The pages of Dental Sleep Practice have been filled with dentists’ experiences and opinions about collaborating with physicians. These views usually follow the narrative that a multi-disciplinary approach to treating […]Read Article
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by Jagdeep Bijwadia, MD, MBA, DABSM, and Kyle Miko, CRT/CSE Telemedicine is becoming an increasingly important part of healthcare. The Department of Health and Human Services estimated that in 2018,Read Article
by Joshua R. Oltmanns and Charles R. Carlson Orofacial pain often co-occurs with problems falling asleep, maintaining sleep, and waking too early that cause impairment in daytime functioning (Carlson etRead Article
by Teresa E. Jacobs, MD Patients enter the evaluation for sleep apnea from four primary sources: subjective symptoms, complaints of a bed partner, concerns of a doctor, or the observationsRead Article
Improving Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea with Oral Appliance Therapy – A Sleep Physician’s Perspective by Jonathan S. Lown, MD, D.ABIM
The US and global impact of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is staggering. An estimated 52 million Americans have sleep disordered breathing, with 1 in 5 having mild apnea, and 1Read Article
True partnership between medicine and dentistry must exist if we are to make any headway treating the exponential increase in breathing disordered sleep.Read Article
Patients with OSA will be provided therapeutic options, and for many, a simple oral appliance will be more effective therapy than pushing air.Read Article
by David B Schwartz, DDS, D.ABDSM When it comes to ice cream flavors I like chocolate, my wife likes vanilla, my kids like mint chip, you get the point. WeRead Article