Dental care is much different than it used to be. 100 years ago no one would have ever thought it was possible to change the color much less the shape of the smile.
Fast forward to 2021 and dental care is much more than teeth and gums.
These days dental care technology and DSM Solutions is raising the bar with dental products and services that were unheard of in the past.
The Future of Dental Care Technology
If what has gone on in the past twenty years is any indication the dental world will continue to grow by leaps and bounds. There is no question about it.
From dental implants to gummy smile lifts there is no stopping the future of dental technology. Consequently, the dental world is now seeing further advancements with dental sleep medicine.
Dental Sleep Medicine and Dental Care
Dental sleep medicine is used for people who snore and for people suffering from mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
Knowing how to diagnose and treat patients is an excellent way to help. Especially your existing patients and people who would never have scheduled an appointment.
Offering dental sleep medicine to patients and potential ones is an excellent way to grown your patient base as well.
Oral Appliance Therapy and Dental Sleep Medicine
Oral appliance and splint therapy is a huge part of dental sleep medicine. Consequently, you and your team will learn how to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA and also learn the best way to treat it.
During your training sessions with DSM Solutions you will also learn how to bill correctly. The experts who have invested years into dental sleep medicine will also show you how to implement this amazing service into your dental practice.
Snoring and Dental Sleep Medicine
Snoring, while it is a major sign of OSA, isn’t always associated with the disorder. In fact, some people who have obstructive sleep apnea may not snore at all. DSM Solutions explains that chronic snorers can also benefit from oral appliance therapy and dental sleep medicine as people who snore also have relaxed throat muscles.
If you have ever shared a bed, or a household with loud snorers, you will know how annoying it is.
With that being said, it is just as annoying and downright dangerous for the person who snores every time he or she falls asleep. Thankfully, you and your dental practice can help.
Dental Care and Sleep Medicine for Your Practice
If you would like to help more people and add and incredible service to your roster, call or send a direct message and talk to a consultant from DSM Solutions today.