Sleep Group Solutions Announces First Quarter Seminar Line-up for Dental Continuing Education Courses in 2015

Dental Sleep Medicine education company, Sleep Group Solutions, teaches a complete sleep protocol focusing on education, in-office training, and instrumentation for dentists treating sleep apnea patients.

Dentists across the country are participating in dental continuing education courses, which teach dental professionals how to screen and treat snoring and sleep apnea, through Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT). With such a high demand for quality sleep courses, Sleep Group Solutions continue to grow as leaders in complete sleep protocol solutions, by projecting to offer nearly 100 live lectures in 2015. Sleep Group Solutions is pleased to announce the first quarter line-up for 2015 live lectures in Dental Sleep Medicine.

Dentists looking for continuing education in Sleep can log onto to view the 2015 first quarter calendar of nationwide lectures in SA (sleep apnea) screening and treatment. The Sleep Group Solutions Intro to Dental Sleep Medicine course covers industry topics such as; screening techniques, instrumentation, visual signs and symptoms, oral appliances, insurance and billing, home sleep testing, marketing, and more. “2015 will be a busy year in Sleep. SGS plans on offering nearly 100 opportunities to learn live, I believe that is the most courses offered by one single Dental Sleep Medicine education company,” says Vice President John Nadeau. “We are adding locations such as Charlotte, Salt Lake City, and Austin, to accommodate more dentists to learn Sleep.”

High blood pressure, hypertension, diabetes, daytime fatigue, snoring, and morning headaches are all indications of a more serious problem, Sleep Apnea. Dentists and Hygienists are learning their roles in SA treatment after attending dental continuing education courses offered by Sleep Group Solutions. “I have attended many Sleep lectures, but never left feeling confident implementing a protocol. It wasn’t until the SGS 2 day lecture that I was given the proper tools to confidently and successfully begin treating patients,” says Damian Blum, DMD from Ellicott City, MD. Dr. Blum is one of the select group of dentists trained in Sleep Disorders Dentistry, offering patients an alternative to the CPAP.