Respire Pink Micro

Shorter hinge arms with unique 3+3 mm titration: Suitable for People with Smaller Mouths
Respire Pink Micro is designed for people with smaller mouths. Its adjustment arms are approximately 20% shorter than the standard adjustment arms, increasing its compactible and comfortable nature. Simply put, it’s a better sleep apnea device for people with smaller mouths.
Respire Pink Micro is a trademark of Respire Medical.

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Features & Benefits: Respire Pink Micro

PDAC-Medicare approved Hinged device

Respire Pink Micro meets Medicare’s criteria, increasing Medicare patient access to our oral appliance treatment.

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 Micro

Respire Pink Micro
  • Telescopic hardware for increased lateral movement
  • Available in hard and hard/soft-fitting surface
  • Option for reduced lingual coverage
  • 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
  • 2-Day Rush Service available

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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.