Sometimes we hear concerns from providers that oral appliances cost too much – either a perception of their own or one they hear from their patients. In our office, the average out-ofw-pocket cost of treatment so far in 2018 is $972. As a medical provider, everything we do goes through medical insurance, so everybody’s cost […]
A new study shows that women who report snoring and getting too little sleep before their breast cancer diagnosis have much poorer survival rates than those who get enough sleep and don’t snore.
The researchers suggest that the connection could be that poor sleep drives inflammatory processes that can worsen cancer.