Level 2: Treating Difficult Sleep Apnea Patients

$195.00$1,495.00

 

 

Location:
Hyatt House Belmont
400 Concourse Drive
Belmont, CA 94002

 

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Description

Educational Highlights:

This one-and-a-half day course is designed for doctors and staff that have completed Level 1 and are performing Sleep Dentistry and Medical Billing. Managing difficult patients, case reviews and managing dental complications will be covered.

Day One
  • Recent developments in Sleep Medicine
  • Medical complications related to sleep
  • Management of medically-complicated patients
  • Review of Sleep Testing
  • Patient communications
  • Case reviews
Day Two
  • 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
  • Preparing to become Board Certified in Dental Sleep Medicine
What Can You Expect?
  • 12 units of Continuing Education
  • An individual learning experience for each attending doctor and staff member along with interactive technology
  • How to manage patients with OSA and complex medical and dental histories
  • Breakfast both days. Lunch and dinner the first day with the instructors
  • Time for personalized questions and answers
  • Assistance with becoming Board Certified in the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine

Course cost: $995 for member doctors, $1495 for non-member doctors; $195 for member staff, $295 for non-member staff

Please note that your credit card charge will be under the name of “Hands-On Implant Institute” or “HOII.”

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY:
Any cancellation or postponement of attendance, 30 days or more from the attendance date, will result in a 50% credit toward the next seminar. No cash refund. A cancellation or postponement within 30 days prior to the registered class will result in no credit.