An Introduction to Sleep Disordered Breathing : Friday 1st September 2017: Manchester

Title: An Introduction to Sleep Disordered Breathing – A Medical Problem with a Dental Solution.
Speaker: Dr Paul McLornan
Date:      Friday 1st September 2017
Venue:    McDonald Manchester Hotel and Spa
                London Road, Manchester, M1 2PG
                   Tel: 0161 2723200
                   B&B rate –  £95.00
Fees:          Members – £100.00   Non Members £175.00
CPD hours: 7  9am – 5pm
The cut off date for applications is Friday 25th August 2017.

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Sleep Disordered Breathing such as sleep apnoea and snoring has been identified by the US National Institute for Health as one of the most prevalent and under diagnosed medical conditions. Paul McLornan will share his experiences with SDB patients, how dentists may use appliances to treat this condition and share a protocol for establishing this in our practices. This day will help us to identify the red flag patients and how and who to treat and not to treat..

Learning objectives
Attendees will learn:
1. What is Sleep Disordered Breathing
2. How it is diagnosed and treated by our medical colleagues
3. How we can screen our dental patients for SDB
4. How dentists can use Mandibular Repositioning Devices to treat SDB
5. How to incorporate sleep into their dental practices
6. A suggested treatment protocol for SDB

Biographic

Dr. Paul McLornan is a board certified Prosthodontist serving the prosthodontic needs of San Antonio, the Hill Country and the greater South Texas area.

General dentists and other dental specialists refer their patients to Dr. McLornan because of his specialty training in advanced implant, restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

Dentists and medical physicians also refer their patients to Dr. McLornan for oral appliance therapy to treat snoring and sleep apnea problems.

Dr. McLornan was awarded a Masters of Science degree by the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio for his research work in the treatment of snoring and sleep apnoea