Orthodontic Practice US (Volume 7 Number 2) | March 31, 2016 This article seeks to evaluate the 3D volumetric changes that are necessary to treat pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Adult static therapies are not indicated for children. Children require dynamic...
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Optimal Dental Therapy for OSA
September 2015 | Dentalcetoday.com Optimal is a very different than acceptable, especially if you are the patient. This case study will highlight the need for a structural assessment of the 4 points of the airway prior to treatment utilizing CBCT (i-CAT). In...
CBCT in the evaluation of airway — minimizing orthodontic relapse
Orthodontic Practice US | April 1, 2015 Dr. Steven Olmos Discusses the Four Points of Breathing Obstruction For those of us who treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or those who have tried but run into problems that make you want to throw up your hands, think about the...
Clinical Practice Guideline for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Snoring with Oral Appliance Therapy: An Update for 2015
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine | 2015 An American Academy of Sleep Medicine and American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Clinical Practice Guideline Kannan Ramar, MBBS, MD1; Leslie C. Dort, DDS2; Sheri G. Katz, DDS3; Christopher J. Lettieri, MD4; Christopher G....
Dentistry’s New Direction – “The Starting Point”
Oral Health | March 2014 by Steven Olmos, DDS, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, DAAPM, FAAOP, FAACP, FICCMO, FADI, FIAO I am so excited to be a dentist in the year 2014. I started out way back in 1977 as a freshman at the University of Southern California dental school wanting...
Oral Health – Future of Dentistry (Part 3)
Oral Health | 2011 by Steven Olmos, DDS, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, DAAPM, FAAOP, FAACP, FICCMO, FADI, FIAO We need to evaluate our system of treatment. A patient presents with worn dentition or complaints of muscle soreness. The dentist produces a nightguard without...
Use of a sibilant phoneme registration protocol to prevent upper airway collapse in patients with TMD
Gurdev Dave Singh & Steven Olmos © Springer-Verlag 2007 Patients with temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) require correction of mandibular position, but the ideal position for the mandible remains controversial. Miralles et al.  found the amount of freeway...
The Effect of Condyle Fossa Relationships on Head Posture
THE JOURNAL OF CRANIOMANDIBULAR PRACTICE | Jaunuary 2005 Steven R. Olmos, D.D.S.; Donna Kritz-Silverstein, Ph.D.; William Halligan, D.D.S.; Sarah T. Silverstein Although it is commonly accepted that there is an interrelationship between the temporomandibular joint...
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