She instructs patients in periodontal health care.
She was in the top 1% of her graduating class at SUNY Farmingdale Hygiene School.
Mastering the Bite, Doctoring the Patient
Do you consider “neuromuscular dentistry” a bad word, but you’re not exactly sure why? The truth of the matter is that neuromuscular principles, e.g. a comfortable bite, can help you deliver longer-lasting results and contribute to happier, healthier patients. After all, who wants to live with headaches, bruxism, and chronic tooth wear?
The Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics understands that dentists are sometimes hesitant about all the neuromuscular bruhaha. At their upcoming conference “ACE Bite Camp,” they’ll dispel common myths about neuromuscular dentistry, explain the theories and principles, and most importantly, show how you can market TMD treatment to your patients in an easy-to-understand fashion.
Conference goals include:
Delivering a new set of clinical skills for the successful treatment of TMD
Teaching a whole-office approach to treating TMD patients
Providing successful methods for TMD case acceptance
Showing dentists how to market and explain TMD to new patients