Design characteristics of the myOSA MBV

  1. 4 large breathing holes - effectively regulate breathing for mouth breathers.

  2. Tongue tag, tongue guard and elevators – trains the tongue to sit in the correct position in the upper jaw.

  3. Extended lip bumper, high sides and Air spring core - discourages overctive lip function and encourages nasal breathing with added comfort.

How the myOSA MBV works


When in place the MyOSA® will open the airway
and control over-breathing through the mouth. The MyOSA®s flexible sides with airspring base minimize impact on the jaw joints. The appliance is suitable for users who are bruxers or suffer from TMJ/D.

Directions for use:

myOSA Instructions

Step 1 – Hold the MyOSA® with the tongue tag facing up.

Step 2 – Place the MyOSA® into your mouth.

Step 3 – Keep your tongue positioned on the tongue tag.

Step 4 – Close down on the MyOSA® and feel it working to align your front teeth and jaws.

Step 5 – Keep your lips together and breathe through your nose.

Cleaning the MyOSA®

Clean your myOSA® appliance under warm running water every time you remove it from your mouth. Use Myoclean tablets to correctly clean twice every week. Ask your doctor or dental therapist about Myoclean, the recommended cleaning agent for all myOSA® appliances.

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Appliance use

Designed For

  • For those who suffer Sleep Disorder Breathing (SDB) which causes
  • Snoring
  • Gasping
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)