Evidence Basis for Orthotic Appliance Therapy:

Using the medical model to formulate the rational, application and documentation for orthotic appliance therapy. Recording chart notes that communicate the purpose, treatment goals and side effects of oral appliance therapy
A brief history of orthotic appliance therapy followed by reviewing the procedure for documentation and communication with health professionals and insurance

Learning objectives:
• Objectively identify clinical findings and develop a rationale for orthotic appliance therapy.
• To be able to communicate the clinical findings and rationale for orthotic appliance therapy with health professionals, insurance companies, and patients
• To be able to clarify the patient's primary and contributory factors requiring orthotic appliance therapy

  • Course Code: T12
  • Time: 11:00am-12:30pm
  • Location: Renaissance Main Floor, Solana F
  • CE Credit: 1.5
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Patrick Barrett

Patrick Barrett, DDS

Dr. Barrett has practiced general dentistry in Kingston, Washington for 18 years. In 1988 he changed his focus to disorders of the jaw structures and facial pain. He has passed the examinations in the following memberships: • American Academy of General Dentistry (AAD) -1980 Fellowship. • International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics (ICCMO) - 1990 Fellowship. • American Academy of Pain Management - 1994 Diplomat.

Courses by Patrick Barrett