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Mouth Breathing is Hurting Your Sleep

When you sleep, your mouth relaxes. Your tongue can block your airway, disrupting nose breathing and making your CPAP less effective.

What is SomnoSeal™️?

The SomnoSeal™️ device is an oral sealing device to prevent mouth leaking while using nasal CPAP, improving overall treatment success

The soft and flexible material is designed to use all night without irritating your teeth or gums 

The SomnoSeal™️ device prevents potentially noisy mouth breathing resulting in quieter sleep for the user and bed partner.  

The medical-grade silicone sits just inside your lips and is easy to remove with your tongue or the built-in tab.  It is easy to clean, does not require messy adhesives, and is compatible with facial hair.


kimberly hutchison

Kimberly Nixon Hutchison, MD, FAASM, DABSM

Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Hutchison is a neurologist and fellowship-trained sleep medicine specialist who has been in practice for over 15 years. She is an associate professor at Oregon Health and Science University, where she teaches future doctors, creates new technologies, and sees both neurology and sleep medicine patients. She is a medical director, national speaker, and was named one of “Portland’s Top Docs” in 2014. She is passionate about improving the experience of sleep and increasing access to sleep medicine treatments.
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Ms. Brenna Rauw

Brenna Rauw has been a pioneer in global technology commercialization, leading industry partnering and venture groups for top universities. She is also currently a Managing Director at 12Bridge, advancing healthcare innovation with leading researchers and clinicians. Brenna holds a degree in Biology from Harvard and an MBA from Harvard Business School.