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Sleep Apnea: How Dentists Can Help Dentists Can Play a Critical Role In the Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Of Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a chronic condition in which your muscles relax during sleep and your soft tissue collapses and blocks your airway. As… Continue Reading

Can Sleep Apnea Impair Beauty?

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a structural condition, which is seen as a sleep condition rather than a structural condition during sleep. Studying the same… Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea Link To Holistic Healthcare

While complementary and alternative healthcare essentially focus on living in a health-supporting environment, holistic health focuses on the interconnections in the body the long and… Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea: How Dentists Can Help

Dentists Can Play a Critical Role In the Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Of Sleep Apnea Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a chronic condition in which… Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea, TMJ, Or a Bad Bite? Myofunctional Therapy Can Help Children and Adults

By Sarah Faust, RDH and Carrie Samora, RDH Sleep is one of the most important activities the human body needs in order to function on… Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea and Impaired Oral Function: How Dentistry Relates to Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes

The body prioritizes for its survival, as illustrated in the CPR (cardio-pulmonary-resuscitation) sequence of airway (A), breathing (B) and circulation (C). This sequence is active… Continue Reading

Beauty and Sleep Apnea

Many people have become familiar with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) over the years, mostly through an association with snoring.  As more and more information has… Continue Reading

Women and Sleep Apnea: Menopause, Airway, Posture and More: Part Three

Part Three Our Genetics and Environment Influence our body’s need for compensating to manage an appropriate supply of oxygen to our cells from micro-second to… Continue Reading

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