Every dentist wants to develop a strong presence in the exciting and profitable world of Dental Sleep Medicine. We have all heard the stories of phenomenal success some dentists have in treating patients for Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
This article will provide you with the solutions to your questions and get you excited about incorporating Dental Sleep Medicine (DSM). into your Dental Practice.
“How Will I Benefit by DSM in my Dental Practice?”
This is a huge winner for your practice, for you, for your team, and for your patients.
A. The Benefits for you and your Dental Practice
1. Acquire New Patients- lots of them.Details
Information-packed 2017 Dental Continuing Education Booklet is available now to view online, download, and print.Details
Satisfied is not enough. Make them leave you ENTHUSIASTIC, and eager to tell the first person they see about their great experience. At the end of each dental visit a closure is needed to leave your patient with a WOW! feeling. A five part, one minute DEBRIEFING. Such a communication, while the patient is…Details
I want to share my new passion for what can change your patient’s and your lives, by introducing the treatment of sleep apnea and snoring to your practice. There are practice and life changing benefits to adding dental sleep medicine to your practice. And this is true for new, mature and even near retirement dentists!…Details
Is there anyone in a better position than the Hygienist to discover the signs and symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea? Your field of operations is right there at the opening of the airway. You can’t miss the signs. You can see if a large tongue is blocking the passageway to the pharynx. You can…Details
Do you remember the two recent deadly train wrecks attributed to engineers suffering from sleep apnea? The first was in NYC on Metro North RR and the other on NJ Transit commuting from NYC. It’s known that 1 out of 3 people suffer from a sleep disorder. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) can effect…Details