George Gauge vs ApneaGuard Head to Head

I have been involved in the MAD business since 1993. Since that time the George Gauge bite registration has been the standard taught by all of the experts in the field. The folks at Advanced Brain Monitoring have developed a product that has improved on the George Gauge in two ways. First it reduces variability by reducing the number of steps in the process. Second the bite registration is also a 29 day trial appliance. For more information contact or click on this position paper

Following is the white paper demonstrating the performance of the device.


Comparison of Two Methods for Determining Jaw-forward Position 10-11-13

Following is the Apneaguard technique

Randy Clare

Randy Clare

Randy Clare brings to The Sleep and Respiratory Scholar more than 25 years of extensive knowledge and experience in the sleep and pulmonary function field. He has held numerous management positions throughout his career and has demonstrated a unique view of the alternate care diagnostic and therapy model. He is considered by many an expert in the use of oral appliances like Silent Nite, EMA and TAP to treat snoring and sleep apnea in the dental office. Mr. Clare's extensive sleep industry experience assists Sleepandrespiratoryscholar in providing current, relevant, data-proven information on sleep diagnostics and sleep therapies that are effective for the treatment of sleep disorders. Mr Clare is director of business development for Glidewell a dental solutions company his focus is on dental treatment for sleep disordered breathing.

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