“Children are one-third of our population and all of our future.” — Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981
Does your practice see children? Do you want to make a significant difference in a child’s life today? Do you know that, as a dentist, you can save a child’s future?
Attend ASAP Pathways A-B-C’s of Pediatric Airway LIVE webinar on June 16, 2022.
Dr. Tracey Nguyen, Dr. Michelle Weddle, and Dr. Stacy Ochoa are hosting a FREE webinar for non-members discussing pediatric airway issues, treatment, and how to implement it in your practice.
A-B-C’s of Pediatric Airway
A is for Airway
What problems arise when children have airway issues? How do we know airway is the root of these problems? Why is treating airway issues so important to our patients and us? Find out at the webinar!
B is for Breathing and Function
Myofunctional therapy is an exercise-based technique. It trains proper breathing, speaking, chewing, and swallowing to encourage the healthy development of a child’s airway. We’ll explore this therapy and discuss how it fits into your dental practice.
C is for Cost and Benefits
Treating pediatric airways is profitable and beneficial for your practice. Learn how to incorporate, so it boosts your bottom line.
Don’t worry if you can’t attend the LIVE event. We’ll record it for you as long as you sign up!
Look for it in your email 24 hours after the event, and watch it when you have time.
Register for ASAP Pathway’s A-B-C’s of Pediatric Airway Webinar today!
Want to Join ASAP Pathway?
Are you interested in joining our ASAP Pathway community? See what Dr. Steve Carstensen from Bellevue, WA has to say:
“Kids have one chance to grow up with an optimal physiologic airway and breathing pattern. Dental teams are the best health care providers to identify and treat children at risk. Up to now, getting everyone trained to make a difference for these kids has been difficult. I think the ASAP Pathway is a terrific way for dental teams to create a culture of health for the little ones that will pay off for lifetimes. The ASAP Pathway is fun, too!”