This video demonstrates state of the art, practical, evidence-based methods of managing Bruxism. The key presenter is Associate Professor Ramesh Balasubramaniam, a renowned world expert in bruxism and an oral medicine specialist from Perth, WA. He is a world leader in the field and has extensive experience as both a clinician and a researcher, as […]
Best Practice in Managing Bruxism with guest speaker A. Prof Ramesh Balasubramaniam OAM. Welcome to Sleep Bites Episode Two, where we explore the best practices in managing bruxism. In this episode, we have two eminent experts in the field of dental sleep medicine and bruxism, Dr Harry Ball and Assoc Professor Ramesh Balasubramaniam.
Providing oral appliances for snoring, sleep apnoea and bruxism is often been described as the most enjoyable and satisfying area in dentistry. An essential factor in providing oral appliance therapy is having a method for diagnosing your patients with clear treatment recommendations from a sleep physician knowledgeable in dental sleep medicine. Presented by two leading […]
Join us for the enlightening online presentation, “Changing Lives With Oral Appliance Therapy,” featuring three esteemed presenters in the field of dental sleep medicine. Dr Amanda Phoon Nguyen, an oral medicine specialist, Dr Marcus McMahon, a sleep physician with a special interest in oral appliance therapy, and Dr Harry Ball, a dentist specialising in dental sleep […]
Expert Advice for Integrating Oral Appliance Therapy into Your Dental Practice with guest speaker Dr Sam Talpis. Welcome to Sleep Bites, Episode One, where we commence the series with an interview where Dr Harry Ball interviews Dr Sam Talpis, a highly experienced dentist in dental sleep medicine.
“An Easy System for Organising Sleep Studies. The Missing Link” Providing practical and evidence-based training and mentoring programs in oral appliance therapy for snoring, sleep apnoea & bruxism for dentists and their teams. With world-leading presenters:
Does every patient who snores need to have a sleep study? This is a question I often get asked by dentists. Consider a patient like Jane. Reason for attending; Problematic snoring-sleeping in a separate bedroom to partner. History: Not tired or sleepy, Epworth Sleepiness Score of only 2. No witnessed apnoeas and no medical comorbidity. BMI […]
Many dentists would like to start treating snoring and sleep apnoea patients but don’t know where to start. Others hit barriers in making oral appliance therapy a significant part of their practice. What is the first step in establishing a practice in dental sleep? The first step is to start identifying the many patients you […]
It’s extraordinary to see how things have changed since I started in the field of oral appliance therapy for snoring and sleep apnoea almost 20 years ago. Back then it was almost impossible to get sleep physicians to take oral appliances seriously as a treatment for snoring or sleep apnoea. CPAP had been invented in […]
The most important step in establishing a practice in oral appliance therapy for snoring and sleep apnoea is having a simple and efficient method for organising sleep studies for dental patients. In the following article, I answer some of the questions I commonly get asked by dentists. Q: Is a sleep study the only […]