• Ep. 26, Could Health Problems Be Linked to HOW YOU BREATHE?, Patrick McKeown

    20 MAY. 2024 · The podcast featured a conversation between two speakers, Dr Stacy Becker Ochoa and Patrick McKeown,  discussing the importance of nose breathing over mouth breathing for overall health. The discussion highlighted how breathing affects various aspects of health, including respiration, sleep, mental health, and dental health. The speakers emphasized the need for awareness and conversations about breathing, especially in the context of obstructive sleep apnea in children. They also touched upon the impact of mouth breathing on sleep quality and the potential link to central sleep apnea. The importance of breathing exercises, particularly for children, was also emphasized.  The conversation provided insights into the significance of proper breathing techniques for overall well-being. The podcast took place in a casual setting, with one speaker sharing their daily routine and personality traits. Overall, the discussion shed light on the often overlooked topic of breathing and its profound impact on health. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ - https://asappathway.com/is-my-child-at-risk-quiz/ More about Patrick McKeown! http://www.buteykoclinic.com/ https://www.instagram.com/buteykoclinic/ https://www.youtube.com/@ButeykoClinicInternational CHAPTERS: 00:03 - Breathing awareness importance conversation  19:51 - Children sleep apnea factors  28:31 - Sleep arousal breathing patterns  38:30 - Central apnea mouth breathing connection  52:10 - Child breathing exercises benefits  Learnings: Why is nose breathing important and why is mouth breathing considered bad? Nose breathing is important because it affects major functions like respiration, sleep, mental health, and dental health. Mouth breathing can lead to dry mouth, increased risk of snoring, obstructive sleep apnea, impact on concentration, focus, and stress levels. What are some of the factors that can drive faster breathing during sleep? Factors like room temperature, air quality, and underlying breathing patterns can drive faster breathing during sleep. Additionally, stoppage of breathing followed by exaggerated hyperventilation upon resuming breathing can lead to arousal during sleep. How can mouth breathing impact sleep apnea and what are some challenges in treating it? Mouth breathing can lead to sleep fragmentation and other issues in sleep apnea patients. High loop gain individuals may not respond well to mandibular advancement devices or surgery. Additionally, mouth breathing can sometimes lead to central sleep apnea, posing challenges in treatment. Why is it important to have conversations about breathing, especially with children? Having conversations about breathing is crucial as it can impact various aspects of health, including sleep, mental health, and overall well-being. Teaching children proper breathing techniques can help them avoid issues like mouth breathing and sleep disorders. What are some simple exercises that can help children improve their breathing? There are simple breathing exercises that children can do to improve their breathing, such as breathing in and out through the nose. These exercises can be beneficial for children's overall health and well-being. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ - https://asappathway.com/is-my-child-at-risk-quiz/
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  • Ep. 25, Prophylactic Orthodontics…The Change is Coming! Dr. Mike DeLuke

    13 MAY. 2024 · The podcast transcript features a conversation between Drs. Stacy Becker Ochoa and Mike DeLuke discussing the importance of addressing airway issues in children. They emphasize the need for collaboration between medical and dental professionals, particularly orthodontists, to provide proactive care and improve patient outcomes. The speakers highlight the challenges in traditional orthodontic practices and advocate for early intervention in children to address airway and craniofacial issues. They stress the importance of education and training in treating young patients and call for increased coordination between different specialties. The speakers also touch on personal preferences and challenges in their careers, emphasizing the need to stay true to oneself while striving to make a positive impact. Overall, the conversation underscores the significance of proactive, evidence-based care in improving children's health and well-being. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ - https://asappathway.com/is-my-child-at-risk-quiz/ DeLuke Orthodontic Coaching (DOC) website: http://www.theorthocoach.com/ DOC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@delukeorthodonticcoaching Private One-On-One Coaching with Dr. DeLuke: https://michael-deluke.mykajabi.com/offers/KBUuSTLa/checkout CHAPTERS:  00:03 - Empowering insights and stories  10:03 - Challenging the status quo  24:17 - Bridging clinical-academic gap  36:37 - Continuous practice improvement  46:51 - Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration  57:19 - Training for young patients  01:06:30 - Personal insights and reflections  LEARNINGS:  What is the main focus of the podcast? The podcast focuses on connecting with experts, sharing real-life stories, and breaking down complexities surrounding critical issues like screening techniques and collaboration with medical colleagues. How does the podcast aim to empower its audience? The podcast aims to empower listeners with actionable insights and a supportive community. Why is there a shift in attitude towards skepticism and doubt regarding Airway issues? The podcast suggests that awareness is growing within a group of professionals who are challenging skepticism and doubt, aiming to address Airway issues more proactively. What obstacles are discussed in the podcast regarding the coordination between physicians and dentists in treating young patients? The podcast addresses the need for better coordination and cross-training between physicians and dentists, particularly in the orthodontic field, to improve the treatment of young patients with Airway issues. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ - https://asappathway.com/is-my-child-at-risk-quiz/
    1h 13m 59s
  • Ep.24, Mouthbreathing…What’s the Big Deal!? Dr. Steve Carstensen

