To Air is Human: To Breathe Freely, Divine

By office on Tuesday, November, 12th, 2019 in Airway No Comments

Originally posted at the Queen of Dental Hygiene. by Barbara Tritz, RDH, BS, MSB Breathing.  Why’s a dental hygienist writing about the airway!?  Again!  Because I want you to be healthy and live a life of wellness!  In my biological dental office, one of the most important, if not the most important thing we do, is evaluate your […]

Improving Health by Widening the Airway

By office on Thursday, December, 1st, 2016 in Oral-Systemic Connections No Comments

In his forthcoming book Six-foot Tiger, Three-foot Cage, biological dentist Dr. Felix Liao shows how a pinched airway can have serious, long-term effects on your overall health. The title describes the effect of a mouth too small to comfortably fit the tongue. The tongue is forced into the throat, where it “becomes a ‘tiger’ stressing […]

Sleep Apnea & Grinding Can Be a Thing of the Past – & You Can Thank the DNA Appliance for That!

By office on Wednesday, November, 2nd, 2016 in Oral-Systemic Connections 1 Comment

What do sleep apnea and tooth grinding (bruxing) have in common? They’re both signs that you’re not getting enough air. With apnea, you’re repeatedly choking and jolting awake – the body’s emergency response to a blocked airway. With bruxing, you’re often just trying to get your jaw into a position that lets you take in […]

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