Introduction to dental sleep medicine

Start your dental sleep medicine journey with this one-day workshop in Sydney the day before the FDI Congress commences. Leading Australian experts will share all you need to know to commence this new aspect of your practice.


Full programme and Speaker Details

Why?

The link between oral health and sleep health is becoming more recognised in the fields of dentistry and medicine. This puts dentists at the forefront of recognising the signs or symptoms of sleep disorders such as sleep disordered breathing, obstructive sleep apnoea and snoring.

Obstructive sleep apnoea alone has been linked to a host of health problems including high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems and diabetes in adults. In children, it can lead to the development of learning and behavioural problems if left untreated.

Dentists have the opportunity to recognise the oral manifestations of these conditions in a routine exam. With a sound understanding of dental sleep medicine, they can be involved in both the screening and potential treatment of sleep disordered breathing. This opens the door to fulfilling interdisciplinary collaborations with medical colleagues in the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders.

Who?

This course is designed for dentists or other oral health professionals who are new to dental sleep medicine, or for more experienced dentists wanting to refresh their knowledge to undertake the Fellow of Dental Sleep Medicine program.

Outcomes

  • Baseline knowledge of normal sleep, sleep medicine, sleep disorders, and the impact of sleep issues on health and the economy
  • Comprehensive understanding of sleep-disordered breathing, particularly the obstructive sleep apnoea spectrum and treatment options available
  • Confidence to read and understand sleep study or polysomnography reports to a basic level
  • Understand screening methods for sleep-disordered breathing that can be implemented in the general dental practice
  • Comprehensive theoretical understanding and practical skills in oral appliance therapy
  • Skills to troubleshoot common side effects with oral appliance therapy and apply solutions
  • Implementation skills to apply learning in their general practice.

Presenters
Dr Adam Teo (Dentist)
Dr Roo Killick (Respiratory & Sleep Physician)
A/Prof Andrew Chan (Respiratory & Sleep Physician)
Dr Sheila Sivam (Respiratory & Sleep Physician)
Dr Lyndon Chan (Otolaryngologist)
Dr Amanda Phoon Nguyen (Oral Medicine Specialist)
Dr Harry Ball (Dentist)
Dr Michelle Donegan (Dentist)
Panel members

Dr Andrew Gikas (Dentist)
Dr Rob Shea (Dentist)

How much?

Registration fees include full day of intensive, interactive instruction in DSM, as well as morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

Cost: $765 (including GST)

 

Registration will close at 5pm AEST on Wednesday 20 September. To register you will need to log in with your ASA member details or create an account on this website if you're not a member.

Attendees will automatically receive 7.5 CPD hour credits through the ASA Learning Centre.

Inquiries about this event should be directed to Kristen Ellard.

When and where?

Time: 8.30am - 5pm, Saturday 23 September 2023

Venue: Meeting Room C4.8 (Level 4), International Convention Centre Sydney

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When
9/23/2023 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
International Convention Centre Sydney 14 Darling Drive Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
Registration is closed.
 
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