Peer-Reviewed Studies

Read the Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Studies for TAP Oral Appliances

TAP devices are the most researched oral appliances on the market with more than 45 independent peer-reviewed published studies and counting.

 

Since 1997, all clinical trials involving the TAP have been conducted by independent investigators who do not have a financial interest in the device. Each study was funded by an outside source and not by Airway Management. We believe in the ability of our products to help patients sleep better, and we’re proud to know that the experts do, too.

 

Browse our TAP bibliography, or download the printable version.

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2021

Health outcomes of continuous positive airway pressure versus mandibular advancement device for the treatment of severe obstructive sleep apnea: an individual participant data meta-analysis.

Wojciech Trzepizur , Peter A. Cistulli, Martin Glos, Bruno Vielle, Kate Sutherland, Peter J. Wijkstra, Aarnoud Hoekema and Frédéric Gagnadoux.

2021

Randomized Trial of 2 Self-Titrated Oral Appliances for Airway Management.

Schneiderman, E., Schramm, P., Hui, J., Wilson, P. D., Moura, P., German, Z., McCann, A., & Newton, M. (2021).

2020

Jaw thrust versus the use of a boil-and-bite mandibular advancement device as a screening tool during drug-induced sleep endoscopy

P.E. Vonk, J.A.M. Uniken Venema, M.J.L. Ravesloot, J.A. van de Velde-Muusers, N.de Vries.

2020

Long-Term Obstructive Sleep Apnea Therapy: A 10-year Follow Up of Mandibular Advancement Device and Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.

Venema, Julia A. M. Uniken, Et al.

2017

Obstructive Sleep Apnea in a patient with orofacial pain secondary to cervical fixation.

Kanti V.

2016

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure and Oral Appliance Hybrid Therapy in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Patient Comfort Compliance and Preference: A Pilot Study

Hoekema, A., Wijkstra P., et al.

2016

Remote Controlled Mandibular Positional Device to Determine Oral Appliance Efficacy and Therapeutic Protrusive Position.

Hogg James J.

2015

Drug-Induced Sedation Endoscopy in the Evaluation of OSA Patients with Incomplete Oral Appliance Therapy Response.

Kent D., Rogers R., Loose R.

2015

Dental clinicians’ observations of combination therapy in PAP-intolerant patients.

Sanders AE, Denbar MA, White J, Prehn RS, Rogers RR, Pardue T, et al.