Oral Appliance Therapy for Snoring, Sleep Apnoea and Bruxism

An online training and mentoring program, including scientific articles, clinical and patient education materials Presented by Dr Harry Ball

Interested in this course? Email us at info@dentalsleepinstitute.com.au

Dr Harry Ball
Dr Harry Ball

About the instructor

Dr Harry Ball left his general practice in Melbourne to work at the TMD clinic at the Royal Melbourne Dental Hospital. It was there that he started to see patients with snoring, sleep apnoea and TMD. In 2005 Dr Ball started Australia’s only dedicated dental sleep clinic, Sleepwise Clinic.

The clinic has now treated over 12,000 patients with oral appliances for snoring sleep apnoea and bruxism. The patients are referred from sleep physicians, GP’s, ENT’s and other dentists. In order to ensure the highest quality of oral appliances a laboratory was established at SleepWise with technicians dedicated exclusively to appliances for sleep disorders. The laboratory provides the full range of validated appliances for the patients of SleepWise as well as dentists around Australia.

Dr Ball is passionate about education and has presented seminars for the Australian Dental Association, the Australian Orthodontic Society, the Australian Sleep Association and Dental Health Services.  He has also presented training seminars on dental management of sleep disorders to dentists in the United Kingdom, Holland, Belgium, Singapore and Malaysia.  He has also been involved in training programs for medical practitioners and trainee sleep physicians.


Dr Ball is the current co chairperson of the Dental Sleep Medicine  division of the Australasian Sleep Association. He presented on dental sleep medicine at the 2017 Australian Dental Congress in Melbourne.

Providing all the clinical steps, knowledge and patient education and marketing materials for readily incorporating this service into your dental practice

Course Contents

15 Videos
5 Texts
7 PDFs
7 Audios
17.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Running Sheet - Session's One to Eight
Session 9 - Q/A Session
Research Articles