We are passionate about helping dentists treat children for airway issues in their practice, which is why we are offering multiple pediatric dentistry training events to help you implement pediatric airway treatment in your practice.

Upcoming In-Person/Live Courses

Dr Lipkin Vegas Course

Dr. Ilya Lipkin – Does the Joint Matter? TMD Consideration in Orthodontic Planning

Friday, March 17th – Saturday, March 18th, 2023

Registration now open to members and non-members!

Dr Lavigne Reston Course

Dr. Courtney Lavigne – Early Ortho Intervention

Thursday, April 13th – Saturday, April 15th, 2023

Thursday, September 14th – Saturday, September 16th, 2023

Advanced Adult Skeletal Expansion

Dr. Ilya Lipkin – Advanced Adult Skeletal Expansion

Friday, June 2nd – Saturday, June 3rd, 2023

Friday, October 27th – Saturday, October 28th, 2023

Past Pediatric Dentistry Training Events

Dr. Jay Gerber – Pediatric Orthodontics:  The Essential Tools for the Diagnosis and Treatment in Primary, Mixed and Teen Dentitions

Thursday, November 3rd – Saturday, November 5th

Become an ASAP Pathway member today to get access to this course!

Trends in Pediatric Sleep Management

Dr. Ilya Lipkin – Advanced MSE Education

October 28-29, 2022 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM ET

49 Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, NJ, 07936

Become an ASAP Pathway member today to get access to this course!

The ABC’s of MSE’s and TAD’s a pediatric airway training event

The ABC’s of MSE’s and TAD’s

Saturday, March 19th, 2022- 7:30AM-6PM ET

In managing children and adults with airway conditions, orthodontics plays a central role in managing the form that allows for proper function. Two of the more advanced techniques employed today are MSE’s and TAD’s. These adjuncts have the capability of assisting to change the form of the nasomaxillary complex while still falling within the realm of being minimally-invasive, especially in comparison to the alternative, which is maxillomandibular advancement surgery. This course is appropriate for dentists who have a solid background in orthodontics or for those who would like to understand it so as to be able to work better with their specialists in planning these cases. With hands-on MSE on model and live patient demo with Dr. Ilya Lipkin!

Become an ASAP Pathway member today to get access to this course!

The ABC’s of MSE’s and TAD’s

The ABC’s of MSE’s and TAD’s

In managing children and adults with airway conditions, orthodontics plays a central role in managing the form that allows for proper function. Two of the more advanced techniques employed today are MSE’s and TAD’s. These adjuncts have the capability of assisting to change the form of the nasomaxillary complex while still falling within the realm of being minimally-invasive, especially in comparison to the alternative, which is maxillomandibular advancement surgery. This pediatric airway training course is appropriate for dentists who have a solid background in orthodontics or for those who would like to understand it so as to be able to work better with their specialists in planning these cases. With hands-on MSE on model and live patient demo with Dr. Ilya Lipkin!

Become an ASAP Pathway member today to get access to this course!

Can You Help Emma Event Image a pediatric airway training

Can You Help Emma? w/ ASAP Pathway

Have you ever had a child come into your office with so many warning signs for sleep or airway issues? Year after year, these symptoms only get worse but you have no idea how to help this pediatric patient. You see them struggling to keep up in the classroom, with getting a good night’s sleep and breathing fully.

Join us with our interactive pediatric airway training lecture “Can you help Emma”. Learn how to change your pediatric patients’ lives forever.

Pediatric Dental Sleep Medicine - Pediatric Dentistry Training

Pediatric Dental Sleep Medicine w/ Dr. Michelle Weddle

Part of recognizing airway issues in our pediatric patient population is understanding where their airway issues may fall on the sleep disordered breathing spectrum. In this master class, we will review the physiology and pathophysiology of pediatric sleep breathing disorders and how this affects your management of the patient as well as the dialogue with the parents and other healthcare providers in your airway team.

Objectives:

  • Go over pathophysiology of airway and sleep disordered breathing in kids.
  • Understand AHI and how it affects the diagnosis of OSA.
  • Understand how the “objective” data that we rely on actually have some subjectivity
  • How to prepare the parent for the results so that your credibility as a dentist and healthcare provider in the airway team is not compromised when the physician says “there’s no OSA, your child is fine.”
  • Ways in which to use the results in your decision-making and treatment management process
Treating Children Under 10 with sleep apnea

Treating children Under 10 with obstructive sleep disordered breathing w/ Dr. Tracey Nguyen

  • Participants will recognize the most common medical conditions with comorbidities with children suffering from obstructive sleep disordered breathing
  • Discuss the goals of dental airway management and how to develop an interdisciplinary teeth
  • Review of the current treatment options for children under 10
Role of Dentist in Pediatric Airway - Pediatric Dentistry Training

The Role of the Dentist in Pediatric Airway w/ Dr. Stacy Ochoa

By the end of this pediatric airway training lecture, you will understand:

  • How to identify children struggling with airway and craniofacial growth/development issues
  • How to identify the co-morbidities of airway issues in children
  • The non-anatomical and nutritional deficiencies that are sabotaging sleep in both children and adults today

You will have access to FREE screening/data collection and blood screening tools at the end of the lecture.

Grab your coffee….pull up a chair….and let’s talk about helping these kids!