Daniel Tebbi, DMD
Doctor of Medical Dentistry
Sleep Apnea and Snoring Treatment
Invisible Align Orthodontics Implant Dentistry
Biocompatible, Aesthetic & Family Dentistry

16661 Ventura Blvd. Ste 620
Encino, CA 91436

(818)789-2034

Welcome
 

Welcome to the website of Biocompatible Dentistry  and Family and Orthodontic Dentistry and Dental sleep apnea solutions. 

 

Daniel Tebbi, D.M.D.

 Alternative, Mercury Free, Holistic Dentist, 

Member of IAOMT and AADSM and USDI

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Dr. Tebbi has practiced general, cosmetic, biocompatible dentistry and Orthodontics at his Encino office since 1991.

Dr. Tebbi completed his Comprehensive Post Graduate in Orthodontic at United States Dental Institute of orthodontics. He has also completed thousands of hours of continuing education to keep current on developments in his field including Advanced Aesthetic Dentistry, Endodontics, Periodontal Therapy and Orthodontics.

Dr. Tebbi is also a provider of Clear Correct"Clear Aligner Therapy" Invisalign, Powerprox Six Month Braces and Six Month Smiles Cosmetic Braces. Dr. Tebbi is equipped with superior artistic and technical skills, as well as the knowledge and understanding to perform a wide array of General Dentistry, Sleep Disorder Treatments and Biocompatible procedures,Orthodontics, leading to excellence in his dental care.

Dr. Tebbi's clinical interest and emphasis is Sleep Disorder Treatment, biocompatible dentistry and General and cosmetic Dentistry and Orthodontics.

Dr. Tebbi is a member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, a network of dental, medical, and research professionals striving to increase awareness of the importance of employing biological techniques based on the latest research and cutting edge technology in Biocompatible dentistry. He is also a member of American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM). Dr. Tebbi is enlists his 20 years of professional experience and advanced training to provide optimal treatment for his patients.

 Memberships: Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine "AADSM" & International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology "IAOMT" & United States Dental Institute "USDI"(Orthodontics) & American Academy of Cosmetic Orthodontics "AACO" & International Association for Orthodontics (IAO)

*Accredited Members - Accreditation by the IAOMT indicates that a member has been trained and tested in the basics of biocompatible dentistry, including current methods for safe removal of dental amalgam.

* The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine is the only non-profit national professional society dedicated exclusively to the practice of dental sleep medicine. The AADSM promotes the use of oral appliance therapy for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea and sleep-disordered breathing.

* The United States Dental Institute (USDI) is the oldest, most diversified, broadest based, instructor-rich orthodontics program in the industry. With over thirty years of experience.

* INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION  FOR ORTHODONTICS (IAO) is the oldest and largest of the national and international non-specialty orthodontic groups. The association has a wide variety of programs in orthodontics training, education, professional support, clinical experience and literature.  

 

                         Helping patients achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy SMILE for a lifetime. 

 

 

 

We would like to welcome you to our office. We take great satisfaction in helping you maintain optimal oral health. Our practice is devoted to comprehensive and preventive patient care in a Mercury-Free, Mercury-Safe, Flouride-Free environment.

Throughout our website, you will find an abundance of information about our practice, procedures we provide, and dentistry in general. Please explore and learn as much about dentistry and our services as you desire. We believe our patients should have as much information as possible in order to make important, informed decisions regarding their oral health and treatment options.

You can also schedule an appointment online by clicking - Schedule Now

Our patients are our most important asset, and we strive to develop long-lasting, trusting relationships with all of our patients.

 

Mercury Free Fillings

We recognize the impact of toxic materials and they can affect the general health. We are concerned about the integrity and health of the oral cavity and we strive to find materials that are systemically compatible and safe for the environment. In our practice we do not use any mercury/silver fillings also known as amalgam fillings. Most people and even dentists don't realize that these fillings are composed of 50% mercury. It is also important to note that mercury is the most toxic nonradioactive substance on earth. And since 50% of the amalgam composition is mercury we do not feel this restoration is warranted as a dental filling. Published research shows that mercury is more toxic than lead, cadmium or arsenic. The World Health Organization has concluded that dental fillings contribute more mercury in the body than all other sources combined. We feel that no amount of mercury exposure is safe or harmless. So in our practice we use safe protocols to remove these fillings. These are protocols that are specified and recommended by the international Academy of Oral medicine and toxicology (IAOMT).

These include:

The use of a "rubber dam" when removing amalgam. The rubber dam is a rubber sheet that covers the teeth and reduces the amount of particulates that go down the throat.

