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  • Anissa Holmes
    Keymaster
    @draholmes
    #1322

    How many of you are integrating the treatment of Sleep Apnea into your practice?  What has been the RESULT?

    Meghna Dassani
    Participant
    @meghnadassani
    #1329

    We do! Literally changing and saving lives! Cant stress how this has changed how we practice and our bottom line.

    Sirisha Bhandaru
    Participant
    @sirishabhandaru
    #1342

    Can’t wait to attend your course!!!

    Jamily Pedro
    Participant
    @jamilypedro
    #1345

    I would love to learn more about this topic 🌼

    Meghna Dassani
    Participant
    @meghnadassani
    #1347

    Yes! cannot wait to have you here!

    Mark Collins
    Participant
    @dentist2yahoo-com
    #1367

    I do and wrote the book on it.  “Dental Sleep Medicine Basics”.  Love doing dental sleep medicine.

    Lani McBeth
    Participant
    @lanimcbethgmail-com
    #1372

    Would appreciate more information addressing pediatric sleep disorders.

    Albert Capati
    Participant
    @acapaticapatidental-com
    #1373

    I’ve been treating sleep apnea on a limited basis since 2003, but I really got going with it when I bought a Koala Center for Sleep Disorders franchise last year.

    Becky Schnautz
    Participant
    @beckyschnautz11gmail-com
    #1374

    We also treat sleep apnea! We have areas primary care doctors refer to us all of the time. Love changing the lives of our patients!!!!

    Mark Collins
    Participant
    @dentist2yahoo-com
    #1392

    If someone is looking for a course or hands on training in sleep they should first know what their goals are.  Do you want to add sleep to your general dentist practice or are you wanting to do a sleep and TMJ only practice.

    Reading my book or attending an low cost intro course from the many people an companies teaching them is a great beginning. See if this is really what you want to do before investing a lot of time and money.

    You also need to look at the rate of return on your course investing.  If you spend more than $10,000 to take a course than you will need to do a lot of dentistry to pay back the cost of the course and the equipment.  Think economically before jumping in.

    If you wish a sleep only practice you may need further help with that.

    Meghna Dassani
    Participant
    @meghnadassani
    #1393

    Wow! Cannot imagine spending that much on a course!

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