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
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by J.M. DeBord The dreaming mind is a translator. It takes input received while dreaming and translates it into symbolic imagery. The type of input runs the gamut from memories, …Read Article
by Robert M. Grill, DDS Did I really want to treat “TMJ” patients? No! Who in their right mind would? It was 25 years ago, and I had been in …Read Article
by Allen J. Moses, DDS, Elizabeth T. Kalliath, DMD, and Gloria Pacini, RDH Introduction The diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) solely based a Poly-SomnoGraphic study (PSG) is a “rule-in” …Read Article
by Diana Batoon DMD Maybe you have the next Steve Jobs, Lebron James, or Malala Yousafzai in your practice and they are 8 years old. Yet they have asthma, crooked …Read Article
What therapeutic options does a sleep dentist have when Oral Appliance (OA) monotherapy fails? Since most dental sleep patients choose OAT (oral appliance therapy) because they have already rejected CPAP …Read Article
by Samuel J. Higdon, DDS This is the fourth article in a series that has addressed the issues of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMDs) as they relate to providing Oral Appliance Treatment …Read Article
by Gregory K. Ross, DDS The fabrication of custom oral sleep appliance has conventionally required dental impressions and a bite record of the therapeutic starting point. Once this is done …Read Article