bimaxillary expansion therapy for pediatric sleep-disordered breathing

Bimaxillary expansion therapy for pediatric sleep-disordered breathing

Authors: Stacey D. Quo, Nelly Hyunh, Christian Guilleminault

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March 19,2018

sleep-disordered breathing in children

Sleep-disordered Breathing in Children

Research by: CAROLE L. MARCUS

Introduction: Sleep is a major physiological drive. The average child spends almost one-half of his or her life asleep. A newborn will sleep for as much....

March 14,2018

snoring and sleep-disordered breathing in young children: subjective and objective correlates

Snoring and Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Young Children: Subjective and Objective Correlates

Research by: Hawley E. Montgomery-Downs, PhD; Louise M. O’Brien, PhD; Cheryl R. Holbrook, MAT, RPSGT; David Gozal, MD

Study Objectives: We sought to assess the predictive valid....

March 14,2018

risks of sdb in children (2014)

Risks of SDB in Children (2014)

“Does your child snore? Does he breathe through his mouth when he sleeps? Do you ever notice pauses in your child’s breathing while she’s asleep? If you’ve answered yes to a....

December 01,2016

the perfect start system (healthy start®) is effective in addressing sleep disordered breathing in children (2014)

The Perfect Start System (Healthy Start®) is Effective in Addressing Sleep Disordered Breathing in Children (2014)

“The Healthy Start System is a series of specially designed appliances that are provided to help promote proper breathing habits. The system addresses mouth breathing, an open- bite, narrow p....

December 01,2016

unraveling pediatric airway disorders (2014)

Unraveling Pediatric Airway Disorders (2014)

“At a minimum, I think every dentist should be able to spot pediatric sleep-related breathing disorder symptoms, mouth breathing, and a tight lingual frenum. As mentioned above, children shou....

November 30,2016

connections in children's brains strengthen during sleep (2013)

Connections in children's brains strengthen during sleep (2013)

“While young children sleep, connections between the left and the right hemispheres of their brain strengthen, which may help brain functions mature, according to a new study by the Universit....

November 30,2016