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Breathing Wellness Conference

We’re inviting you to join us for our four-day Breathing Wellness Conference in sunny and beautiful Cancun, Mexico—exclusively for qualifying doctors!

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The Vivos Institute
The Vivos Institute
The Airway Summit
The Summit Club

A worldwide study club for dentists and their staff

The Airway Summit
The Airway Summit
One in Four Patients in Latest Clinical Study Show No Symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea After Vivos Treatment
The Airway Summit
The Airway Summit
The Breathing Wellness Summit

The Breathing Wellness Summit is an innovative course series designed to help dentists and their staff begin to connect the dots and ultimately recognize their essential role.

The Airway Summit
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About The Vivos Institute

The Vivos Institute training center in Denver, Colorado, was established to provide advanced post-graduate education to dentists, dental teams, and other healthcare professionals in a live and hands-on setting. The 15,000-square-foot Institute welcomes providers from around the world to learn more about obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), Vivos’ multidisciplinary treatments for OSA within their practice areas, practice management, leadership, and medical billing. 

The Institute plays an essential role in Vivos’ mission to spread awareness about OSA among dental professionals, as they are best equipped to provide treatment for the life-altering disorder. Not only can the facility accommodate hundreds of professionals every day, but it also has the technology needed to provide essential and high-quality training for dentists. 

The Vivos Institute Classroom
The Vivos Institute Lobby
Kirk Huntsman
Dental Room

About Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea quadruples your risk of stroke.
When left untreated, sleep apnea can affect your health and cause serious health concerns, such as heart disease, depression, high blood pressure, and diabetes. 
One in four middle-aged men is expected to have OSA.
One in 15 adults in the US is expected to have sleep apnea, which amounts to over 20 million people. 
80% of people with OSA remain undiagnosed and untreated.
Sleep apnea can occur at any age—even in infancy and childhood. However, the risk of developing the sleep disorder tends to increase with age. 

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