Sleep-related Breathing Disorders and Bruxism

Introduction

Sleep-related breathing disorders is an umbrella term used to describe disorders related to abnormal breathing during sleep where breathing is repeatedly disrupted. Bruxism is a common sleep-related movement disorder characterised by jaw clenching ...

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Benefits of Treatment


OSA has been associated with serious long term health consequences such as hypertension, metabolic dysfunction, cardiovascular disease (including heart failure and stroke), erectile dysfunction, neurocognitive deficits and may cause serious alteration to one's daytime vigilance, ...

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Treatment Process


At Smile Experts, the patient's sleep disordered breathing (SDB) will be managed in close collaboration with a team of sleep professionals. Advances in ambulatory monitoring technology allow objective sleep...

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FAQs


1. Why is Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) ideally suited for women with sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBD)?
2. My only complaint is snoring. Why can't I be fitted with an Oral Appliance Therapy without first going for a sleep test?
3. My husband has severe OSA and is usin...

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