Annual Meeting of the Dental Division of
the American Sleep and Breathing Academy
May 1st – 3rd, 2014 Scottsdale, Az
Integrating Sleep Medicine into a Dental Practice ● Screening At-Risk Patients – Treat What You See
Think Like a Physician for Dental Sleep Success ● Navigating Insurance ● What Dentists Need To Know About CPAP ● Circadian Rhythm Disorders ● Marketing ● Bruxism – From Pediatric To Adult Complications and Management with MAD ● Cervical Atlas Relationship to SDB ● Oro-Facial Myology 50 Airway Muscles – What Could Go Wrong? ● Scope of Practice – What is Legal?
Drs. Steve Carstensen ● Steve Marinkovich ● Richard Drake ● Rod Willey ● Brad Eli ● Rudi Ferrate ● Wayne Halstrom ● Tara Griffin ● Oliver Roberson ● Elliott Alpher ● Ken Berley ● Joy Moeller, RDH
Early registration for $425
Academy Membership Benefits:
Membership in the American Sleep and Breathing Academy provides Dental Teams ongoing education, advocacy, certifications, connections with their medical counterparts, and support for navigating insurance benefit programs.
Medical Relationship – The Dental Division joins the American Sleep and Breathing Academy with 16,000 physicians and 60,000 total global sleep therapy professionals.
Insurance Advantage – Delivery of sleep related services is changing rapidly, driven by Medicare, major industry entities, and insurance companies. The Dental Division is working closely to secure preferred status for members, providing patient access and business advantages.
Leadership – The ASBA leadership includes Dr. Steve Carstensen and Richard Drake, both recent senior leaders for the AADSM. David Gergen and Randy Clare, industry veterans, along with a highly qualified board of practicing doctors guide the direction of the Dental Division.
Education – ASBA provides free webinars where members and teams can learn about all aspects of sleep therapy; online and convenient.
For Further Details:
Registration coming soon