The use of large amounts of water when removing the filling. This helps to contain the mercury vapor and fine particulate matter by cooling down the filling.

The use of a "super" suction unit to contain the mercury vapor and particulate.

The mercury/amalgam filling is removed in large sections and this helps to minimize the mercury particles generated.

 What other countries are doing:

Japan regulates use of amalgam fillings.

Sweden and Denmark have already banned the use of mercury in dental amalgam fillings, citing health and environmental concerns.

Amalgam use is illegal in Norway.

Germany and Austria have some restrictions of dental amalgam use. It is permitted for the general population but it is not permitted for pregnant women or people with kidney problems.

 

Invisalign For Adults and Teens

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a new system of straightening teeth without the use of conventional braces. A series of clear plastic aligners are utilized to create tooth movement. Moving teeth with removable aligners is not new. However, the computer program, which can generate a series of aligners with small changes is the new part. Invisalign is recommended for orthodontic situations with mild to moderate spacing or crowding. They are virtually undetectable, easy to use and comfortable to wear.

With the Invisalign technique, Dr. Tebbi uses a series of almost invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners to move your teeth. The series of aligners are custom made for each patient according to Dr. Tebbi's specifications. He programs each aligner to move your teeth a little closer to the desired result...a great smile!


What are the advantages?

The aligners are almost impossible to detect while you are wearing them, so self-confidence remains high during the treatment. This is important to teens as well as professional men and women. Speech is not affected while wearing aligners. They are removable, so you can eat and drink what you want, when you want during treatment. Since they are removable, it is easy to clean your teeth and maintain excellent oral hygiene. They are also very comfortable and easy to get used to. Since Dr. Tebbi completes your orthodontic treatment on the computer prior to making your aligners, you can view your own virtual treatment and final result at the start of your own treatment.


How does it work?

You wear each set of aligners for about 2 weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss. As you replace each aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move — little by little, week by week — until they have straightened to the final position Dr. Tebbi has prescribed. You'll visit Dr. Tebbi about once every 6 weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as planned. Total treatment time averages 9-15 months and the average number of aligners worn during treatment is between 18 and 30, but both will vary from case to case.


Is Invisalign only for adults?

Invisalign was originally available only to adults. However, advances in technology allows us to treat teenagers with Invisalign. This new technology is called Invisalign Teen. It is amazing to see how eager the teens are when offered treatment without braces.

 

Invisalign is a new system of straightening teeth without the use of conventional braces. A series of clear plastic aligners are utilized to create tooth movement. Moving teeth with removable aligners is not new. However, the computer program, which can generate a series of aligners with small changes is the new part. Invisalign is recommended for orthodontic situations with mild to moderate spacing or crowding. They are virtually undetectable, easy to use and comfortable to wear.

Sleep Disorders , Snoring & Treatment

  

Most people who visit this site are interested in these topics:

Are there any alternatives to a CPAP machine?

What kind of dental sleep disorder solutions are available?

How do I stop snoring?

Can anything be done to help my spouse stop snoring?

What is sleep apnea?

What are the symptoms of sleep apnea?

How can sleep apnea be treated?

What can happen if sleep disorders go untreated?

 

Our mission at Dental Health Center is to help sleep disorder sufferers find REAL solutions to their sleep problems. There is a wealth of information on this site dedicated to that purpose.

Oral therapies and simple appliances can make a huge difference in your life. 

Contact us to arrange your own dental sleep disorder consultation.

 

