Ozone Therapy in Dentistry

Ozone Therapy in Dentistry

Ozone Therapy has many uses in dentistry. It sterilizes the pockets around the gums and arrests gum disease. It also cleans and sterilizes the tooth prior to placing the filling or crown. The biggest advantage of using ozone therapy is that it kills bacteria, viruses,...

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MicrO2 Sleep and Snore Device by ProSomnus

MicrO2 Sleep and Snore Device by ProSomnus

MicrO2 is a new oral appliance by ProSomnus that is designed based on clinical expertise of leaders in the field of Dental Sleep Medicine. One of the major advantages of this sleep apnea appliance is that it is thinner and stronger with significantly less overall bulk...

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Oxygen/Ozone Therapy in Dentistry

Oxygen/Ozone Therapy in Dentistry

There are many uses for oxygen/ozone therapy in dentistry, including the treatment of gum disease. Bacteria can hide in the deep pockets around the tooth, which is an impossible area to reach with a toothbrush. The infective microorganisms have no natural defense when...

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Non-Invasive Sleep Apnea Alternatives to Inspire Therapy

Non-Invasive Sleep Apnea Alternatives to Inspire Therapy

A new addition to the repertoire for treating sleep apnea is a technique generally named Inspire. A pacemaker like device is surgically implanted under the clavicle which is attached to a wire. The wire stimulates the hypoglossal nerve (the nerve innervating the...

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Alternative Insomnia Treatments

Alternative Insomnia Treatments

There are many reasons why a person may suffer from insomnia. Some causes are physical, some are emotional, and others are related to stress. Many insomniacs are given pain medication or sleep medication to treat their condition, and pharmacological treatment is the...

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What are the Effects of Insomnia?

What are the Effects of Insomnia?

Many patients who have sleep apnea also complain of insomnia. Although they are two conditions that often occur together, they are not associated, and there are many different factors that can contribute to insomnia. Some factors include medication, hormonal changes,...

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What are some of the visible clinical signs of OSA?

What are some of the visible clinical signs of OSA?

According to the National Research and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, there are many visible signs of sleep apnea that a sleep dentist can detect during a routine dental check-up. One of these signs includes a neck size of 15 inches or greater for...

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Treating Asymptomatic Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Treating Asymptomatic Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Hypertension can be caused by Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and is deemed a "silent killer" because people often do not show any symptoms. Sleep apnea may also be considered a "silent killer" because of the link to cardiovascular disease and because so many people...

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