Welcome to Dental Sleep Practice
A dental journal and sleep apnea publication
Current Issue: Dental Sleep Practice
Editor’s intro: These tips for Dental Sleep Medicine practitioners show some necessary treatment records, assessments, and therapies that will improve patient’s...
Editor’s intro: Knowing what technology decisions dental colleagues are making can benefit your practice. This survey of technology use...
Editor’s intro: Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy can recognize mouth breathing, snoring, tongue thrust, and tooth grinding as part of more serious health...
Editor’s Intro: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA): Dentists play a pivotal role in successful treatment. by Allen J. Moses, DDS; Elizabeth T. Kalliath, DMD; and Gloria Pacini, RDH Educational aims The physiology of
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
Editor’s intro: Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy can recognize mouth breathing, snoring, tongue thrust, and tooth grinding as part of more serious health problems. Help early diagnosis to improve your patients’ quality of life.
Editor’s intro: This article on tongue-ties and sleep issues shows that tongue ties can affect many aspects of a child’s quality of life — from sleep, to eating, to speech. by
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.
Editor’s intro: DSM software encourages efficiency, separation of dental and medical charts, and medico-legal and payer compliance for a dental sleep practice. by Brandie Havell Most proficient and prolific dental sleep medicine