• We treat each patient with focused, quality and compassionate care

Did You Know?

Did you know that an estimated 18 million Americans who are affected by sleep apnea suffer with sleep disorders? And more than half of these have more serious sleep conditions.

Clinical Success

Studies show that more than 75 per cent of people with sleep-disordered breathing improve their sleep significantly using any oral device on the market.

Clinical Information

There are now many oral (mandibular advancement) devices on the market, as they have become an accepted form of treatment for people with sleep-disordered breathing.

Design & Technology

3D scanning and printing technology is used to make a new style of mouthguard - that has the potential to change the lives of snorers and people with sleep-disordered breathing.

Beyond the Barriers: Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatments


Meet The Doctors

Dr. Amanda Cheng

American Board Certified Orthodontist

Dr. Amanda Cheng obtained her Doctor of Medical Dentistry from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine and completed her specialty training in Orthodontics and Craniofacial Orthopedics at the University of Minnesota.

In downtown San Francisco, she is 1 of 6 Certified Diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontics. Dr. Cheng’s exceptional skills allowed her to study under some of the world’s best orthodontists at both Harvard and the Mayo Clinic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to do a sleep study?

Sleep physicians often recommend a sleep study before an oral appliance is prescribed (to determine the diagnosis), and after the oral appliance is used to determine if it is . A diagnostic sleep study resulting in a diagnosis of a sleep-disordered breathing condition is necessary to be eligible for any private health insurance rebates. Please talk to your Oventus Accredited Clinician or GP to arrange this.

patient experiences

Latest News

New Sleep Apnea Device Hits U.S. Market

Oventus on Jan. 16 announced the U.S. launch of O2Vent, what it calls the first and only sleep disorder device cleared by the Food and Drug Administration that provides relief for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea via a unique [...]

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Oventus Announces O2vent T Device For Sleep Apnea

Approximately 12 to 18 million American adults suffer from sleep apnea, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. To provide relief, Oventus, a medical device company from Brisbane, Australia [...]

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Oventus Opens Australian 3d Printing Facility For O2vent Sleep Apnea Device

Australian company Oventus Medical Ltd., known for its innovative 3D printed sleep apnea device, has seen quite a lot of success over the past year. Not only did it announce an expansion into the highly sought after U.S. market [...]

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