What you need to know about treating sleep apnea in your dental practice

August 24, 2016

Jan Palmer, FAADOM, knows a thing or two about helping dental practices learn the right way to help their patients deal with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

Jan Palmer, FAADOM, knows a thing or two about helping dental practices learn the right way to help their patients deal with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Now she’s here to help you understand how to help your patients.

During two recent Google Hangouts, Palmer sat down with us to talk about how she helps practices as well as some of her best tips and pieces of advice for the dentist and the dental team.

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You can learn more about Palmer at DentMedIns.com.

I’ve included both Hangouts below as a Part 1 or Part 2. Check out our interviews below and see how your practice could better help your patients while also helping your bottom line…

 

And here is Part 2...