Anti-snoring gel

Great news for dental professionals and their patients. Involuntary mouth breathing during sleep can now be safely controlled with a new innovation to help patients prevent snoring and mild sleep apnea and reduce the incidence of dry mouth, halitosis, sinus and nasal congestion, excessive salivation with dental appliances and mouth venting during CPAP therapy.

Visit www.sleepqplus.com for more.

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