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Dealing with Difficult OSA Patients

Presenter: Dr. Steve Carstensen

Date: Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

Time: 7:00pm CDT/ 8:00pm EDT

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Cost: $50 Donation (optional) -- 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Foundation for Airway Health.  (learn more here)

C.E. Credits: 1 C.E. credit awarded

Wednesday, March 9th - 7pm CDT

Even the most successful dentists offering dental sleep medicine may run into a hiccup and experience a difficult case. What do you do if a patient has teeth movement, jaw pain and little efficacy? Please join OSA University and Dr. Steve Carstensen for a one hour webinar lecture that addresses these types of challenging patient cases. Dr. Carstensen lectures globally and has delivered thousands of oral appliance therapy cases. On Wednesday evening, March 9, 2016, Dr. Carstensen will take take time to educate peers on how to manage some of the most challenging patient issues with oral appliance therapy. 1hr CE 

After this webinar, dentists will have a stronger understanding on how to handle tough treatment cases with oral appliance therapy. Dr. Steve Carstensen will offer critical information on troubleshooting techniques with difficult OSA patients through simplified and skillful methods.


Cost: $50 Donation (optional) -- 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Foundation for Airway Health. (learn more here)


Dr. Steve Carstensen has been treating sleep apnea and snoring for 18 years, has completed training at UCLA’s Mini-Residency in Sleep and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. He lectures internationally at over 20 events per year training dentists in sleep medicine, directs sleep education at the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education and Spear Education and is a faculty member of the Sleep Residency Program at University of the Pacific. For the AADSM he was a Board Member, Secretary-Treasurer and President-Elect. Since 2014 he has been Editor-in-Chief of Dental Sleep Practice Magazine. Together with a partner he founded Premier Sleep, a practice in Bellevue, WA entirely devoted to helping people breathe better and sleep better.

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