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June 8, 2020 Feature Oral HealthOral SurgerySleep apnea

COVID-19 Increases Value of Oral Appliance Therapy for Sleep Apnea

by John Viviano, DDS, D, ABDSM

Viewpoint: Everyone knows that breathing is mandatory to sustain life, yet we rarely think about it, and often take it for granted! However, the current Flu Pandemic has certainly made us all too aware of its importance.Advertisement Obstructive Sleep Apnea

March 9, 2017 Feature General DentistryOral HealthSleep apnea

Pre-orthodontic Intervention for Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing: A (R)evolutionary Solution to a Modern Problem

by Kevin Boyd; Marianna Evans

Malocclusion (HM) is a rising public health epidemic that is seen mainly within industrialized/industrializing cultures. To date, there is no published evidence that malocclusion had ever been a significantly observed human trait prior to the Industrial Revolution in Europe and

March 9, 2017 Feature General DentistryOral HealthSleep apnea

The Next Step in Sleep Dentistry: Is There Anything We Can Do for the Ones Who Don’t Have Apnea?

by Stasha Gominak, MD

Dentists have become involved in the treatment of sleep apnea for several reasons. An oral appliance is usually less uncomfortable than sleeping with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) mask, so dentists offer a welcome alternative for CPAP intolerant patients.

November 22, 2016 Feature Dental HygienePaediatric DentistrySleep apnea

Managing Sleep Apnea for the Pediatric Patient

by Susan Woodley, RDH and Lee Somerville, RDH, MS

Have you ever experienced listening to a grandparent, a parent or a spouse snoring so loud you couldn’t sleep? No matter how hard you tried to ignore it, that’s all you could focus on. Then suddenly, sweet silence! You breathe

February 16, 2012 News Sleep apneaSleep disorders

An estimated 40 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea

by ken

Dentists are filling classrooms across the US to learn more about their professional role in the screening and treatment of sleep apnea. Sleep Group Solutions, a pioneer in dental continuing education adds 2 new seminars with juggernaut dental lab, Glidewell Laboratory, to offer

December 17, 2011 News Sleep apneaSleep disorders

Snoring isn’t sexy – who knew?

by ken

http://www.snoringisntsexy.com/ Dentistry’s role in the recognition and management of snoring and sleep apnea is largely unknown by the public despite the fact that oral appliance therapy has been approved as first-line therapy for mild to moderate sleep apnea and in

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

July 1, 2011 News Sleep apnea

Simple Analysis of Breathing Sounds While Awake Can Detect Obstructive Sleep Apnea

by ken

Science Daily – June 2011 The analysis of breathing sounds while awake may be a fast, simple and accurate screening tool for obstructive sleep apnea, suggests a research abstract being presented in Minneapolis, Minn., at SLEEP 2011,the 25th Anniversary Meeting