126 Gnarled Hollow Rd. East Setauket, NY 11733 631.318.0000

Credentials
AADSM Accreditation Awarded To Long Island Dentistry P.L.L.C.

One of only three Accredited Dental Sleep Medicine Clinics in New York State. (9/4/17)

LI Snoring and Sleep Apnea has achieved status as an Accredited Dental Sleep Medicine facility in New York State. Our esteemed dental team has demonstrated that we meet the AADSM's high standards of professionalism and quality patient care. The purpose of these standards is to ensure that an accredited facility demonstrates professionalism, competence and practice standards regarding the treatment of patients with sleep disorders.

The quality of a patient’s sleep can have a detrimental effect on his/her well-being and overall health. Research studies have found that 1 in 15 people are affected by this common sleep disorder. When sleep apnea is untreated or poorly treated, it can lead to life-threatening consequences including strokes, chronic diseases and even car accidents caused by falling asleep behind the wheel.

It is imperative for patients with sleep apnea to be treated by a highly qualified, accredited facility which can provide proficient dental sleep medicine treatment. In addition, our accreditation supports fair reimbursement for dental sleep medicine services by assuring dental insurance companies that we provide patients with a superior level of care.

If you or a loved one is suffering from sleep problems associated with sleep apnea, we invite you to call 631.318.0000 to schedule for a FREE consultation.

06/2017 – Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine
06/2017 – My Sleep Apnea is Treated – So Why Am I So Tired?
06/2017 – Phenotypic Characterization of the Oral Appliance Treatment Responder
06/2017 – Wild Nights: How Taming Sleep Created Our Restless World
06/2017 – Hypersomnolence: Why is This Patient Sleepy?
06/2017 – Do My Patients Have RLS? How Might it Impact My Evaluation and Treatment?
06/2017 – The Airway, the Otolaryngologist and the Dentist – Optimizing the Airway
06/2017 – Are Oral Appliances a Site-Specific Therapy for OSA?
06/2017 – Oral Appliance and the Edentulous Patient
06/2017 – AADSM Consenous Conference on Oral Appliance Side Effects
06/2017 – Feng Shui, Tongue Shui – There Goes the the Airway: Orthodontics and Sleep Disordered Breathing
06/2017 – Sleep and Woman’s Health
06/2017 – OSA and Trains, Planes and Automobiles
06/2017 – Top 10 Challenging Cases
06/2017 – Evolution of OSA in Children and the Prognosis for Spontaneous Resolution of OSA in Children CHAT Trial
06/2017 – Why Facility Accreditation Matters
06/2017 – Sleep Bruxism and Sleep-Disordered Breathing: A Bridge on Ice or on Rock?
06/2017 – Audits Updates – Billing DSM Out of Network: What Dentists Must Know!
04/2017 - HybridgeXD Affordable Full Arch Cosmetic, Functional, Comfortable, Long Lasting, Successful Implant Solutions
06/2016 – Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine
06/2016 – Insights into the Pathogenesis and Management of OSA Utilizing Upper Airway Imaging
06/2016 – A Look Back at 25 Years of Dental Sleep Medicine
06/2016 – Titration: Wear to Start?
06/2016 – PSG: What does the Dental Sleep Clinician Need to Know?
06/2016 – Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Disease
06/2016 – SDB and Cardiometabolic Interactions in Pregnancy and in the General Population
06/2016 – Modified Oral Appliance and Combination Therapy
06/2016 – Basic Science of Sleep, Wakefulness and Upper Airway Tone
06/2016 – Sleep Deprivation
06/2016 – Managing OSA: CPAP vs. VPAP vs. AutoPAP, is there a Difference?
06/2016 – Sleep and Chronic Pain
06/2016 – Insomnia and Sleep Apnea
06/2016 – Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Insomnia Disorder
06/2016 – Phenotyping and Oral Appliances
06/2016 – Objective Compliance for Mandibular Advancement Device
02/2016 – Basic Sleep Medicine, Analysis of PSG Reports
02/2016 – Medical and Sleep Disorder History, Determining Patient Candidacy
02/2016 – Literature Review of Various Treatment Alternatives, Sleep Related Breathing Disorders in Children And Adolescents
02/2016 – Oral Appliance Selection and Fitting Techniques, OAT vs. CPAP
02/2016 – Indications, Contraindications, Possible Complications and Side Effects and Long Term Follow Up
02/2016 – The Role of Portable Monitoring in OAT, Optimizing Oral Appliance Effectiveness
11/2015 – Complete Introduction to Dental Sleep Medicine – Proper Protocols and Standards of Practice
11/2015 – Advance Course in Dental Sleep Medicine – Clinical Guidelines for Oral Appliance Therapy 2015 Update, Orthodontic Modalities Pediatric Sleep Apnea
11/2015 – Insights into the Diagnosis and Management of Sleep Disordered Breathing Utilizing Upper Airway Imaging
11/2015 – The Brain Asleep: Physiological and Pharmacological Pathways
11/2015 – Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing: Review and Treatment Options
11/2015 – Dissecting Oral Appliance Design: What’s Important?
11/2015 – Combination Therapy
11/2015 – Legal Aspects of Oral Appliance Therapy
11/2015 – Human Pharyngeal Airway Collapse: A Gift or a Curse?
11/2015 - A Phenotyping Model for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
11/2014 - Essentials of Dental Sleep Medicine
09/2014 – Dental Sleep Medicine – Getting Results with Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea
06/2015 - Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine
06/2015 – Impact of Opiates on Sleep and Addiction Risk: What Dentists Should Know
06/2015 – Successful Management of Disease with Oral Appliance Therapy
06/2015 – Sleep: Silent Dangers of Compromised Airways
06/2015 – Nasal and Pharyngeal Surgery for Obstructive Sleep Apnea
06/2015 - The New Clinical Practice Guidelines for Oral Appliance Therapy
06/2015 – Appropriate Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea 6/2015 – The Affordable Care Act
06/2015 – Controversies in Oral Appliance Titration Techniques
06/2015 – Dentofacial Consequences of CPAP 6/2015 – Trends in Clinical Sleep Medicine
06/2015 – Orofacial Neuropathic Pain: Clinical Presentation, Mechanisms, and Evidence –based Management
06/2015 - Sleep and Depression