The Physiologic Approach to Treating OSA – Level I
- Posted on: Jan 22 2019
Course Type: Elective Courses
Hundreds of millions of people of all ages around the world suffer from deadly obstructive sleep apnea. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) has been linked to Cardiovascular Disease, Cerebrovascular Insult, Endocrine Disorders and Obesity. Our medical colleagues are asking for our help, NOW! OSA is considered a disease of craniofacial anatomy so the ONUS is on dentists to identify and help manage OSA sufferers.
Are you prepared to start SAVING LIVES?
This three-day program presents an excellent introduction to evidence-based Dental Sleep Medicine and is designed to prepare dentists and their teams to confidently identify, refer and help co-manage patients with snoring and deadly obstructive sleep apnea. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the relationships between sleep breathing disorders, Physiologic Dentistry and health. They can discover how to get started, immediately expanding their diagnostic acumen and scope of practice.
The goal of this course is for all participating dentists to become the Dental Sleep Physicians that medical sleep specialists want and need to recognize and refer patients. The possibility of knowing what to do about OSA when you return to your office on Monday morning should encourage you to experience this course!
View our Course Information:
|Tuition: $3695 – Doctor||Prerequisites: None|
|Team Tuition: $795||CE Credits: 12 Hours Participation, 10.5 Hours Lecture, 22.5 Total CE Credit Hours|
|AGD Codes: 160 – Sleep Apnea & Appliance Therapy (Electives)||Length of Course: 3 days|
|Campus: LVI Main Campus|
The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:
- How to take a Physiologic Sleep Bite℠
- Discuss sleep and breathing physiology; normal and pathologic
- Discuss the anatomy and physiology of airway and its relationship to OSA and TMD
- Integrate OSA signs and symptoms into routine dental diagnostics
- Identify and differentiate OSA sufferers versus snorers with 99% accuracy
- Discuss why The Physiologic Approach is important
- Perform OSA Consultation examination/palpation
- Select what is needed in snoring and OSA appliances
- Utilize Combination Therapy – Jointly treating both TMD and OSA at the same time
- Develop the skills to make OSA more practical, efficient and profitable
Sunday, September 15, 2019 to Tuesday, September 17, 2019
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See what others that have taken the course have to say:
Having been a veteran of Dental Sleep Medicine, I am amazed at how LVI goes beyond “appliance therapy” to truly helping patients find answers to where medicine has failed them. You truly cannot be a comprehensive dentist without caring for the “Airway.”
Dr. Nancy Nehawandian
If you have ever had just 1 patient that you couldn’t completely “fix” then OSA classes are a must. Way more than you realize has to do with what happens during sleep!
Dr. Jennifer Wallace
I know that this course is only the beginning of my journey into the treatment of sleep dentistry. This has not only “filled in the blanks” but opened my eyes to the possibility of really helping many patients but informed me of the true scope of the sleep apnea epidemic. This course was referred to me by Dr. Eric Coontz. I am so grateful that he sent me here.
Dr. Michael Egan
This course arms you with powerful knowledge for sleep physiology and how to apply it in extending and enhancing our patients lives through our own treatments and knowing when to refer. LVI education has changed my practice and lives of my patients in dramatic ways. It has been truly amazing and fulfilling journey that I hope never ends.
Dr. Michael Firouzian