“Nothing is more satisfying to me than watching patients go from a life of feeling tired and worn down every waking moment, to energized and full of enthusiasm. And better yet, as a dentist and a surgeon who specializes in obstructive sleep apnea and sleep medicine, I’m amazed to see this happen 95% of the time for patients who are fitted with some of the latest oral appliances – no CPAP, and, best of all, no surgery.”
Dr Edward T Sall obtained a DDS from Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery. While at Columbia University he spent a year working in the Temporomandibular and Orofacial Pain Clinic under the direction of Dr. Joseph Marbach.
After dental school, he completed a GPR residency in Hospital Dentistry and joined his father in a private practice in general dentistry.
Due to his interest in facial pain and temporomandibular joint disorders he decided to return to medical school for additional training. He attended SUNY Upstate Medical Center and received a MD in 1987, followed by a 5-year residency in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery.
Since 1992, Dr. Sall has practiced in Syracuse, New York as an Otolaryngologist and Dentist with an emphasis in TMD, facial pain, general Otolaryngology, and the diagnosis and surgical treatment of sinonasal disorders and allergic rhinitis. In addition, he maintains an active practice in the surgical management of sleep disorders.
In 2000, Dr. Sall obtained a MBA from SUNY Binghamton with an emphasis in healthcare and healthcare policy. His business skills and training have lead him to numerous roles in health care and as a consultant to dental and medical companies in both otolaryngology and dentistry.
Dr. Sall became board certified In Sleep Medicine in 2012. Currently he is a consultant to the Upstate Medical Center Sleep Lab as well as the Crouse Irving Memorial Sleep Lab. Dr. Sall is the Medical Director for ProAct Health Solutions.
Dr. Sall maintains an active medical and surgical practice in sleep disordered breathing and has treated over 3500 patients with Oral Appliance Therapy.
In May, 2018 Prosomnus named Dr. Sall as Medical director. Read the Journal article.