Dental Sleep Practice Webinar

New approaches for physiology-informed precision care for OSA

This is an electronically delivered self-instructional course for dentists.
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Presented by Dr. Danny Eckert

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Free Informational Webinar

Apr 18, 2024, 1:00 PM in Eastern Time
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About the Webinar

This insightful webinar will discuss advancements in diagnosing and treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Led by Dr. Danny Eckert, this presentation aims address the complexities of OSA management and optimize patient care.

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. define the key different anatomical and non-anatomical pathophysiological causes of OSA.
  2. describe the new and emerging targeted non-CPAP therapies for OSA that are being developed including combination therapies.
  3. differentiate which patients may be most suitable for oral appliance therapy alone or in combination with other add on combination therapies based on underlying pathophysiology and the potential for in-home monitoring to help inform clinical decision-making.

About the Presenter

Dr. Danny Eckert

Dr. Danny Eckert

Danny J. Eckert, PhD is a Mathew Flinders Professor at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia. He serves as Director of the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health where he leads a comprehensive basic sciences and translational research program comprised of >60 multidisciplinary sleep researchers. His research focuses on identification of the causes of sleep apnea, optimization of existing therapies, and development of new tailored therapies. He is most well-known for his pioneering respiratory endo-phenotyping work which has led to a new precision medicine therapeutic framework to understand and treat OSA and for his research on novel pharmacotherapy. He has published >200 articles in the leading sleep/respiratory medicine and other cross-disciplinary/general medical journals. His previous appointments include Professor of medicine at UNSW, Sydney and Principal Research Scientist at NeuRA where he retains affiliate appointments. From 2006-2011 was an Assistant Professor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston.

About the Sponsor

Panthera Dental designs and manufactures custom-made state-of-the-art products for dental restorations, cranio-maxillofacial surgeries and dental sleep medicine, using proprietary CAD/CAM processes, smart manufacturing and superior quality materials.

Our Sleep division combines proprietary dental sleep CAD/CAM software, industry leading 3D printing, 4.0 manufacturing and versatile medical grade nylon to create patient matched devices from basic to the most complex cases, delivered in 8 days.

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