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The NOA is designed according to the needs of each patient, so the doctor can customize different parts of the device and adjust its advancement through the Apneadock Online Platform.

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1. Customize the titration

Titration adjustments of the treatment are performed through the exchange of lower splints resulting in progressive mandibular advancement. The stepwise advancement depends on the sequence estimated by the doctor, after due evaluation of the patient’s protrusive capacity from the Starting Point. The range of advancement will be defined by the maximal comfortable protrusion position.
Different titration sequences are available. The doctor may choose among predefined sequences with regular degree of advancement between splints and/or define customized advancement levels attending to the needs of each patient.

2. Personalization of lateral movements

Each patient has a different range of mandibular movement. The doctor has the possibility to define a certain range of laterality, avoiding potential temporomandibular joint problems and muscular tensions.

3. Personalization of mouth opening

NOA allows the adjustment and control of mandibular opening, since excessive opening may cause the upper airway of the patient to narrow.

4. Personalization of frontal opening

The frontal sector of the device may present an opening to favor the entrance of air in occlusion. It is an optional feature that the doctor may choose to include after due assessment of the patient’s physiological and respiratory characteristics.

NOA: Product Characteristics


Frontal Cam View

1. Customized laterality according to doctor’s prescriptions.
2. Adjusted exterior surface design for comfortable cheek contact. Optimized cam height according to doctor’s prescription to control mouth-opening.
3. Optimal cam width.

Sagittal Cam View

1. Cam internal profile and contact surface design depends on:
a) Each patient anatomical characteristics
b) Each protrusion degree (splint)
2. Comfortable cheek contact surface.
3. Cam base designed for easy device removal.

Occlusal Cam View

1. Cam tilt adapted to posterior arches morphology. Cam positioning adjusted according to dental situation and protrusion degree.
2. Cam orientation depending on midline deviation at starting and protrusive/retrusive positions.
3. Maximized lingual space.

Splint Design Features:

1. Minimal required vertical dimension.
2. Occlusal plane optimization, reducing possible TMJ side effects.
- Allows possibility of oral breathing with the teeth in occlusion.
- Designed to obtain further protrusion when opening the mouth.
- Stepwise titration through interchangeable lower splints.
- Volume optimization, achieving a less invasive design.
- Individual tooth retention analysis to determine global retention degree. - Analysis of edentulous situations for retention adjustments on remaining teeth.