by Theodore R Belfor, DDS, and Michal Niedzielski, PT, PRC Much attention has been given to blue light’s deleterious effects on sleep. Screen time’s negative impact isn’t limited to blue …Read Article
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by Jerry Hu, DDS, D.ABDSM, D.ASBA, D.ACSDD, and Len Liptak, MBA During an Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) consultation, many Dental Sleep Medicine practitioners provide patients with the buffet option. The …Read Article
by John H. Tucker, DMD, DICOI, DABDSM, and Dennis R. Bailey, DDS, FAAOP, DABDSM Many patients are presenting for management of their sleep breathing disorder (SBD) that have had restorative …Read Article
by Theodore R. Belfor, DDS, Michael Philcock, and Scott Simonetti, DDS Introduction The American Association of Orthodontists White Paper: Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Orthodontics states, under the term “Etiology,” “Obstructive …Read Article
by Keith Thornton, DDS The COVID-19 pandemic has created a paradigm shift in the medical acceptance and patient expectation of telemedicine as a treatment pathway. The treatment of Sleep Related …Read Article
by Jamison Spencer, DMD, MS Almost every week I get an email from someone asking “Jamison, what’s your favorite appliance?” I get this question almost EVERY time I lecture. …Read Article
by Patrick Tessier, MBA Appliance selection is one of the most important decisions a clinician makes when treating a patient with Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB). Breaking down the academic, …Read Article
by Anna (Anya) Glazkova, PhD, and Peter Vitruk, PhD Introduction Postoperative pain and risk of infection are the main concerns with surgery. Most studies testing postoperative pain are level 5 …Read Article