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Snoring in Australia has been a common household occurrence for as long as anyone can remember. We all know of someone who snores or has trouble with sleep disorders such as sleep apnoea and quite often pass it off as a way of life. Little do we realize that snoring can quite often be a warning sign that your body is not getting enough oxygen when getting that vital night’s sleep.

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A temporomandibular disorder can sometimes be referred to as a jaw sprain. This means you may have either a sore jaw joint (temporomandibular joint) or jaw muscles (muscles of mastication) or both.

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Typically many patients in their life time may experience pain or a change involving the skin of their mouth (we call the oral mucosa). Oral Medicine is a specialty of dentistry that is trained to both diagnose and in most cases, manage the oral health problem.

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Associate Professor Stubbs also specialised in the diagnosis and treatment of Oral-Facial pain, which is not caused by the teeth. The type of pain may include neuralgia (most common form is trigeminal neuralgia) or burning mouth syndrome.

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