FREE Global Summit on Non CPAP Therapies for OSA
From Monday 2nd to Friday 6th November 2020 at 7.30pm AEDT and Saturday 7th November at 10.30am AEDT

FREE Global Summit on Non CPAP Therapies for OSA
From Monday 2nd to Friday 6th November 2020 at 7.30pm AEDT and Saturday 7th November at 10.30am AEDT

FREE Global Summit on Non CPAP Therapies for OSA

At this Free and Mind Bending Global Summit you'll be able to streamline and improve your patient outcomes.
You can improve your income stream and walk away with ideas that will change your practice, kick start profitability and deliver more successful splint treatments!
You never know… your new knowledge may even save a friend’s life!

In fact, here's just a sample of what you can expect to take from this Free and Mind Bending Global Summit:
* There is 150 years of clinical experience for you to learn from ...
* We will teach you how to keep out of trouble...
* You will be less confused and way ahead of the pack...
* You will be able to reignite your passion for health care...
* You will really make a difference in your patient’s lives ...
... and much, MUCH More!

Don't miss this Free and Mind Bending Global Summit where you can confidently assess and treat the OSA patient.



Monday November 2nd 2020, 7pm AEDT
Tuesday November 3rd 2020, 7pm AEDT
Wednesday November 4th 2020, 7pm AEDT
Thursday November 5th 2020, 7pm AEDT
Friday November 6th 2020, 7pm AEDT
Saturday November 7th 2020, 10.30am AEDT



Dr Nischal Singh

Presentation title: Essential Anatomy for OSA
Synopsis To develop Obstructive sleep apnoea, all patients must have some degree of anatomical compromise which makes the airway prone to collapse. A thorough understanding of the 3 dimensional craniofacial anatomical risk factors predisposing a patient to obstructive sleep apnoea, forms the foundation of screening, and subsequent successful dental management of patients suffering from this debilitating condition.


Dr Nischal Singh graduated from University of Melbourne with a Bachelors Degree in Dental Science in 1994. He attained a Masters Degree from Tufts University in 2011 with an emphasis on Craniofacial Pain and Sleep Disorders. Subsequently Nischal was appointed Adjunct Faculty at Tufts University Craniofacial Pain Centre in Boston, MA from 2011-2014.
Nischal attained Distinguished Fellow status with the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain in 2008. He achieved Diplomate status with the American Board of Orofacial Pain in and was made a Fellow of the International College of Dentists (FICD) in 2017.
Nischal awarded the Graduate Research Award and the Excellence in Research Award by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, both in 2012, for his research into sleep bruxism.

Dr Meetal Shah

Presentation title: Assessment of the Sleep Disordered Breathing Patient for MAS Therapy.
This lecture will teach you how to methodically assess your patient for the suitability of a MAS and at the same time give you an insight as to how successful treatment might be and whether adjunctive therapy should be considered.

Dr Meetal Shah qualified in 1998 with honours in Manchester UK. He has practiced in the field of orofacial pain and dental sleep medicine for the last 15 years. Meetal obtained Masters in Sleep Medicine (Sydney) in 2014 and 8 years ago he started, and continues to work in a multidisciplinary private practice in Melbourne that is limited to treating craniofacial pain and dental sleep medicine.

Dr Karen McCloy

Presentation title: Reading a Sleep Study for MAS Treatment
You can’t treat a disease without a diagnosis, and for a diagnosis you need data. Polysomnography (PSG) gives us so much information that we are often at a loss how to use it. Learn how to make the most of this feast of information to improve treatments and outcomes for your patients.


Karen graduated from dentistry in Queensland in 1984, and works in private practice with her husband at Caboolture. She has completed a Masters of Dental Research at Tufts University in 2011, the Masters of Science in Sleep Medicine at Sydney University in 2013, and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Orofacial Pain. She has been married to Russell for over 30 years, but forgets birthdays and anniversaries on a regular basis, so is never sure of the exact figure. She has three children, none of whom wanted to be dentists.

Dr Charlotte de Courcey-Bayley

Presentation title: Adjunct therapies for optomising MAS treatment
MAS therapy outcomes are sometimes unpredictable. The apparently straight forward case may produce disappointing results. Listen in to hear the range of adjunct therapies that can dramatically change your patient’s MAS results and learn how to identify when to apply them.

Charlotte de Courcey-Bayley graduated from Dentistry at the University of Sydney in 1993 and completed a Masters of Science in Sleep Medicine at Sydney University in 2013. Since 1999 she has run a private general dental practice in Sydney treating orofacial pain and dental sleep medicine and in 2009 became the founding president of the AACP Australian Chapter.

Dr Joseph Ryan

Presentation title: MAS Appliance Design, Insertion and Titration
Listen to what the current research has demonstrated, in regards to patient assessment, oral appliance selection and follow up procedures for the complex dental sleep patient. Learn how to improve your oral sleep appliance treatment outcomes and reduce those frustrating failures.

Dr Joseph Ryan is a dentist originally from Canberra. Joseph held the position of Senior Dentist for ACT Health working at The Canberra hospital, public clinics and in the Alexander Maconchie Correctional Centre. Joseph also worked in the private sector at Symmetry Dental with his father and brother. Joseph graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Medical Science Degree in 2009 and from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Dental Science in 2014. Joseph completed a two year research honours in facial pain graduating with First Class Honours in 2016. Joseph recently completed a Masters of Pain Medicine at Sydney University and is currently undertaking a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry specialising in Oral Medicine at Melbourne University.

Dr Chris Darby

Presentation title: Getting it Right: Taking the Bite & Impressions for MAS Treatment
Without great impressions and the right bite you cannot help your OSA patient. Here we detail the available methods for ensuring great impressions and recording an optimal bite


Dr Chris Darby graduated from Melbourne University in 1984. He started working in Sunbury and stayed there for 16 years. He began his TMD, orthodontic learning soon after graduating with Skip Truitt and multiple other orthodontists and TMD experts. Dr Steve Olmos furthered his education and then joined the AACP and continued growing his knowledge of treatment of non-extraction orthodontics, TMD , snoring and chronic facial pain treatment.

Dr Darryl Moses

Presentation title: Consent, Side effects & long-term monitoring of the Sleep Disordered Breathing Patient"
With this lecture you learn the side effects of MAS therapy as well as how to start that conversation with your patients.


Darryl Moses graduated from Dentistry at the University of Sydney and has also completed a Masters of Medicine(Sleep Medicine) from the faculty of Medicine at the University of Sydney. He is a fellow of the International Association of Orthodontics and is the current president of the AACP Australian Chapter