Dental Sleep


AEST - Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10)


From: 6:00 PM Thursday, 4 July, 2024 (AEST)

To: 7:00 PM Thursday, 4 July, 2024 (AEST)

This event includes information on the following topics:

The intended audience for this event includes:

Are you ready to transform your approach to sleep dentistry? This dynamic presentation will equip you with the latest advancements and proven strategies to elevate patient care for sleep apnea and snoring, with oral appliances at the frontline of treatment options.


Key Takeaways:

  • Uncover the cutting edge: Dive deep into the latest breakthroughs and technology in oral appliance therapy.
  • Level up your practice: Learn how to seamlessly integrate dental sleep medicine into your existing workflow or take it to the next level.
  • Simplify sleep testing: Discover the latest in-home sleep studies and how to effortlessly organize testing for your patients with sleep physician support.
  • Craft optimal appliances: Master the key clinical steps for achieving accurate, well-fitting appliances and maximizing patient success. This includes selecting the perfect appliance, utilizing intra-oral scans or impressions, and taking precise registrations.
  • Communication mastery: Develop powerful communication skills to effectively engage with your team and patients about sleep health.
  • Grow your practice: Explore effective marketing strategies to attract new patients seeking solutions for sleep apnea and snoring.
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Dr Sam Talpis

BOH (DentSci), Grad.Dip.Dent (Griffith), PG.Dip Dental Implantology (CSU), FDSM (ASA)

Dr Talpis completed his dental degree in Queensland, graduating with a Bachelor of Oral Health and a Graduate Diploma of Dentistry. He has a special interest in dental sleep medicine and temporoman...

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Dr Harry Ball

BDSc (Melb), LDS, M Counselling (Latrobe), Grad Dip Counselling & HS (Latrobe)

Dr Ball left his general practice in Melbourne to work at the TMD clinic at the Royal Melbourne Dental Hospital. It was there that he started to see patients with snoring, sleep apnoea and TMD. In ...