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Dental Sleep Medicine 3

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Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014 11:35 Written by
Dr.Wesam Al-saadiTreatment Modalities Some treatments involve lifestyle changes, such as avoiding alcohol or muscle relaxants, losing weight, and quitting smoking. Many people benefit from sleeping at a 30-degree elevation of the upper body or higher, as if in a recliner. Doing so helps prevent the gravitational collapse of the airway.…

Dental Sleep Medicine 2

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Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014 11:17 Written by
Dr.Wesam Al-saadi How to recognize a sleep apnea patient ? There are risk factors among patients, that can alert us to do further investigation to our patients role out sleep apnea disorder

Dental Sleep Medicine 1

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Published: Tuesday, 26 August 2014 10:16 Written by
Dr.Wesam Al-saadi We can see that Dentists around the world start to draw attention to this new topic in dentistry, since we can be so helpful to sleep apnea patients, learning about this topic is a priority for us now, to help our patients in a way no other physician…
Dr. Derek Mahony Anti-aging is a branch of medicine focused on how to prevent, slow or reverse the effects of aging thus helping people to live longer and healthier lives. Recently, however, more evidence-based medicine has led to anti-aging becoming a multi-billion dollar industry with over 12 billion dollars spent…

LONG TERM STABILITY OF DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS IN THE CONSTRICTED MAXILLA

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Published: Monday, 14 July 2014 08:50 Written by
Dr. Derek Mahony Distraction Osteogenesis is a scientifically proven technique to expand the arches in non‑growing individuals. The clinician must pay close attention to what appliance they would use, when they should start turning, how many times the appliance should be turned per week, and how long they should retain…

What is Trichotillomania (Hair-Pulling) and Can OM Really Help?

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Published: Sunday, 06 July 2014 11:29 Written by
Sandra R. Coulson The answer to that question is absolutely! Trichotillomania, also known as trichotillosis or “trich” for ‘short,’ is a hair pulling disorder. It is described as the compulsive urge to pull out and sometimes eat one’s own hair. It has treated mainly by psychiatrists and physicians by prescribing…

Cocos Nucifera: Its Properties and Contributions to Dentistry

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Published: Sunday, 15 June 2014 09:20 Written by
Though still part of daily diets for many, traditions consider Coconut or Cocos nucifera, and its components have valuable properties for medical and healing purposes ... this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS
Thalassaemia is the single most common gene disorder in the world and represents major health burden, The aim of the study was to assess the radiological changes of the oral and craniofacial region in β thalassaemic children with in the age group of 12-16 yrs ... this article is reprinted…

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