On 30 August 2017 WIN News Cairns reported on the “Deadly Risk” of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA), often undiagnosed by both sufferers and doctors. Many Australians work in industries involving long shifts and “Fly In Fly Out” (FIFO) work and are unaware of the health risks associated with this style of work.
Cairns dentist Dr Robert Gibbons of Future Dental Cairns has been researching the OSA condition for 35 years and delivers Oventus oral devices as part of his treatment solution. Watch the following clip where Dr Gibbons reports on how oral devices can treat OSA.
DEADLY RISK: It's a disease that often goes undiagnosed by both sufferers and doctors.Symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea include snoring, high blood pressure and feeling tired throughout the day.A Cairns dentist, with almost three decades of research behind him, is now suggesting it could be treated through dental devices.
Posted by WIN News Cairns on Wednesday, August 30, 2017
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