Watch the following videos to learn more about common sleep and breathing problems and their effects on our daily lives.
Why we sleep and what happens if you don’t get enough restful sleep
Finding Conner Deegan
Consequences of Mouth Breathing in Children
The importance of checking infants and children for lip and tongue ties
Dr. Karen Bonuck on Sleep Disordered Breathing
What is a Frenuloplasty?
Nasal breathing, Our Airway and TMJ
Facial Development and Breathing
Just a few hundred years ago, the upper arch and jaw were much wider than modern faces. Poor diet, mouth breathing, and inappropriate interventions have been implicated in poor arch development. Over time, narrow arches lead to obstructed airways, sleep apnea, and a host of other health problems, including muscle soreness and decreased life expectancy.