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Date: May 7, 2021
Time: 8.00am – 3:30pm
Price: $1095 + HST (Early Bird Deadline March 7, 2021 – $1045.00 + HST )
What YOU will Learn:
This course offers more advanced therapy fundamentals upon completion of the introductory course. If you are already practicing dental sleep medicine, you can also attend this advanced course.
The value of sleep apnea therapy is crucial in dentistry, and you have the capacity to provide more for your patients than you think!
- A review of sleep disordered breathing and Oral Appliance Therapy (learn in 3 hours what you need to tell your patient in 40 minutes)
- Sleep Studies – how to interpret them for yourself and your patients
- Oral Appliances- How to choose the right one
- Management of patients with moderate and severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Delivery of the Oral Appliance and how to follow up afterwards for success
*Each participant will receive and have fitted a custom oral appliance for their use (at a lab value of $650)
*Each participant will be given the opportunity to fabricate an AM Aligner to mitigate occlusal changes
*Samples of stationary to keep you organized and legally protected will be provided.
Prior to the course each dentist should provide scans or models and protrusive registration so that a personalized oral appliance will be available to them for fitting. Part of the program ‘Fundamentals of Sleep Medicine in Dentistry’ will be devoted to assessing the appliance effectiveness and dealing with its side effects.
You will need to register for the Program (both introductory and advanced courses offered), if you have not learned and practice the making of oral appliance models and protrusive registration.
Cost: $1095 + HST (Early Bird Deadline March 7, 2021 – $1045.00 + 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.