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The role of the dentist in sleep disorders.. / Jauhar, S.; Orchardson, R.; Jauhar, I.; Banham, S.; Lyons, M.

In: Dental Update, Vol. 37, No. 10, 12.2010.

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Jauhar, S, Orchardson, R, Jauhar, I, Banham, S & Lyons, M 2010, 'The role of the dentist in sleep disorders.' Dental Update, vol 37, no. 10.

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Jauhar, S., Orchardson, R., Jauhar, I., Banham, S., & Lyons, M. (2010). The role of the dentist in sleep disorders.Dental Update, 37(10)

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Jauhar S, Orchardson R, Jauhar I, Banham S, Lyons M. The role of the dentist in sleep disorders. Dental Update. 2010 Dec;37(10).

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Jauhar, S.; Orchardson, R.; Jauhar, I.; Banham, S.; Lyons, M. / The role of the dentist in sleep disorders..

In: Dental Update, Vol. 37, No. 10, 12.2010.

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title = "The role of the dentist in sleep disorders.",
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N2 - Snoring and sleep apnoea are common. The demand for sleep medicine services has increased exponentially since the recognition of sleep apnoea as a disease in the 1960s. The involvement of dentists in the treatment of sleep apnoea has increased. This article provides an overview of the disorders and options for management. Clinical Relevance: It is important that dentists are aware of the problem of sleep disorders and the potential they have to help in their management.

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