Fatigue? Bruxism? Scalloped tongue?
Your patient may have OSA, and likely does not know.
Screening and treating patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is about more than giving your patients a good night’s sleep.
Many patients don’t realize they have sleep-disordered breathing. Dental professionals play a critical role in screening and treating OSA. Not only can dental sleep medicine change a patient’s smile, it could be instrumental in saving a patient’s life.
Dr. Erika Mason’s presentation brings clarity to the causes and life-altering consequences of sleep apnea. Gain the knowledge and skills to screen patients for sleep disordered breathing in your practice. Learn effective marketing and dental/medical insurance billing practices. Leave the session with the knowledge and skills to screen and treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea in your patients and achieve wellness.