The general definition of obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome
(OSAHS) is daytime sleepiness associated with irregular breathing at night.
Sleep apnea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep.
Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes. They may occur 30 times or more an hour. Typically, normal breathing then starts again, sometimes with a loud snort or choking sound.
Sleep apnea usually is a chronic (ongoing) condition that disrupts your sleep. When your breathing pauses or becomes shallow, you’ll often move out of deep sleep and into light sleep.
As a result, the quality of your sleep is poor, which makes you tired during the day. Sleep apnea is a leading cause of excessive daytime sleepiness.
Do you snore or you have trouble breathing when you sleep?
More than 30 % of adults have some sort of a sleep disorder.
•      Have you been told you snore?
•      Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep?
•      Do you awaken in the morning, only to still feel tired?
•     Do you ever wake up at night choking or gasping?
•      Do your legs feel twitchy at night?
•     Do you doze during the day?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may have a sleep disorder. We can help you determine the cause of your sleep disorder, treat it and give you back your sleep—and your life.
Our office offers comprehensive diagnostic analysis of your snoring, sleep apnea or other related sleep disorders.
Individuals with a sleep disorder can suffer:
•     Heart problems due to the lack of air and blood flow
•    Physiologic problems due to the lack of sleep and of oxygen to the brain
•    Muscle soreness in the neck, back and shoulder from the body flexing while struggling to suck in air during sleep
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder where a person stops breathing for 10 seconds or longer throughout the night. This is caused from throat muscles relaxing and the collapses and closes, which blocks the airways.While the symptom most commonly associated with sleep apnea is snoring, not everyone who snores has the disease. However, when snoring is combined with choking, gasping or pauses in breathing during sleep, it’s more likely an indicator of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea often goes unnoticed or undiagnosed due to the person not realizing what is occurring during the night. Sleep apnea symptoms also may appear during the daytime and include morning headaches, excessive sleepiness, trouble concentrating, memory or learning problems and general moodiness, irritability or depression.If snoring and some of the daytime symptoms have been noticed, pay attention to your sleep to understand if sleep apnea might be the cause. Asking your sleep partner or others in the house if they notice any abrupt choking or gasping when you sleep can also shed light. If so, then getting tested is the next step in regaining a full night’s sleep and your health.  Although these daytime effects may seem inconvenient, there are long term and rather serious health risks with sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea is linked to cardiovascular disease and problems like heart attacks, strokes, and even death. It’s estimated that 12 million people unknowingly suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. In a recent study, it was found that those with untreated sleep apnea double their risk of sudden cardiac death. Weight is also prevalent in relationship to sleep apnea.  Overweight individuals can find more relief from sleep apnea with weight lost and a sleep device such as our SomnoDent Sleep Apnea Appliance.
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder where a person stops breathing for 10 seconds or longer throughout the night. This is caused from throat muscles relaxing and the collapses and closes, which blocks the airways.
While the symptom most commonly associated with sleep apnea is snoring, not everyone who snores has the disease. However, when snoring is combined with choking, gasping or pauses in breathing during sleep, it’s more likely an indicator of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea often goes unnoticed or undiagnosed due to the person not realizing what is occurring during the night.
Sleep apnea symptoms also may appear during the daytime and include morning headaches, excessive sleepiness, trouble concentrating, memory or learning problems and general moodiness, irritability or depression.
If snoring and some of the daytime symptoms have been noticed, pay attention to your sleep to understand if sleep apnea might be the cause. Asking your sleep partner or others in the house if they notice any abrupt choking or gasping when you sleep can also shed light. If so, then getting tested is the next step in regaining a full night’s sleep and your health. 
Although these daytime effects may seem inconvenient, there are long term and rather serious health risks with sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea is linked to cardiovascular disease and problems like heart attacks, strokes, and even death. It’s estimated that 12 million people unknowingly suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. In a recent study, it was found that those with untreated sleep apnea double their risk of sudden cardiac death. Weight is also prevalent in relationship to sleep apnea.  Overweight individuals can find more relief from sleep apnea with weight lost and a sleep device such as our SomnoDent Sleep Apnea Appliance.
In order to treat the full range of symptoms arising from sleep disorders, we offer comprehensive programs. Understanding your sleep disorder will help you understand the steps required to regain your ability to get a good night’s sleep and become healthy again.
Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that requires long-term management. Lifestyle changes, mouthpieces, surgery, and breathing devices can successfully treat sleep apnea in many people
Take the first step toward getting a good night's sleep. Call us today for an appointment at 818-789-2034.
Most insurance plans cover sleep studies and necessary consultations.
Dr. Tebbi has been treating Sleep Apnea and Snoring patients since 1999. He has simplified the concept of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, how to screen for it and types of appliances to use.
For an appointment, please call 818-789-2034.

The general definition of obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome

(OSAHS) is daytime sleepiness associated with irregular breathing at night.

Sleep apnea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep.

Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes. They may occur 30 times or more an hour. Typically, normal breathing then starts again, sometimes with a loud snort or choking sound.

Sleep apnea usually is a chronic (ongoing) condition that disrupts your sleep. When your breathing pauses or becomes shallow, you’ll often move out of deep sleep and into light sleep.

As a result, the quality of your sleep is poor, which makes you tired during the day. Sleep apnea is a leading cause of excessive daytime sleepiness.

Do you snore or you have trouble breathing when you sleep?

More than 30 % of adults have some sort of a sleep disorder.

•      Have you been told you snore?

•      Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep?

•      Do you awaken in the morning, only to still feel tired?

•     Do you ever wake up at night choking or gasping?

