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Introduction to Craniofacial Sleep Medicine

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Course
Presented By
Time
CE Credit
How Did We Get Here: The Anatomy of Sleep Apnea
Dr. Ben Miraglia
2 CE Credit HoursWatch On Demand!
The Science of Craniofacial Sleep Medicine
Dr. Jon Caulfield
3 CE Credit HoursWatch On Demand!

What is this CE course all about?

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Introduction to Craniofacial Sleep Medicine was organized to introduce dentists and their staff to recent breakthroughs in craniofacial sleep medicine.

Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) including Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is most often the result of craniofacial developmental deficiencies.*

Until recently, the best standard of care, CPAP and mandibular advancement oral appliances, offered palliative treatments which effectively address the symptoms of SDB and OSA. These treatments are not known to address the underlying problem.

Introduction to Craniofacial Sleep Medicine will focus on craniofacial sleep medicine and treatment protocols which are designed to address the underlying condition — the leading cause of OSA.*

Dentists around the world are successfully integrating craniofacial sleep medicine into their practices.

Introduction to Craniofacial Sleep Medicine will demonstrate how dentists are successfully integrating craniofacial sleep medicine practice and how you can too.

*Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2011;137(10):990-996

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Ben Miraglia, DDS
How Did We Get Here?
2 CE Credits

Understanding normal craniofacial development in children and the impact of palatal expansion, myofunctional therapy and nasal breathing on that development.

Objectives:

  • Palatal Expansion
  • Myofunctional Therapy
  • Importance of Nasal Breathing

Subject code:  430 Pediatrics

Dr. Ben Miraglia, DDS – SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine – Presidents Council –Northern Westchester Hospital – Board of Directors – American Academy of Physiological Medicine & Dentistry – Vivos Therapeutics, Inc. Clinical Advisor – Align Technology Faculty Member – 26 Years Family Care Practice in Mount Kisco, NY – 16 Years Early Growth and Development Experience – Dentistry Today – Leaders in CE since 2015. His early intervention treatment includes, but is not limited to, appliance therapy. In the more than 3,000 cases Dr. Miraglia has treated, he has used oral appliances from Vivos®, Myobrace®, Ortho-Tain®, Rocky Mountain Orthodontics®, lnvisalign®, etc.

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Jon Caulfield, DDS
The Science of Craniofacial Sleep Medicine
2 CE Credits

Course Description – Understanding normal craniofacial growth and development and the impact of western culture on adult development. Focus on the dental clues that indicate craniofacial under-development and treatment options.

Objectives:

  • Normal craniofacial growth and development – what should it look like
  • Effects of Western Culture on Craniofacial Growth and Development
  • Importance of nasal breathing
  • Dental clues that indicate craniofacial under-development

Subject code:  730 Oral Medicine

Dr. Jon W. Caulfield owns and operates Epic Dentistry in Littleton, Colorado where he focuses on treating patients with airway, sleep and TMJ disorders. He has been fortunate to work alongside world leaders in neuromuscular occlusion, sleep and airway improvement. He has been a Vivos Integrated Practice since 2010, is an employee of the Institute for Craniofacial Sleep Medicine and is an Integrated Clinical Advisor for Vivos Therapeutics.

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The Science of Craniofacial Sleep Medicine