Sleep Apnea Patient Interview

by chaseccenter | Jul 2, 2014 | Obstructive Sleep Apnea |

Obstructive Sleep Apnea may result in obscure symptoms that can be hard to diagnose. At Chase Cranialorthopedic Center, we see that everything is connected. We look to fix the root of the issue rather than merely treating symptoms. This interview is from such a..

 
 

Movement Disorders in Dentistry

by chaseccenter | Jul 2, 2014 | Cranialmandibular Cervical Disorders |

Video Transcription As I lecture, I realize that dentists continue to view their professional world from their time in dental school. What I view as important gets left behind as student clinical requirement pressures take over and those hurdles become the top...

 
 

Stress, Inflammation, and Stomatognathic PathophysiologyCranialmandibular cervical disorders

by chaseccenter | April, 2014 | Cranialmandibular Cervical Disorders |

Obstructive sleep apnea, and periodontal disease all generate systemic Inflammation and potential pathology.
Pathophysiology is inter-related such as the HPA and stress hormone metabolic pathways. Dr. Chase’s lecture to medical and dental professionals in Kyoto.... 16min.

 

Oral Appliances for Obstructive Sleep Apnea - Testimonial

by chaseccenter | September, 2016 | Cranialmandibular Cervical Disorders 

Patients like oral appliances over CPAP for the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Success has two parts; one is does it work, which research shows oral appliances do. Second, it will the patient use it and again research shows a much higher percentage of patients continue to wear the oral appliances versus CPAP machines.