Straight talk about crooked teeth.
This article explains the high comorbidity of craniofacial pain with obstructive sleep breathing disorders and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
This female patient was seen at age 12 years, for routine dental examination. The chief dental features were the deep overbite, minor lower incisor crowding and insufficient space for the lower right canine.
Learn about this combination therapy with clear
aligners and the Aligner Sleep Appliance
The prematurely born and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) could affect craniofacial and airway growth. The purpose of this study is to compare the differences in craniofacial and airway morphology between preterm and full-term children both with OSA problem.
This section explains how TMJ affects the spine structure and the nervous system. Subsequently, explanation of how FCST is unique in treating TMJ to other treatments available is provided.
Sleep fragmentation in children more often presents as hyperactivity, demonstrating attention problems
and difficulties concentrating.