June 17: Understanding the Neurological and Physiological Impacts of Obstructive Sleep Apnea on Your Patients

Jun 18th, 2019

The webcast was originally aired on June 17, 2019 
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Webcast Description:

Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disorder Breathing are now recognized to be a leading cause of a number of health related issues affecting our patients.  As dentist it is not only important to understand the etiology of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, but it is also important to understand the effects that it has on the overall health of our patients.  Lack of sleep has a major impact on the nervous system, especially the brain.   Through this program you will learn how sleep disorder breathing can impact the autonomic nervous system and the effect that it has on brain and glial lymphatic system.  The program will also discuss various treatment options for patients related their diagnosis of Sleep Disorder Breathing or Obstructive Sleep Apnea and how you can incorporate these into your practice.

Presented by:

Dr. Scott Bolding

A Native of Arkansas and the first to attend college in his family, Dr. Bolding begin his educational training at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.  As an undergraduate student, Dr. Bolding was active in research and academics, but also served as a student athlete Manager for the Razorback Basketball program under legendary coach Eddie Sutton.  After receiving his B.S. degree, he attended Baylor College of Dentistry (now Texas A&M College of Dentistry) in Dallas, Texas where he earned his D.D.S. Degree.  Upon Finishing his Doctoral degree, he earned a postdoctoral Master’s degree in Craniofacial Biology from Baylor University in Waco, TX, and then completed a residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX.  Upon Completing his training be began a private practice in Fayetteville, Arkansas, but remained on part time faculty at Baylor College of Dentistry and the University of Oklahoma Dental School teaching Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residence for several years.  While in private practice, Dr. Bolding served six years as a Board Examiner and remains a current diplomat of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.   Dr. Bolding has continued to remain active academically throughout his years in private practice with multiple publications and currently is an associate professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in New Jersey.  As an associate professor, he provides didactic and clinical training to the residents and is recognized for his expertise in the area of Temporomandibular Joint Surgery (TMJ) and Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Upper Airway Disorders, and Robotic Surgery.

Dr. Bolding is a Nationally and Internationally Recognized Leader for his clinical expertise but is also a recognized National Healthcare Leader.  Over the past 30 years he has consulted with hospitals, industry leaders, physicians, dentist, and patients on various ways to deliver better systems to improve the quality of healthcare for patients.  His passion for quality healthcare has been recognized by many leaders both in healthcare and in business, which has allowed him to be a frequent guest speaker on leadership and technologies that shape the healthcare industry.  He resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas with his wife Taruna a general dentist, and they have four children.  Dr. Bolding has a tremendous passion for his family and career, but also enjoys traveling, fishing, and golfing.

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