Welcome to Dental Sleep Practice
A dental journal and sleep apnea publication
Current Issue: Dental Sleep Practice
by Robert M. Grill, DDS Did I really want to treat “TMJ” patients? No! Who in their right mind...
by Glennine Varga, AAS, RDA, CTA The good news is sleep disordered breathing is starting to become more of...
A Beginner’s Guide by Christine Taxin Sleep apnea is a growing problem for America’s children and teenagers. Researchers from...
The Tools that Make a Difference for the Practitioner and the Patient by Stephen D. Poss, DDS Educational aims The purpose of this article is to review the tools helpful
by Kristie Gatto, MA, CCC-SLP, Certified Orofacial Myologist Ideal health and function of the body is directly dependent upon optimal breathing patterns. Just as breathing impacts cellular regeneration; blood oxygenation;
By Ronald S. Prehn, ThM, DDS Patient: Matthew is a 17-yr. old male with OSA and CPAP intolerant due to Cerebral Palsy (CP). He is a special kid who is
See if this sounds familiar: A young-50’s male, with a snoring history that includes his children begging for separate hotel rooms during family trips so they could get some sleep.
by Leslie Stevens, HealthyStart® by Ortho-Tain® CEO/President How are we treating children that exhibit sleep, breathing or airway issues? In many instances we look to remove tonsils and adenoids, tape