Respire Blue EF+

Redesigned Wings for Extra Comfort
Endurance Framework (EF) is an innovative, patented design made of chrome, significantly thinner yet durable, making it suitable especially for people who have larger tongues. Its recent redesign achieves 12.5% smaller device size* to provide the greater overall comfort for the patient.
Respire Blue EF+ is a trademark of Respire Medical. *From in-house test results of lower arch volume of standard acrylic device, comparing to its previous design

New Wing Design with 12.5% Volume Reduction

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Features & Benefits: Respire Blue EF+

4-Wing Design

Respire Blue+ has a 4-Wing design with 2 adjustable and 2 fixed wings.
The additional support helps balance the forces on the device during lateral movements.

Shorter, Narrower, and Straighter Lower Wings

Shorter wings help with an easier insertion and removal of the device. Narrow lower wings help the wings stay away from the lip area for more comfort.
An 80 degree angle of new wings holds the jaw in an optimal position to maintain an open airway while sleeping in different positions.

Reduced Lingual Coverage & Anterior Teeth for Maximum Tongue Space

One factor in oral appliance discomfort is when the product presses against the patient’s lips. Respire Blue EF+’s chrome-made framework is thinner to create more space for the tongue and provides extra comfort for patients who need it. It provides them a more comfortable wearing experience.

A Closer Look at Respire Blue EF+

Respire Blue EF
  • 6 mm maximum advancement
  • Option to add elastic hooks and anterior discluding ramp
  • Additional support with the 4-wing design
  • 3-Year manufacturer’s warranty

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This information is meant solely as a human interest story and is not meant to constitute medical advice. These results are not necessarily typical, indicative, or representative of all users. As with any medical device, there are factors affecting performance, which ultimately result in variable outcomes. These factors include, but are not limited to, preexisting health conditions, and adherence to instructions. Due to these variables, it is not possible to predict specific results or patient satisfaction.