Extractions And Sleep Apnoea
Biography Films

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It has been suggested that extracting adult teeth can narrow jaws and limit the space available for the tongue; causing sleep apnoea. It sounds possible, however, is there any evidence to support these claims? In this video, Dr Peter Miles discusses this.

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