TMJ, Disorders, Sleep Disordered Breathing and Your Health
New research shows a clear link between the destructive and painful effects of TMJ disorders and varying stages of sleep apnea and restricted breathing.
Oral health, as well as general health can be significantly impacted by these conditions which may affect as many as 30-40% of the population. LMH Medical Staff member and Lawrence Restorative Dentist, James Otten, DDS, will discuss the link between TMJ problems, worn teeth, sleep disordered breathing and other related conditions such as GERD in this interactive forum. Advance enrollment requested, please.
TMJ Disorders, Sleep Disordered Breathing and Health
Tuesday July 22, 6:30-8:00 pm, Meeting Room A, lower level