According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, there is an estimated 20 million people in the United States suffering from undiagnosed Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a condition with direct connections to heart disease, dementia and depression. Dentists have the unique opportunity to provide patients who would otherwise go undiagnosed and untreated with comfortable and effective care for OSA. Statistics show that 25% of your current patient base are undiagnosed OSA sufferers. These are patients who already know, trust and listen to your advice, and a great start for building a Dental Sleep Medicine practice.
Treating OSA can be financially and emotionally rewarding for you and your team. You can help patients regain their health, get the sleep they need and even save lives by offering a safe and effective means of Obstructive Sleep Apnea treatment.
~ Who We Are
DSM Solutions is a full service consulting firm focused on giving dentists the tools they need to find success in the field of Dental Sleep Medicine. Success in the Dental Sleep Medicine Industry all started with a plan.
Let us give you the clear vision to make Obstructive Sleep Apnea a pragmatic portion of your practice.
~ What We Do
DSM Solutions will teach you and your team the skills you need to successfully implement OSA into your existing dental practice. Over the course of the program, you will learn the physiological mechanisms of OSA, how to use the diagnostic equipment, how to titrate an Oral Appliance and how to bring new OSA patients into your practice. Each member of your team plays an integral part in making OSA work for you. We will show you how.
~ How DSM Solutions can help
DSM Solutions will give you the tools you need to test, diagnose, treat and bill. Through relationships with the top distributors of the diagnostic tools and Oral Appliances and access to OSA billing experts, we can offer our clients the best of the industry. Having access to the latest technology and techniques in OSA care will not only help to treat patients more effectively, but attract new OSA patients to the practice.