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Impact of Airway Dysfunction on Dental Health

Tamkin, J. (n.d.). Impact of Airway Dysfunction on Dental Health. Biomedical Informatics. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6986941/

The airway encompasses the mouth, jaw, nasal passages, tongue, and throat. Dentists in collaboration with other health professionals can recognize the early signs of the disorder, perform proper assessment of facial and dental structures, and provide treatment to help prevent and manage the dysfunction. Therefore, it is of interest to discuss the impact of airway development and dysfunction on dental health.

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