    7 MAY. 2024 · The podcast featured speakers Drs. Stacy Becker Ochoa and Steve Carstensen, who are experts in dental sleep medicine and discussed the role of dentists in identifying and addressing airway issues in patients, particularly children. The importance of dentists in screening for airway problems, such as mouth breathing, was emphasized, as these issues can have a significant impact on overall health and lifespan. The speakers highlighted the need for collaboration between dental and medical professionals to address airway issues effectively.  The podcast also mentioned the importance of starting conversations with patients about airway health and the role of dentists in promoting overall wellness. The speakers encouraged healthcare professionals to expand their scope of practice and prioritize screening for airway issues in their patients. The podcast emphasized the collaborative efforts of the ASAP Pathway initiative in promoting awareness and education in the field of dental sleep medicine. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ - https://asappathway.com/is-my-child-at-risk-quiz/ https://engage.ada.org/search/0/query?q=airway https://na.eventscloud.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=786317&language=engC http://www.ada.org/celive CHAPTERS: 00:03 - Dental sleep medicine overview  07:40 - Impact of mouth breathing  22:05 - Importance of screening children  28:59 - Recognizing mouth breathers  37:46 - Starting the conversation  43:01 - Community health collaboration  LEARNINGS: Why is dentistry considered a front line healthcare profession for the crania facial respiratory complex? Dentistry is pivotal in identifying and screening individuals struggling with breathing and sleep issues, impacting lifespan and health span. What are some signs of mouth breathing in children? Signs of mouth breathing include lips apart, chapped lips, and red gums, with quiet and effortless breathing being the norm. How can someone recognize a mouth breather? A simple trick is to ask the individual to breathe through their nose and observe if they revert to mouth breathing, or use a business card between their lips. Why is it important for dentists to screen for Airway problems in adults and children? Dentists play a crucial role in enhancing awareness of Airway issues, collaborating with medical colleagues, and providing interventions for better breathing. What is the significance of the Children's Airway brochure mentioned in the podcast? The Children's Airway brochure serves as a tool to start conversations about Airway health and encourage healthcare professionals to expand their scope of care for patients. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ - https://asappathway.com/is-my-child-at-risk-quiz/
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  • Ep.23, Function, It Matters!, with Nicole Goldfarb, M.A., CCC-SLP, COM

    29 ABR. 2024 · The podcast featured Dr. Stacy and Nicole Goldfarb discussing orofacial myology, speech language pathology, and myofunctional therapy. Nicole founded the San Diego Center For Speech And Myofunctional therapy and has extensive experience in the field. They highlighted the importance of addressing myofunctional issues in addition to speech problems, emphasizing the need for specialized training in myofunctional therapy. They discussed the role of dental professionals in screening for sleep disorder breathing issues in children and the importance of collaboration among healthcare providers. The conversation also touched on the impact of diet and nutrition on oral health and the need for a holistic approach to treatment. They emphasized the potential long-term benefits of myofunctional therapy and the growing awareness of its importance in addressing underlying causes of jaw growth issues. The speakers highlighted the need for increased education and awareness in academia and the importance of empowering patients to seek out information and advocate for their health. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://sandiegocenterforspeechtherapy.com/staff/nicole-goldfarb-m-a-ccc-slp-com/ https://ijom.iaom.com/journal/vol46/iss1/3/ CHAPTERS:  00:03 - Meet oral health expert  05:33 - Speech therapy overview  16:50 - Function screening importance  22:02 - Myofunctional therapy benefits  31:16 - Nutrition and function connection  37:25 - Therapy progress factors  47:00 - Changing healthcare dynamics  LEARNINGS:  What is Nicole Goldfarb's background in speech language pathology and orofacial myofunctional therapy? Nicole Goldfarb founded the San Diego Center For Speech And Myofunctional therapy over 20 years ago. She has been practicing speech language pathology since 2003 and oral facial myofunctional therapy since 2008. She is the 193rd certified oral facial myo in the world. What does speech language pathology therapy typically focus on? Speech language pathology therapy involves speech articulation, comprehension issues, expressive and receptive language issues, and delayed language. It covers a wide range of areas within communication disorders. How does myofunctional therapy differ from speech language pathology therapy? Myofunctional therapy is a modality of treatment that focuses on correcting oral muscular, soft tissue issues related to oral rest posture, chewing, and swallowing. It is a specific area of focus that not all speech language pathologists are trained in. Why are dental professionals like dentists and dental hygienists important in identifying myofunctional issues? Dental professionals are crucial in identifying myofunctional issues because they have regular access to patients' mouths and can observe issues related to occlusion, jaw position, and oral function. They can play a key role in early screening and referral for myofunctional therapy. What factors influence the progress and duration of myofunctional therapy? Factors such as age, motivation, compliance, and concurrent orthodontic treatment can influence the progress and duration of myofunctional therapy. Progress may vary for children versus adults, and ongoing exercises may be necessary for some patients. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://sandiegocenterforspeechtherapy.com/staff/nicole-goldfarb-m-a-ccc-slp-com/
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  • Ep.22, The TMJ/Sleep Connection and its Future, with Dr. Jamison Spencer

