Media Archives : July – December 2009

American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
Friday, January 29, 2010

Dental Products Report – December 14, 2009
Breathe easy -- Dentists treat obstructive sleep apnea to energize their practices
By The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine

Four experts in dental sleep medicine explain the latest education trends in oral appliance therapy and why a growing number of dentists now treat sleep apnea.

Wall Street Journal – Sleep Apnea Report – December 11, 2009
AADSM – Growing number of dentists now treat sleep apnea

AADSM President Jeffrey Pancer, DDS, explains how dentists can screen for and treat obstructive sleep apnea, helping many patients who cannot tolerate CPAP. – October 22, 2009
Dental sleep medicine -- dentists treat obstructive sleep apnea patients with oral appliance therapy, expanding their practices
By Emilee McStay

This article addresses the increasing number of educational courses offered in dental sleep medicine and the growing group of dentists who are trained to treat sleep apnea patients.

Medical Edge from Mayo Clinic on - October 22, 2009
Loud Snoring May Be a Sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
By Kevin Reid, DMD

AADSM member Kevin Reid, DMD, answers a patient’s questions about Sleep Apnea, providing detailed information on the diagnosis, treatment and risks of OSA.

Sleep Review - October 8, 2009
University-Level Dental Sleep Medicine Program Opens in Boston

AADSM President, Jeffrey Pancer, quoted in story about Tufts University’s new dental sleep medicine program.

BlogTalkRadio - September 30, 2009
What Does the Dentists have to do with Improving Your Sleep?
By Nancy Rothstein

AADSM President, Jeffrey Pancer, DDS, talks about why he started practicing dental sleep medicine and how Oral Appliance Therapy can offer huge benefits to Obstructive Sleep Apnea patients.

The Plainfield Sun - September 30, 2009
Sleep apnea aid: Oral appliance gains favor over CPAP machine among professionals, sufferers
By Denise M. Baran-Unland For the Herald News

AADSM member Dr. Richard Craig explains the value Oral Appliance Therapy can provide patients who cannot tolerate or comply with CPAP.

Wall Street Journal – Sleep Report - August 7, 2009
AADSM: Oral treatments Offer Alternative to CPAP for Sleep Apnea Patients

AADSM President Dr. Jeffrey Pancer discusses the seriousness of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and the effectiveness of Oral Appliance Therapy in treating OSA.

National Public Radio – August 3, 2009
Snoring Can Indicate Treatable Sleep Condition
By Patti Neighmond

AADSM member Dr. Mark Friedman discusses the benefits of dental sleep medicine and the numerous training opportunities offered by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

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