Sleep Apnea and Oral Cancer

As dentists, you perform extra and intra-oral exams of your patient’s mouth, neck, and airway on a regular basis while screening for oral cancer. You understand that these health screenings are important, lifesaving moments in a patient’s health journey– so why not do that with a similarly deadly condition (when untreated) like sleep apnea? Detecting…

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Sleep Apnea and Men’s Health

While we at Sleep Group Solutions stress that obstructive sleep apnea can impact any demographic, men are afflicted with the condition in a majority. Statistically, around 24-31% of males and 9-21% of females experience the condition at some point in their lives.  As always, it’s important to consider the individual when assessing or treating anything,…

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Sleep Apnea and Mental Health

According to the World Health Organization, one in four people will be affected by some mental or neurological disorder in their lifetime. General wellness is intertwined with mental health, and sleep is a well-known factor that has a huge impact on both. Everyone has experienced the impact that lack of sleep can have on their…

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