Case Studies

Case Studies

Case Studies

Case Studies

Believe it or not - men, women, and children all suffer from OSA. Here are some case studies and anecdotes we hope you find helpful.

Hotel

In recent years I have become impassioned with the study of ‘dental sleep medicine’; the management of obstructive sleep apnea. On reflection, I have treated many of the symptoms of apnea for years without ever recognizing the origin or the significance.

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Sylvester

These cartoon ‘headaches’, or course, were often self-inflicted in one way or another. Believe it or not, the same may hold true in the real world; the huge difference, however, is for those who suffer from frequent headache pain, there is nothing funny about it.

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sleep apnea

Thank you for your interest in the Sleep Apnea Report 2017: The “Not So Silent Killer”. This report will help you understand sleep apnea and the related health risks, how to recognize the symptoms and your options to manage this disorder. More importantly, this report will provide information to improve your health and your personal relations through better sleep. It just might save your life and those of your loved ones.

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Green umbrella on a sunny day

You may have noticed upon casual observation that people’s heads seem to be attached to their bodies. It might surprise you, however, that your dentist and physician may tend to forget that basic anatomic concept...

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Smiling old woman while touching someone's hand

The word ‘Doctor’ is derived from the latin doctus which means teacher.  The word ‘Physician’ means one skilled in the art of healing.  The word ‘Dentist’ I think must mean one who is a tooth mechanic, because it seems as if we spend much of our day fixing things that are broken.  I much prefer the definitions provided from the first two.

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