The full version of the magazine is available online once again at www.dentalsleepmagazine.com I would like to thank all the contributors who helped make this possible including co-editors Dr. Brian Allman, Dr. Dan Tache and SGS President Mr. Rani Ben-David. In this issue look for some great articles including: Internet Based Education – Dr. Maurice…Details
Dr. Rondeau brings world class lecturers with cutting edge content and this year is no different. 17 oustanding professionals, including SGS’s John Nadeau, will present the latest technologies and techniques in their respective fields. Full length Doctor and Staff programs make this a meeting for the entire office. Set in the beautiful Paris Hotel, it…Details
This publication is an industry first and features contributions from many industry leaders and experts. These magazines are perfect to share with dental colleagues, referring physicians and even patients. By getting the word out about sleep disorders and the dental solutions available we will save more lives than ever before. If you would like to…Details
MOU was signed in March, 2007… Look for exciting updates about this new SGS venture in the next few weeks!
SGS principals have been actively involved with AlphaBio CEO Dr. Ophir Fromovich for over a year. Dr. Fromovich is the innovator of the predecessor to the NobelActive implant which will be launched in the second quarter of this year. With this move, Nobel Biocare will reinforce its leading position in the industry and gain access…Details
SGS Signed an agreement with a US manufacturing company to outsource technology development and engineering projects.
SGS is in the final stages of negotiations to acquire a major distributor in the dental arena. This acquisition will help further penetrate the dental market and expand SGS’s network of clinics and clients.
2007 Course Dates: March 31-April 1 – Washington, DC May 11-12 – Los Angeles, CA May 18-19 – Chicago, IL November 23-24 – Toronto, ON Snoring and sleep apnea is not just a social nuisance, it is a serious health risk. Cardiovascular disease is the number two cause of death in North America, and patients…Details
Abbreviated Definition: Dental Sleep Medicine focuses on the management of sleep-related breathing disorders (SBD), which includes snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), with oral appliance therapy (OAT) and upper airway surgery. OAT involves the customized selection, fabrication, fitting, adjustments, and long-term follow-up care of specially designed oral devices, worn during sleep, which reposition the lower…Details
Biomechanics is licensing the rights to their acoustic imaging patents to SGS which will soon lead to some exciting innovations in the field of acoustic reflection technology and sleep disorders dentistry. The patents surrounding the technology currently being marketed as the Eccovision Acoustic Pharyngometer / Rhinometer device were invented by Harvard University professor Jeffrey J.…Details