Surgeon’s Perspective

Pediatric Sleep Apnea: Don’t miss out on making the diagnosis

by Bryce Williams, DDS, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Assistant Professor, University of Utah Heath Care         Your Thursday clinic is completely booked. As you move from patient to patient you tackle each problem presented to you in the most efficient way that you can. Thomas, your patient in exam room 4, is doing well at his 6 month recall appointment and requires occlusal sealants today. Lisa in exam room 2, a 36 year-old female with primary snoring, has had …

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Jeffory J. Wyscarver, RPSGT

Interviewed by Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD Dr. Michael DiTolla: Many of our readers see the term “sleep bruxism” and wonder what this is? Jeff Wyscarver: The beginning for me with regards to tackling sleep bruxism came when I started talking to a number of dentists and notable pain clinic specialists who had a desire to be able to measure jaw activity while a patient slept. We introduced a device to dentistry that allowed us to measure the airway and …

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