References of Scientific Papers

Dr. Mason understands that life is busy. Between work and taking care of loved ones, it can be challenging to find resources about sleep apnea. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place.

The list below contains many studies and scientific papers that are sleep apnea specific that contain information on sleep apnea symptoms and health risks, diagnosis, and treatment options.

  1. Bhattacharee R, Kim J, Kheirandish-Gozal L: Obesity and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in children: a tale of inflammatory cascades. Pediatr Pulmonol 2001;46:313-323.
  2. Lavigne GJ, Cistulli PA, Smith MT: Anatomic predisposing factors in OSA. In Lavigne GJ, Cistulli PA, Smith MT (eds): Sleep Medicine for Dentists: A Practical Overview. Hanover Park, IL, Quintessence, 2009, p. 43.
  3. Chi L: Identification of craniofacial risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea using three-dimensional MRI. Eur Respire J 2011;38:348-358.
  4. Balasubramaniam R, Klasser G, Cistulli P, et al: The link between sleep bruxism, sleep-disordered breathing and temporomandibular disorders: An evidence-based review. J Dent Sleep Med 2014;1:27-37.
  5. Yoshida K: A polysomnographic study on masticatory and tongue muscle activity during obstructive and central sleep apnea. J Oral Rehabil 1998;25:603-609.
  6. Hollowell DE, Suratt PM: Activation of masseter muscles with inspiratory resistance loading. J Appl Physio 1989;67:270-275.
  7. Hollowell DE, Surrat PM: Mandible position and activation of submental and masseter muscles during sleep. J Appl Physio 1991;71:2267-2273.
  8. Carra MC, Huynh N, Lavigne G: Sleep bruxism: A comprehensive overview for the dental clinician interested in sleep medicine. Dent Clin North Am 2012;56:387-413.
  9. Holley AB, Letieri CJ, Shah AA: Efficacy of an adjustable oral appliance and comparison with continuous positive airway pressure for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Chest 2011;140:1511-1516.
  10. Schames SE, Schames JM, Schames M, et al: Sleep bruxism, an autonomic self-regulatory response by triggering the trigeminal cardiac reflex. J Calif Dent Assoc 2012;40:670-676.
  11. Saito M, Yagamaguchi T, Mikami S, et al: Temporal association between sleep apnea-hypopnea and sleep bruxism events. J Sleep Res 2013 Nov 4. Doi: 10.1111/jsr.12099. [Epub ahead of print].
  12. Lavigne GJ, Cistulli PA, Smith MT: Clinical approach to the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea. In Lavigne GJ, Cistulli PA, Smith MT (eds): Sleep Medicine for Dentists: A Practical Overview. Hanover Park, IL, Quintessence, 2009, p. 56.
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  18. PubMed 1997 Young T., Evans L. et al. “Estimation of the Clinically Diagnosed proportion of Sleep Apnea Syndrome in Middle-aged Men and Women.
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  20. Treatment Choices for Snoring and Sleep Apnea in the Australian Population
  21. ADA The Role of Dentistry in the Treatment of Sleep-Related Breathing
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  23. JDSM 4430 “Cardiovascular Benefits of OAT in OSA: Systematic Review”