Annual Meeting Registration
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General Registration Fees
|On or before April 10||April 11 through May 22||Onsite|
|AADSM Student Member||$60||$60||$60|
|AADSM Active-Duty Military Member||$140||$150||$175|
|Dental Staff of AADSM Member||$275||$325||$350|
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- Acquire knowledge about the management of obstructive sleep apnea in adults;
- Discuss state-of-the-art knowledge of recent advances in dental sleep medicine and sleep apnea treatment;
- Review the relationship between obstructive sleep apnea, obesity and other associated co-morbidities;
- Understand the evidence regarding long-term oral appliance therapy, including potential side effects and options for managing complications in patients with snoring and/or OSA; and
- Apply best practices for building and developing a successful dental sleep medicine practice, including an overview of proper patient management and development of care plans; creating awareness about sleep-related breathing disorders and their treatments; positioning your practice as a provider of dental sleep medicine; and proper medical insurance billing.
Continuing Education Information
The AADSM designates this activity for a maximum of 22 continuing education credits.
The AADSM Annual Meeting will be presented through lectures, panel discussions and open discussions.
Disclaimer: The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) does not endorse any products, devices or appliances. Therefore, the use, mention or depiction of any product, device, or appliance during an AADSM educational program shall not be interpreted as an endorsement, recommendation or preference by the AADSM. Any opinion expressed or communicated regarding any product, device or appliance during an AADSM educational program is solely the opinion of the individual(s) expressing or communicating that opinion, and not that of the AADSM.
The AADSM cautions participants about the potential risks of using limited knowledge when incorporating techniques and procedures into practice when they have not had supervised clinical experience or demonstrated competency.
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