Sleep Medicine in Dentistry: A Panel Discussion

Kalli Elliott Hale, DDS

Kalli Elliott Hale, DDS

Dr. Kalli Elliott Hale knew as a young child that she wanted to follow in her parent’s footsteps and become a dentist! She received her DDS from the University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston. She is passionate about how teeth affect systemic health, the long-term consequences of dental treatment, the link between dental infection/periodontal disease and heart attacks, and the relationship between chronic airway problems and tooth grinding. Dr. Hale is SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) certified through the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology and is Vivos’ biological dentist. She is trained in antimicrobial strategies and healing, Ozone therapy, and cosmetic dentistry. She is an Affiliate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and a certified Invisalign provider.

About This Course

During this one hour panel discussion, Dr. Kallie Hale, DDS (League City, TX) will be joined on stage by a group of doctors who have experienced clinical and practice success integrating craniofacial sleep medicine into their dental practice. Learn from this distinguished group how to properly evaluate if integrating sleep is right for you, how to avoid the most common mistakes and the joy and satisfaction that comes from delivering this life changing experience for your patients.
Featuring: Brian Kraft, DDS (Payson, UT), Dean Raio, DDS (Long Island, NY) Lindsay Williams, DDS (Highlands Ranch, CO.) Kristin Tigani-Taylor D.D.S.(Wilmington, DE)

Objectives:

1. Discuss if you should integrate sleep into your practice
2. Determine Common mistakes and pitfalls and how to avoid them
3. Describe clinical success