This live-streamed course is packed with all new material on the latest in research, the newest advancements, clinical protocols, precision diagnostics, and innate immunity and the impact of nasal breathing and sleep apnea on our susceptibility to viral infections and immunologic function, as well as best practices in telemedicine.


March-April Course 2023

March 30 5:30pm 7:00pm PDT Welcome Hour

March 31-April 2 8:00am-5:00pm PDT Course Lecture

April 6 5:30pm-7:00pm Practice Management

December Course 2023

December 14th 5:30pm 7:00pm PDT Welcome Hour

December 15-17th 8:00am-5:00pm PDT Course Lecture

December 21st 5:30pm-7:00pm PDT Practice Management


Sleep Breathing
  • A Functional Approach to Sleep and Breathing

  • Interpretation of sleep studies and other diagnostic modalities

  • Integration of Multidisciplinary Approaches

  • Pediatric Sleep Disordered Breathing and Maxillofacial Development

  • The Importance of Nasal Breathing

  • Treatment options and brief history of case/clinical studies

Functional Frenuloplasty
  • Tongue-Tie Assessment in Children and Adults

  • Identifying compensations for tongue-tie

  • Surgical Techniques using Scissors and Suture, and laser

  • Identifying the endpoints for release

  • The Aftercare process

  • Surgical Walkthroughs

  • Intro to Suture Techniques

  • Managing Complications: Lip and Buccal Ties

Auxiliary Support Team
  • The Autonomic Nervous System

  • Guided Meditation

  • Medication Management and CPAP

  • Sleep Hygiene

  • Myofunctional Therapy Overview

  • Pre and post - op care

  • Practice Management Resources

  • Best Practices in Telemedicine

  • Patient Experience Cultivation

  • Case Study Reviews


A dynamic learning experience covering the Research, Clinical Protocols, Diagnostics, and Management of Sleep Disorder Breathing & Tongue-Tie Disorders.

Our courses continually evolve in response to three main stimuli:

1) New understandings gained through research and clinical experience,
2) Input from participants,
3) Observations of our own team.
If you've  taken the Breathe Course before, here are the main changes that you can expect this time around:
a) Enhanced on-demand content.
16+ hours of our foundational content has been moved into the 'pre-recorded lectures' section in order to open up more live-time for the latest updates to our protocols and paradigm.
b) Prolonged access to resources and content.
We have extended the duration that you will have access to pre-recorded course materials to 1 year.
c) More convenient schedule.
With more of the foundational content shifted to on-demand, pre-viewing, you can learn at your own pace. Also, we were able to condense the course into 3 dynamic days of live course sessions, over 1 weekend. (rather than 5 days over 3 weekends as before).
  • 16 hours of live lecture with Dr. Soroush Zaghi,
  • 8 hours of discussion with Dr. Zaghi and the TBI team,
  • 6 hours of online workshops with the TBI team including myofunctional therapy, suture training, and practice management.

This live-streamed course delves into the research on, impacts/diagnosis of and treatment options for tethered oral tissues and sleep disordered breathing in children and adults. Plus new content on innate immunity and best practices in telemedicine.

We look forward to carrying onward alongside you all to further revolutionize the standards of care in sleep, airway, and overall health!

  • Develop an understanding of the differential diagnosis for the root-causes of sleep-related breathing disorders, sleep bruxism, and cycle of oral dysfunction in pediatric and adult populations; and be able to screen for and identify the clinical signs of mouth breathing, tongue-tie, limited tongue-space, sleep-disordered breathing, and myofunctional disorders among patients in your practice. 
  • Learn how the clinical definition of ankyloglossia has evolved over recent years and learn the step-by-step surgical protocol of tongue-tie surgery while recognizing the broader context of myofunctional (tongue-tone) and maxillofacial (tongue-space) issues.
  • Learn to assess the impact of sleep-related breathing disorders on pediatric and adult populations through interpretation of sleep studies, CBCT diagnostic imaging, video recordings of sleep, and other clinical assessment tools and modalities. 
  • Observe the protocol in action through live case studies, as well as
    hands-on participation with suture training, laser, and myofunctional assessments. 

June, 2022 (In Person):
8th - 11th  (in Los Angeles)

August, 2022 online session:
18th : Intro, pre-course (~2 hrs)
19th - 21st : Lecture (Full Days)
25th : Practice Mgmt and Q&A (~2 hrs)

November, 2022 online session:
10th : Intro, pre-course (~2 hrs)
11th - 13th : Lecture (Full Days)
17th : Practice Mgmt and Q&A (~2 hrs)


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