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Published on Jul 24, 2013
"This is the first good night's sleep we've had in 10 years," said a couple who's managing sleep apnea with an oral device made by a prosthodontist, a specialized dentist with advanced training in oral health issues.
Prosthodontists work with sleep physicians on multi-disciplinary teams to improve patient outcomes. Visit GoToAPro.org to help #stopthesnore. American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends an oral device for patients who can't tolerate CPAP, or who travel overseas and need a portable solution.