Incredible Black Friday Deals

All deals available exclusively from 12:01 AM 11/26/21 until 11:59 PM 12/01/21

Functional Occlusion – Our Latest & Our Legacy

Register to attend the February 2022 Orlando Functional Occlusion course and receive 6-month access to Dr. Dawson’s classic Live Stream course, Functional Occlusion: From TMJ to Smile Design (a $999 value!)

Register to attend Functional Occlusion: Protocols to Put Your Practice in the Top 10% live in Orlando, FL at the Wyndham Grand Resort Bonnet Creek on February 11-12, 2022, presented by Dr. Leonard Hess, and receive 6-month online access to the classic Live Stream by Dr. Dawson himself, Functional Occlusion: From TMJ to Smile Design – a savings of $995!

The 2022 International Airway Symposium will be held in Clearwater, Florida on January 14-15, 2022 at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach Resort. This year’s symposium will feature our BEST lineup yet, with Drs. Stanley Yung Liu and Audrey Yoon of the Stanford Sleep Team, as well as Drs. Mark Piper and DeWitt Wilkerson. Click here for full details on the 2022 International Airway Symposium!

Complete Care Lecture & Hands-On Bundle

Register to attend the February 2022 Orlando Functional Occlusion: Protocols to Put Your Practice in the Top 10% and any 2022 Examination & Records (hands-on) Event – at Your Choice of Location! – for Just $6990! (a $500 savings!)

Register to attend Functional Occlusion: Protocols to Put Your Practice in the Top 10% live in Orlando, FL at the Wyndham Grand Resort Bonnet Creek on February 11-12, 2022, presented by Dr. Leonard Hess, AND attend any 2022 Records & Examination course – at your choice of location – for just $6990 – a savings of $500!

Contact Kim Norris at knorris@thedawsonacademy.com or 727.823.7047 with any questions or for more information.

The 2022 Airway Symposium Duo

Register to attend the 2022 International Airway Symposium and get Dr. Joe Gaudio’s Live Stream, “What a Child’s Face Tells You About Their Airway” FREE! (a $199 value!)

The 2022 International Airway Symposium will be held in Clearwater, Florida on January 14-15, 2022 at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach Resort. This year’s symposium will feature our BEST lineup yet, with Drs. Stanley Yung Liu and Audrey Yoon of the Stanford Sleep Team, as well as Drs. Mark Piper and DeWitt Wilkerson. Click here for full details on the 2022 International Airway Symposium!

“What a Child’s Face Tells You About Their Airway,” Live Stream Course Recording, Presented by Dr. Joe Gaudio (4 CE)
In 2017, the ADA adopted an official policy statement on dentistry’s role in treating obstructive sleep apnea and similar disorders. The adopted policy emphasizes that “dentists are the only health care provider with the knowledge and expertise to provide oral appliance therapy (OAT).”

In this dental CE live stream course, you will learn how to assess a patient’s risk for a Sleep-Related Breathing Disorder (SRBD) with insight on why and when to refer them to an appropriate physician. Furthermore, you will understand how Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS) in children can be less obvious, more subtle, and potentially more damaging.

Associate Faculty Member, Dr. Joe Gaudio, will demonstrate what to look for in the visual and physical assessment of a child starting with their face. You will be able to identify the key credentials–whether physical or soft tissue–of airway and breathing to help prevent improper growth and development within children.

Ultimately, this course is dedicated to the dentist’s responsibility to evaluate and support child growth and development through general practice–so they can thrive healthily as adults.

Course Learning Objectives:

  • Identify visual clues in facial development of a child’s struggle to get their next breath
  • Connect soft tissue dysfunction to its origins of structural and functional compromises
  • Discover the anthropological and epidemiological evidence of how epigenetics has affected proper growth in children
  • Summarize developmental compromises that adults end up with as a result of these epigenetic, early-life changes”