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Top 3 Reasons to Visit the ADA 2017 in Atlanta



Whip Mix is excited to return to the great state of Georgia for ADA 2017 – America’s Dental Meeting®. October 19-23.

Reason #1 For more than 150 years, the ADA annual dental meeting has provided world-class continuing education to dental professionals across the country. At ADA 2017, you will find unique CE opportunities and new educational experiences.

Since Whip Mix is fast becoming a leading proponent of Sleep Dentistry, here are a couple programs we’re particularly excited about …..


The Sleep Medicine Panel: Ask the Experts

Four sleep experts will present short summaries of their approach to treating patients, leaving plenty of room for a robust discussion of what’s on your mind. Bring your clinical team as well as billing and practical questions and we’ll be sure to provide answers and solutions.

For more information or to register click here


Is Screening for OSA a New Standard of Care?

Dr. Ken Berley is the only Dentist/Attorney/Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine in the world and in this course he will discuss this subject in detail. Additionally, a simple method of screening your existing patients will be introduced and the protocol for referral and treatment of OSA will be presented.

For more information or to register click here


Reason #2 Be sure to catch the Distinguished Speaker Series on Friday, October 20, where NFL Super Bowl 50 champion Peyton Manning will address ADA 2017 attendees. More than a legendary quarterback, Manning is an all-around humanitarian dedicating his time off the field to various foundations. The Opening General Session and the Distinguished Speaker Series are presented by ACT® Oral Care.


Reason #3 Stop by the Exhibit Hall, where hundreds of companies will be showcasing the latest products and technologies. Take this opportunity to stock up on supplies and equipment and speak with industry experts.

Visit Whip Mix at Booth #2324 to see our full line of Dental Sleep Monitors, Oral appliances, 3D printers and more, here is just a preview….


Nox T3 Home Monitoring System

nox t3.jpgEvery day medical experts and sleep labs use the Nox T3 home monitoring system to collect airway data.  Now, with a system designed for dentistry, the Nox T3 collects bruxism data in conjunction with airflow, oxygen saturation, heart rate, body position, and audio … 14 channels in all.  The system is very easy to use and comfortable to wear.  The Noxturnal software that is part of this system is meant to be shared with medical doctors for a diagnosis of sleep apnea.  With this medical diagnosis, the best treatment plan, possibly CPAP therapy or a sleep appliance, can be determined for the patient.   If an oral appliance is used, test again to provide medical doctors with objective AHI data on the effectiveness of treatment.  Click here for a link on 5 Reasons Every Dentist Should Add Airway screening to their Practice.


GemPro Wellness Product

gem pro.jpgObjective data makes all the difference when trying to determine the appropriate treatment plan.  If you have a patient with signs and symptoms of airway issues, share a visual showing their airway struggles during sleep and encourage them to see a medical specialist.  This system provides a comparison of bruxism with oxygen saturation with heart rate, body position, and audio.  Included with this system is an app on a tablet that will automatically email patient data to you if wifi in enabled.  For a study on what every dentist should know about sleep, bruxism, and sleep disordered breathing, click here.


With the New Dentist Conference and over 150 related dental meetings being held in conjunction with ADA 2017, this is the one time of year the world of dentistry comes together to learn, meet and grow within the profession.

We can’t wait to see you in Atlanta for ADA 2017 – America’s Dental Meeting.

John Hughes