Join us Friday for our virtual course with the following link: https://www.scds.inspirmeetings.com/
Dr. Gene Santucci will speak on Friday, February 12 from 8am-12pm and 1pm-3pm on the following topics: “The Interaction of Dental Sleep Medicine and your General Practice, Should you be Concerned? Why?”
Dr. Gene Santucci is an Associate Professor in the Department of Preventive and Restorative Dentistry at the University of the Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry, San Francisco, CA where he is co-director of the Dental Sleep Mini-Residency Program, Content Coordinator for Sleep Medicine. He also holds a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology and Counseling.
Dr. Santucci has presented nationally and internationally on the topics of Dental Sleep Medicine, ADHD in Children and Sleep Related Disorders, Occlusion, Aesthetics, Temporomandibular Disorders, Photography, Functional Anatomy of the Gnathostomatic System and the Fabrication and Delivery of Night Guards. He is a published author contributing to numerous articles in refereed journals and abstracts along with a Task Force Report regarding sleep medicine, course content in dental education. His text book contributions include: Patient Examinations in an Esthetic Dentistry Practice, Headache and Facial Pain.
Dr. Santucci has been awarded membership in the following associations: Fellow, American College of Dentists, Fellow, Pierre Fauchard Academy, Diplomate, American Academy of Integrated Pain Management, American Dental Educators Association, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, California Sleep Society, American Association of Oral Systemic Health, American Dental and California Dental Associations. He is also a member of Catapult Education and reviews dental products for them.
Dr. Santucci’s goal is to encourage all dental professionals to become the first line of defense regarding the evaluation, referral and treatment for the various types of sleep disturbances from snoring to obstructive sleep apnea in children and adults.