In this webinar, Dr. Wilkerson uncovers the relationship between malocclusion and breathing disorders. Learn what to look for when screening for airway disorders and the result of leaving these disorders untreatedLearn More
Course Category: Sleep Apnea
Dr. Barry Raphael discuss how many of our dental school and residency orthodoxies are now very different than what was taught. He'll turn your thinking about Sleep Dentistry around, too. Traditionally, in orthodontics we align the teeth first, set the occlusion, get the jaws to balance and match the joints, hope the muscles will follow the form, and see about the airway last (if at all). In Airway Orthodontics, we reverse our priorities. The health of the airway comes first, then we balance posture and musculature so that the jaws can grow fully and have plenty of room for the teeth to come in straight. And that's not the only way of thinking that has been turned on its head!Learn More
In order to effectively treat patients with TMD, we must first be able to accurately diagnose the root of their pain and then predictably treat them. Unfortunately, most dentists do not feel prepared or confident to do either. In this webinar, learn the difference between Occluso-Muscle, Intracapsular, and Orofacial Pain Related Disorders, when and how to use splint therapy for suspected TMJ disorders, how to approach TMD patients with restorative and esthetic needs, and the importance of airway as a consideration in treatment.Learn More
In the growing medical specialty of oral medicine, airway is a subject of great importance. Disordered breathing is now linked with malocclusion, TMD, bruxism, headaches, caries risk, periodontal disease and systematic effects like diabeities and CVD. Witt will highlight these connectors and describe a checklist for screening, testing, and treating airway disorders in a dental practice.Learn More
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