    23 ABR. 2024 · The podcast transcript features speakers Drs Stacy Becker Ochoa, Michelle Weddle and Jamison Spender, discussing topics related to dental sleep medicine, TMJ dysfunction, and the use of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) injections in TMJ health. The conversation highlights the importance of mentorship, clinical management, and the connection between airway issues and jaw problems. The speakers emphasize the need for dentists to expand their knowledge base and stay updated on advancements in the field, particularly in sleep, airway, and TMJ dysfunction. They also discuss the benefits of hands-on training and collaboration among practitioners to improve patient outcomes. The use of PRF injections in TMJ health is highlighted as a promising technique with positive outcomes. The speakers stress the importance of understanding the interrelated aspects between sleep and TMJ health to provide better treatment options for patients. The podcast emphasizes the need for ongoing education and collaboration in the field of dental sleep medicine and TMJ dysfunction. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ LEARNINGS:  What is the significance of the Spencer Study Club in relation to pediatric dental sleep medicine? The Spencer Study Club was created to provide mentorship and a platform for practitioners in pediatric dental sleep medicine, focusing on clinical management and case discussions. How has platelet rich fibrin (PRF) impacted the treatment of TMJ dysfunction? PRF injections into the TMJ have shown positive outcomes, reducing the need for surgeries and simplifying the treatment process by promoting healing. What is the connection between airway issues and jaw problems in relation to sleep and TMD? Ignoring airway issues can hinder the improvement of jaw problems, emphasizing the importance of understanding the interrelated aspects between sleep, TMD, and airway health. How has the use of advancement devices in treating sleep apnea affected clenching and grinding compared to occlusal splints? Advancement devices have shown to be more effective in reducing clenching and grinding associated with sleep apnea, highlighting the need for a comprehensive understanding of airway issues in dental practice. What role does collaboration between medical and dental professionals play in the future of sleep, airway health, and TMJ dysfunction? Collaboration between medical and dental professionals is expected to increase in the next five years, leading to advancements in treatment approaches and a shift towards regenerative medicine techniques like PRF. https://www.spencerstudyclub.com/ This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/
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  • Ep. 21, Getting Real About Helping Kids, with Dr. Kevin Boyd

    26 MAR. 2024 · The podcast featured speakers Drs Stacy Becker Ochoa and Kevin Boyd discussing pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, and early childhood orthopedics. Kevin Boyd's influence on the field was highlighted, emphasizing the importance of early intervention in dental care. The conversation touched on the need for incorporating sleep education in dental training and the significance of listening and compassion in patient care. The speakers also discussed behavior management techniques and the long-lasting impact of childhood experiences. The podcast emphasized the ripple effect of positive interactions and the importance of being present in the moment. Overall, the discussion underscored the need for early intervention in dental care and the impact of childhood experiences on overall health. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://dfchildren.com/about/ https://gmail.com CHAPTERS:  00:03 - Global impact of pediatric dentistry  10:26 - Early orthodontic intervention benefits  24:04 - Innovative dental treatment approaches  31:40 - Holistic health and compassionate care  42:12 - Childhood memories and sweet treats  LEARNINGS:  What is Kevin Boyd known for in the dental field? Kevin Boyd is known for inspiring many dentists, orthodontists, and pediatric dentists to focus on early childhood orthodontics and behavior guidance. Where did Kevin Boyd complete his postgraduate residence training in pediatric dentistry? Kevin Boyd completed his postgraduate residence training in pediatric dentistry at the University of Iowa. What is the importance of early childhood orthodontics according to Kevin Boyd? Kevin Boyd emphasizes the importance of early childhood orthodontics to address issues like distal collusion (class two) that can appear as early as 1-3 years old. What does Kevin Boyd suggest about incorporating sleep education into dental practices? Kevin Boyd suggests that incorporating sleep education into dental practices, especially during orthodontic residency, can help dentists understand the importance of sleep health for overall well-being. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/
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  • Ep.20 First…What is the Diagnosis?, Dr. Lou Chmura

