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Dr. Orcutt - Vivos Voices

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“I learned some things that were the opposite of what I learned in dental school.”

Dr. Brian Orcutt

 Dr. Brian Orcutt on New Science in Dentistry

This week on Vivos Voices, we visited with Dr. Brian Orcutt, a talented dentist and experienced Vivos Integrated Provider (VIP).

While amid the pandemic, Dr. Orcutt thought it was an excellent time to complete some continuing education required for healthcare professionals each year to maintain their skills and continue learning about advancements. He came across Vivos and a podcast with Dr. Singh, the man behind the science in his studies. “I learned some things that were the opposite of what I learned in dental school,” Dr. Orcutt shared. “[Dr. Singh] talked about how he could overcome some of the sleep apnea challenges some people have.”

We understand that, for some, the new science can be challenging to grasp at first. However, we’ve got an entire team of leading specialists who’ve come before you, tried it, and loved it. It works. In fact, most dentists become so passionate about their work with Vivos that they shift full-time into airway dentistry.

“I see myself backing off on the clinical dentistry side and focusing much more on airway. I think that it’s a great way to help people out in a way that a lot of us dentists weren’t trained to do,” says Dr. Orcutt. “And I think that we can really change lives and maybe even save people’s lives.”

As for successfully integrating The Vivos Method, it takes a team. “I introduced this to my staff a couple of months ago. We’ve had a couple of staff meetings about it. They are blown away by what this can do. Getting my team involved has been key to getting this implemented. I have learned how important the Vivos support is and how awesome it is too. They really know how to help you integrate this into your practice.”

Video Transcript
My name is, uh, Dr. Brian Orcutt. I practice in Fair Oaks, California. Um, I went to dental school at Indiana University, and I graduated in 2004. During, uh, during the shutdown, I heard a podcast about Vivos. Uh, Dr. Singh was, was, was on the podcast and, and I learned some things that, um, was opposite of what I’ve learned in dental school. He talked about how he could overcome some of the sleep apnea challenges that some people have, and that really excited me to be able to do this on my own time, so I don’t have to take a lot of time off of my practice. So I can study at night. So, um, I love learning virtually. Not having to take time off has been, been a godsend, really. I see myself backing off on the clinical dentistry side and focusing much more on, on airway. And I think it’s a great way to, to help people out in a way that a lot of us dentists weren’t trained to do. And, um, I think we can really change people’s life and maybe even save people’s lives. Uh, so I introduced this to my staff a couple months ago. We’ve had a couple of staff meetings about it. Um, I’ve, I’ve shown them some of the videos that Dr. Caulfield has on session one. They are blown away by what, what this can do. Uh, getting my team involved has been, has been really key in getting this implemented. I have learned how important the Vivos support is and how awesome it is too. They, um, they really know how to, how to help you integrate this into your practice because if you don’t have somebody to help you integrate this, it’s not gonna go far. Um, they have so much knowledge and support, um, that will help make you very successful in introducing sleep apnea.