“Stay on the leading edge.”
This has always been my motto.
I have been instrumental in some orthodontic advances personally. My perspective on intra-oral volume and the way that teeth can affect breathing is respected at the University of Toronto where I teach the sleep apnea module to the Orthodontic Grad students. In addition, a letter of mine was published on this subject in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dento-Facial Orthopedics.
Also, I have developed a unique TMJ splint therapy, which takes conservative treatment of jaw problems further along to provide improved care. Continue reading