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Guidance for Elective Oral/Dental Surgery for Patients who have had COVID-19

Published on Dec 29,2020
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Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

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Since dentists are able to continue to perform elective surgeries while the COVID-19 pandemic continues, determining the optimal timing of procedures for patients who have recovered from COVID-19 infection and the appropriate level of preoperative evaluation are challenging given the current lack of evidence or precedent. Read More

Oral Appliance Efficacy – Time for Augmented Intelligence!

Published on Sep 18,2019
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Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

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Pankaj Singh, DDS, MD, does not mince words when assessing the knowledge levels of his dental colleagues. Even dentists who know the scope of oral appliance therapy often practice “with guesswork,” he says. Read More

The Dangerous Link Between Menopause and Sleep Apnea: Could Your Hot Flashes Be More than Menopause?

Published on Mar 14,2019
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Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has often been thought of as being more of a “Man thing” and it is true that men overwhelming have a higher instance than women. However, research shows that as women enter and continue through menopause, their risk for sleep apnea increases and equalizes to those of their male counterparts. Read More

Letter to the Editor Regarding the Updated American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Clinical Practice Guideline on Tonsillectomy in Children

Published on Feb 28,2019
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The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) appreciates being invited to participate in the development of the updated clinical practice guideline on tonsillectomy in children by the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF).1 We realize this was a tremendous undertaking and are pleased to endorse the AAO-HNSF guideline. Read More

Could the Apple Watch Detect Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea?

Published on Sep 11,2018
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Dr. Pankaj P. Singh

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A collaboration between the University of California San Francisco and a startup called Cardiogram recently conducted a new study that suggests that the Apple Watch, and other wearable heart-rate sensors, may be able to detect high blood pressure and sleep apnea when used in conjunction... Read More


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