In-Person Continuing Education Lecture
Registration starts at 8 am
Full Day - 6 CE
**Deadline extended 11/28/22**
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You will learn to unravel the "crime scene". The impact of mouth breathing on oral health is key. Most restorative dentistry treats problems caused by airway. You will learn the many options to treat airway problems. From surgery to oral appliances to orthodontics there are so many approaches…even drugs. Long term stability of your solutions are based on healthy breathing. This course will expose you to all the current evidence based literature on topics from screening to treatment to follow up of airway dysfunction. A roadmap of how to bring this type of treatment into your practice will be presented and a practical toolkit will be reviewed and shared. Once you are exposed to this presentation you will never view your patients the same way again. Instead of treating symptoms you will be treating the cause.
- Understand how airway problems relate to oral health.
- Understand how airway problems relate to total body health.
- Learn how to screen for OSA in your practice.
- Learn about the causes of airway problems.
- Learn about treatment alternatives.
- Appreciate that early intervention for airway problems is so important.
About Our Presenter:
Dr. Steve Lamberg has been practicing all phases of general dentistry in Northport, New York, for 40 years with a focus on comprehensive restorative dentistry. Always passionate about sleep and wellness, he became a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine in 2011 and has served on their board review faculty. He is the inventor of the Lamberg SleepWell Appliance, which is an FDA-cleared appliance for the treatment of OSA and holds several related patents. He regularly contributes articles to peer-reviewed journals to help dentists integrate dental sleep medicine into their general dental practices. Dr. Lamberg also launched, and serves as the director of, the Pediatric and Adult Airway Network of New York (PAANNY), to provide a local platform where dentists, physicians, orofacial myologists, and other related professionals learn and collaborate on treatment patients of all ages. Additionally, Dr. Lamberg serves as a Scientific Advisor at the Kois Center in Seattle. His recently published book for the general public, "Treat the Cause…Treat the Airway", correlates many common medical conditions to airway and sleep and is available on Amazon.
The Northern Virginia Dental Society is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. See each course description for the number of continuing education credits designated by the Northern Virginia Dental Society.