Continuing Dental Education - On-demand

Dental Sleep Medicine training courses for dentists and support staff wishing to further their knowledge and understanding about treating patients who snore and/or may have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Custom-made, prescription anti-snoring devices (mandibular advancement devices [MADs]), are first-line therapy for snoring and are second-line for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). 

This on-demand course explains and defines sleep-related breathing disorders, reviews the epidemiology, discusses complications, symptomatology, diagnosis and prevalence of OSA, as well as the treatment options and complications. 

The course's peer-reviewed curriculum has been created in line with the content requirements set out in the United Kingdom's Association of Respiratory Technology and Physiology's Standard of Care document for Mandibular Repositioning Devices* and created in line with the requirements of the NHS Information Standard. 

Learn from industry experts how to:

  • help snorers
  • get the 'bite' right
  • select custom oral appliances
  • build your sleep business
  • become an expert
  • build a network of referral sources
  • and much more!

Use resources and tools to suit you:

  • check lists
  • easy to follow videos
  • assessments (with explanations)
  • cheat sheets
  • video animations
  • verifiable CPD

Please note: We are not a manufacturer of anti-snoring devices. So, you'll get the full picture...

All supported by a private FaceBook group and interactive webinars, the complete Academy training meets the criteria set by the General Dental Council for 6 hours of verifiable CPD.

We're confident you’ll be delighted with the Academy, so we offer a “30-Day Money-Back Guarantee” to ensure your satisfaction. If for any reason you wish to discontinue using the Academy, we will promptly issue a refund. Simply contact Adrian about our 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee. 

Looking for the UK specific course?

The entire Academy has been peer-reviewed by Dr Shouresh Charkhandeh DDS.

The specific learning objectives for the international complete course are:

  1. Understand the relationship between snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) and identify the signs and symptoms.
  2. Understand how to treat and monitor snoring and OSA patients.
  3. Understand the role of the dentist concerning sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBD).
  4. Understand the basic indications/contraindications for mandibular repositioning devices (MRDs).
  5. Understand how to record a protrusive bite registration.
  6. Understand the dentist’s “Duty of Care” for MRD users.
  7. Understand MRD titration protocols for snoring and OSA.

Last updated March 2018.
Next review March 2020. 

Course curriculum

Anti-Snoring Devices (International) Complete

How and When to Prescribe Anti-Snoring Devices

Anti-Snoring Devices (International)