Dennis, James Spencer, Carl discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

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I was introduced to dorsal when I did residency at tufts, and I think that's kind of where my sped off or my affection, or attraction to that appliance system were designed kinda spun off, and I really, really liked it a lot while, you're not gonna believe I answered your own question on that. Did you know that do believe that for a recall? I know I just did it right now. Oh, okay. I'm and guess what? I answered it with. So I just answered your own question by I love on your website, Meridian. PM dot US. You have the PDF file, and it's a you know what I'm talking about. Right. That PDF files. Yeah. So I just I just answered your own question. I said, this is what Samuel cross. Uploaded, your while we turned town, but so more, I'm gonna go back to more sleep questions. And a lot of people are still asking a lot about you talk about the murnian PM a lot of patients are on c-pap. What, what percent of patients? Do you think in America tried see Pat don't like it and should would be more comfortable than aural plans versus what percentage, c-pap people actually like it in one of the Dennis on thread says c-pap intolerance. What's the big deal? I love my c-pap, and then a very search talking about, you know, some people love it. Some people don't like it. So we're you at on this. Well, what, what by c-pap is happily ever after in what Brad said, I'm the try something else I could be totally wrong. But I'd say good ninety five percent is a of all the patients treated for sleep apnea, which has been hundreds and hundreds and hundreds. There's only been shoes that love their c-pap. And so, I think only. Alicia in my practice, but it's interesting is, you know, c-pap you can get some compliance issues associated with it. But the epic see is, is amazing or plans is a little bit of on the converse, you can get compliance, but you have to work again. The efficacy in the end the working part from my perspective. Standard care is follow up titrate ins. We don't want our patients out the door until we get them to right where they need to be. And then once we get them where they need to be there, comfortable. The index numbers are comfortable where we're all satisfied and happy. Then we push them off at six months and see them, six three Carl of their dental patients of mine. They bring your plants when they get their re care, but they're not we call him back every six months, just to see how things are going to do believe that if you're going to get into someone's health at that level that you really the standard of care needs to the dentist to integrate into it, and you alluded to hell Dennis make these TM appliances and just someone takes impressions send him on and. Adjustment. By to me that is not again, standard of care, and is interesting. My really good friend, James Spencer has said to me, numerous times that me as clinician, I go way of beyond treating patients were sleeping TM and more so than anyone that he's, he's, he's aware of. And so I've heard that I've heard that comment numerous times. But again, I think it's just personal preferences philosophies and it's just the way you wanna treat patients in the way that you want to be treated as a patient. So we have four, let's see what we so we have three horses on sleep medicine. We're about to get the fourth one as soon as you may get. Are you are you gonna make us online course? Are you asking? Yes, a Luli. I big thing we have one dental sleep medicine from getting started to billing another one sleep principles of oral plants..

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