-780-5957 to discuss your suitability for the O2VentTM T and to make an appointment with a Dentist. Or register at www.oventusmedical.com and we will guide you through the process.

CLINICAL RESULTS WITH O2VentTM T*

of patients experienced significant improvement in snoring using O2VentTM T

of patients experienced complete elimination of snoring using O2VentTM T

of patients decreased their Apnea-Hypopnea Index by more than 50%

* Oventus Clinical Trial Report ANZCTR Registration number: ACTRN12615000028505 (O2Vent™ Mono Device)s

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a general term for breathing difficulties that occur during sleep, ranging from frequent loud snoring to obstructive sleep apnea. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a condition where the air passage in the throat becomes blocked during sleep and causes people to stop breathing. Severe sufferers experience hundreds of blockages per night.


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