by Jagdeep Bijwadia, MD, MBA, D.ABDSM Telemedicine has experienced accelerated growth and as evidenced by the current COVID-19 crisis, it is a powerful resource that enables the disruption of healthcare delivery.1 Telehealth and telemedicine are terms often used interchangeably, but […]Read CE Article
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by Barry Glassman, DMD, and Don Malizia, DDS Dentistry’s Empirical History Restorative dentistry has built institutions based on empirical evidence. Unfortunately, scientific evidence has not been an essential element of dentistry’s history. Without an understanding that empiricism is a theory […]Read CE Article
An Ounce of Prevention: Avoiding Oral Appliance Therapy Related Side Effects by Jamison Spencer, DMD, MS With serious systemic health consequences being clearly linked with not treating SRBD, any potential dental side effects related to treatment of such disorders […]Read CE Article
Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: The Role of the Dentist by Jeffrey Cole, DDS President, American Dental Association An ADA Perspective In 2017, the American Dental Association (ADA) took a major step toward helping patients who suffer from sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBDs). […]Read CE Article
by Daniel E. Taché, DMD And if tonight, my soul may find her peace in sleep, and sink in good oblivion, and in the morning wake like a new-opened flower, then I have been dipped again in God and new-created. […]Read CE Article
by Craig Pickerill Sleep related breathing disorders place a substantial monetary burden on the economy in the form of decreased productivity, work accidents, and health-related complications.1 Experts in dentistry, pre-surgical screening, cardiology, occupational health, and primary care find that their […]Read CE Article
by Allen J. Moses, DDS; Elizabeth T. Kalliath, DMD; and Gloria Pacini, RDH Introduction OSA is a breathing disorder. Breathing is essential to support life. Air must get to and from the lungs for oxygenation and physiological exchange and conditioning […]Read CE Article
The Tools that Make a Difference for the Practitioner and the Patient by Stephen D. Poss, DDS Introduction When the American Dental Association released a policy in October 2017 that encouraged dental professionals to screen for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) […]Read CE Article