Demystifying Dental Sleep Medicine

This event was originally broadcast on December 20, 2017 and is now available for on demand viewing.

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Webcast Description:    

This webinar, Demystifying Dental Sleep Medicine, will provide an introduction to Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disordered Breathing. In this webinar, we will define the etiology and co-morbidities of Sleep Apnea demonstrating the scope and spread of the disease. We will explore the role of the dentist in screening patients for this disease, explain the role CBCT may have as a diagnostic tool for sleep disorders, and explain the potential dental treatments of sleep apnea and sleep disordered breathing. We will also touch on the business model for dentists’ involvement in treatment.
Presented by:

Ben Waldman
Senior Lecturer on Dental Sleep Medicine

Ben Waldman has been serving the dental industry for 20 years as a digital imaging specialist, working at Schick Technologies, DEXIS LLC and most recently for i-CAT. During that time he has been a frequent lecturer on topics such as: Digital Dentistry, Paperless Efficiency, Cone Beam Volumetrics and currently serves as the Senior Lecturer for i-CAT on Sleep and Airways.
Prior to his career in the dental industry, Mr. Waldman served as the Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison during the Reagan Administration and as an outside advisor to President George H.W. Bush.  He has four grown children and lives in Virginia with his wife Rebecca. 

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