If you are looking for a new service to add to your menu, contact DSM Solutions. Dental Sleep Medicine is a hot new service that is taking the world by storm.
This trending service also helps your patients and people who never would have set foot in your dental practice get the help they need.
Had you not offered oral appliance therapy and other methods for obstructive sleep apnea you may never have met your new patient and his or her family.
Dental Sleep Medicine When it Counts
Dental sleep medicine training for DSM Solutions takes students one step further. That step teaches you and your team how to diagnose OSA. Unlike some institutions, DSM Solutions actually teaches you how to treat AND diagnose OSA.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea is Dangerous
The sleep medicine experts from DSM Solutions understand how dangerous OSA can be.
If you are a subscriber to the DSM Blog you will know that obstructive sleep apnea is a potentially deadly condition that causes daytime drowsiness, low libido, morning headaches and dry mouth.
OSM causes the sufferer to wake numerous times every hour. Of course, people who sleep alone may never know they have OSA as the brain wakes them up so quickly that they fall back to sleep. People who wake up abruptly gasping for breath are usually diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea.
Dental Sleep Medicine Training
Dental sleep medicine training is designed for both doctors and their teams. This means that no one is left out of the loop when it comes to diagnosing and treating obstructive sleep apnea.
It takes teamwork to test and treat people who have OSA. DSM Solutions prides itself on making sure that everyone is on the same page when it comes to training.
Mild to Moderate OSA
Some of the symptoms people experience, including yourself or a member of your family may include:
- Waking up abruptly
- Loud snoring
- Breathing cessation observed by others
- Waking with a headache
- Chronic dry mouth
- Daytime sleepiness
- Low libido
- Waking gasping for breath
- Problems concentrating
Other symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea include memory loss, irritability, hyperactivity and the need to go to the bathroom excessively while sleeping.
Fatigue and depression when added to the mix are also signs of obstructive sleep apnea.
Dental Sleep Medicine Training for the 21st Century
If you would like to better the lives of your patients and your dental practice, call or send a text and talk to a dental sleep medicine experts from DSM Solutions today.