Dental Sleep Medicine - Patient Education DVDs

Dental Sleep Medicine DVDs are the best source of education for your patients while they sit in the waiting room. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) affects over 20 million people in the US, and oral appliances are one of the leading treatment options. The two videos raise awareness about OSA, discuss the symptoms, causes, risks, different treatment options available today, and advantages/disadvantages of each treatment option. World-renown Dr. Michael Simmons, DMD, takes you through the process of admitting a new patient to the clinic, the initial intake interview, performing the physical exam, selecting and fitting a mouthpiece, the follow–up process, and more. There are two videos available:

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Overview Steps in Dental Sleep Medicine Video

A 35-minute educational video with detailed information on the following topics:

Initial phone call to book appointment; paperwork during the first visit.
Doctor interview to review patient history.
Physical exam & evaluation to determine whether patient is a candidate for a mouthpiece.
Performing X-Ray of jaw and upper airways.
Taking impressions of the lower and upper bite.
The various mouthpieces, differences between each one, selecting best one for the patient.
First practice with oral appliance with a patient and fitting the mouthpiece.
Interview with Dr. Simmons who explains in detail OSA, various treatment options available such as CPAP, oral appliances, and oral surgery. Advantages and disadvantages of each one.
Oral surgery option - Dr. Robert Relle discusses oral surgery and potential candidates for it.

Overview Steps in Dental Sleep Medicine
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Dental Sleep Medicine - Patient Education Video

A 10-minute patient educational video with the following information:

Setting up the first appointment.
Doctor interview to review patient history.
Physical exam & evaluation to determine whether patient is a candidate for mouthpiece.
Taking impressions of the lower and upper bite.
Showing various mouth pieces, and selecting the best one for the patient.
Fitting the mouth piece.

Dental Sleep Medicine Patient
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