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Treatment of Sleep Apnea and "The Full Breath Solution"

Description:
Dr. Bryan Kerpian, developer of the "The Full Breath Solution" outlines the fundamentals of dentally related sleep disorders and what kind of therapy can we readily facilitate in dental practice. The emphasis is placed on appliance therapy. In particular, ones that restrain and inhibit the tongue from obstructing the airway.

Date Added:
3/15/2010

Author(s):
Bryan Keropian, DDS
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (4/20/2016 10:17 PM)

Yes, the company we use is Sleep Group Solutions and Respire Oral Appliances which are both still operational and doing well. We utilize their services, equipment and appliances to treat Sleep Apnea. Go to link http://join.sleepgroupsolutions.com/respire-oral-appliances/

E Waring, Jr. - (4/20/2016 5:03 PM)

Is this device still being utilized? The website is not operational.

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