Sleep Medicine Review and Update
AAOP Mid-Year Virtual Symposium
on Sleep Medicine

Under the Direction of the AAOP  Sleep Medicine Committee
Recorded Sessions from Friday November 6, 2020
2021 CE Form

Sleep, Pain and Mood – Understanding the Interplay
Dennis R. Bailey, DDS

Dr. Bailey has been involved in the management of patients with a sleep disorder, especially those with a SBD, for over 30 years.  He has been involved with both dental and medical organizations and is the co-director of the UCLA sleep medicine mini-residency with Dr. Robert Merrill.   He will review the current status of oral appliance therapy and various areas related to sleep such as endotyping as well as the future role of the OFP dentist in sleep medicine.

Pharmacology and Sleep
Lori Reisner, Pharm.D., FCSHP

Dr. Reisner is no stranger to AAOP.  She has lectured at various AAOP meetings and will discuss many of the medications that are related to sleep, both from the positive side as well as the negative aspect.

Selected Articular Disorders Effect on Craniofacial Growth
David Hatcher, DDS, MS

Dr. Hatcher is a well know expert in imaging as it relates to the profession of dentistry.  He has published extensively and has lectured in the US and internationally.  His first of two presentations will discuss the use of imaging to assist in visualization and understanding of selected articular disorders and associated influence on growth of the craniofacial skeleton.

Craniofacial Growth and the Influence on Airway Dimensions
David Hatcher, DDS, MSc

Dr. Hatcher is a well know expert in imaging as it relates to the profession of dentistry. He has published extensively and has lectured in the US and internationally. His Second of two presentations will discuss the influence of anomalous growth of the facial skeleton, skull base and spine on the airway dimensions.

Update on Sleep Medicine and Oral Appliance Therapy – 2020 and Beyond
Dennis R. Bailey, DDS

Dr. Bailey has been involved in the management of patients with a sleep disorder, especially those with a SBD, for over 30 years.  He has been involved with both dental and medical organizations and is the co-director of the UCLA sleep medicine mini-residency with Dr. Robert Merrill.   He will review the current status of oral appliance therapy and various areas related to sleep such as endotyping as well as the future role of the OFP dentist in sleep medicine.

The following lectures have been recorded and will be added to your content subscription for On-Demand viewing

Topic Presenter
Sleep, Pain and Mood – Understanding the Interplay Dennis R. Bailey, DDS for Elmer Villalon, DMD
Pharmacology and Sleep Lori Reisner, Pharm.D., FCSHP
1. Selected Articular Disorders Effect on Craniofacial Growth
2. Craniofacial Growth and the Influence on Airway Dimensions
David Hatcher, DDS, MSc
Update on Sleep Medicine and Oral Appliance Therapy – 2020 and Beyond Dennis R. Bailey, DDS

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