CORRELATION BETWEEN AIRWAY, BRUXISM & CRANIOFACIAL PAIN- JUPITER, FL DEC2018
Dentist: $1,295 Team Member: $795
Do you know the relationship between sleep apnea, bruxism, and craniofacial pain?
It is becoming increasingly clear that dentists involved in either sleep apnea, TMJ pain, or bruxism treatment should be knowledgeable in all three areas. Learn how to assess your patients, prioritize, and fabricate a treatment plan that provides the best results for these three conditions.
Participant will Learn
-Discover the link between obstructive sleep apnea, bruxism, and craniofacial pain.
-Increase your patients’ quality of care by providing the best treatment options.
-Build stronger referral relationships with physicians.
During the ABC: Airway, Bruxism, and Craniofacial Pain dental seminar provided by the SCOPE Institute for Sleep Apnea & Craniofacial Pain Education, Dr. Mayoor Patel will be introducing the relationship between these three disorders. With clenching or grinding of one’s teeth being a symptom of pain, OR a way for the brain to protect itself from suffocation, we will demonstrate how to implement a screening process to help identify bruxism as a sign of TMJ/craniofacial pain and sleep disordered breathing, and manage their disorders.
Getting your patients out of pain and restoring their energy, health, and quality of life is immensely rewarding and needed by so many patients with sleep apnea, orofacial pain, and bruxism, and this dental course will help you give these patients the best quality care possible.