Current Issue: Dental Sleep Practice
In late September, the World Sleep Society held their meeting in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. This five-day event assembled sleep...
The expansion of telemedicine is changing the landscape of providing Dental Sleep Medicine and oral appliances. This article will...
The Oventus O2Vent line of oral appliances recently added the O2Vent Optima. The Optima achieved 510k market clearance from...
Editor’s intro: Part 2 of our special CE section includes interpretations of the ADA recommendations for treatment based on its Policy Statement of long-term treatment of sleep-related breathing disorders. From defining
Editor’s intro: In part I of this special feature, six articles explore the ADA policy and what leaders say about sleep-related breathing disorders’ impact on a dental practice. Educational objective Dental Sleep
Editor’s intro: Anna Glazkova and Peter Vitruk’s article focuses on research regarding reduced postoperative pain after CO2 laser surgery. Read about this safe, effective, and acceptable alternative to traditional surgery for various
Editor’s intro: Dr. Steven Olmos shows a case study where rhinomanometry measurements and airflow-related treatment led to improvement of TMJ function. by Steven Olmos, DDS, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, DAIPM, FAAOP, FAACP, FICCMO,
Editor’s intro: Pittsburg dentist and otolaryngologist Nicole Chenet, DDS, and Ryan Soose, MD, offer patients the collaboration and insights of medical and dental professionals needed to comprehensively address sleep breathing problems. People
Increasing laboratory fees, decreasing insurance reimbursement, costly remakes, lengthy turnaround times, and patient intolerance can significantly impact the operating costs and satisfaction of running a dental sleep practice.