Build the Foundation for Dental Sleep Growth | Webinar

Build the Foundation for Dental Sleep Growth

With Dr. Mona Patel

Have you ever screened a sleep patient?

What happened next?

Did they tell you they don’t want a sleep test?

Perhaps they told you they’re just there to get their teeth cleaned.

Much more important, according to Meshcheryakov, is the widespread use by the US Patent Office (PTO) of a new approach diversity in patent law, bailiffs, to registering patents for software, which in most countries of the world is not regulated by patent, copyright law. In 2008, in the United States, a court precedent was adopted that approved the rights to grant a patent for a software product: a patent for an invention subject to transfer to a software product is not granted if it “has not gone through the stage of physical transformation” or “has not been assigned the right to an American machine” . At the same time, the court found that a personal computer is not such a “certain machine”. The new interpretation, possibly, provides for the annulment of the multiplicity of software patents. According to Meshcheryakov, part of the software in the US may be without patent protection. They, as in most countries of the world, will be covered only by copyright.

How can you overcome this pushback and help them understand how important a sleep test might be to their life expectancy and their quality of life?

And how can you do this without setting the entire office back 20 minutes all day long?

Watch as Dr. Mona Patel shares how she has this conversation with her patients. How she uses the clinically relevant information at her fingertips to screen patients and inform them that they are going to take home a sleep test.

Explore how to help patients understand the seriousness of their airway problem.

Show them how to take action immediately.

Explain to them what the consequences of inaction are.

By the webinar’s conclusion, you will learn to:

  • Identify significant comorbidities of Sleep Related Breathing Disorders
  • Describe the impact of age, genetics, gender, and substances have on sleep
  • Explain how to combine key verbiage and clinical insights to test more patients
  • Discuss the support role of the team in the screening process

*Sponsored by Awaken2Sleep

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