There are a number of different options on the market to help with snoring.
Many people use dental appliances to treat sleep apnea, as well as snoring, and these appliances are effective about 75% of the time. A dental appliance is worn at night while you are sleeping, and holds the jaw and tongue forward, and the palate up, so it does not fall backward and block the air passage.
Dental appliances are a very effective alternative to surgical procedures. These devices must be worn every night, and because they must be a perfect fit with the person’s teeth, they are often fitted by a dentist or an oral surgeon.
The following links list various products, from dental devices, to chin straps, to nose vents, and others. Pricing information and pictures of all products can also be found on these links.