Narval CC™ oral appliance

A proven1 and innovative alternative to CPAP

 

Narval CC is a clinically-proven1 Mandibular Repositioning Device (MRD) to treat obstructive sleep apnea and snoring. By integrating intra-oral scanning (IOS) into its already computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) process, Narval CC can now be made 100% digitally.

Discover Narval 100% digital workflow, from IOS to CAD/CAM

A proven1 and innovative alternative to CPAP

 

Narval CC is a clinically-proven1 Mandibular Repositioning Device (MRD) to treat obstructive sleep apnea and snoring. By integrating intra-oral scanning (IOS) into its already computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) process, Narval CC can now be made 100% digitally.

Discover Narval 100% digital workflow, from IOS to CAD/CAM

Big ideas in a small device

 

At ResMed, we understand that comfort is key to the consistent, nightly use that's so important to positive long-term results.

That's why we’ve designed Narval CC to be one of the smallest and lightest oral appliances available on the market. See how Narval CC provides you with a discreet and easy to use oral appliance.

See how Narval CC provides you with a discreet and easy to use appliance

Narval CC delivers results

 

Small and discreet, lightweight and strong, Narval CC makes it easy for patients to wear nightly.

  • Narval CC successfully stops loud snoring in almost 90% of patients who use it.1
  • Almost 80% of people who used Narval CC to fight their sleep apnoea their Apnoea-Hypopnea Index (AHI) decrease by more than 50%.1

 

Review more clinical evidence that Narval CC works

Narval CC delivers results

 

Small and discreet, lightweight and strong, Narval CC makes it easy for patients to wear nightly.

  • Narval CC successfully stops loud snoring in almost 90% of patients who use it.1
  • Almost 80% of people who used Narval CC to fight their sleep apnoea their Apnoea-Hypopnea Index (AHI) decrease by more than 50%.1

 

Review more clinical evidence that Narval CC works

Custom-made for comfort

 

A recent comparative study demonstrated that a custom-made oral appliance is twice as effective in reducing snoring than non-custom, thermo-plastic MRDs.2

It has a higher compliance rate – 94% over 69% -- and patients are more likely to prefer it (82%).2

 

Discover how ResMed’s custom design and manufacturing techniques lead to comfort and compliance.

Custom-made for comfort

 

A recent comparative study demonstrated that a custom-made oral appliance is twice as effective in reducing snoring than non-custom, thermo-plastic MRDs.2

It has a higher compliance rate – 94% over 69% -- and patients are more likely to prefer it (82%).2

 

Discover how ResMed’s custom design and manufacturing techniques lead to comfort and compliance.

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A network of collaboration

 

Successful treatment is dependent on a close collaboration between an efficient network of healthcare providers. Narval CC is a medical device that’s prescribed after a sleep test and whose usage follows a well-established clinical protocol. It requires expert dental evaluation, precise fitting, monitoring of the patient’s condition, and periodic adjustment of the device’s advancement levels in order to maintain treatment efficacy.

A network of collaboration

 

Successful treatment is dependent on a close collaboration between an efficient network of healthcare providers. Narval CC is a medical device that’s prescribed after a sleep test and whose usage follows a well-established clinical protocol. It requires expert dental evaluation, precise fitting, monitoring of the patient’s condition, and periodic adjustment of the device’s advancement levels in order to maintain treatment efficacy.

References 

  1. Vecchierini MF & al. A custom-made mandibular repositioning device for obstructive sleep apnoea-hypopnoea syndrome: the ORCADES study. Sleep Med. 2016 Mar;19:131-40. doi: 10.1016.
  2. Vanderveken et al. Comparison of a custom-made and thermoplastic oral appliance for the treatment of mild sleep apnea. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2008; 178 (2):197-202.