•      Do your legs feel twitchy at night?

•     Do you doze during the day?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may have a sleep disorder. We can help you determine the cause of your sleep disorder, treat it and give you back your sleep—and your life.

Our office offers comprehensive diagnostic analysis of your snoring, sleep apnea or other related sleep disorders.

Individuals with a sleep disorder can suffer:

•     Heart problems due to the lack of air and blood flow

•    Physiologic problems due to the lack of sleep and of oxygen to the brain

•    Muscle soreness in the neck, back and shoulder from the body flexing while struggling to suck in air during sleep

 

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder where a person stops breathing for 10 seconds or longer throughout the night. This is caused from throat muscles relaxing and the collapses and closes, which blocks the airways.

While the symptom most commonly associated with sleep apnea is snoring, not everyone who snores has the disease. However, when snoring is combined with choking, gasping or pauses in breathing during sleep, it’s more likely an indicator of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea often goes unnoticed or undiagnosed due to the person not realizing what is occurring during the night.

Sleep apnea symptoms also may appear during the daytime and include morning headaches, excessive sleepiness, trouble concentrating, memory or learning problems and general moodiness, irritability or depression.

If snoring and some of the daytime symptoms have been noticed, pay attention to your sleep to understand if sleep apnea might be the cause. Asking your sleep partner or others in the house if they notice any abrupt choking or gasping when you sleep can also shed light. If so, then getting tested is the next step in regaining a full night’s sleep and your health. 

Although these daytime effects may seem inconvenient, there are long term and rather serious health risks with sleep apnea. Untreated sleep apnea is linked to cardiovascular disease and problems like heart attacks, strokes, and even death. It’s estimated that 12 million people unknowingly suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. In a recent study, it was found that those with untreated sleep apnea double their risk of sudden cardiac death. Weight is also prevalent in relationship to sleep apnea.  Overweight individuals can find more relief from sleep apnea with weight lost and a sleep device such as  SomnoDent Sleep Apnea Appliance, Telescopic and Adjustable Herbst Appliance and TAP 3 and other Anti Snoring & Sleep Apnea Appliances .

In order to treat the full range of symptoms arising from sleep disorders, we offer comprehensive programs. Understanding your sleep disorder will help you understand the steps required to regain your ability to get a good night’s sleep and become healthy again.

Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that requires long-term management. Lifestyle changes, mouthpieces, surgery, and breathing devices can successfully treat sleep apnea in many people

Take the first step toward getting a good night's sleep. 

Most insurance plans cover sleep studies and necessary consultations.

Dr. Tebbi has been treating Sleep Apnea and Snoring patients since 1999. He has simplified the concept of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, how to screen for it and types of appliances to use.

 

(818) 789- 2034

Schedule a FREE, No Risk Appointment Today!


 
 
 
 
 
Encino Dentist. Dr. Daniel Tebbi provides Cosmetic Dentist, Family Dentist, Teeth Whitening, Invisalign, Clear Braces, Dental Emergency, Pain Free Dentistry, provides Sleep Apnea, Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Hypopnea, Sleep Apnea Treatment, Sleep Disorder, Snoring, Breathing Disorder to the following locations: Woodland Hills, CA, Tarzana, CA, Sherman Oaks, CA. Woodland Hills, CA Dentist providing excellent dentistry including Cosmetic Dentist, Family Dentist, Teeth Whitening, Invisalign, Clear Braces, Dental Emergency, Pain Free Dentistry in Encino, Woodland Hills, CA, Tarzana, CA, Sherman Oaks, CA,Woodland Hills, CA. Calabasas, CA.

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Dental Health Center

Daniel Tebbi D.M.D.

Children & Adult Orthodontics in Encino

818-789-2034

16661 Ventura Blvd. suite 620 Encino, CA, 91436

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Aetna PPO, AFLAC, AIG, Ameritas, Ameritas PPO, Assurant, BC life & Health, Blue Cross Prudent Buyer, Blue Shield, CANADA LIFE, Cigna PPO, Delta Dental of California PPO Plan,   Delta Dental of California Premier Plan,   Dental Wellness Partners, First Health Alliance, First Dental Health/PPO/EPO,  Met Life PPO, GREAT WEST, Guardian DentalGuard PPO, New Dental Choice,    PACIFICARE, United Concordia, Principal PPO,  Safeguard California,  Careington Dental Plan (THIS PLAN IS NOT INSURANCE), 

