Spot the sleep disorder

If a patient is found to be at potential risk of OSA, they should be referred to an ear, nose and throat specialist.

Dentists have an important role to play in recognising sleep disordered breathing and, as a result, offering sufferers the greatest possible chance of treatment and recovery. Chris Sheedy reports That boy at the back of your child’s classroom, the one […]

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