Complex Sleep Apnea
Complex sleep apnea is the term used to describe a form of sleep disordered breathing in which repeated central apneas (>5 per hour) persist
In simple terms it’s when the central apneas persist for more than 5 hours . Mixed sleep apnea is a combination of both obstructive and central sleep apnea symptoms. Some patients being treated for obstructive sleep apnea with the use of CPAP machines develop symptoms of central sleep apnea on giving PAP therapy.
This phenomenon had long been noticed in sleep labs, but had not been previously researched.
Both BiPAP and ASV machines have shown improvement in therapy over CPAP machines for mixed sleep apnea there is still no best treatment for Mixed sleep apnea.
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In engineered occlusion it is seen that we create the best possible fit of teeth for the patient .In dental terms it’s called as bringing into occlusion or the perfect bite.
A Tmj( jaw joint ) specialist along with a dental occlusal specialist and a Epigeneticist an provide a Cranio-sacral Epigenetic appliance in a weeks’ time after due tests and sleep studies, or some may just need a correction of teeth fit with each other to see changes in the body.
Epigenetics refers to the study of long-term changes in gene expression, which may or may not be heritable, which are not caused by changes to the DNA sequence. These changes can result from chemical modifications to DNA , can be caused by changes to several regulatory mechanisms. Epigenetic markings can be inherited in some cases, and can change in response to environmental stimuli over the course of an organism's life.
Many diseases are known to have a genetic component, but the epigenetic mechanisms underlying many conditions are still being discovered. These changes can be the cause of symptoms to the disease. Several diseases, especially cancer, have been suspected of selectively turning genes on or off, thereby resulting in a capability for the tumorous tissues to escape the host’s immune reaction
Orthotic means giving Appliances and Splints in the mouth that help in relaxing the jaw joint at the position with maximum relaxation.
The muscles that control your jaw are powerful yet precise. They can exert enough force to chew a crusty roll or a thick steak, yet can be gentle enough to hold your teeth together when you bite a piece of thread. Relaxing and comforting neuromuscular dentistry at Zental Tmj & Body Pain Division.
Muscles that are not relaxed and comfortable however, can cause damage to the teeth, joints, or soft tissue in your mouth. This can result in a lot of problems from headaches and pains in the neck, back, and shoulders to ringing in the ears, aching or clicking jaw joints, gum recession, and tooth clenching or grinding, even to other systemic problems.
Zental Tmj & Body Pain Division offers painless solution to these and other related problems through neuromuscular dentistry and Craniofacial Dentistry a unique practice that focuses on finding the ideal position for your jaw muscles, where they can rest without any strain or tension. We develop the ideal bite using our appliances and devices.
Over the past several years, Dr.Sanjay Arora has developed his own techniques by which he can treat this practice differs from traditional dentistry in that it places emphasis on the activity of the muscles that move the jaw.
Like a builder erecting a new home, we want to ensure that your teeth and dental work have the strongest foundation possible. To find the most relaxed position for your jaw, we perform a process called “tensing,” which sends a mild electrical impulse to the muscles stimulating blood flow and relaxing them completely.
This enables us to establish your most comfortable biting position—which we can also track using our advanced K7 muscle evaluation system. This computerized diagnostic equipment allows us not only to treat your symptoms but also to help improve or even cure your problem.
We use this information to create a custom orthotic that you wear until your bite stabilizes and your symptoms disappear. For many patients, this can happen in as little as a few months. At that point, patients can decide whether to proceed with further treatment to permanently correct the underlying problem.
Give us a call to set up a consultation with Dr.Sanjay Arora and he’ll explain further how we can give you something to really smile about.