We have an exciting hybrid course for you all to join! This new approach to continuing education for dentists and their teams across the country allows for flexibility, convenience and travel cost savings. Join us May 21-22, June 25-26, August 13-14, and September 10-11. That’s four sessions to learn more about orofacial pain, temporomandibular joint disorders and dental sleep medicine. We hope to see you all there!

There are 3 ways to attend

The first option for this four part series is to attend all sessions in a live setting. Many dentists feel that being there in person is the best learning experience possible. We completely agree and welcome you all to choose the in person option. 

Our second option is really why we call this hybrid continuing education. It includes two sessions that are virtual and interactive as well as two sessions that are in-person. This means you can get the lectures and learn from the comfort of your own home, and still participate in both the TMD and sleep hands-on portion of the course at the in-person sessions.

Additionally, the third option is to go all virtual. Attending all four sessions virtually from the comfort of your own home may be a more convenient and cost effective option for some dentists. Unfortunately, though, you won’t be able to participate in the hands-on learning portion of the sessions. However, you will have access to a live video feed when these exercises are explained and performed.

What you will learn

Throughout this four-part series of hybrid continuing education on orofacial pain, TMD and dental sleep medicine, you will understand the:

  • Importance of anatomy and neuroanatomy as it applies to pain and sleep.
  • Pain and sleep history as well as the relevance of asking the questions and its impact on your diagnosis and treatment.
  • Imaging and its findings as it impacts your treatment plan.

You will also learn how to:

  • Perform a comprehensive examination for pain and sleep patients.
  • Diagnose the various TMD, Orofacial pain conditions and manage them.
  • Get paid for your services and build a pain and sleep practice.

We look forward to seeing you there! Remember, the sessions are: May 21-22, June 25-26, August 13-14, and September 10-11. Learn more about this hybrid course and register today before spaces fill up!