That’s right! You can’t forget the lectures and seminars can you? I didn’t think so. In order to remain “in the know” with the latest in Craniofacial Pain and Dental Sleep Medicine, it is important to complete continuing education courses and lectures. As you plan your schedule for the rest of the year, please keep these upcoming lectures in mind:2015 lectures

June 15-16: A Day in the Life: Run Your Practice Like the Experts

This is a two-part lecture, which allows you to view how an expert runs a successful dental sleep medicine or craniofacial pain practice. You will join me at my office in Atlanta, Georgia where you will be able to see what we do in our office to help propel you and your team to the next level in expanding your practice.

June 19-20: AACP Sleep Mini Residency Part 3 of 3

This course will be for those who have already completed parts 1 & 2. If you have not already done so, there will be time in the future for you to take part in this 3-part seminar with the AACP.

July 17-18: Sleep Medicine for the Sleep Dentist & Hygienist’s Role in Dental Sleep Medicine

These are both two-part seminars—one for the dentists and one for the hygienists so you can get your team involved! Learn about dental sleep medicine and your role as a dentist and a hygienist! You will leave with the knowledge and confidence to become the dentist that physicians want to refer to.

September 21-22: A Day in the Life: Run Your Practice like the Experts

As stated for our June “over the shoulder” experience, this is a two-day seminar in which you will shadow my office to learn more about how to effectively run a craniofacial pain and dental sleep medicine practice.

September 25-26: Pinpoint the Pain

In this two-day seminar, dentists will be provided with an opportunity to understand the neuroanatomical relationship within the cranio-cervical area that can complicate the diagnosis of a simple toothache or other orofacial related pain.

I look forward to seeing you at one or all of these upcoming lectures! Prepare yourself and your practice for Craniofacial Pain and Dental Sleep Medicine services by completing continuing education. If you have any questions about upcoming lectures, please contact me for further information.