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International Myofunctional TMJ Sleep Dentistry Symposium

Myofunctional Research Co.
Event organized by Myofunctional Research Co.

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The Dental profession is increasingly being drawn into a role of diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. With the growing number of "Dental Sleep Medicine" courses on offer, there is a need to evaluate which of these gives the widest and most clinically orientated educational program. Furthermore, TMJ disorder remains a subject of great confusion among dentists, with the newly qualified practitioners having less knowledge of this subject than even their basic orthodontic skills.

The inaugural TMJ Sleep Dentistry Symposium by MRC will be the first to put the complete picture together. From treating a clicking joint, to evaluating and treating sleep disorders in Adults and children, this symposium will cover diagnostic and treatment procedures for TMJ disorder and sleep disorders as well as show you how to seamlessly integrate it all with Myofunctional Orthodontic procedures.

Why? Because Sleep disorders, TMJ disorders and malocclusion are integrated and, in most patients, require seamless diagnosis and treatment procedures to prevent inadequate and incomplete outcomes.

This symposium will define a new syndrome known as TMJBDS - Teeth Muscles Jaw Breathing Disordered Sleep Syndrome.

Learning outcomes:
• Understanding why TMJ disorder and Sleep disorders most commonly occur together.
• Why the "gold standard" for treating Obstructive Sleep Apnoea produces negative results despite being a billion-dollar business.
• Understanding TMJ disorder and how to provide immediate pain relief for many patients.
• Paediatric Sleep Dentistry - Myosa for Kids - published research shows its effectiveness.
• New diagnostic procedures for TMJBDS - Breathing, Joint, Muscle and CBCT evaluation.
• Newly developed Myosa® treatment protocols to be released in 2018.
• Patient education for TMJBDS.
• Treating the causes not just the symptoms - a novel approach not addressed by conventional Medical and Dental treatment protocols.