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Quick Secrets of Lowering Dental Pain

The first logical reaction to severe dental pain would be to see the dentist as soon as possible, however, in some cases you can’t get to your dentist right away. You might be travelling, or not willing to experiment with another dental office. In the meantime, you...

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Is It Sleep Deprivation or ADHD?

Author: Mayoor Patel, DDS Are you suffering from ADHD or is it your sleepiness that is causing it? Several experts met for the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress in Paris to examine research pointing at a strong association between sleep issues and...

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Medicare Parts Explained 2018

Medicare is for Americans who are 65 and older, and it’s an affordable approach to health care for all. While this federal program is great for keeping costs lowered in your golden years, it’s also notoriously confusing, particularly how it applies to dentists. Many...

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TMJ, Bruxism & Trigger Points – Medical Billing Q & A

Author: Rose Nierman, Founder & CEO of Nierman Practice Management It’s estimated that over 10 million American suffer from Temporomandibular (TMJ) pain. In chronic cases (over 3 months duration), dental practices treating TMJ disorder can help their patients...

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Linemen in College Football Should Be Educated on Sleep Apnea

Author: Mayoor Patel, DDS Parents are always looking for ways to protect their children from harm even well into their college years and beyond. It’s understandable that you want to protect your child no matter what their age is. This is especially true for parents...

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There Are Predictors of Sleep Apnea in Adolescents

Author: Mayoor Patel, DDS Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common disorder that affects about two to five percent of children. While there is some data out there about the risk factors associated with OSA in children and adults, we’re still lacking appropriate...

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Sleep in the Country

Author: Mayoor Patel, DDS Forbes recently reported on a study conducted by the Tuck Sleep Foundation. In this study, 150 U.S. cities were ranked from best to worst places for sleep. What cities were listed at the top of the list for worst places for sleep? Atlanta was...

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Medical Insurance Reimbursement for All-on-4 Cases

Medical insurance reimbursement for All-on-4 cases has increased at record speed in the last few years.  If you’re placing bone grafts and implants or performing other surgeries, you may be wondering if it’s possible to get your patients' medical insurance to cover...

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