The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) has entered an exclusive relationship with Torch Dental, a dental practice solution to discover, order, and pay for dental supplies, allowing AADSM members access to additional cost savings and benefits.

According to a release from Torch Dental, this partnership represents a significant milestone as both organizations combine their expertise to drive innovation, education, and practice management solutions for dental practices.

“This collaboration allows us to combine our expertise in dental practice management and supply ordering with the AADSM’s members,” says Jordyn Altit Levitas, head of strategic partnerships at Torch Dental, in a release. “Together, we empower dental professionals to provide effective and comprehensive care to patients suffering from sleep-related breathing disorders. Our shared vision is to elevate practices and enhance sleep to improve lives.”

Torch Dental’s software solutions are designed to streamline dental practice operations, simplify supply ordering, and optimize spending. Its suite of tools encompasses custom product preference dashboards, supply order recommendations, spend management visibility, analytics reporting, and more. By leveraging cloud technology and building user-friendly interfaces, users can focus on the patient experience, according to a release from Torch Dental.

AADSM represents dentists who treat sleep-disordered breathing, which includes obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring, with oral appliance therapy. Committed to advancing the treatment of sleep-related breathing disorders through oral appliance therapy, the AADSM provides education, research, and advocacy to dental professionals. 

“We are pleased to be able to offer AADSM members exclusive access to additional savings on the products and services Torch Dental provides. Access to Torch Dental’s resources will help practices save money and increase efficiency so they can focus on providing high-quality clinical care to the millions of undiagnosed and untreated patients with OSA,” says Mitchell Levine, president of AADSM, in a release.

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