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

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

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

Sleep Apnea and Related Breathing Disorders The Dentist’s Role In Management and Treatment

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Obstructive sleep apnea, usually characterized by severe snoring is now recognized as a life threatening disorder associated with higher rates of stroke and heart attack ... Continue Reading

Women, Sleep Apnea, Menopause, Airway, Posture and More Part 2

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Part 2 During the menopause period we see posture changes in women involving an increase in curvature of the lower neck and upper back area. ... Continue Reading

Oral Appliances For Sleep Apnea Improve Insomnia

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

The Mayo Clinic and various medical dictionaries suggest that insomnia is a persistent disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay ... Continue Reading

How Sleep Apnea Relates To Knee and Hip Joint Replacement

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

The answer is that they share a common root cause, which is the unique anatomy of the throat (oral pharynx) of human species. It is ... Continue Reading

Alternative Orthodontics – Advanced Lightwire Functionals (ALF)

By Sheri Salartash, DDS, FAGD

The advanced light force dental appliance was developed by a dentist who asked a simple yet profound question Why do some orthodontic techniques create a ... Continue Reading

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: What Don’t We Know

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Does this title get your attention?  Let’s see how all this is connected. What do we know that which…? We know that we know We ... Continue Reading

Apnea, Beauty, and Gorgeous Smiles

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Please note that the title is “apnea”, rather than “sleep apnea” or “obstructive sleep apnea” (OSA). Although the medical/dental professions recognize OSA as a structural ... Continue Reading

Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Heart Disease, Stroke and Diabetes

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

Adults who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea are three times more likely to also have diabetes, according to study published in the Journal of Oral ... Continue Reading

DNA Appliance Therapy For Sleep Apnea and TMJ

By Sheri Salartash, DDS, FAGD

The Daytime Nighttime Appliance® (DNA) is a removable appliance that works by widening the upper arch and nasal passages allowing more airflow to pass through. ... Continue Reading
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