Treat More Sleep: YOUR Moments of Impact for DSM Patients
Treat More Sleep: YOUR Moments of Impact for DSM Patients With Mark Murphy DDS, Diplomate, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine Description: Everyone wants to treat more sleep patients. And there are millions of them that need help. So why do so many patients say “I’ll think about it”? And how can you treat more
Telemedicine – From Screening to Prescription With Dr. Jagdeep Bijwadia
The COVID pandemic highlighted the utility of telemedicine. Previously thought of as a futuristic novelty with limited use cases, its benefit has been realized and it continues to gain adoption across the world.
Home Sleep Testing in Your Dental Practice – The Right Way With Dr. Greg Manning
The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) published their landmark position statement on dentistry’s use of home sleep testing (HST) last year. This position is a significant shift from their previous position as it encourages dentists to play an active role in treating sleep apnea sufferers by offering HST in their practices.
9 Reasons Why the Nose is Critical to Oral Appliance Success With Dr. Steve Carstensen
Improving breathing for your patients means more than just a great mandibular advancement device. Sure, holding their jaw forward opens the airway, but they are supposed to breathe through their nose, right? What do you do if the MAD doesn’t fix all the problems? Helping your patients improve nasal airflow and combination therapy are necessary strategies for airway management success.
Why Your Sleep Case Acceptance Sucks (AND HOW TO FIX IT!) With Michael Cowen and Chad Wooters
Why Your Sleep Case Acceptance Sucks (AND HOW TO FIX IT!) With Michael Cowen and Chad Wooters Listen to the Webinar! Listen to the Webinar Q & A! Description:You and your team of skilled superheroes can present a treatment plan better than anyone, right? Every Tom, Dick, and Harry agree to that crown or implant…
4 Appliances to Treat 95% Of Your Sleep Patients With Greg Manning, DDS
1 out of 4 patients in your dental practice this week have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). For those that will benefit from an oral appliance, 95% of them can be treated with 1 of these 4 appliances.
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