Coming soon – Airway Prosthodontics: Taking Dentistry Beyond Sleep Apnea and Advancement Appliances

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Airway Prosthodontics is the study of aberrant breathing — when awake and asleep — and its impact on the development and health of the stomatognathic system. This specialty moves beyond sleep appliances and their impact on the airway during sleep. Learn to recognize breathing-disturbed sleep and the associated anatomic “choke points” of respiration. This course will give you a solid foundation and systematic approach to controlling and resolving airway issues and their associated dental co-morbidities within a restorative dental practice. For more education, visit Courses.

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  • Dr. Jeff Rouse

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