bluewave500 wrote:hpap or oral appliances?
CPAP is the gold standard for treatment of sleep apnea. Your first action should be to optimize your CPAP therapy. To start this process, register in the forum, fill out your equipment profile ( https://www.cpaptalk.com/ucp.php?i=prof ... pment_info
) and post again in this thread to get a good dialogue started.
bluewave500 wrote:straps, which really bug me
There are many experienced forum members who can help with making mask and headgear more comfortable. They know lots of tricks or fixes.
bluewave500 wrote:And wonder if people who choose oral appliances or HPAP therapy, move on and do not post here?
Gramps and I each spent $1700 on custom-made mandibular advancement devics (MADs). We each had the same results - ineffective, extremely uncomfortable and now, languishing in a drawer.
bluewave500 wrote:the HPAP is a oral devie with cpap cpnnected, no straps
Do you think something in your mouth will be more comfortable than straps on your head?