sleep dentistry

SleepArchiTx introduces the Aligner Sleep Appliance
SleepArchiTx introduces the Aligner Sleep ApplianceThe Aligner Sleep Appliance is the first and only appliance to treat sleep disorders in conjunction with aligner therapy.
I Use That: Nox T3 portable sleep monitor
I Use That: Nox T3 portable sleep monitorWhy one doctor prefers recommending this home monitoring system to detect airway and sleep issues.
The 2017 innovator profilesDPR unveils its 2017 Innovator Profiles, including Dentrix, Bisco, the Chicago Dental Society and Whip Mix.
How to stop an epidemic: The rise of sleep apnea
How to stop an epidemic: The rise of sleep apneaSleep disorders are on the rise—some experts even call it an “epidemic” in the united states. And while Cpap machines are still the most commonly prescribed solutions, oral appliances are gaining steam as treatment options. So how is dentistry adapting to this revenue stream—and how is dentistry saving lives?
How technology is REALLY changing the dental workflow
How technology is REALLY changing the dental workflowIt’s obvious to any observer that technology has drastically impacted the way dentists practice—and the way they work with the dental team and specialists and how they interact with patients. we asked professionals from around the country: how is technology really changing dentistry? Here’s what they told us.
SomnoMed partners with Benco Dental

Sleep apnea can and should have an awful lot to do with you and your practice. Recent studies have proven that oral appliance therapy is effective when treating patients with mild to moderate sleep apnea—that’s where big opportunities can arise for dentists.

Snoring increases risk for cancer

A research team led by Dr. Javier Nieto at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has released a study showing that sleep disordered breathing (SDB) can deprive the body from oxygen and this deprivation can result in the development of cancerous tumors.

CDA 2012: Video interview with Airway Management about the TAP oral appliance used to treat sleep apnea

In this live video interview from CDA 2012, Executive Editor Stan Goff talks with Dr. Gary Bailey about the TAP oral appliance used to treat sleep apnea from Airway Management.