by David Schwartz, DDS, D.ABDSM The last paragraph of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine’s (AADSM) position statement on the scope of practice for dentists ordering or administering home …Read Article
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People in Pittsburgh suffer as much from sleep related breathing disorders as any other part of the country, but they have one big advantage no other population enjoys. People in …Read Article
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. …Read Article
Texas A&M University College of Dentistry has opened a new Facial Pain and Sleep Medicine center headed by Steven Bender, DDS. One of the first such centers in a dental …Read Article
Imagine how boring your dental practice would be if all our patients were the same. No patient would present with an array of problems that took some time to sort …Read Article
Sleep Apnea Dentistry has been characterized as the greatest opportunity for dentistry, post caries epidemic, since tooth whitening. The benefit to the patient is clear – Oral Appliance Therapy is …Read Article
Treating sleepy patients often brings us those who have jaw discomfort to go along with disordered breathing. Having an ability to address both problems together is key to success. This magazine seeks to bring knowledge closer to you and no educator meets this challenge better than Jamison Spencer.Read Article