Zyppah Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece Review:
An In-Depth Look


Written by Garen Glazier

Reviewed by Dr. Michael Breus

Expert Tested

The Zyppah is a hybrid anti-snoring mouthpiece that’s designed to move the jaw forward and stabilize the tongue to increase airflow through your breathing passages. A customizable design makes the mouthpiece comfortable and secure, though it cannot be adjusted after the initial boil-and-bite molding.

A prescription is not required to purchase the Zyppah. However, it is not intended to be a treatment for sleep apnea, so consult your doctor if you think your snoring may be a symptom of a more serious sleep disorder.

We’ll discuss the design and performance of the Zyppah mouthpiece to help you decide whether it’s the right anti-snoring device for you. We’ll also cover cleaning tips, pricing, and other key details.

Zyppah Mouthpiece: Our Verdict

Most anti-snoring mouthguards fall into one of two categories. Mandibular advancement devices (MADs) physically move the jaw forward to expand your airway and prevent snoring, while tongue-retaining devices (TRDs) hold your tongue in place to achieve the same effect. With the Zyppah, you get the best of both worlds — but also potential drawbacks if your mouthguard preferences strongly lean toward one or the other.

Thanks to boil-and-bite customization, the Zyppah feels personally fitted for your mouth, but expect at least a few nights to acclimate to the device. It’s also a bit pricey compared to the average anti-snoring mouthpiece.

Pros and Cons

By advancing the jaw and gripping the tongue, the Zyppah has the potential to be highly effective at curbing your snoring. However, there are a few drawbacks to consider before purchasing this device.


  • Hybrid design with MAD and TRD attributes
  • Customizable using boil-and-bite molding method
  • No external parts, allowing you to sleep in any position
  • May also be effective at preventing teeth grinding


  • Potentially uncomfortable for people who strongly prefer TRDs over MADs, or vice versa
  • Not recommended for people with respiratory conditions or those who have dentures
  • Non-adjustable after the initial molding
  • More expensive than many competing mouthguards

Who Should Use the Zyppah Mouthpiece?

The Zyppah uses both MAD and TRD methods to expand your airway as widely as possible. People who don’t mind jaw-widening or tongue-clamping devices should find the Zyppah comfortable, but anyone who dislikes either anti-snoring technique may want to consider a traditional MAD or TRD.

The Zyppah is only intended for adults and should not be used by people under the age of 18. It is also not recommended as a primary treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. Consult your doctor if you think your snoring may be a sign of sleep apnea or another sleep disorder. People with dental crowns or dentures or those who have had dental work done within the past six months should speak with their dentist before using the device.

Who Is It Ideal For?

  • Those who want a mouthpiece that employs multiple methods to stop snoring
  • People who grind their teeth at night
  • Side, back, stomach, and combination sleepers
  • Anyone looking for a customizable mouthguard

Who Should Avoid It?

  • Those who dislike either jaw-advancing or tongue-retaining devices
  • People with dentures and those who have recently undergone dental procedures
  • Anyone who has been diagnosed with a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder or respiratory condition
  • Shoppers with limited budgets

How Does the Zyppah Mouthpiece Work?

The Zyppah is a hybrid anti-snoring mouthpiece. Upper and lower trays cover your teeth, with the latter sliding forward to advance your jaw as a traditional MAD does. A small crossbar connecting the trays holds the tongue in place, much like a traditional TRD. By widening your breathing passages in two ways, the Zyppah can be highly effective at reducing your snoring.

You can customize the mouthpiece using the boil-and-bite method. If the first molding is unsuccessful, you can try up to two more times. Full customization instructions are available in Zyppah’s online instruction manual.

While the Zyppah may be an effective deterrent against snoring caused by sleep apnea, this device should not be viewed as a sleep apnea treatment. In fact, Zyppah recommends not using the device if you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea or any other respiratory condition. Talk to your doctor if you experience heavy or frequent snoring, gasping or choking during your sleep, or other symptoms of sleep apnea.


The Zyppah is a customizable boil-and-bite mouthpiece. Unlike many standard MADs, you cannot adjust the lower tray. The entire mouthpiece fits inside your mouth, allowing you to sleep in any position while using it.

Five colors are available. These include bright green, two pink designs, camouflage, and a glow-in-the-dark option.


The Zyppah’s upper and lower trays are composed of plastic that is BPA- and latex-free. A soft, moldable putty material lining the trays allows you to customize the mouthpiece by boiling it and then biting into it. The tongue-retaining crossbar is made of rubber.


The Zyppah advances the lower jaw and stabilizes the tongue, making it a hybrid anti-snoring mouthpiece that draws from both standard MAD and TRD designs. This makes it a highly effective anti-snoring device.

It may take some time for new users to acclimate to the Zyppah. While mild mouth soreness and an increase in drooling are normal when adjusting to the device, consult your dentist if it is excessive or persists over time. Users should also seek professional health care advice if they notice persistent tooth or gum pain, tooth movement, changes in bite, or breathing difficulties.  

Price and Size Options

The Zyppah is available in one customizable size. All styles of the mouthpiece cost around $130, though Zyppah frequently offers discounts. Prices vary if you opt to purchase the device through a third-party retailer. 


With proper use and care, the Zyppah should last 9 to 12 months. You may need to replace the device sooner if you grind your teeth at night.

Cleaning and Maintenance

The Zyppah should be cleaned on a daily basis. You’ll get a free bottle of Zyppah’s proprietary cleaning solution with your mouthguard purchase, though you can also use alcohol-free mouthwash — but not toothpaste or cleaning solution. 

Where Can You Get the Zyppah Mouthpiece?

The Zyppah can be purchased directly from the Zyppah website, or through online and brick-and-mortar retailers. Prices, shipping charges, and return policies vary by retailer. You do not need a prescription to purchase the Zyppah.

The device has received FDA clearance, meaning its design is similar to preexisting mouthpieces that have been deemed safe to use by the Food and Drug Administration. This differs from FDA approval, which is reserved for medical devices with unprecedented designs that need to be evaluated for safety and efficacy.

Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies


You can buy the Zyppah directly from the brand or through retailers such as Amazon and Walmart.

Prescription Requirement

The Zyppah does not require a doctor’s prescription. This is a boil-and-bite mouthpiece, so professional customizations are not needed.


Zyppah offers free standard shipping to most locations in the U.S. You can also opt for expedited shipping, which carries a surcharge.

Trial and Return Policy

Your Zyppah purchase comes with a 90-day trial period. If you aren’t satisfied with the device before the trial ends, you may request a refund or a replacement mouthpiece.Third-party retailer policies may vary.


While the 90-day trial includes a no-questions-asked replacement warranty, the Zyppah is not backed by any sort of manufacturer’s warranty after the 90-day period.

About The Author

Garen Glazier

Staff Writer, Product Testing Team

Garen is a health and lifestyle content creator. She realized the importance of sleep when her children made getting a good night’s rest more challenging. Garen is always learning something new about the wide world of sleep and sleep products. Married with two girls, ages 7 and 11, she is a book nerd and a lover of pop music, travel, and the Pacific Northwest.

  • POSITION: Side Sleeper
  • TEMPERATURE: Neutral Sleeper

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