Past president of AADSM discusses oral sleep appliances in podcast

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Dr. Nancy Addy, a dentist and past president of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, was recently interviewed on NPR’s Cool Science Radio on the topic of “New Treatments for Sleep Apnea.”

Dr. Addy talks with the hosts of the show about the science of sleep apnea, and how those cumbersome and noisy CPAP machines are starting to be replaced by a simple oral device.

22-million Americans suffer from sleep apnea and if you’re one of them, or if you share a bed with one of them, you’ll definitely want to listen in.

Listen to the podcast at the link below!

https://www.npr.org/podcasts/608610021/k-p-c-w-cool-science-radio?fbclid=IwAR2fdu5Q_k-c_QfznXsGuIKGFhEFjuGM_PkSzroKkrw850bQeujrgWdx7d0

If you have any questions about sleep apnea or oral sleep appliances please feel free to contact Dr. Fox.