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If left untreated, snoring and Sleep Apnea can put you at increased risk to develop serious health problems including high blood pressure, stroke, congestive heart failure and coronary artery disease.
Snoring can be a symptom of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Some of the symptoms of OSA include:
Headaches
Poor Concentration
Loss of Libido
Tiredness of waking
Daytime sleepiness
Although OSA sufferers may experience hundreds of episodes of apnea per night, they are unlikely to remember any of them. If, as is often the case due to loud snoring and gasping, the sufferer sleeps separately or lives alone they may not be aware of their condition, even after many years.
Sleep apnea, the cessation of breathing during sleep, is a common problem that affects both adults and children. The National Institutes of Health estimate that more than 12 million Americans have sleep apnea, most often undetected or misdiagnosed. In fact, conservative estimates suggest that only 16 percent of sleep apnea sufferers receive treatment.
Untreated sleep apnea affects your well-being. Sleep apnea may contribute to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and erectile dysfunction, as well as to memory and concentration impairment. Since sleep apnea reduces the quality of your sleep and contributes to daytime sleepiness, driving becomes more dangerous. In fact, sleep apnea is a leading cause of car accidents.
With proper treatment, you can increase the quality of your life dramatically!!
If You:
Have difficulty waking up in the morning
Have poor performance in school, on the job, or in sports
Have Increased clumsiness
Have Difficulty making decisions
Are falling asleep during work or class
Are feeling especially moody or irritate
 
Call 818-789-2034 today for a complimentary consultation & find out if Oral Appliance
Therapy is the potential solution for your Snoring & Sleep Apnea condition.
This no-obligation consultation is a great way for you to learn more about your condition and to get a better understanding of how treatment can help you can get the healthy sleep your body needs to regulate your mood, improve your memory and motor skills.

If left untreated, snoring and Sleep Apnea can put you at increased risk to develop serious health problems including high blood pressure, stroke, congestive heart failure and coronary artery disease.

Snoring can be a symptom of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Some of the symptoms of OSA include:

Headaches  Poor Concentration  Loss of Libido  Tiredness of waking  Daytime sleepiness

Although OSA sufferers may experience hundreds of episodes of apnea per night, they are unlikely to remember any of them. If, as is often the case due to loud snoring and gasping, the sufferer sleeps separately or lives alone they may not be aware of their condition, even after many years.

Sleep apnea, the cessation of breathing during sleep, is a common problem that affects both adults and children. The National Institutes of Health estimate that more than 12 million Americans have sleep apnea, most often undetected or misdiagnosed. In fact, conservative estimates suggest that only 16 percent of sleep apnea sufferers receive treatment.

Untreated sleep apnea affects your well-being. Sleep apnea may contribute to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and erectile dysfunction, as well as to memory and concentration impairment. Since sleep apnea reduces the quality of your sleep and contributes to daytime sleepiness, driving becomes more dangerous. In fact, sleep apnea is a leading cause of car accidents.

With proper treatment, you can increase the quality of your life dramatically!!

If You:  Have difficulty waking up in the morning  Have poor performance in school, on the job, or in sports  Have Increased clumsiness  Have Difficulty making decisions  Are falling asleep during work or class  Are feeling especially moody or irritate

Dental Solutoins, Free Orthodontic Consultation, Six Month Braces Option in Encino: 

Prosthodontics/Obstructive Airway Treatment

If you’ve tried CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) and self-help tips and your sleep problems persist, you may benefit from a simple dental device. In some cases, our patients find oral appliances are much easier to use than a CPAP machine. The goal for the dental device is to relieve snoring and mild obstructive sleep apnea.

Dental devices are designed to open your throat by bringing your jaw or tongue forward during sleep. When the jaw moves forward it allows more room for the tongue and soft tissue. Dental devices slightly open the teeth to help decompress the jaw joint and open the airway down your throat.

Most dental devices fit inside your mouth, much like an athletic mouth guard or night guard. it offers a full range of dental/oral appliances, including the:

. Mandibular repositioning device . Tongue retaining device

Each dental device is custom made for the individual. We complete a thorough dental exam in order to prescribe the proper sleep device for each patient.

It is extremely important to get fitted by a dental practitioner specializing in sleep apnea and to see the dental practitioner for any future dental problems that may occur. You may need to have your dental practitioner adjust the mouthpiece to fit better as your muscular system relaxes or strengthens over time.

Call 818-789-2034 today for a complimentary consultation & find out if Oral Appliance

Therapy is the potential solution for your Snoring & Sleep Apnea condition.

This no-obligation consultation is a great way for you to learn more about your condition and to get a better understanding of how treatment can help you can get the healthy sleep your body needs to regulate your mood, improve your memory and motor skills.