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Date: November 6, 2020
Time: 8.00am – 3:30pm
Price: $995 + HST (Early Bird Deadline Sept. 6, 2020 – $945.00 + HST )
What YOU will Learn:
This course is designed for beginners who have treated fewer than 5 patients. The only equipment needed to begin treating patients the next day is a gauge to measure protrusion of the mandible, and this will be provided to each attendee. Proper case selection will be emphasized to ensure a high success rate so that attendees will be sufficiently competent to attend the next level course. Selection of the oral appliance is limited to one (the Somnodent) to make treatment planning easy. A sample appliance will be provided to each attendee to demonstrate to patients.
- Epidemiology – What are the Numbers?
- Pathophysiology– What is sleep disturbed breathing and what do the numbers mean
- What are the health implications?
- Treatment of Sleep Disordered Breathing
- CPAP (The Gold Standard of Care)
- Oral Appliance Therapy
- Oral Appliance Therapy
- How does it work?
- Bite Registration (Hands On)
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine/ American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Guidelines
- Canadian Agency for the Drugs and Technology in Health Guidelines
- Side effects and complications
- Properties of an ideal Oral Appliance
- Only one appliance to be shown
- Case Selection appropriate to your degree of expertise
- Legal Obligations: RCDSO Guidelines
- Bite Changes: How to prevent AM aligner (Hands On)
Cost: $995 + HST (Early Bird Deadline Sept. 6, 2020 – $945.00 + HST )
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Dr. Les Priemer graduated from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in 1972.
He is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (having served on its Education and Curriculum Committee), and an emeritus member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine and sat on its certification committee in 2003-2004. He consults with several sleep diagnostic centers and has given numerous presentations to sleep and general hospital rounds, physicians, respiratory technicians and dentists. He has presented to the Ontario Dental Association Spring Meeting, the Bermuda Dental Association, University of Toronto Respirology, Sleep Medicine Day, and the Youthdale Pediatric Sleep Medicine Day, and has authored articles on sleep-disordered breathing for the Ontario Dental Association Journal, the Canadian Dental Protection Association and Spectrum.
He has served on the Dental Advisory Committee for Dental Services Group both locally and internationally. As well, in 2005 and 2006 he served as a non-council member of the Complaints Committee of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario.
His practice in Toronto is limited to the treatment of Sleep Disordered Breathing.