Omar Abdo DDS MS PA

8 Factors That Increase the Risk of Sleep Apnea

Every day we gain new information indicating the aftereffect of untreated sleep apnea. The list ranges from diabetes and heart issues to the connection with cancer and even behavioral issues in children.  This ongoing stream of data and research has provoked us to find a list of factors that increase the risk of sleep apnea, […]


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The Full PB Post Article on Oral Cancer

Speaking of oral cancers: Why everyone should listen to Michael Douglas and Jim Kelly By Steve Dorfman – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer   Most of us go to the dentist to keep our pearly whites healthy and gleaming. But, as we’ve been reminded from two recent high-profile cancer cases — those of actor Michael […]


You want a healthy, bright smile, but you have been warned about the effects of coffee, alcohol and soda. It is true; all soft drinks contain enamel-eroding acids. Iced-tea, once placed in a bottle or can, loses its bacteria-busting properties to flavor-enhancing organic acids that can erode your chompers, while your latte can stain your […]

Sleep Apnea

Through our involvement with sleep apnea public awareness discussions, we’ve met various sleep apnea sufferers. After communicating the sleep health information, we have found that individual responses can be quite different. Some people appreciate and embrace the information. Others are overtaken by fear. The panic-stricken group typically quickly identifies with many of the symptoms, such […]

Through the Eyes of a Child

Question: What do sleep disorders, craniofacial pain, child growth and development, chronic inflammation, academic and work performance, snoring, high blood pressure, Type II diabetes, and cardiovascular disease all have in common? Answer: An AIRWAY Problem! What if we could address a potential problem early in life rather than spend years and resources treating a much […]