There are over 90 million people in the United States who snore. ZYPPAH is the name of the anti-snoring invention that holds the tongue in place to prevent it from closing the airway during sleep. Pronounced "Zee Pah", an easy way to remember the name is by spelling "Happy Z" backwards.
Invented by bioengineer and dentist Dr. Jonathan Greenburg, ZYPPAH is an technological breakthrough solution to eliminate snoring. Unlike any other anti-snoring appliance on the market, ZYPPAH is the ONLY offers mouthpiece that offers two treatment elements instead of one. The typical treatment for snoring before ZYPPAH was a Mandibular Repositioning Device (MRD). ZYPPAH is the only device of its kind that combines the best elements of a MRD with the added element of a Tongue Stabilization Device (TSD). It is this combination that makes ZYPPAH an effective for the treatment of snoring.