    19 MAR. 2024 · The podcast transcript features a conversation between Drs Stacy Becker Ochoa and Lou Chmura, discussing the importance of incorporating airway considerations in orthodontic treatment. The discussion highlights the need for a comprehensive approach to orthodontics that includes evaluating the airway, TMJ complex, and overall patient function. The speakers emphasize the importance of collaboration among various healthcare professionals, such as orthodontists, general dentists, myofunctional therapists, and sleep physicians, to provide holistic care for patients. They also stress the significance of ongoing learning and sharing knowledge within the dental community. The conversation underscores the ripple effect of providing comprehensive care and the impact it has on patients, their families, and the community. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://eggheadortho.com https://eggheadortho.com CHAPTERS:  00:03 - Discovering airway orthodontics journey  13:17 - Comprehensive orthodontic approach insights  21:01 - Challenges in airway research  34:25 - Importance of collaborative care  47:49 - Building supportive healthcare community  LEARNINGS: Why is it important to consider the Airway complex in dentistry? Considering the Airway complex is crucial because it influences overall health and needs to be discussed more. How does Dr Chmura suggest approaching orthodontic treatment comprehensively? The speaker suggests looking at the patient as a whole, including the Airway, TMJ complex, and overall function. What concerns are raised about the current approach to orthodontics using clear aligners? Concerns are raised about the focus on straightening teeth without addressing comprehensive orthodontic issues. Why does the speaker emphasize the importance of collaboration among different healthcare professionals? Collaboration is essential to address various aspects of patient care, including Airway health, myofunctional therapy, and overall well-being. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/
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  • Ep. 19 The Untethered Team, Drs. Meggie Graham and Liz Turner

    10 MAR. 2024 · The podcast featured speakers Stacy, Maggie, and Liz discussing their journey in addressing oral restrictions and airway issues in patients. They emphasized the importance of collaboration between medicine and dentistry to provide holistic care. They highlighted the challenges faced in educating patients and medical professionals about the impact of tongue ties and the need for informed consent. The speakers also touched on the need for practitioners to present all treatment options to patients and avoid unnecessary care. They discussed the shift towards a more patient-centered approach in healthcare and the importance of advocating for comprehensive care. The podcast concluded with the importance of speaking up and working together to help more people in their healthcare journey. The conversation took place in a supportive and collaborative atmosphere, focusing on improving patient outcomes and raising awareness about oral health issues. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://untetheredtonguetiecenter.com/ IG: @untetheredairway CHAPTERS:  https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ LEARNINGS: What was the starting point for the journey of the speakers in the podcast? The journey started with oral restrictions for one of the speaker's sons and a family member's heart attack due to undiagnosed sleep apnea. How do the speakers plan to build a network of providers to help families in the future? The speakers aim to work together to build a network of providers within their practices and potentially expand in the future. What challenges do medical doctors face in incorporating Airway awareness into their practice? Medical doctors face challenges in changing the culture of medical school and adapting to a more patient-centered approach. What concerns do the speakers have regarding informed consent and patient autonomy in healthcare? The speakers emphasize the importance of presenting patients with all treatment options and allowing them to make informed decisions without financial biases. How do the speakers address misconceptions and challenges in their profession, particularly concerning Tongue releases? The speakers discuss the lack of respect and understanding in the medical community regarding Tongue releases and advocate for a holistic approach to patient care. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/
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  • Ep. 18 Children Breathing, Sleeping and Thriving, Dr Shereen Lim

