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Snoring can be a real problem, not only for the person who snores, but for the partner and other family members who live with the snorer....
ClearDream®, a dorsal oral appliance, FDA Cleared for the treatment of snoring and mild or moderate sleep apnea in adults uses ‘fins’ on...
The SomnoDent® ALPHA is a new transitional oral appliance, designed by SomnoMed® to help patients sleep better immediately. The all new...
The Morning Repositioner is a hands-free bite deprogrammer designed to help return the patient’s mandible back to its pre-treatment...
NuCalm is a patented neuroscience technology proven to quickly, safely, and predictably relax the mind and body within minutes and...
More than a third of American adults get an insufficient amount of sleep. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research...
SomnoMed is the first and only company to receive FDA 510(k) clearance to offer the compliance micro- recording feature for their oral...
MicroDental Laboratories’ MicrO2 obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) device is the first CAD/CAM milled OSA device and offers dentists an...
SomnoMed’s SomnoDent Herbst Advance is an oral device that features a visual calibration indicator for the treatment of OSA, giving...
The new Fusion offers patient specific calibration using 3 removable wings for 1mm of protrusion on the bottom, and fine calibration in...
Imagine affordable quality in an easy to use device. The SomnoDent AIR represents the next level of simplicity in the world of oral...
The Moses Oral Airway Dilator Modern Dental Laboratory USAThe unique design of the Moses Appliance increases patient comfort and...

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  • Marie

    Can wings make time fly when it comes to making adjustments to a chronic obstructive sleep apnea device? They can when they’re part of the SomnoDent Fusion™ from SomnoMed, which features two titration technologies to achieve a 8.5mm adjustment range. A maxillary lug on device allows for small tweaks (.1mm), but for larger adjustments (1 mm), use...

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  • Marie

    Have you ever used a product and thought, “This would be so much better if they had just…”? or “If they had asked me, I would have suggested they…” SomnoMed, a manufacturer of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) products, solicited just that kind of feedback from its users—and made changes to what was already a successful product. The SomnoDent Herbst...

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  • John Comisi

    Q: You’ve described sleep breathing disorders as a pillar of contemporary oral health care. Why should other clinicians see them as such? A: It is my opinion that dentists should be on the front line for screening and identifying those patients with sleep breathing disorders. There are countless adults and children who are afflicted with this...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    Every dental practice has an abundance of patients who can benefit from dental sleep medicine. Finding and successfully treating them takes commitment and persistence by the entire team, but it’s well worth the effort. Here’s how to get started: The first thing interested dentists should do is educate themselves and their staff on the practice...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious matter. It can increase the risk for high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, stroke, diabetes, and depression. Most people who are diagnosed with OSA are treated with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). While these devices can successfully treat OSA, patient compliance can be very low. So...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    How many times a day do you ask a patient to open wider? Well, now you can tell them (nicely, of course) to keep their mouths shut. New research suggests that people who sleep with their mouths open are at increased risk for tooth decay. According to a study recently published by the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, mouth breathing during sleep...

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