2022 MASO CE Seminar

“Don’t Ignore the Snore: Current OSA Research and the Orthodontist’s Role”

March 11, Princeton, NJ

5.5 CE Credits Available!

Thank you for attending!

About The Program

Join MASO and three Stanford University researchers for an in-depth study of obstructive sleep apnea, airway development, and related topics.

“The Role of Orthodontic Intervention in Sleep Disordered Breathing,” Dr. Audrey Yoon, Smile Design & Beyond

Most current orthodontic treatments have focused on changing the anatomy to establish a beautiful smile and occlusion. However, we have not quite understood the mechanisms of how anatomical changes affect the orofacial function and the pathophysiology of sleep-disordered breathing.  Dr. Yoon will show her extensive researches for a better understanding of the relationship between anatomical factors and the physiology of sleep-disordered breathing.  Dr. Yoon will discuss the early identification of the etiology and understanding the pathophysiology to prevent diseases. She will also discuss the orthodontic approach for modifying orofacial growth and development with the newest technique to achieve ideal skeletal structures and to reprogram orofacial muscle functions.  

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“Sleep, Breathing, Tongue-Tie, and Maxillofacial Development,” Dr. Soroush Zaghi, The Breathe Institute

Orthodontists are in a unique position to screen and monitor for myofunctional and upper airway function disorders that may impact long-term craniofacial and airway development. Chronic mouth breathing and low tongue posture in actively growing children is associated with palatal growth restriction, alterations of craniofacial development, altered head posture, attention issues, poor school performance, relapse of orthodontic treatment, and increased risk for obstructive-sleep apnea later in life.  This presentation will provide an overview of the spectrum of sleep-related breathing disorders ranging from mouth breathing to upper airway resistance syndrome, snoring, and obstructive sleep apnea in pediatric populations. The emphasis of the presentation will be on understanding how addressing sleep and breathing issues early on can make a huge impact on the overall health and quality of life of their patients. Participants will learn to not only screening and refer patients with symptoms of mouth breathing and myofunctional disorders but more importantly to actively participate in management and prevention through encouragement and support of nasal breathing and tongue posture with myofunctional therapy, lingual frenuloplasty, and dental orthodontic treatments.

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“Sleep Surgery: Restoring Bite, Breathing and Beauty,” Dr. Stanley Yung Liu, Stanford University

Restoring sleep airway health is the gateway to wellness. From the earliest days of life, cognition, facial dysmorphism, and systemic conditions are negatively impacted by sleep-disordered breathing. This lecture will focus on the missed milestones in one’s growth and development, and how they negatively affect one’s wellness. More importantly, a contemporary and comprehensive approach to addreay practical guidelines and screening tools to help identify early signs of slessing the missed milestones via orthodontic-surgical collaboration will be discussed. Learners will also take awep-disordered breathing at all stages of human growth and development.
Finally, the most up-to-date surgical interventions will be discussed in relation to the core theme of this lecture.

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Course Objectives “The Role of Orthodontic Intervention in Sleep Disordered Breathing,”

After this course, the attending doctor should be able to:

(1) Understand how specific orthodontic protocols can participate in the resolution of obstuctive sleep apnea

(2) Understand the relationship between anatomical factor and physiology of sleep-disordered breathing

(3) Understand specific orthodontic treatment options that can be offered from infant to adult with persistent obsturctive sleep apnea

(4) Define why early diagnosis and treatment of sleep disordered breathing is imperative for children’s growth and development

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Course Objectives “Sleep, Breathing, Tongue-Tie, and Maxillofacial Development,”

After this course, the attending doctor should be able to:

(1) To appreciate the impact of sleep-related breathing disorders on pediatric populations.

(2) Be able to screen for and identify the clinical signs of mouth breathing, tongue-tie, and sleep-disordered breathing among patients in your practice.

(3) Appreciate the impact of restricted tongue mobility on mouth breathing, snoring, and maxillofacial development, as well as neck tension, pain, postural dysfunction, and fascial restrictions.

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Course Objectives “Sleep Surgery: Restoring Bite, Breathing and Beauty,”

After this course, the attending doctor should be able to:

(1) Learn about the latest evidence-based comprehensive approach to the care of patients with sleep disordered breathing, from dental to medical and surgical

(2) Identify the missed milestones during growth and development where orthodontists play critical roles in the prevention of sleep-disordered breathing

(3) Incorporate technology to orthodontic-surgical collaboration to address bite (occlusion), breathing (OSA), and beauty (facial balance) in adults

(4) Learn about the evolution of maxillary expansion from the unmet needs of adult nasal breathing, both in awake and asleep states

Overnight Accommodations

Nassau Inn – Book now!

10 Palmer Square • Princeton, NJ – 08542

$169/night + tax – Reference MASO Room Block for discounted rate, call 609-921-7500 

Newark Liberty International Airport is the closest airport to Princeton, and travelers can then take the train from Newark to Princeton.  Or travel via Amtrak to the Princeton Junction Station, which is an 11 minute Uber to the Nassau Inn, or travelers headed for downtown Princeton can catch the “dinky” train on a nearby platform at Princeton Junction.

