New American Academy of Craniofacial Pain Event For Treating TMJ Or Sleep Issues

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Dr. Richard Goodfellow, program chair of the event, announced the AACP 34th Annual International Clinical Symposium will be held in Toronto Ontario Canada on July 26-28 2019.

Dentists with an interest in treating patients with temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) or sleep-breathing related disorders looking for the latest information on treating tmj syndrome and sleep disordered breathing can register to attend the AACP 34th Annual International Clinical Symposium scheduled for July 26-28 2019.

Dr. Goodfellow at Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy in Toronto is the program chair for this year’s event, which will cover key issues such as:

Airway Centric Breathing – Screen for airway narrowing and sleep disordered breathing. Recognize the signs and symptoms of sleep disordered breathing. Understand the role of the dentist in managing snoring, UARS and OSA. Read PSG and HST sleep tests. Identify airway narrowing on a CBCT.

The Science Behind What We Do – Value the importance of research advances in clarifying craniofacial pain mechanisms and their clinical correlates in diagnosis and management. Describe processes in craniofacial tissues and the brain that underlie craniofacial pain and its control. Explain how peripheral sensitization and central sensitization are crucial elements of these processes. Relate these processes to clinical features of craniofacial pain and its diagnosis and management.

Airway & Prosthetic Rehabilitation – Understand how to engage patients in exploring possible occlusal dysfunction. Understand the philosophy of achieving healing and occlusal stability. Learn an approach to evaluate and develop the ideal aesthetic smile. See how the smile design is then integrated into the function of the stomatognathic system for stability. Observe the clinical steps of treatment.

Full details on the event can be found on the company website under the section for professionals at

When asked about the benefits of this event, the program chair of the event, Dr. RIchard Goodfellow said:

This is the first time the event will be held in Canada so it is ideal for Canadian dentists to have access to international speakers in Toronto on the topics of temporomandibular joint disorders and sleep-disordered breathing.

The website for Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy in Toronto has more details about the sessions at this year’s event in the section for professionals. Interested parties can visit the website at:

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Richard Goodfellow
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Organization: Dr. Richard Goodfellow practice limited to TMJ and Sleep Therapy in Toronto
Address: 2200 Yonge Street #210, Toronto, ON M4S 2C6, Canada
Phone: +1-416-487-9000

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