Respire Pink EF Micro
Extra Tongue Space with Shorter Hinge Arms
Mix of our innovation, significantly thinner Endurance Framework (EF) and approximately 20 % shorter adjustment arms than standard arms. Respire Pink EF Micro is suitable especially for people who have larger tongues, smaller mouths and experience bruxism at night.
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Features & Benefits: Respire Pink EF Micro
Made with Chrome for Durability and Maximum Tongue Space
The Endurance Framework (EF) offers durability, despite being one of the thinnest lingual coverage products available. EF creates more space for the tongue and provides extra comfort for patients who need it.
20% Shorter hinge
Shorter adjustment arms increase the device’s compactibility and wearing comfort while minimizing the contact of the hinge to the lip area.
Unique 3 + 3 mm titration
The shorter hinge provides 3mm advancement on its own, but the hinge can be moved to the next anterior fixing element. It allows up to 6mm of advancement over the course of the treatment for your patient, if necessary.
A Closer Look at Respire Pink EF Micro
- Telescopic hardware for increased lateral movement
- Medicare Approved
- 6 mm Maximum advancement with an extra anterior fixing unit
- Option to add elastic hooks and anterior discluding ramp
- 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.