The prevalence rate of awake Bruxism and sleep Bruxism is about 20 and 8–16% respectively in adult populations and is continuing to grow. Awake Bruxism is found to occur predominantly among females while no such gender difference is seen for sleep Bruxism.
The disorder is appearing more frequently in the younger population with a prevalence between 14 to 20%. The need to be able to correctly diagnose, treat and select cases for referral has never been more relevant to general practice.
This program is presented by world-renowned Oral Medicine expert, Assoc. Professor Michael Stubbs, who outlines the most up-to-date concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of Bruxism.
This program is a must for all GP dentists
Understanding the latest definitions of bruxism
Understanding the aetiology and diagnosis of bruxism
Bruxism Management – splints, Botox and others
Clinical assessment for patients with TMD including Sleep Apnoea
Date: 29th November 2018
Time: Registration starts from 6pm
$118.00 + GST
3 CPD Points available
Light snacks and drinks offered
Venue: Ahoy Club – 5A/19 Cross St, Double Bay NSW 2028
Venue: LIVE Webinar now available
We hope to see you there!
You can still have an option to attend our Live Program!