Airway Revoluton

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DOCUMENTARY

Produce a documentary series for laypersons and health professionals. It will create awareness, inform and inspire dental and medical professionals to practice Airway minded care at a higher level.

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ENDOWMENT

Establish an endowment to support upper airway diagnosis and treatment for economically disadvantaged persons.

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SUPPORT EDUCATION

Support educational transformation at a major dental school. We will support and establish Airway health as a primary diagnostic criteria and consideration in dental treatment planning and care. A consideration that will impact general and specialty dentistry including pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, oral maxillofacial surgery, periodontics, implant dentistry and prosthodontics.

Dr. Victor Avis, DDS

Dr. Victor Avis, DDS

Sydney Avis

Sydney Avis

Philip Schwalb, JD

Philip Schwalb, JD

David Sorkin, M. Ed.

David Sorkin, M. Ed.

Gina Pritchard, DNP

Gina Pritchard, DNP

Joseph Schwartz, MD, MS

Joseph Schwartz, MD, MS

Kevin Boyd, DDS

Kevin Boyd, DDS

Nicolas Elian, DDS

Nicolas Elian, DDS

Shahbaz Farnad, MD

Shahbaz Farnad, MD

Michael Gelb, DDS

Michael Gelb, DDS

William M Hang, DDS MSD

William M Hang, DDS MSD

Debbie Hang, BS

Debbie Hang, BS

James Hartman, MD

James Hartman, MD

Christine Hwang, ND, MS, LAc

Christine Hwang, ND, MS, LAc

Neale Lange, MD

Neale Lange, MD

Martha Miqueo, DDS

Martha Miqueo, DDS

Reza Movahed, DDS

Reza Movahed, DDS

Amy Racanello, PHD

Amy Racanello, PHD

Damian Slattery

Damian Slattery

Soroush Zaghi, MD

Soroush Zaghi, MD

REVOLUTIONARY LEADERSHIP

AWESOME RULE

Dr. Avis says a great rule is to keep your mouth closed.  No jaw drops! Breathe through your nose.   Day and night.  If you find this challenging please learn more here and visit an airway centric medical profesional.

Up to 10 percent of American children have obstructive sleep disordered breathing, and a significant percentage are misdiagnosed as having ADHD and treated with stimulant medications.*

*“UM School of Medicine Researchers Find Habitual Snoring Linked to Significant Brain Changes in Children.” 2021 News | University of Maryland School of Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 13 Apr. 2021, www.medschool.umaryland.edu/news/2021/UM-School-of-Medicine-Researchers-Find-Habitual-Snoring-Linked-to-Significant-Brain-Changes-in-Children-.html.

80 to 95% of people with obstructive sleep apnea have not been diagnosed. That's millions of people in the U.S. alone.

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It might make you chuckle and it may look cute but...

Children who snored regularly (three or more times per week), as reported by their parents were more likely to have thinner gray matter in several regions in the frontal lobes of their brain. These areas of the brain are responsible for higher reasoning skills and impulse control.*

IT'S WITH YOU

NIGHT AND DAY

When we talk about airway issues many of us focus only on sleep. Although that is a major concern, Airway restriction does not only happen at night while sleeping.  Many experience airway challenges during the day. This includes people who have airways that are small in diameter.

In the last 400 years, human's faces have moved down and back. The palate has become high and narrow causing little to no room for the wisdom teeth to come in. The incisors lean in, rather than out and the tongue which has remained the same size, no longer fits in the mouth. With the tongue struggling to find space, you may also find yourself struggling to breathe.

THERE'S SO MUCH MORE TO LEARN

Watch the trailer for our new docuseries.  Sydney's story is the tragic tale of millions around the world. This film has ignited the Airway Revolution.

HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW?

OUR GOALS

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