|Sleep Apnea from an Anatomical and Developmental Perspective|
Sleep Apnea Links
of Dental Sleep Medicine
Academy of Sleep Medicine
American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA) Public education,
Dr. Barry Krakow’s site:
My recommendation of Dr. Krakow’s book.
Dr. Krakow’s Blog:
Surgery Center, East Palo Alto, CA.
Vancouver Sleep Centre
Talk About Sleep Problems:
article in Sleep Review Magazine:
Good site on
- Possible option
for those who cannot wear CPAP:
Pediatric OSA – On the Rise.
Article in Sleep Review, Nov 2004
Leche League International
International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA)
of Breastfeeding Medicine, Inc.
Excellent articles and videos on helping breastfeeding problems.
Milk Kills Cancer Cells
Priscilla Dunstan from Australia discovered there are five words that all babies 0–3 months old say—regardless of race or culture. These words are actually sound reflexes a baby makes in the pre-cry. Babies all around the world have the same reflexes, and they therefore make the same sounds. These words are used by the infants to communicate their wants or needs. It is important to understand what your baby is trying to tell you. If parents don't respond to those reflexes, the baby will eventually stop using them. Dunstan describes the 5 sounds or words all babies make in a 2 DVD set.
article on electromyography of facial muscles during natural and artificial
feeding of infants. J Pediatr (Rio J) Mar-April 2006;82(2):103-9. PMID:
Download free pdf version of article by going to PubMed at:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi Do search using PMID # 16614763
Ted Greiner's Breastfeeding
Bergman’s Kangaroo Mother Care website:
help and info:
Dr. Jay Gordon's site.
Helpful videos on breastfeeding
UNICEF UK Baby Friendly
Jane Morton, MD (Stanford)
Mother to Mother (Paula
Breastfeeding Mothers (UK)
Tongue-tie, Ankyloglossia Links
A frenectomy that changed a
boy’s life – a true story! Link
to the story (in PDF format)
Link to the story (in PDF format)
Excellent link on tongue-ties.
Pedodontist who does frenectomies.
Dr. Caroline Bowen’s home page
Orofacial Myology / Myofunctional Therapy
of Orofacial Myology
Coulson Institute of
Myofunctional Research Co. website:
VERY IMPORTANT VIDEOS ARE ON THIS WEBSITE. Download and look at ‘Soft Tissue Dysfunction’ videos. Breastfed children have the best chance of having a normal face and normal swallow. Bottle-feeding, pacifier use, excessive infant habits and tight lingual frenums cause reverse swallows. A reverse swallow contributes to many of the malocclusions that require orthodontics (braces) as well as put individuals at risk for developing sleep apnea. Long faces are usually due to child having obstructed airways – primarily from enlarged tonsils due to not receiving the mother’s immunological benefits from her breast milk.
American Academy Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD)
Dental Association (ADA)
Functional Orhthopedics /
Dr. David Page’s website
and videos at: https://www.nextortho.com/videos
Non-extraction ortho site. Very important philosophy.
and oral health:
Hygiene Support Site
Amy Nieves Hygiene Support Site
Dental and Total Health
Ribeiro NM, Ribeiro MA. Breastfeeding and early childhood caries: a critical
review. Jornal de
Pediatria [J Pediatr (RioJ)] (Journal of Pediatrics in Brazil), 2004;80(5
Available in English at http://www.jped.com.br/conteudo/04-80-S199/ing.asp
and Portuguese at http://www.jped.com.br/conteudo/04-80-S199/port.asp
Erickson PR, Mazhare E. Investigation of the role of human breast milk in caries development. Pediatr Dent 1999;Mar-Apr;21(2):86-90. Abstract at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=10197331&itool=iconabstr
Erickson PR, McClintock KL, Green N, et al. J. Estimation of the
caries-related risk associated with infant formulas.
Pediatr Dent 1998;20:395-403. Abstract at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=9866143&itool=iconabstr