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A Message From Dr. Olmos
As we enter the new year, 2023 marks a major change in my life. After 42 years in dentistry, I am retiring from clinical practice. Have decided to make the next chapter of my life research focused to continue building awareness in the fields of Craniofacial Pain and...
WELLNESS HOUR | 2021 – Dr. Steven Olmos
DR. STEVEN OLMOS FEATURED IN THE WELLNESS HOUR In this interview TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre Founder, Steven Olmos, DDS will be discussing migraine, headaches and treatment options for TMJ [Click Here to Listen to The Wellness Hour Interview]
Treating Severe OSA – Versatility is Key
Dental Sleep Practice – Product Spotlight | Winter 2020 by Steven Olmos, DDS, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, DAIPM, FAAOP, FAACP, FICCMO, FADI, FIAO, FACD Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) is comprised of various structural and neural pathologies of the upper airway....
DENTAL SLEEP PRACTICE MAGAZINE – PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
TMJ & SLEEP THERAPY CENTRE INTERNATIONAL TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre International, headquartered in La Mesa, California, is a leader in the field of continuing education, training and resources for the dental healthcare profession. Offering continuing...
WORLD’S TOP 100 DOCTORS | CLASS OF 2021
THE GLOBAL SUMMITS INSTITUTE INDUCTED DR. STEVEN OLMOS TO THE 2021 DOCTOR-TO-DOCTOR WORLD’S TOP 100. The honorary recognition is an achievement award for exceptional services rendered to the arts and sciences of the healthcare professions. The Global Summits Institute...
THE DENTAL BRIEF PODCAST | EPISODE 19 Dr. Steven Olmos – NOVEMBER 24, 2020
DR. STEVEN OLMOS FEATURED IN THE DENTAL BRIEF PODCAST Dr. Steven Olmos is the founder of TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre International. He has spent the last 30 years solely focused and devoted to treatment and research for craniofacial pain. He is well renowned and...
THE DENTAL CLINICAL COMPANION PODCAST | EPISODE 090 Dr. Steven Olmos: TMJ & Sleep Centres International – OCTOBER 26, 2020
DR. STEVEN OLMOS FEATURED IN THE DENTAL CLINICAL COMPANION PODCAST Dr. Steven Olmos was the guest in one of the episodes of The Dental Clinical Companion Podcast! He discusses the diagnosis, treatment and long-term management of sleep disordered breathing, TMD, and...
DR. STEVEN OLMOS | FACD – OCTOBER 2020
DR. STEVEN OLMOS OBTAINED A FELLOWSHIP IN THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF DENTISTS We are so excited to announce that Dr. Steven Olmos has received a Fellowship in the American College of Dentists. Thank you, Dr. Derek Mahony for the nomination! [Click Here to Join Us in...
SAN DIEGO MAGAZINE | TOP DOCTORS ISSUE – 2019 OCTOBER
DR. STEVEN OLMOS FEATURED IN THE SAN DIEGO'S TOP DOCTORS ISSUE | OCTOBER 2019 For more than 35 years, Dr. Steven Olmos has researched and treated craniofacial pain, temporomandibular disorder, and sleep-disordered breathing. A graduate of USC School of...
Learn first-hand what other doctors think of our courses
Here are just a few testimonials from our large network of doctors.
Daniel G. Klauer, DDS
5.0 ★★★★★ a year ago
You will leave this course prepared to treat TMD and Sleep Disordered Breathing at a level you didn’t even know existed. No other CE program has delivered results like this one. Dr. Olmos’ researched/evidenced based systems added $1,000,000 of production to our practice within 12 months. This will be the best investment you’ve ever made in your practice.
Joseph Baba, DDS
5.0 ★★★★★ a year ago
We have implemented Dr. Olmos’ TMD/Sleep and Ortho protocols for almost one year now. This approach has considerably raised the precision of our diagnosis, the speed of treatment and has consistently produced predictable resolution of our patient’s conditions. Implementing Dr. Olmos’ protocols has elevated our good track record to great.
Ryan L. Skale, DDS
5.0 ★★★★★ a year ago
The TMJ & Sleep Therapy mini – residency was a game changer for me in how I evaluate and treat my entire patient base. I’ve always known there was a “blind-spot” in my evaluation and management of bruxers and patients with facial pain. Dr. Olmos’ course taught me more than I could ever imagine about chronic pain, airway and breathing concerns and bruxism. Most important, the material learned is supported by an unimaginable amount of researched literature references.