FAQs - Oralift

Read our frequently asked questions here.

If you are still unsure, you can email a member of our team who will be delighted to assist you. You are not alone; your success is our success. We believe in you and we believe in Oralift!

It is an individually programmed device that fits over your lower teeth.

By wearing the Oralift device, a larger space in between the upper and lower teeth is created and the muscles alter to let the jaw rest in a new position. As they adapt to this new position, the muscles appear to become more toned and trigger the body’s natural healing process, counteracting the effects of facial ageing. When a patient is wearing the Oralift device, the ‘exercise’ being done by the muscles is being done passively. It is believed that the muscles involved in this process are not just facial but head and neck.

As with any exercise regime, over use of the Oralift device can lead to over stressing of the facial muscles.

It depends on what you are having done. Your gums should be in a healthy state with good oral hygiene. If you are having extensive work done on your teeth (crowns, bridges, dentures etc) it would be advisable to wait until the work has been completed. If you have several teeth missing, these should be replaced with a bridge, implant or denture before Oralift is fitted. If you are not sure, we would recommend that you consult your dentist before proceeding with Oralift.

If you are in the middle of orthodontic treatment, it would be better to choose the option with professional support or wait until your treatment is finished.

Whilst we are unable to guarantee improvements to specific areas, we do know that Oralift rejuvenates and refreshes the whole face, making the person look good for their age. Patients frequently report that Oralift restored their vitality and people who had not seen them for some time said how well they looked.

If you look at the tooth chart and  you have 17-19, and 30-32 missing it will not be possible to fit Oralift. If you have only some of these teeth missing, please contact us at contact@oralift.com for advice.

Instructions for moulding your device are given in your Oralift App which is available to you when you purchase your Oralift kit.

Here is a picture of what a moulded device should look like:

When the device is first fitted, it may seem loose. This is usually because our facial muscles are quite tense and tend to lift the device up. This gets better as the facial muscles relax. However as you can see in the picture below, the imprints of the bottom teeth should be fairly deep.

We recommend cleaning your device with cold water or with a mouthguard cleansing solution.

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