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Dental Sleep Training Helps Save Lives

Dental sleep training is an excellent way to further your expertise to patients, and potential ones. While it’s always great to add new products and services, such as CEREC, adding dental sleep medicine for people with obstructive sleep apnea is helping them in more ways than you know.

Snoring and Dental Sleep Medicine

Snoring affects billions of people all over the globe, but it doesn’t have to. While snoring is a symptom of obstructive sleep apnea, it isn’t always. Not everyone who snores has OSA and benefits from dental sleep medicine.

Solutions such as oral appliance therapy and other types of dental sleep medicine help reduce snoring and in some cases, stop it all together.

When the dental sleep medicine tools from DSM Solutions, you will be able to help everyone in your patient’s lives get a better night’s sleep.

OSA and DSM Solutions

If you follow the DSM Solutions Blog, you will remember that obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, is a potentially deadly condition.

OSA causes a person to wake up abruptly as many as 30 times every 60 minutes because they cannot breathe. However, there are solutions for people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. Best of all, with the tools from DSM Solutions you can diagnose and treat mild to moderate sleep apnea.

What is Dental Sleep Training?

Dental sleep training from DSM Solutions is a customized program that teaches you and your team everything about dental sleep medicine.

From oral appliance therapy to other types of dental sleep medicine, you will be helping your patients breathe easier whether they suffer from obstructive sleep apnea or just want to stop snoring.

Conventional Treatments for OSA

CPAP therapy and surgery used to be the only way patients could get any sleep. A CPAP machine forces the throat open with air. The continuous airway pressure device is hooked to a machine, a tube, and a mask that is worn while sleeping.

As you can imagine a CPAP isn’t the most comfortable thing in the world. In fact, people with OSA often complain that they are uncomfortable and just too cumbersome to use. So much so that they would rather snore and walk up all the time when they are trying to sleep.

Dental Sleep Training for Your Practice

If you would like to learn more about dental sleep training call and talk to DSM Solutions.

You’ll be helping patients and your practice. Call or text and talk to DSM Solutions today.

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