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Posted: February 09, 2021
A new device has just been approved on February 5th, 2021 to treat sleep apnea by the FDA.   For Immediate Release: February 05, 2021 Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized marketing of a new prescription only device intended to reduce snoring and mild obstructive sleep apnea.… Read Full Post
Posted: October 22, 2020
A new article published today in Neurology Advisor "Assessing the Overlapping Brain Pathologies in Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Alzheimer Disease" emphasizes another reason why sleep apnea treatment is important. According to the article "In a study of autopsied brain tissue, increased OSA severity… Read Full Post
Posted: March 15, 2017
There is finally a cur.e for Sleep Apnea after years of Sleep Apnea Treatment. The DNA Appliance can grow larger healthier airways. Science now needs to do the research to determine what percentage of patients can be cured and be free of oral appliance and CPAP. The fields of Sleep Medicine and… Read Full Post
Posted: November 13, 2008
Sleep Apnea & Snoring Treatment Treatment of sleep apnea is well supported by research in the field of anti-aging. With the repeated disruption of the sleep cycle, patients feel the effects on many different levels, and experience hormonal imbalance as a result of the lack of rejuvenating… Read Full Post
Posted: August 03, 2006
Dealing with the Great Imposter By Ira Shapira, D.D.S., F.I.C.C.M.O. Mary has been in pain for over 28 years. She has dealt with headaches, facial pain, and neck pain for as long as she can remember and has seen every neurologist and pain specialist, massage therapist, and chiropractor she has… Read Full Post
Posted: January 01, 2005
Some Patients Experience Problems Such as Discomfort and Bite Changes By Ira L. Shapira, DDS FICCMO It is now acknowledged that oral appliances are well-accepted treatment of mild and moderate sleep apnea and are even being used successfully with severe sleep apnea in patients that do not… Read Full Post
Posted: August 08, 2004
I HATE CPAP!® By Ira L. Shapira, DDS FICCMO Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that can decrease the quality and quantity of your life if it is not treated. Apnea comes from the Greek and means want of breath. Sleep apnea is the periodic cessation of breathing during sleep. There are two… Read Full Post