Current Issue: Dental Sleep Practice
Editor’s intro: Many patients are unaware of how sleep-related breathing contributes to overall health and wellness. The American Dental...
Editor’s intro: While treating sleep apnea cannot cure benign prostatic hyperplasia, it can help improve sleep quality. Read about some...
Editor’s intro: This survey about physicians and medical insurance illustrates the complicated relationship between patients, physicians, dentists, and payers....
by Daniel E. Taché, DMD Educational objective Dental Sleep Practice subscribers can answer the CE questions by taking this quiz to earn 2 hours of CE from reading this article.
Editor’s intro: Craig Pickerill discusses how high resolution oximetry can be a cost-effective and minimally invasive screening method for sleep-related breathing disorders. by Craig Pickerill Educational aims & objectives Dental Sleep Practice
ProSomnus® Sleep Technologies Announces Publication of a 2-Year Clinical Study Assessment of Potential Tooth Movement and Bite Changes with a Hard-Acrylic Sleep Appliance(1) ProSomnus Sleep Technologies is the Leader
Editor’s intro: Peter Vitruk, PhD writes that the standards for dental laser proficiency certification and the quality of the dental laser education resources must be elevated in order to meet
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
CS 9600 CBCT System Recognized as a 2019 Best of Class Technology Award Winner ATLANTA—Carestream Dental is proud to announce that its latest CBCT system, the CS 9600, has received