For over 15 years, her clinical practice and research have focused on the diagnosis of sleep disorders and oral appliance therapy for sleep-disordered breathing. As part of her clinical practice and research at The University of Calgary, Dr. Dort saw potential for an alternative to the complex, uncomfortable and often expensive snoring solutions on the market. Looking at the mechanics of snoring holistically, she discovered an ingeniously simple but effective anti-snoring strategy — and the central idea of the Good Morning Snore Solution.
Other Publications by The Inventor
- A combination appliance for obstructive sleep apnea. The effectiveness of mandibular advancement and tongue retention. Leslie Dort, DDS; John Remmers, MD, Journal Clinical Sleep Medicine. J Clin Sleep Med 2012: 8(3):265-269.
- Dort LC and Brant R. A randomized, controlled, crossover study of a non-customized tongue retaining device for sleep disordered breathing. Sleep and Breathing. 2008; 12:369-373
- Dort LC, Hadjuk E, Remmers. JE Mandibular advancement and obstructive sleep apnea: a method for determining effective mandibular protrusion. European Respiratory Journal. 2006 May; 27(5):1003-9.
- Dort LC, Hussein J. Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea: compliance with oral appliance therapy. Journal of Otolaryngology. 2004; 33: p172 – 176
- Tsai WH, Vazquez JC, Oshima T, Dort LC, Roycroft B, Lowe AA, Hajduk E, Remmers JE Remotely controlled mandibular positioner predicts efficacy of oral appliances in sleep apnea. American Journal of Respiratory Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. 2004 ;170: p 366-370.
- Dort LC. When Patients Fall Asleep in the Dental Chair — A Wake-up Call for Dentists. Journal of the Canadian Dental Association 2003; 69: p14–15