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EPISODE 67 OF AIRWAY FIRST

Episode 67 of the Airway First podcast is now out! You can catch this and all other episodes on Apple, SoundCloud, Podbean, RSS, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. And don't forget to check us out on YouTube!


Airway First podcast, airway, Dr. Julia Sadove-Lopez

My guest today is Dr. Julia Sadove-Lopez. Dr. Julia is a biological dentist, accredited by the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology. She attended dental school in Indiana, where she first began her dental career. She went on to practice dentistry for several years at a holistic dental practice in Chicago. She was able to work closely in collaboration with Dr. Kevin Boyd, even serving as a research assistant for his anthropology research with the Penn Museum.


Dr. Julia was practicing general dentistry, while still offering services like infant frenectomies. Her passion for identifying and referring young patients to seek early interceptive solutions became one of her favorite parts of her profession. She has since created her own consulting business, Oris Wellness, to offer customized one-on-one support for parents in the topics surrounding airway dentistry.


More recently, Dr. Julia relocated with her family to Portugal. She is enjoying learning about how the perspectives and services that are offered in Europe vary from the training she received formerly in the US. 


You can find out more about Dr. Julia at oriswellness.com.

"Finding the right care for your child's sleep and airway issues can be a daunting task." ~ Dr. Julia Sadove-Lopez

Show Notes:


EDUCATION IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS HELP FOR YOUR CHIL'S AIRWAY ISSUES


Education is the first step for any parent concerned about their child's ability to breathe, sleep, and maintain proper oral health.


The Children's Airway First Foundation Resource library has information that can aid in identifying symptoms and providing guidance on the first steps towards helping your child with an airway disorder.


CAFF Resource Library

As with any medical condition, consult your child's pediatrician should you see any of these symptoms in your child or if you suspect your child is suffering from an airway disorder.






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