2009 SGS Sleep Seminars

This is one of the fastest growing dental specialties and one of the most valuable services you can provide for your patients. Sleep apnea has reached epidemic levels in North America, these seminars will give you the tools needed to successfully identify sleep apnea and work with the medical community on diagnosis and treatment.

To lead our seminars SGS is bringing some of the most successful practitioners of dental sleep medicine to share their own experience and cases. These well respected dentists offer unique insight and teach evidence based protocols that have been honed through years of experience.


Dr. Brian Allman

Reno, NV

Dr. Allman began lecturing with SGS last year and has received outstanding reviews. He holds nothing back with his passionate lecture. Focusing heavily on networking with the medical community he shares the protocols he has used to become one of the most successful dental sleep medicine practitioners in the country.


Dr. Dan Tache

Green Bay, WI

Dr. Tache began his journey into sleep by noticing many airway problems with patients being treated for TMD. The TMD, clenching, bruxing & airway connection is strong and Dr. Tache will explain how treating airway help improve success in all aspects of his practice. A Diplomat of the ADSM, Dr. Tache’s lecture is always well received.


Dr. Brock Rondeau

London, ON

Dr. Rondeau is one of North America’s most sought-after clinicians. Over 15,000 dentists have attended his orthodontics lectures. Sleep apnea represents the most rapidly growing part of his practice. Dr. Rondeau will share many cases and techniques he uses to treat this life threatening disorder.



“Which appliance should I use” – the most common question asked by new dentists starting with sleep apnea. The correct answer is: There is no magic appliance. Unlike many other courses out there, Sleep Group Solutions and our instructors do not own, promote, or have any involvement with just one appliance. What that means is that you will get an un-biased opinion of many of the top appliances available to dentists and the pro’s and con’s of each one.

NEW for 2009 – through SGS business relationship we have contacts with hundreds of sleep labs across the US. Many of our seminars will introduce representatives from these sleep labs and give attendees an opportunity to immediately begin working with a sleep diagnostic center in their area.

In addition to the basics of sleep and clinical aspects of sleep apnea, all of our courses will feature detailed instruction on

  • How to find patients in your existing practice
  • Medical / Legal protocols for treating OSA
  • Insurance Billing (How to deal with medical insurance)
  • Networking with physicians
  • Marketing your dental sleep medicine practice (do’s and don’ts)
  • Hands on opportunity to evaluate airways with the Acoustic Pharyngometer / Rhinometer as well as overnight sleep study testing of attendees with the Embletta X100 ambulatory sleep study.
  • Hands on opportunity to fabricate a NORAD “Boil & Bite” appliance.