Narval CC is a clinically proven1 CAD/CAM oral appliance that’s custom-made for greater comfort and compliance. It’s one of the smallest and lightest oral appliances available on the market. In almost 80% of users, apnoea-hypopnea index (AHI) scores decrease by more than 50%.1
An innovative CAD/CAM oral appliance
Thanks to CAD/CAM, Narval appliance design can easily be customised. Standardised processes and digital technology deliver high-quality appliances. Our CAD software simulates mandibular movements and calculates the retention forces and distribution for each patient.
Various design options to meet different needs
Narval CC comes in five different designs that can be used on patients with different tooth morphologies. Each design comes with a protrusive range of up to 15 mm, with adjustments possible in 0.5 mm increments. Learn more
Narval CC uses a traction-based articulation method that maintains the mandible in a protruded position along the occlusal plane, instead of pushing it forward like conventional, compression-based MRDs. This articulation promotes lip seal, so your patients can sleep with their mouths closed during the night.3 It also creates 10% less stress on the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).3
Narval CC: a clinically proven1 and effective treatment
The Narval CC appliance produced using a CAD/CAM process is more effective in reducing AHI than a non-CAD/CAM MRD, regardless of the initial OSAHS severity.
A medically-supervised process
Successful oral appliance treatment requires close collaboration between an efficient network of healthcare providers. Narval CC is a medical device that’s prescribed after a sleep test and whose usage follows a well-established clinical protocol. It requires expert dental evaluation, precise fitting, monitoring of the patient’s condition, and periodic adjustment of the device’s advancement levels in order to maintain treatment efficacy.
* IOS: intra-oral scanning.
** CAD/CAM: computer-aided design and manufacturing.
- Vecchierini MF & al. A custom-made mandibular repositioning device for obstructive sleep apnoea-hypopnoea syndrome: the ORCADES study. Sleep Med. 2016 Mar;19:131-40. doi: 10.1016. Two-year follow-up results.
- Appropriate level of biocompatibility demonstrated by tests based on indications in ISO 10993-1:2009.
- Cheze et al. Impact on temporomandibular joint of two mandibular advancement device designs. ITBM-RBM, Volume 27, Issues 5–6, November–December 2006, 233-237.