Mike Czubiak

Using Novel Oral Appliances to Improve Sleep

Mike Czubiak, DDS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Sleep-disordered breathing ranges from upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS) to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and is a serious medical condition in both children and adults, adversely affecting the upper airway and breathing during sleep. Biomimetic oral appliance therapy addresses the root cause of sleep- disordered breathing and is used to correct the nasopharyngeal airway through epigenetic midfacial redevelopment.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  1. Learn about the sleep epidemic, obstructive sleep apnea and the related downstream systemic health issues.
  2. Understand Spatial Matrix Hypothesis of growth, spatial and functional alignment of skeletal elements.
  3. An introduction to the principles of Pneumopedics and Craniofacial Epigenetics.
  4. Learn the relationship between biomimetic oral appliances and midfacial redevelopment and mandibular repositioning.
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Mike Czubiak

AGD/PACE

Credits: 1

Course Contact: [email protected]

Course Categories: Sleep Apnea, Sleep Dentistry, Epidemiology

Subject Code: 730

Educational Type: Live

Educational Method: Lecture

Prerequisites: NA

Sponsor(s): Vivos Therapeutics, Inc.

Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Yes

 

AGD/PACE

Credits: 1

Course Contact: [email protected]

Course Categories: Sleep Apnea, Sleep Dentistry, Epidemiology

Subject Code: 730

Educational Type: Live

Educational Method: Lecture

Prerequisites: NA

Sponsor(s): Vivos Therapeutics, Inc.

Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Yes

 

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