Course provided by SCOPE Institute.
ABC: Airway, Bruxism, & Craniofacial Pain Dental Course Description
It is becoming clear that dentists involved in either obstructive sleep apnea, TMJ pain, or bruxism treatment should be knowledgeable in all three areas. Understanding the correlation between airway, bruxism, and craniofacial pain can help you grow your dental sleep medicine and craniofacial pain practice by identifying root causes of symptoms and building stronger referral relationships with physicians. Learn how to assess your patients, prioritize, and fabricate a treatment plan that provides the best results for these three conditions.
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 of care possible.
Benefits of Attending
- 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.
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|DAY 1||DAY 2|
|7:30am||Breakfast & Registration||7:30am||Breakfast|
|8:00am||Pre-test, Review current literature on the etiology of bruxism||8:00am||Basic treatment of common Craniofacial Pain and TMJ Disorders|
|9:00am||Understand how sleep apnea may be related to bruxism||10:00am||Morning Break|
|10:00am||Morning Break||10:15am||How to manage complex patients with both pain and SBD issues|
|10:15am||Screen patients for possible sleep apnea related bruxism||12:00pm||Lunch|
|11:00am||Learn how to protect the patient’s teeth by protecting their airway||1:00pm||Case Studies|
|1:00pm||How is bruxism related to craniofacial pain, treating the craniofacial pain and bruxism patient||3:15pm||Post-test, tying it all together, review, action steps for implementation|
|3:15pm||Treating more patients through these connections|
16 CE Credits
Team Member $995
Dentist + 2 Team M. $2495
Dr. Mayoor Patel
ABC: Airway, Bruxism, Craniofacial Pain Course FAQs
Are there any pre-requisites before taking this course?
The ABC dental course is recommended for dental practices that have taken an introductory course in dental sleep medicine or craniofacial pain / TMJ treatment and are interested in treating more sleep apnea or craniofacial pain patients.
It is an essential course for practices in any stage of their dental sleep medicine and craniofacial pain practice, as the content is typically not found in other courses, and the knowledge gained serves to aid in building referral relationships with physicians and the medical community, growing your practice and regularly gaining new patients.
PACEProgram Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit Approval does not imply acceptance bya state of provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. 8/1/2016 to 7/31/2019.
Refund and Cancellation Policies:
All cancellations are to be made in writing. Registrations may be refunded at 100% if cancelled within the first 7 days of registration. An assessment fee of 30% will be taken for cancellations 8 days after registration if prior to 21 days before the course. An assessment fee of 50% will be taken for cancellations that are 21 days before the course or less. Attendees can transfer their registration to another course without penalty up until 10 days prior to course. Within 10 days of course, a 20% penalty to transfers will be applied.