Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a disorder characterized by repetitive collapse of the upper airway during sleep, with consequences of nocturnal hypoxemia and recurrent arousals from sleep. The prevalence of …Read Article
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By Glennine Varga As a dental team member, have you ever been given a new task that you don’t know much about? Has your doctor come home from a continuing …Read Article
Will this work for me, Doc? If only dental teams offering help for sleep-disordered breathing could answer this question with confidence! Will the airway respond to mandibular advancement? How far …Read Article
A Case Report, part 2 by Juan-Carlos Quintero, DMD, MS Previously we discussed the correlation between dento-facial patterns and pharyngeal airway measurements as a risk factor for obstructive sleep apnea …Read Article
Illuminating medical conditions that often accompany sleep disordered breathing can help patients understand the necessity of treating the disease causing their conditions. The prevalence of comorbidities can help assess the …Read Article
by Dr. Gy Yatros The clinical aspects of Dental Sleep Medicine (DSM) are relatively simple. There, I said it. From a clinical standpoint, DSM is much simpler than placing an …Read Article