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Dr. Rosen is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology


The American Board of Periodontology was established in 1939 by the American Academy of Periodontology. The mission of the American Board of Periodontology is to advance and elevate the quality of periodontal care through examination, certification, and recertification of periodontists through Diplomate status. 

Diplomates of the American Board of Periodontology have made significant achievements beyond the mandatory educational requirements of the specialty. To achieve Board certification, periodontists must:

  • Have completed dental school and have earned a DDS or DMD degree.
  • Be a certified periodontist.
  • Complete a comprehensive qualifying and oral examination covering all phases of periodontal disease and its treatments, including dental implants.
  • Recertification every six years.

Dr. Rosen is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine

The American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM) is an independent board of examiners established in 2004 to duly license dentists who treat sleep related breathing disorders. ABDSM works to set standards for the scope of dental sleep medicine and to acknowledge clinicians who have completed board-certification requirements established by ABDSM.

Dental sleep medicine encompasses sleep medicine treatments including oral appliances and upper airway surgery. Those who become Diplomates of ABDSM show an acceptable level of education, training, and experience in these treatments.

Board certified clinicians must complete an application and complete an examination. Applicants must have completed at least 50 hours of continuing education related to Sleep Apnea, have documented time in a sleep center, have a valid dental license, and two letters of recommendation from board-certified sleep physicians (MD, DO, or PhD). Clinicians must also submit oral appliance therapy and surgery case studies.

Dr. Rosen is a Fellow in the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain

  Visit the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain Website to Learn More!

AACP Vision Statement

The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain will continue to be the organization promoting advancement of knowledge in Craniofacial Pain, Temporomandibular Disorders, and Dental Sleep Medicine by providing a common ground for clinical practice and research to professionals for the benefit of the public.

AACP Mission Statement

The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain is committed to the relief of craniofacial pain, temporomandibular disorders and dental sleep related disorders and supporting the advancement of education, research and dissemination of knowledge and skills in these areas.


This status may be granted to applicants who meet the following requirements:

  1. Spent the immediate past 2 years in treating head, neck, craniofacial pain and TMJ disorders;
  2. Treated a minimum of 50 head, neck, craniofacial pain and TMJ patients;
  3. Advanced study and training in the field which consists of successful completion of at least 2 or more academic years of graduate study in an ADA accredited dental school program, OR A minimum of 200 hours within the immediate past 10 years of continuing education courses in the field;
  4. Sponsorship by two Academy members holding Fellow, Distinguished Fellow or Mastership of Excellence status (Not the same two who sponsored the applicant earlier);
  5. Pass a rigid written examination (100 questions or by successfully passing all examinations given by the AACP Craniofacial Pain Mini-residency)
  6. Pre-registration to the annual convention must be sent to the Central Office by the registration deadline;
  7. A signed and notarized affidavit attesting to these requirements, and agreeing to provide access to said records. 
Our goal is to help you achieve quiet, restful sleep in order to improve your overall health and the quality of your life. Dr. David B. Rosen will listen carefully to your concerns, thoroughly evaluate your situation, and educate you about your problem and the possible solutions. Your care will be provided in a kind, caring environment. The treatment will be customized to your needs and provide you with the most effective oral appliance therapy available to resolve your snoring and sleep apnea problem.

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