Dr. Lee Ostler graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biology/Zoology with emphasis in biochemistry and physiology from Brigham Young University, and earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Washington School of Dentistry. His general dental practice has an emphasis on advanced cosmetic dentistry, bite rehabilitation, periodontal and oral-systemic health management, dental sleep medicine, and TMJ and craniomandibular therapy.
He received advanced training at the Las Vegas Institute (LVI) for Advanced Dental Studies, has been a clinical instructor with LVI in Las Vegas and at the LVI Continuums at Baylor University and the University of Kentucky dental schools.
He is a founding member, past president and executive board member of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health, an international organization focusing on co-management of oral-systemic healthcare for health professionals.
He founded and operated an education and consulting company teaching health professionals the science and practice of oral-systemic health principles. He has presented and lectured to health professionals on principles of cosmetic dentistry, TMJ and craniomandibular treatment, oral-systemic health, and redox biology health applications.
He is founder and program chair for the Eastern Washington Medical Dental Summit, an annual gathering of physicians, dentists, and allied health professionals. He is author of several books that focus on the co-management of patients relative to varied specialty areas of oral health including, oral-systemic health, TMJ disorders, obstructive sleep apnea, and biologic dentistry. He maintains websites and participates in webcasts that relate to the science and utility of redox biology and its impact on oral and general health.
Most important of all, he adores his family – five children and 20 grandchildren.
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