The EOOP Study Club Toronto, Canada
Advanced Study of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome, Snoring,Sleep Related Bruxism and TMD
The purpose of this study club is to bring together doctors how are interested in treating some of the most serious and prevalent diseases affecting the population. Advanced information will be shared on the use of the Luco Hybrid OSA appliance in the treatment of OSA, TMD and sleep related bruxism. Dr. Luco has over 29 years of experience in the treatment of TMD and over 25 years of experience in treating OSA and has treated over 4000 patients with these conditions to share.
To become proficient with the Luco Hybrid OSA Appliance, we will pair off and construct an appliance on each other. With the current epidemiological studies in North American, 26% of the members suffer from some degree of sleep apnea and up to 40% from sleep bruxism. And many more likely snore. Dentists are by nature visually oriented and hands on. This will provide an exceptional opportunity for the study club members to learn both treating with this appliance as well as being treated with it.
Also covered in the study club will be:
- taking, reviewing and interpreting a detailed sleep history
- examination of the OSA, UARS, snoring and sleep related bruxism patients
- working with family doctors when requesting sleep studies
- working with sleep labs
- working with insurance carriers
- marketing OSA treatment in your practice
- treating sleep related bruxism in its primary form (when it occurs without other sleep disorders)
- many other relevant topics and topics of interest to the group
All members will receive special study club pricing for their study club Luco Hybrid OSA appliance!
Please complete the following registration form to register for this study club. The EOOP study Club is a registered study club under Dr. Luco with the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario and members will receive certificates of attendance at these study club meetings for mandatory continuing education. Meetings will be held in Toronto approximately 3 to 4 times each year. The first meeting will be held in Toronto September 26, 2015.