Use Dr. Patel’s educational book on sleep apnea in your practice

It has been more than three years since I teamed up with Dr. Dillard to create an educational book on sleep apnea. We created this book to help educate dentists and other physicians on sleep apnea, as well as the options available for treatment. This book can also be read by patients for further information.

If you have not yet picked up “Freedom from CPAP: Sleep Apnea Hurts, the Cure Doesn’t Have To” then I highly recommend you purchase at least one copy now. Whether you read it as a dentist or you buy multiple copies to keep in your waiting room, the choice is up to you. And if you have already purchased the book, what should you do next?

Let’s take a look at two ways you can use this educational book to help your patients and staff in the area of sleep apnea.

Educate your patients on sleep apnea

The main purpose of this sleep apnea book is to get your patients “in the know” about sleep apnea. We work to inform you and your patients on sleep apnea and what it is–because not everyone understands this often debilitating sleep disorder. By understanding sleep apnea, your patients can take proactive steps toward better health.

Whether you sell this book to your patient, or give it to them, allow your patient to read this book for further knowledge of sleep apnea and treatment options available. The goal of this book is to educate patients on what sleep apnea is and what treatment options, other than CPAP, are currently available for comfortable care.

Maintain an informed dental team

“Freedom from CPAP: Sleep Apnea Hurts, the Cure Doesn’t Have To” can also be a beneficial tool for your office to read themselves while also sharing the information with patients. Supply this book for your team, or have them purchase the book to improve their knowledge and understanding of sleep apnea.

While it is important for patients to understand this condition, it is even more important for your dental office to know sleep apnea, what it is and how to treat it. Knowledgeable staff members go a long way in helping with diagnosis and treatment of your patients.

The more your patients and staff know, the better they are equipped to take the next steps in sleep apnea recognition and treatment. Click here to purchase Freedom from CPAP: Sleep Apnea Hurts, the Cure Doesn’t Have To from Amazon.