Trained in all aspects of general dentistry, with an emphasis on craniofacial pain and sleep dental medicine. An acknowledged pioneer in the relationship between dental issues and whole body health, he was one of the first dentists to eliminate the use of mercury from his practice. Dr. Hindin is the co-founder and president of the Academy of Physiologic Medicine and Dentistry (AAPMD, and the Foundation for Airway Health, organizations created to prevent the proliferation of chronic disease, by raising awareness about airway, sleep, and breathing issues and offering training and education. He is also the first dentist elected to the board of the American College for Advancement of Medicine. Dr. Hindin’s participation in the vital mission of SAN furthers his desire to support the importance of collaborative care and the medical-dental connection. He has presented important position papers to dental and medical groups throughout the country. His research into the dental – medical connection has shaped the medical community’s understanding of this growing and important field. Dr. Hindin’s participation in the vital mission of SAN furthers his desire to support the importance of collaboration among healthcare practitioners.
Website: Hindin Center