Room Block cut-off date February 14, 2022

In-Person Program Schedule

(Virtual participation via Zoom conference is also available – see Pricing & Registration below)

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM    Dr. Audrey Yoon “The Role of Orthodontic Intervention in Sleep Disordered Breathing”

10:30 AM – 10:45 AM    Break

10:45 AM – 12:00 PM    Dr. Audrey Yoon “The Role of Orthodontic Intervention in Sleep Disordered Breathing”

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM    Lunch (provided)

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM  Dr. Soroush Zaghi “Sleep, Breathing, Tongue-Tie, and Maxillofacial Development”

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM  Dr. Stanley Yung Liu “Sleep Surgery: Restoring Bite, Breathing and Beauty”

3:00 PM – 3:15 PM    Break

3:15 PM – 4:00 PM  Q&A with all three Doctors

Beverage Station All Day

The Speakers

Dr. Audrey Yoon

Dr. Audrey Yoon is a dual-trained orthodontist and pediatric dentist.  She completed her orthodontic and pediatric residencies at UCLA.  She also earned her Doctor of dental surgery and master of science degree, completing extensive research in Obstructive Sleep Apnea at UCLA.  She is an adjunct assistant professor at Stanford University Sleep Medicine an adjunct assistant professor in orthodontics at the University of Pacific and a co-director of the pediatric dental sleep mini-residency program at Tufts University dental sleep medicine. 

She has introduced a pioneering technique, performing distraction osteogenesis maxillary expansion for the treatment of OSA, and has authored chapters on this subject in many leading textbooks. She has created an interdisciplinary rotation program between Stanford Sleep Surgery and the University of Pacific orthodontic residency program and is co-founder of pediatric dental sleep medicine residency at Tufts University. 

Currently, her active areas of research include craniofacial growth modification, customized distractor design, the surgery-first approach of maxillomandibular advancement surgery technique.

Dr. Stanley Yung Chuan Liu

Dr. Liu is as an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, and by courtesy, of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is director of the Stanford Sleep Surgery Fellowship, and preceptor to the Stanford Oculoplastic Surgery Fellowship. He is a Stanford Biodesign Faculty Fellow Alumnus.

After graduating from Stanford University with a degree in Biology, Dr. Liu received medical and dental degrees from the University of California-San Francisco (UCSF). He was a former Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Research Scholar and spent a year at the NIH. After oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at UCSF, he completed the Stanford sleep surgery fellowship in 2014 with the Department of Otolaryngology and sleep surgery pioneer Dr. Robert Riley.

Dr. Liu practices the full scope of sleep apnea surgery including nasal, palate, tongue base, hypoglossal nerve stimulation, genioglossus advancement, and maxillomandibular advancement (MMA). He introduced adult maxillary expansion (DOME) for OSA with Professor Christian Guilleminault in 2015, and has continued to update the comprehensive sleep surgery protocol at Stanford. He is also routinely referred patients who need complex facial trauma reconstruction and orthognathic surgery.

Dr. Liu’s active areas of research include clinical phenotyping to optimize sleep surgery outcome, virtual surgical planning for facial skeletal surgery, and neuromodulation of the upper airway. He has given keynote talks nationally and internationally at preeminent conferences across specialties. He has published over 90 scientific articles and medical texts, with original scientific work on sleep surgery.

Dr. Soroush Zaghi

Dr. Soroush Zaghi graduated from Harvard Medical School, completed residency in ENT (Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery) at UCLA, and Sleep Surgery Fellowship at Stanford University. He now serves as medical director of The Breathe Institute where the focus of his sub-specialty training is on the comprehensive treatment of nasal obstruction, mouth breathing, snoring, and obstructive sleep apnea in children and adults.

He is very active in clinical research with over 80+ peer-reviewed research publications in the fields of neuroscience, head and neck surgery, myofunctional therapy, and sleep-disordered breathing. Dr. Zaghi is particularly interested in studying the impact of tethered-oral tissues (such as tongue-tie) and oral myofascial dysfunction on maxillofacial development, upper airway resistance syndrome, and obstructive sleep apnea, especially as it relates to pediatric populations. He is an invited lecturer, author, and journal reviewer for topics relating to the diagnosis and management of sleep-disordered breathing and tongue-tie disorders in children and adults.

Pricing &  Registration

Your registration includes: All-day lectures, Continental Breakfast, Lunch Buffet, & All day beverage station.

Early Bird Rate

Regular Rate

Onsite

Before Feb 21 After Feb 21 After Feb 28
AAO Member $295 $320 $345
Non-AAO Member Doctor $400 $425 $450
Full Time Faculty Member $230 $255 $280
Retired MASO Member $230 $255 $280
MASO Resident $130 $155 $180
Spouse/ Staff $195 $220 $245
Virtual (all categories) $195 $220 $245

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Register Onsite

Early bird pricing ends February 21! Online registration closes February 28 for in-person attendance. Virtual registration closes March 7. Onsite registration will be available at the Nassau Inn.