Kenneth Mogell: You know, my feeling is, when
I always talk to patients, is that I think if you can wear your CPAP every night, all
night long, and you have a mask that fits well, that doesn’t leak air, there’s no question
about that, that is the best way to manage your apnea. That being said, the research in the papers
will show you that a great degree of [inaudible 00:00:25], greater than half the people who
are prescribed a CPAP don’t wear it as often as they need to, as long as they need to. If you can wear it all night long, that’s
the best way to do it. If you can’t wear it all night long, the second
best way to manage your apnea is with an oral appliance.