Dr. Jeffrey S. Hindin, DDS (The Hindin Center) talks about is research and cutting edge technologies of what doctors can see in their patients today in relation to airway health.
About the Speaker
Dr. Jeffrey S. Hindin, DDS has a special interest in the treatment of craniofacial pain, TMD and sleep disorders. He has also created a system of monitoring physiologic functions and incorporates biofeedback modalities into patient care.
Leading dental educators, scientific academy representatives, allied health organizations, representatives from the military and members of the public offer information about what the dental team must know, and can do to impact positive health change for patients. In October 2017, the ADA approved a policy statement, emphasizing dentistry’s role in screening for sleep-related breathing disorders. Is your practice prepared? Learn from not one but 18 presenters. This is a good place to begin your sleep education as well as to expand it to new levels.