Dr. Todd Morgan, DMD, graduated Washington University of Dental Medicine and has been recognized as an expert in the field of Dental Sleep Medicine. He has been in practice for over 25 years in California and has conducted clinical research trials and published several research papers regarding the treatment of headaches, sleep apnea, and snoring with Oral Appliance Therapy. His team has completed several NIH funded clinical trials and authored several peer-reviewed articles and books on the treatment of sleep apnea with dental appliances. Dr. Morgan is an innovator, and his collaborative work has shed light on the appropriate selection of patients for OAT. His group’s new investigation is focusing on strategies to guide successful outcomes using oral appliances, including improved collaboration with our physician colleagues. Dr. Morgan patented a unique trial device called The Apnea Guard that offers immediate treatment and predicts the correct jaw position. Dr Morgan holds two patents on oral appliance design and has served twice on the AADSM Board of Directors. He is the current Vice Chair for the 2014 and 2015 AADSM Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine Courses, and is the architect of the new, Board Examination Review Course that was launched in 2013.
Dr. Morgan believes that patient care should revolve around information, a comfortable environment, and providing treatment that works! It brings him no greater pleasure than to treat patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and increase their quality of life. Dr. Morgan’s premiere Dental Sleep Medicine practice prides itself on service that goes beyond the basics. He is an invited speaker and lecturer around the world. He has recently published a book entitled Why The Long Face : A Story About Thumb-sucking to inspire and educate parents about the effects that thumb-sucking and other harmful habits have upon the balance in craniofacial growth and airway development. Dr. Morgan resides in the Carlsbad area with his wife Barbi and their 4 children.
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