$1,495 – $1,695

Adult and Pediatric Airway Management in a General Practice

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Arizona Dental Association

3193 North Drinkwater Boulevard

Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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This course is now a 2 DAY COURSE. Bring your cases! Email full records to dr.nguyen.tracey@gmail.com On Saturday, you will have us guide you through your first pediatric airway case!



Michelle Weddle, DDS, FAGD

Understanding Adult OSA & risk management in oral appliance therapy

Have an overview of ideal communication with the healthcare community. Discuss different oral appliance designs to mange OSA and risk management


Stacy Ochoa, DDS, D-ABDSM


Understanding Adult UARS & Pediatric SDB

Will address the physiology, structure, function and biochemistry that changes the breathing pattern from healthy to unhealthy


Tracey Nguyen, DDS, FAGD, AAACD


Dental screening tools & interventions strategies for airway management.

By the goals of dental airway management, you can properly communicate with other specialists and develop an interdisciplinary team in your area.


Diana Batoon, DMD


An interdisciplinary approach for tether tissue and frenum evaluation and protocol.

Tethered oral tissues specialty is so important right now when we are dealing with growth and development.


COURSE SUMMARY

Why is this course so important and what does it have to do with how you practice?

Learn how to implement protocols for airway screening and treatment for your infant, pediatric and adult patients.

This course with help the clinician understand the NEW role and Standard of Care set by the ADA for Dentists regarding Adult and Pediatric patients in their practices.

By the end of the course the clinicians should be able to identify the signs, symptoms and co-morbidities of patients with an airway issue. The clinician should be able to leave the course understanding the appropriate path to identify these patients and how to work collaboratively to achieve health and wellness for the patient with airway and sleep issues.

The clinician will be able to understand the following: the progressive nature of this condition, malocclusions that present with airway co-morbidities, paths available for dentists to learn how to interceptively manage these malocclusions, how to identify function and behavior issues that cause these malocclusions and how to collaborate with medical colleagues and refer appropriately.

The clinician should be able to leave the course understanding the appropriate path to identify these patients and how to work collaboratively to achieve health and wellness for their patient’s oral and airway health.





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