Dr Emma Bond BDS (Hons) SydUni, Grad Dip Dental Sleep Medicine UWA, F.R.A.C.D.S., can now offer real dental solutions for people suffering from snoring, obstructive sleep apnoea (or OSA).
She has over 25 years’ experience as a Principal Dentist. Emma is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and has completed an extensive post-graduate diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine (UWA).
Dr Bond’s considerable experience allows her to provide her patients with a successful dental treatment plan option for your diagnosed sleep apnoea issues.
The Centre for the Dental Treatment of Snoring and Sleep Apnoea to help with your sleep apnoea.
Dr Emma Bond
BDS (Hons) SydUni,
Grad Dip Dental Sleep Medicine UWA, FRACDS
Practicing Dentistry in Penrith for 25 years
Dr Emma Bond is the founding dentist at The Centre for the Treatment of Sleep Apnoea. She is one of the founding principals at Tindale Dental Centre in Penrith NSW. Emma has a dedicated interest in helping patients to reduce the effects of sleep apnoea. This is achieved with the use of Mandibular Advancement Splints. Emma believes this is best done in consultation with a Medical Sleep Specialist.
Emma considers it important that any treating dentist should have the further training and accreditation in dental sleep medicine. This is why Emma has completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine from the University of Western Australia.
This post graduate course involves an intensive research component and underpins Emma’s commitment to understanding Sleep Apnoea and sleeping disorders.
Emma is also a fellow of FRACDS. Fellowship is the highest academic level of achievement with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.
Before deciding how to treat your sleeping issues, it is essential that you consult a medical sleep specialist to understand the cause. Not all sleeping problems are the same. Sleep apnoea affects many people and is often undiagnosed. Dr Bond can assess your condition and assist you in your referral.
Before deciding how to treat your sleeping issues, it’s important you consult a medical sleep specialist to understand the cause. Not all sleeping problems are the same. Sleep apnoea affects many people and is often undiagnosed.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health professional.