Health Professionals

As a doctor, dentist or health care professional you may see patients with sleep related health complaints, or concerns associated with the social issues of problem snoring.

A diagnosis of Sleep Disordered Breathing, be it snoring or Sleep Apnoea, offers a limited number of therapies to help your patient. Mild cases are often left untreated as CPAP, implants or surgery are expensive and invasive.

The aveoTSD has been designed and priced to provide a solution for all patients with diagnosed Sleep Disordered Breathing – and works in conjunction with other treatments.

Several Clinical trials and published studies prove the efficacy of the aveoTSD, and new ones are currently being undertaken. Click here for published studies.

The aveoTSD is simple to fit and to coach patients to ensure efficacy and compliance. Compliance is high once users judge the improvement in their sleep and health.

Documentation is available online.

The aveoTSD can take up to 7 nights to achieve compliance and efficacy. Side effects may include: excessive salivation, dry mouth, and sensitive tongue. All of these are usually resolved with continued use. Any serious discomfort may be due to incorrect fitting and use.


As proven by clinical trials, mild to moderate Sleep Apnoea and problem snoring can be treated effectively with the aveoTSD

Surgery or dental implants are not always 100% effective or tolerated by many sufferers of Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) – the aveoTSD can be used as an effective alternative, or in conjunction with major intervention options.

Although considered a ‘gold standard’ treatment, many patients find CPAP a problem to use and invasive, resulting in low compliance – the aveoTSD can offer more compliance, and in some cases used as a combination therapy.

Before prescribing expensive devices or invasive treatments discuss with your patient the aveoTSD as an option. It will likely help open the airway sufficiently during sleep, providing the necessary therapy to solve the problem.

Registered in US & Canada as a Medical Device:
FDA: 510 (k) Number – K993381
Health Canada: Class 1 Medical Device – Establishment License 2471