Dental Sleep Medicine in General Practice
CE Credits: 3 Hour Lecture | Subject: Dental Sleep Medicine | Recommended for: All Attendees
This course will allow the general practitioner to survey the current landscape of medical and dental treatments for sleep apnea and decide how and if they want to evolve into this life-saving arena. The overview will briefly cover screening, marketing, treatment, appliances, medical billing, and how to fit this into your practice. Sleep medicine has progressed in both the diagnosis and treatment protocol and outcome predictability. It is estimated that 25% of the population is at risk for this life-threatening condition and dentistry is at the frontlines. Mark will help you evaluate the various aspects of this treatment construct and provide basic training in sleep dentistry.
- Understand how to incorporate DSM into your practice.
- Survey choices for screening, testing, treating, and billing.
- Develop a matrix for device selection and treatment protocols.
About the Speaker:
Mark practices DSM part-time in Rochester, Michigan, is the Lead Faculty for Clinical Education at ProSomnus Sleep Technologies and chairs the Dental Sleep Medicine program at the Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry and as a Regular Presenter on Sleep and TMD at the Pankey Institute. He has served on the Boards of Directors of the Pankey Institute, National Association of Dental Laboratories, the Identalloy Council, the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology, St. Vincent DePaul’s Dental Center, and the Dental Advisor. He lectures internationally on Leadership, Practice Management, Communication, Case Acceptance, Planning, Occlusion, Sleep, and TMD. Financial Relationship – Honorarium: ProSomnus Sleep Techniques; Other: Lead faculty Clinical Education.