"This two-day course is a great opportunity for dentists and staff to take their sleep dentistry practice to the next level."
Frisco, TX (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
Continuing education is important in the maintenance of dental practices worldwide. With an estimated 22 million patients suffering from an obtrusive disease known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) patients are turning to their dentists for an effective treatment.
To help dentists and dental staff continue to improve their dental sleep practices with advanced procedures and services, SomnoMed Academy is presenting a two-day seminar, Dental Sleep Medicine Level II Clinical Training, February 27-28 at Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando.
A multidisciplinary faculty, consisting of dentists, physicians and sleep medicine professionals, will present sessions on Friday and Saturday, to allow for easy travel and scheduling, covering the following topics:
- 20 Sleep Disorders: The Absolute Essentials
- How to Read a Sleep Study: Beyond the AHI
- CPAP, BIPAP, ASV: Unraveling the Alphabet Soup. Speak the MD Lingo
- Surgical and Other non-CPAP Options for OSA: What Do I Tell My Patient?
- Still Sleepy After Optimal Titration: Now What?
- TMJ: A Painful Conversation? Troubleshooting Tips & Tricks
- Making a Dental Sleep Practice Work
- How to Grow Your Dental Sleep Practice
"This two-day course is a great opportunity for dentists and staff to take their sleep dentistry practice to the next level. Dental Sleep Medicine is expanding exponentially, which is why it is important to complete continuing education in this field," stated Kien Nguyen, President of SomnoMed North America.
SomnoMed Academy boasts many benefits to further help dentists and staff better understand the constantly growly field of Dental Sleep Medicine. With a strict limit of 25 participants, SomnoMed can ensure quality instruction to all dentists and dental staff involved. Through such an exceptional learning experience, participants can experience training from both dentists and physicians who are leaders in the field. This course is intended for those who have already begun treating patients with OSA and would like to advance their practice to the next level.
Dentists and dental staff attending this two-day seminar will obtain certification of Level II from SomnoMed Academy in Dental Sleep Medicine. SomnoMed Academy seminars are accredited with the AGD PACE and ADA CERP Programs and offer 10 CE credits. Registration includes CEs for dentists, hotel accommodations for Friday, February 27th at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort and all meals throughout the duration of the seminar. Participants can register or find information about the presenting faculty, seminars and more by visiting http://www.somnomed.com/level2.
As the global leader in COAT (Continuous Open Airway Therapy), SomnoMed provides clinically proven diagnostic and treatment options for sleep-related breathing disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and sleep bruxism. http://www.somnomed.com