SML Space Maintainers Laboratories, Chatsworth, Calif, announced its upcoming Lamberg Seminar course, titled “Airway Dysfunction and Sleep Disordered Breathing.” The course will be held in Northport, NY, March 8 to 9, 2019.

As implementation of this modality in the practice relies on all staff members, the 2-day course is designed for the entire team.

The course will be led by Dr Steven Lamberg, a general dentist practicing in Northport.  Lamberg is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine and serves on their board faculty. He is the inventor of the Lamberg SleepWell Appliance.

The course will focus on new developments in Precision Care and Early Intervention. Precision care deals with the future of airway management based on the unique cause of the problem for an individual patient. Early intervention recognizes that the earlier an airway problem is detected, the easier it will be to resolve and even prevent. In addition, the course will cover the basics of airway management, including treatment options—oral appliance therapy, orthodontics, frenum releases, and myofunctional therapy. The course will also introduce the non-anatomic contributions to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), an area in which Lamberg is involved in research at Harvard University.

The course will provide the relevant education, clinical experience, and administrative templates to prepare attendees to work with medical colleagues to treat and, in some cases, prevent OSA and to manage its impact on the healthcare system.

The course is limited to 12 offices. All literature will be available in digital format.

Registration information available at