A UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE ON HOW TO RUN A SUCCESSFUL SLEEP PRACTICE
Wouldn't it be nice to have a team of experts working for your practice? Our Advisors have built and successfully operated dental sleep medicine programs. Their combined background in dentistry, the medical field, healthcare administration, and medical insurance can provide your practice with the most unique perspective on how to run a successful sleep practice.
Lyon Dental is the ONLY team in the dental sleep industry who collectively hold DDS, MD, RN, CPC (certified coder) degrees – and this is the team dedicated to help YOUR practice!
A Mission to Improve the Landscape of Dental Sleep Medicine
Our mission is to provide the most effective resources and insightful, professional guidance within the dental sleep industry. We help dentists focus on what matters most in order to run a successful dental sleep program.
Our experience is unmatched and dentists count on us to take their sleep program to the next level.
How We Help Your Practice
We work at your pace and understand every dental practice does not fit into a pre-designed "system". There are a variety of topics we can help your practice with including:
Staff training and establishing roles and responsibilities of the dental sleep team
Support in starting new dental sleep program and overcoming barriers
Guidance on appliance selection, quality labs, dental sleep software and HST services to use
Generation of physician referrals and building relationships with sleep labs
Assistance on troubleshooting specific patient/insurance issue
Meet the Experts
Daniel Burton, DDS, D.ABDSM
Dr. Burton has over 35 years experience in general, cosmetic and sleep dentistry. He is dental sleep medicine leader in Grand Rapids, MI where he maintains his thriving general dental practice, Midtown Smiles, PC and dental sleep medicine practice, Michigan Sleep Network, PC
Jeff Burton, RN
Jeff has over 15 years experience in healthcare including management positions at health insurance companies, physician organizations and hospitals as a critical care nurse. He currently helps dentists build their dental sleep programs and runs his father's dental sleep practice