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The Science

The Vivos Integrated Practice Program enables you apply the breakthrough science of Pneumopedics®, a practical, life-saving multidisciplinary therapeutic protocol.

 

The average healthcare provider has over five hundred patients who suffer from a developmental epigenetic condition described in the literature as maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrognathia.

 

Until now the only therapeutic course available to clinicians was surgical intervention or palliative treatments to address the symptoms.

Craniofacial

Epigenetics

Craniofacial epigenetics is an emerging science with limitless possibilities for resolving many chronic health conditions impacting our world.

 

At Vivos, we are making significant contributions in this important field.

 

We make our contributions in six key areas:

 

  1. Research
  2. Clinical Trials
  3. Product Design & Development
  4. Innovative Clinical Protocols
  5. Professional Education
  6. Public Awareness

The Science of

Pneumopedics®

Pneumopedics® is the physiologic remodeling of the upper airway via naturally-occurring and treatment-induced changes over time.

 

The Vivos System® incorporates the science of Pneumopedics® in its biomimetic oral appliances and treatment protocols for addressing maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion.

 

Pneumpoedics® represents a significant therapeutic application of the principle findings in craniofacial epigenetics.

The Science

Applied

Vivos provides advanced education to professionals and clinicians across the healthcare spectrum to enable them to apply the science in their healthcare practice.

 

Our programs are designed to help practitioners obtain the clinical skills to apply the scientific findings in craniofacial epigenetics and Pneumopedics® in their treatment planning and protocols.

 

Our core business is to provide the scientific understanding and the practical tools to put the science to work in real life.

Maxillary Hypoplasia & Mandibular Retrusion

Maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion is a condition where the upper and lower jaws are underdeveloped and may result in an obstructed airway.

Some of the warning signs may, but do not necessarily include:

  • Crooked Teeth
  • Mouth Breathing
  • Nasal Obstruction
  • Improper Tongue Alignment
  • Narrow Dental Arches
  • Obstructive Soft Palette Tissue

Correcting Maxillary Hypoplasia & Mandibular Retrusion

The clinical goal of treating maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion is correcting the maxillomandibular skeletal and tissue structures to eliminate or reduce the obstruction of the airway.

Some of the treatment outcomes may include:

  • Straight Teeth
  • Reduce or Eliminate Mouth Breathing
  • Reduce or Eliminate Nasal Obstruction
  • Allow for Proper Tongue Position
  • Reduce or Eliminate Obstructive Soft Palette Tissue
  • Enhance Airway Volume and Function
  • Reduce Pharyngeal Nocturnal Airway Collapse

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In 98% of patients with OSAS, the condition is due to abnormal anatomical features of the soft tissues and/or the structures of the maxillomandibular skeleton that cause a disproportionate anatomy of the airway.*

ARCH OTOLARYNGOL HEAD NECK SURG/VOL 137 (NO. 10), OCT 2011

The Vivos System addresses the abnormal anatomical features of the soft and hard tissues that often contribute to obstructive sleep apnea (OSAS).

Our Scientific Contributions

Breathing Wellness

Millions of people of all ages suffer from a condition described in the medical literature as maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion.

 

This all too common condition, where the upper and lower jaws do not fully develop often results in an obstructed or compromised pharyngeal airway.

 

Individuals who suffer from this condition may develop obstructive sleep apnea or sleep disordered breathing, causing them to periodically stop breathing during sleep.

 

Vivos is investing in ongoing clinical research and clinical trials to expand it's existing portfolio of therapeutic-grade biomimetic oral appliances for the treatment of maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion.

The Vivos Therapeutic approach is a safe, non-invasive multidisciplinary protocol for treating maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion. Successfully correcting the underlying physiologic deficiencies may eliminate the obstruction in the airway.

  • Vivos mRNA® Appliance
  • Vivos DNA® Appliance*
  • Vivos Guides

Class II

Class I

Class I

*Class II Application Pending

Vivos Biomimetic

Oral Appliance Therapy

Vivos Biomimetic oral appliance therapy is specifically designed to treat maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion. Vivos Therapeutics is registered with the Federal Drug Administration as a Specification Developer and to date has three medical devices registered:

Vivos Therapeutics

Pneumopedics®

Three-dimensional model of the airway

of a 59 year old male patient with OSA.

(Pretreatment)

Three-dimensional model of the enhanced airway

of the same patient after 18 months of treatment.

(Post Treatment)

Pneumopedics® is the physiologic remodeling of the upper airway via naturally-occurring and treatment-induced changes over time. Correcting the underlying physiologic deficiencies by correcting maxillary hyposplasia and mandibular retrusion may eliminate the obstruction in the airway.

Pneumopedics® is the physiologic remodeling of the upper airway via naturally-occurring and treatment-induced changes over time. The Vivos System incorporates the science of Pneumopedics® in it's biomimetic oral appliance therapy and treatment protocols for addressing maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion.

Facial enhancement using biomimetic oral appliance therapy in adults

Dent Oral Craniofac Res

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Resolution of Sleep Bruxism using Biomimetic Oral Appliance Therapy: A Case Report

Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy

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Changes in 3D Midfacial Parameters after Biomimetic Oral Appliance Therapy in Adults

Jaypee Journals

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Articles &

Publications

A Novel Combined Protocol for the Resolution of Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy

 

Abstract

A 27-year-old woman was referred to our office for a dental assessment regarding temporomandibular joint pain. On initial screening, she was found to be at high risk for obstructive sleep apnea, and subsequently underwent polysomnography, which revealed an apnea-hypopnea index of 118 hr-1. Her condition was initially controlled with continuous positive airway pressure therapy, which she did not tolerate well.

 

Therefore, treatment proceeded with biomimetic oral appliance therapy. After 10 months of combined continuous positive airway pressure therapy and biomimetic oral appliance therapy, the apnea-hypopnea index fell to 1 hr-1 and obstructive sleep apnea could not be observed with or without the appliances in situ.

 

We conclude that combined continuous positive airway pressure therapy and biomimetic oral appliance therapy might represent a potential cure of severe cases obstructive sleep

apnea in certain patients.

 

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ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS

The really important

Hard Question:

Now that you have a basic understanding of the potentially life-saving possibilities with Pneumopedics®, you must ask yourself, what is my moral obligation to my patients?

You have a professional responsibility to deliver the best standard of care for your patients and the thousands of people in your community who are suffering from obstructive sleep apnea and related breathing disorders. You will never be able to unlearn what the clinical possibilities are.

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