Dental Sleep Practice Dear Media Buyers, Each year, airway therapy becomes more important to the 150,000 practicing dentists in the United States. The American Dental Association has mandated, in a policy statement to their members, that every dentist has responsibilities to screen for sleep-related breathing disorders in their practice. Expansion of the service beyond mandibular advancement devices to dentist-appropriate testing, surgical and behavioral interventions, and the attention paid to the wide-open field of pediatric airway therapy means dentists will be looking even more closely at Dental Sleep Practice magazine. We remain the only publication dedicated to providing practical education to dentists about airway problems, and they are eager to learn. MedMark Media and Dental Sleep Practice are taking an evermore visible presence at highly visible dental education events, and name recognition grows with every issue. The message given to every dentist is the need to include their team and like-minded medical professionals in their service plan; Dental Sleep Practice gives practical tips for marketing, team development, and medical-provider collaboration. Adding Continuing Education in every issue has enhanced readership and gives even more credibility to DSP as the go-to publication for every practicing dentist. Supporting Dentists through Practical Sleep Apnea Education Steve Carstensen, DDS, D.ABDSM Editor-in-Chief
“It is so refreshing to see a publication that is devoted to the practitioner. Well done!” Steven Bender, DDS
Readership Profile Sleep Apnea, a sleep disorder that causes breathing to frequently stop and start, has been associated with significant health risks, including high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. In the national effort to understand, diagnose, and treat this disorder, dental professionals have emerged as a niche yet important part of the community seeking to build a knowledge database aimed at alleviating human suffering due to Sleep Apnea. MedMark’s Dental Sleep Practice journal is specifically designed to serve the professionals whose practices focus on understanding and treating Sleep Apnea disorders in the United States. The journal caters to all in the industry, from newcomers seeking to immerse themselves in best practices to current practitioners sharing their latest insights to service or equipment providers benefiting from a constant and deep connection to current and potential customers. Whether it’s in print or digital form, our subscribers can earn 8 continuing education credits per year in Dental Sleep Practice. MedMark connects subscribers with outstanding opportunities to learn, apply, and retain valuable educational information. Continuing education is peer-reviewed and AGD/PACE certified.
2019 Media Kit