By Madan Kandula, MD Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the Rodney Dangerfield of medical conditions. It gets no respect, and it gets mistreated more often than it gets appropriately treated. …Read Article
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by Jamison Spencer, DMD, MS Now I know that your knee jerk reaction will be “absolutely not!” but perhaps bear with me for a minute. As I write this we’re …Read Article
Less Adjustments and Less Forces by Barry Glassman, DMD, and Don Malizia, DDS In terms of preventing major cardiovascular accidents, the use of oral appliance therapy (OAT) has been shown …Read Article
by Michael Flanell, RDH, MBA Athletes continually try to perform better and break records with their athletic abilities. In their pursuit for personal accomplishments, they dream of winning medals …Read Article
by Dr. John E. Remmers As a life-long physiologist, physician, and innovator in sleep medicine, I find the recent statistics from the Lancet deeply troubling. With close to one …Read Article
by Warren Schlott, DDS One of the most common complaints of men who sleep poorly is that they have an urge or a need to use the restroom many times …Read Article
by Paul A. Henny, DDS We all breathe through our mouth part of the time. This is because mouth-breathing is necessary when we are exercising, working strenuously, under threat, or …Read Article