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Oral appliances may work for mild but not severe sleep apnea
- By Beverly Merz, Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch
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Beverly Merz, Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch
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A study done in SEPT 2013 concluded – “In adults with predominately moderate to severe OSA, the short term (one month) use of an adjustable MAD was not inferior to CPAP in its impact on 24 hour mean ambulatory blood pressure, daytime sleepiness, disease specific and general quality of life.”
Before occasionally read this article, I had no idea about sleep apnea. It can’t be overlooked if the symptoms happened and measures should be taken to minimize the effect. BOC Sciences as one of the leading biochemical suppliers always eyes on the sleep problems, aiming to provide better support to the relevant researches.
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You need to be introduced to Dr Dave Singh DDSC PhD BDS. He is the founder of the field of Epigenetic Orthodontics and Pneumopedics( non-surgical Airway remodeling) and the inventor of the MRNA appliance which will remodel the bone of the Craniofacial region correcting the underdevelopment of the midface. If you are at the Seattle Sleep 2015 medical meeting at the Washington state convention center this Monday and Tuesday I would be more than happy to introduce you. I can also show you a pre and post treatment airway of a 60 year old male that had his airway increased by 233% that was 3D printed to illustrate the changes to the airway and the concept of pneumopedics.
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