AVEOtsd Mouthpiece Review:
An Effective Snoring Solution


Written by David Rubin

Reviewed by Dr. Michael Breus

Expert Tested

The AVEOtsd anti-snoring mouthpiece is a tongue-retaining device (TRD). Made from flexible silicone, the mouthpiece features a small opening designed to gently pull your tongue forward and expand your breathing passages, which in turn can reduce snoring. The AVEOtsd is fairly affordable for an anti-snoring mouthpiece, and it’s available in three sizes. However, you’ll need a physician’s prescription to purchase the device.

We’ll discuss how the AVEOtsd is constructed, who should use the device, and how to purchase it. 

AVEOtsd Mouthpiece: Our Verdict

The AVEOtsd Mouthpiece is effective at stabilizing the tongue and opening up your airway to reduce or even prevent snoring. The silicone is designed to have a gentle and flexible feel, which can help make it more comfortable to use. However, since the device cannot be customized, you will probably need to allow for an adjustment period. That said, the AVEOtsd is available in three sizes, so most people should find at least one option that feels comfortable once it’s broken in.

While using the AVEOtsd, you may feel restricted when breathing through your mouth. You may also experience drooling and dry mouth during the night. These issues are fairly common when using any TRD, but if they’re dealbreakers for you, we recommend using a mandibular adjustment device (MAD) instead. 

Pros and Cons

As with any anti-snoring mouthpiece, there are both advantages and drawbacks to using the AVEOtsd.

  • Available in small, medium, and large sizes
  • Silicone material is soft and flexible
  • Suction effectively holds the tongue in place
  • Affordable pricing with a discounted two-pack option
  • Mouthpiece cannot be customized or adjusted
  • Adjustment period may include several weeks of discomfort
  • TRDs generally don’t prevent bruxism
  • Limits mouth-breathing and may cause dry mouth or drooling

Who Should Use the AVEOtsd Mouthpiece?

The AVEOtsd anti-snoring device is a good option for people who don’t need a customized mouthpiece to sleep comfortably. The device is also suitable for people with braces, dentures, certain dental implants, and other fixtures in their mouth that are incompatible with MADs.

Who Is It Ideal For?
Who Should Avoid It?
  • Sleepers who prefer lightweight anti-snoring mouthpieces
  • Those who don’t need a customized mouthpiece to sleep comfortably
  • People with dental fixtures such as braces or dentures
  • People who primarily breathe through their mouth
  • Stomach sleepers
  • Those who want to correct bruxism and snoring with one mouthpiece

How Does the AVEOtsd Mouthpiece Work?

Many people snore because their tongue falls into the back of their mouth, hindering airflow through their breathing passages in the process. The AVEOtsd is designed to correct this. Made from soft, flexible silicone, this anti-snoring mouthpiece is outfitted with a small opening that gently pulls the tongue forward and holds it in place while you sleep.

The AVEOtsd also has a flange that rests outside the mouth, covering both lips and helping to provide suction that stabilizes the tongue. However, this should not restrict tongue movement too much. According to AVEOtsd, a properly fitted mouthpiece shouldn’t prevent you from sticking your tongue out of your mouth. 


The AVEOtsd is an FDA-approved TRD mouthpiece that helps prevent snoring by holding the tongue in place and opening up your airway. While the AVEOtsd may reduce snoring, it lacks the customized comfort of MAD anti-snoring mouthpieces.

Price and Size Options

The AVEOtsd is available in small, medium, and large sizes. According to AVEOtsd’s website, about 90% of customers prefer the medium size. You can also buy a two-pack of medium-size mouthpieces, but this option is not available for other sizes.

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The AVEOtsd mouthpiece features a small opening to hold the tongue and a flange that rests outside your mouth. As a TRD, the device cannot be customized to fit your mouth or adjusted. However, you can choose from small, medium, and large sizes. 


The AVEOtsd is composed of medical-grade silicone, which is designed to give it a gentler feel compared to TRDs made from less flexible materials such as molded plastic. 


With proper care, the AVEOtsd should last a minimum of 12 months before a replacement is needed. Keep in mind that the initial break-in period can last several weeks.

Cleaning and Maintenance

The device should be rinsed in hot water each day. Additionally, you should wash the mouthpiece weekly with a sterile cleaning solution. Do not use mouthwash or alcohol to clean the device. A storage case is included with your purchase.

Where Can You Get the AVEOtsd Mouthpiece?

The AVEOtsd mouthpiece is available through the AVEOtsd website. You can also purchase the device through a wide range of retailers, such as Amazon.com. However, retailer prices tend to be more expensive compared to buying directly from the brand. Shipping and return policies also vary by retailer. 

Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies


You can buy the mouthpiece directly from AVEOtsd or through other retailers, such as Amazon.com. You may also be able to purchase the device at brick-and-mortar pharmacies, depending on local availability.

Prescription Requirement

U.S. residents need a prescription to purchase the device. Those living outside the U.S. do not need a prescription.


AVEOtsd offers free ground shipping to all 50 states and most of Canada.

Trial and Return Policy

AVEOtsd allows returns within 60 days of purchase. Customers bear the cost of return shipping. If you want to return a two-pack, you will only be refunded for one opened device.


The AVEOtsd is covered by a 2-year warranty against material and workmanship defects.

About The Author

David Rubin

Certified Sleep Science Coach, Director of Product Testing

David is a Certified Sleep Science Coach with a lifelong passion for well-being and health optimization. His interest in sleep developed with the arrival of his son, when sleep suddenly became a precious commodity.

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