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Oral Appliance to Treat Sleep Apnea

The Advantages Oral Appliance Therapy is the newest, non-invasive remedy that works for both men and women alike. An Oral appliance is comfortable to wear, very quiet, portable and easy to care for. Visiting the Dentist Your dentist will work with your sleep doctor in order to treat both snoring and sleep apnea. The initial […]

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Recent Web Conference with Dr. Bogrow

The Web-Conference was about new technology ( MATRx) that will accurately predict which patients will be successfully treated with Oral Appliance therapy. Dr. Bogrow had the privilege of presenting with Dr. John Remmers who is the Chief Medical officer and Co-founder of Zephyr Sleep Technologies and a pioneer in the field of Sleep medicine/ dentistry. […]

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The Utility of the Elbow Sign in the Diagnosis of OSA

Is this the future of triaging patients for potential OSA? This has been a long-standing process by partners of people who snore or in some cases stop breathing. Who knew we were helping to lead a medical advancement? All I was trying to do was get a good night’s sleep. A small clinical observation reported […]

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Oral Appliance Therapy Guideline Released

The Guideline, jointly issued by the AADSM and AASM, is great news for both patients who are CPAP intolerant, and dentists who deliver Dental Sleep Medicine. This Guideline is great news for patients suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) as it endorses a more collaborative approach between the dental and medical communities. The Guideline specifically supports a qualified dentist fabricating a custom, titrate-able device, […]

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Six Tricks to Help You Stop Snoring

Help may be available for the 37 million Americans who snore (and their partners), thanks to a new therapy. The treatment is called oral myofunctional therapy. The treatment employs a series of exercises to strengthen the tongue and soft palate. Exercises are particularly beneficial for individuals with mild to moderate snoring who do not have […]

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