• Medical and dental history, questionnaires for snoring and apnea.
• Intraoral clinical examination, evaluation of anatomical features that obstruct the airway.
• Utilization of a portable sleep study device for more accurate assessment of the existence and severity of the problem.
• Evaluation of the function and the range of motion of joints of the mandible using an electronic pantograph.
• Construction of the most suitable, depending on the intraoral characteristics of each patient, custom intraoral appliance for the treatment of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
• Collaboration with other specialists (pulmonologists, otolaryngologists and maxillofacial surgeons) for treatment by other means or the application of combination therapy where it is appropriate.
• Long-term systematic monitoring of the patient in order to assess the outcome of the treatment, and modify it in an appropriate way when necessary.