    2 MAR. 2024 · Drs. Ochoa and Lim discuss the importance of early orthodontics and myofunctional therapy in optimizing health and wellness, particularly in children with obstructive sleep apnea and upper airway resistance issues. They emphasize the need to address underlying airway issues to improve overall child development and reduce the need for multiple interventions. The conversation highlights the role of dentists in collaborating with other healthcare providers to identify and treat airway and sleep issues in both children and adults. The speakers stress the significance of early intervention and the impact it can have on changing the trajectory of a child's health. The discussion also touches on the need to raise awareness among healthcare providers about the importance of addressing airway issues and integrating them into dental and medical practices. The speakers express admiration for each other's work and commitment to improving patient outcomes through comprehensive care. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ https://linktr.ee/drshereenlim CHAPTERS: 00:03 - Early airway health innovations 12:47 - Newborn to orthodontic care 18:06 - Dentistry's role in wellness 26:51 - Addressing child development challenges 35:18 - Dentists' impact on children's health 40:31 - Connecting for pediatric wellness LEARNINGS: What is the focus of the ASAP Pathway Podcast? The podcast focuses on sleep and airway health for kids, providing information and insights on screening techniques and collaboration with medical colleagues. Who is Dr. Shereen Lim and what is her expertise? Dr. Shereen Lim is a dentist based in Perth, Western Australia, with a special interest in children's airway health. She is actively involved in the management of snoring and sleep apnea and focuses on tongue tie management, early orthodontics, and myofunctional therapy. What inspired Dr. Lim to start her journey in airway health? Dr. Lim's husband's snoring inspired her to research dental appliances for reducing snoring and sleep apnea. This led her to enroll in a post-graduate diploma and become one of Australia's first dentists to qualify in this area. What is the importance of early intervention in airway health? Early intervention is crucial in addressing airway health issues in children. By identifying and addressing problems early on, such as mouth breathing and tongue ties, it is possible to optimize craniofacial development and prevent long-term health issues. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/
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  • Ep. 17 Total Health Dentistry, Dr. Susan Maples

    24 FEB. 2024 · The podcast featured speakers Drs. Stacy Ochoa and Susan Maples, discuss the importance of recognizing sleep and breathing disorders in pediatric patients, particularly in the dental field. The conversation emphasized the need for collaboration between dental and medical professionals to address the root causes of these disorders, such as gut health and vitamin D levels. The speakers highlighted the role of dentists in promoting overall health and wellness, encouraging open-ended conversations with patients about their health habits and diet. The podcast underscored the significance of preventive dental visits and the potential impact of lifestyle changes on children's health. The speakers also touched on the importance of dental hygiene in overall healthcare and the need for dentistry to be seen as an essential part of healthcare. The conversation ended with plans for future collaborations and events in the dental field. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/ Ways to find to Dr Maples: https://www.total-health-dentistry.com/ https://www.drsusanmaplesspeaker.com/ https://beabraveparent.com/about/ CHAPTERS: 00:03 - Pediatric sleep disorders awareness 15:12 - Wellness conversations in dentistry 26:29 - Health focus and lifestyle changes 33:42 - Parental engagement in dental care 46:02 - Children's healthy eating habits 59:17 - Preventive dentistry importance 01:06:38 - ASAP pathway collaboration goals Learnings: What are some of the topics discussed in the podcast? Some of the topics discussed in the podcast include the connection between sleep and gut health, the lack of recognition of sleep and breathing disorders in the medical field, and the impact of processed food on health. What is the main message conveyed in the podcast? The main message conveyed in the podcast is the need to address the root causes of sleep and airway issues, rather than relying solely on appliances or medications. What health issues did the speaker face as a child? The speaker had 52 allergies, exercise-induced asthma, and was overweight. What is the importance of recognizing a child's potential and supporting their health? Recognizing a child's potential and supporting their health is important because it helps them grow up to be the person they're meant to be and reach their full potential. What is the purpose of the Fooducate app mentioned in the podcast? The Fooducate app is a tool that allows users to scan barcodes of food items and receive a letter grade and nutritional information. It can help parents and children make healthier food choices while grocery shopping. This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: https://asappathway.com/ Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation. Because Kids Can't Wait... - https://asappathway.com/parents/#find-a-provider - https://asappathway.com/for-doctors/ - https://asappathway.com/pediatric-dentistry-training-events/
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In a world where discussions about sleep and airway issues dominate the dental landscape, the journey to understanding and addressing these concerns has evolved drastically. Join us as we dive...

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In a world where discussions about sleep and airway issues dominate the dental landscape, the journey to understanding and addressing these concerns has evolved drastically. Join us as we dive into the remarkable transformation of dental care over the last decade, from overlooking airway and sleep health to making it a core aspect of treatment planning.

Join us as we uncover the journey of understanding and addressing sleep and airway concerns in children. Whether you're a dedicated Dentist seeking comprehensive guidance, a health care provider wanting to collaborate and Find a Provider to work with, or a concerned Parent evaluating your child's well-being, our podcast sheds light on a clear pathway forward. To take the next step, become a member of our community or access valuable resources for your child's evaluation.

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