Speech pathologist Sharon Moore discusses orofacial-nasal-pharyngeal function in the management of sleep-disordered breathing This article outlines connections between medical and dental science, the whole-body health axis, the oral health-function axis, and sleep. The clinical relationship between the speech pathologist, who is dealing with processes and functions in the upper airway that govern alimentation and communication, …Read CE Article
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Drs. Barry Glassman and Don Malizia delve into sleep-breathing disorders and the orthodontists’ role in this medical subspecialty Introduction Sleep medicine is a young medical subspecialty. The medical community, as well as the population at large, is becoming more aware of the significant role that quality sleep plays in patients’ general health. Physicians who treat …Read CE Article
Dr. David Alpan shares his expertise with two digital tooth-moving technologies Abstract I thought it would be interesting to do a retrospective comparison6 of two different digital-based treatment outcomes with patients who presented with similar mal-occlusions, treatment time, age, and a desire for similar outcomes. This article will focus on two digital-based treatment systems while …Read CE Article
Drs. Bridgette Jones Brooks, Bryan Keith Blankenship, and Jared Stasi continue their exploration of the literature regarding clear aligners as compared to traditional braces Introduction The aim of this study is to review the appropriate literature concerning adverse physiological events experienced by patients being treated with Invisalign® appliances and comparing this literature to that of …Read CE Article
Dr. Chad Foster illustrates a technique for patients with moderate-to-severe crowding or protrusion Establishing proper labiolingual inclination of the upper anterior teeth is considered a high esthetic priority in orthodontic treatment. Significant crowding and protrusion of the upper anterior teeth are two of the more common motivating factors for patients seeking orthodontic treatment.1 The final …Read CE Article
Drs. Bridgette Jones Brooks, Bryan Keith Blankenship, and Jared Stasi explore the literature regarding clear aligners as compared to traditional braces Experimental hypotheses Based on an extensive review of the literature, the experimental hypotheses state that Patients being orthodontically treated with Invisalign® experience less discomfort than patients being treated with traditional fixed appliances. Patients being …Read CE Article
JoAn Majors, RDA, CSP, discusses how technology and outsourcing can improve efficiencies during COVID-19 times and beyond Recently on a call, a team member explained, “I don’t have the time to chat with my patients. With reviewing a screening form, recording temperature, timing CaviCide™ spray for 3 minutes (wipe), plus 3 more minutes, plus a …Read CE Article
Lea Chatham describes ways that text messages can update and connect patients Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, dentists have faced office closings and challenges to reopening. Dentists have had to work diligently to communicate with patients effectively and within HIPAA guidelines. As patients increasingly depend on technologies such as the internet and social media for …Read CE Article