Program

Please note the program is subject to change.

 

WEDNESDAY 16 OCTOBER 2019

 
0800-0815

Introduction and Welcome

Peter Eastwood and Andrew Gikas

0815-0845

Interpretation of sleep studies and reports

Teanau Roebuck  
0845-0945 Oral Appliance Therapy for OSA: State of the Art Peter Cistulli
0945-1030 Snoring and sleep apnoea pathophysiology. What is the risk to health?  Kirk Kee
1030-1100 MORNING TEA  
1100-1200

What is sleep? Why is it important? What are the various sleep disorders, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

 Christopher Worsnop
1200-1245

The role of imaging- CBCT, OPG’s and lateral cephs. Which other tests are indicated? Interpretation of imaging

Raahib Dudhia
1245-1330

LUNCH

 
1330-1415 Methods of screening and diagnosing OSA Brendon Yee
1415-1515 The treatment of sleep disordered breathing Peter Solin
1515-1535 AFTERNOON TEA
 
1535-1615 Surgical options and the role of the ENT in managing OSA. An airway exam for dentists and the significance of nasal breathing Leon Kitipornchai
1615-1700 CPAP treatment including an initial consultation and demonstration with a patient Meredith Henderson and Fergal O’Donoghue
1800-2000 Welcome Function Exhibition Hall

 

 

Thursday 17 OCTOBER 2019

 
0900-1030

Workshop:  A hands on approach to all the clinical steps for oral appliance therapy

 

Demonstrations with 2 "live" patients, including the initial consultation, impression taking and intra oral scanning,  registration, fitting of 2 appliances, including titration protocols, and the post fitting review

Harry Ball, Andrew Gikas, Rob Shea
1030-1100

MORNING TEA

 

1100-1230

Workshop (continued)

Harry Ball, Andrew Gikas, Rob Shea
1230-1330 LUNCH  
1330-1415 Overview of available oral appliances. Criteria for choosing an appliance. Is there a best appliance? Jamison Spencer
1415-1500 Integrating dental sleep medicine into your practice  Harry Ball
1500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA  
1530-1615 Side effects - minimising and managing Jamison Spencer
1615-1700 Residual symptoms despite use of MAS. What are the options? Peter Solin
1900-2200 Dental Sleep Medicine Dinner Hunter & Barrel Cockle Bay
 

Friday 18 OCTOBER 2019 | ADVANCED DAY

 
0900-0945

Methods for predicting successful outcomes in the management of sleep-disordered breathing with an oral appliance

Kate Sutherland
0945-1030

Phenotypes and targeted therapy

Danny Eckert 
1030-1100

MORNING TEA

 
1100-1145

Bruxism / TMD and the link with OSA

Ramesh Balasubramaniam
1145-1230 

Sleepiness, assessment and causes

David Cunnington 
1230-1330

LUNCH

 
1330-1430

Titration of appliances in a sleep lab

Jamison Spencer
1430-1500 

Paediatric OSA and orthodontic therapy

Jo Ngiam
1500-1530

AFTERNOON TEA

 
1530-1615

The sleep physician / dentist relationship. Methods and examples of effective communication

David Cunnington
1615-1700 Medico legal / accreditation  Andrew Gikas

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