What's the next big thing in dentistry?

Explore How Dental Sleep Medicine Can Impact a Dental Practice

Dental professionals are uniquely positioned to find and treat patients with Sleep Apnea. Hundreds of patients that are seen daily need tested and treated.

Dentist who treat sleep apnea will grow their impact and their revenue.

Why Dental Sleep Medicine?

The world of dentistry is ever-evolving, and those who adapt thrive. Embrace the future, alleviate your core pain points, and redefine your professional journey.

Boost Practice Revenue

Access an untouched pool of patients to increase revenue in your practice.

Expand Your Impact

Address unexplained symptoms and make a genuine difference in patients lives.

Escape the Monotony

Step away from routine procedures and dive into an exciting niche.

Why Sleep - What Dentists Should Attend This?

Data suggests that over 30% of the patients in a restorative need help with their sleep-related breathing disorders. In this event, dentists will have the opportunity to:

  • Explore New Sources For Revenue: Identify how adding sleep to your practice can easily add over $100,000 in new revenue with existing patients in your practice.
  • Gain Practical Insights: Not just theory! Get actionable insights to start your journey in dental sleep medicine.
  • Access the Data: See how other practices screen, test, and treat their patients.
  • Ask Anything: Ask whatever questions they have about¬†Dental Sleep Medicine from experts alongside their peers.
  • Network: Connect with peers who share your vision and aspirations.

Common Questions About Dental Sleep Medicine

The average mandibular advancement device (MAD) in a fee-for-service practice is treatment planned between $2,850 – $4,500.

While there are costs for providing the treatment plan, this procedure has proven more profitable than single-unit implants in most cases. If a dentist delivers just 3 appliances monthly at $3,500, they will generate over $10,000 more in production.

(3 x $3,500 = $10,500)

In this event, we will share how this revenue works, its costs, and the estimated number of patients in your practice who need an appliance.

Yes, a doctor must be licensed as a Doctor of Medical Dentistry (DMD) or a Doctor in Dental Surgery (DDS) to take impressions and manage care with an oral appliance. Beyond this, individual states dictate if there is any requirement; currently, Texas is the only state with such requirements (requiring 12 hours of CE to provide this service.)

Several courses and accreditations can benefit a dental practice, but they are not required to start helping patients.

Scroll to Top