Next Course: November 20-21, 2020 in San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Sleep Dentistry Done Right.

Is sleep apnea screening and treatment a good fit for your dental practice? If you are frustrated by what you are hearing about this rapidly growing area in our profession, the National Sleep Alliance has courses for dentists and staff that are comprehensive yet easy to understand and come with the support you need to successfully implement Sleep Dentistry and Medical Billing into your practice.

“Great Course! I wish I knew about medical billing years ago. I really like the MD protocol. Thank you.” – Dr. P, Oregon

“I learned more than I wanted. It may save my life so that I may save many others.” – Dr. R, California

“The course exceeded my expectations in every way possible. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of this game changing presentation.” – Dr. K, Kansas


Educational Highlights: We currently offer two different courses. The highlights are listed below. See Course tab for details.

Intro to screening and treating patients for OSA


The new MATRx Plus Auto-Titration Technology



Level 1: Treating Sleep Apnea and Medical Billing – A Team Approach for Dentists and Staff (2 day class)
Day One

  • What is OSA and related conditions and why should we care?
  • Data on prevalence, trends and health implications
  • The anatomy and physiology of OSA
  • The medical implications of poor sleep
  • Review of terminology of Sleep Medicine
  • Sleep Hygiene, Screening and Diagnosis and Sleep Testing
  • Treatment options and the role of dentists
  • Introduction to Medical Billing

Day Two

  • Oral Sleep Appliances
  • Patient management
  • Sleep Treatment protocols
  • Medical Billing
  • Implementation
  • Decision making
  • Starting Medical Billing
  • Summary / Getting started


Level 2: Advanced Training in Treating Difficult Sleep Apnea Patients (1-1/2 day class) Prerequisite: Must have completed Level 1
Day One

  • Recent developments in Sleep Medicine
  • Management of medically-complicated patients
  • Medical complications related to sleep
  • Review of Sleep Testing
  • Patient communications
  • Case reviews

Day Two (half-day)

  • Oral Sleep Appliances for difficult patients
  • Patient management
  • Managing Edentulous patients
  • Managing dental complications
  • Screening dental patients with Cone beam scans
  • Updates on Medical Billing
  • Case reviews


Additional information can be found under the Courses tab above.


November 20-21, 2020          San Francisco Bay Area, CA


Hotel accommodations information can be found under the Locations tab above.

What Can You Expect?

  • Individually customized classes for each attending doctor and staff along with interactive technology for a unique customized learning experience
  • How to integrate Sleep Dentistry and Medical Billing into your practice
  • Continuing Education units
  • Time for personalized questions and answers

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