Dentists are the Future of Sleep and Breathing

Dentists are often viewed as practitioners who keep teeth healthy and cavity-free, but this is only the beginning of what dentists have to offer. It’s more important than ever for dentists to be involved in the process of tackling sleep-related and breathing disorders.

Dentists, for example, are the first line of screening and treatment for sleep apnea, which means you are essential to addressing the OSA crisis. Because of your role as the only health care provider with the expertise needed to provide oral appliance therapy, the ADA now recommends that you screen for sleep apnea if you notice any symptoms or underlying health conditions.

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To learn more about how you can expand your practice to help your patients sleep and breathe well, as well as how to join our Breathe New Life Summit, please call (866) 908-4876.