Silent Nite Snore Device in new colors

April 1, 2000
The Silent Nite Snore Device is now available in a more durable material for patients who are bruxers or clenchers. New colors include blue, yellow, ivory, and transparent. Im-proved connector attachments are used to allow the dentist to change the amount of anteriorization, chairside.

The Silent Nite Snore Device is now available in a more durable material for patients who are bruxers or clenchers. New colors include blue, yellow, ivory, and transparent. Im-proved connector attachments are used to allow the dentist to change the amount of anteriorization, chairside.

A complimentary "Silent Nite Kit" is available, which includes a reception-room video, poster, 30 custom-labeled brochures with acrylic display, 100 statement stuffers, 30 patient questionnaires, and a clinical evaluation reprint on Silent Nite, conducted by an independent research institute.

For more information or your free kit and clinical evaluation, call (800) 374-7874 or send e-mail to [email protected].

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