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Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC Proposes 7 Patient Guidelines for Selecting a Sleep Medicine Dentist
Date:9/14/2009

o;t Sexy, LLC is a commercial directory service; we feel an obligation to those that use our service to provide guidelines for potential patients when selecting a dentist for treatment,” says Barsh.

7 guidelines for selecting a dentist to provide oral appliance therapy

1.   Team Approach - A qualified sleep-disorders dentist must be willing and able to work closely with physicians and other health care professionals and have a solid relationship with local sleep labs and sleep physicians. Management by a dentist should always involve interaction and communication with a family physician and sleep specialist as well as a cardiologist, pulmonologist and/or endocrinologist and others if necessary.
2.   Continuing Education - A qualified sleep-disorders dentist must have adequate post graduate training and education in sleep medicine, jaw joint function and oral appliance therapy. Oral appliance therapy for snoring and sleep apnea is not yet generally taught in dental schools making it the patient’s responsibility to ask the dentist for proof of adequate professional continuing education courses from reliable, accredited sources.
3.   Multiple Appliances - A qualified sleep-disorders dentist must not claim that one appliance can solve all problems. He/she must be able to treat effectively with different appliance types, since no one appliance can solve the problems of each individual patient.
4.   Exclusivity - A qualified sleep-disorders dentist must be able to provide scientific research supporting the use of any appliance and its FDA approval, and must not claim that he/she has a “secret” process, or an appliance that he/she has exclusive access to. All effective and FDA approved appliances are available to every dentist, with no restrictions as to their use.
5.   Follow-up Care - A qualified sleep-disorders dentist must have a pro
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