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Drs. Sam Halabo, Chris Stevens, Jeff Horowitz, and Lou Graham
May 21, 2021
May 21, 2024
3 CE Credits
This 3-hour video is designed to educate dental professionals on the clinical and financial implications of adding 3D imaging (CBCT) technology into your practice. See how CBCT technology opens the door to more. Participants will learn how the technology allows for more diagnostics, provides better care, and contributes to better outcomes for practices and patients year after year.
Participants will also learn how to meet and exceed your practice’s production goals through the use of technology and automation. Learning and applying key skills will make dentists, their team, and their patients safer and happier while also improving case acceptance and retention. 3D imaging also provides clinicians with valuable diagnostic information that can ultimately be used to assess the risk for upper airway deficiency. When these conditions are diagnosed and treated, patients will have improved overall health. Indications and protocols for imaging of these structures as well as how the clinician can use this information for more successful treatment planning will be discussed. The three presentations will be followed by a panel discussion and a Q&A session with the audience.
|Credits||Catapult Education designates this continuing education activity for 3 credits|
|AGD Subject Code||010, 250, 690|
Dr. Sam Halabo is an accomplished international speaker, author, and product evaluator. For over 20 years he has run a state-of-the-art private practice in San Diego, CA. He is a graduate of Boston University’s Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry and he completed a General Practice Residency at the Loma Linda Veterans Hospital. Dr. Halabo is an adjunct faculty member at the University of California at San Diego and an Editor for ‘Inside Dentistry’ Magazine. He served as the director of dental care at the UCSD Homeless clinic in Pacific Beach, CA. He has been involved in product evaluations for both Catapult Education and Clinicians Report (CR) for many years and is proud and honored to share his knowledge and experience with those seeking to provide excellent dental care for their patients. Dr. Halabo lectures on a variety of topics with an emphasis on improving patient care and the Dentists’ enjoyment of their profession by combining technological and clinical advancements with the use of simple practice management tools.
Dr. Chris Stevens, a graduate of Marquette School of Dentistry, is an international speaker on the subjects of smile enhancement, principles of occlusion, full mouth restoration, implantology and diagnosis and treatment of temporomandibular disorders. He has been an active lecturer for more than three decades and has spoken to thousands of care providers including dentists, physicians, chiropractors and physical therapists across the country and abroad. Since 1991, he has been instructing doctors and their staff on the use of computer enhanced electro-diagnostic equipment in dentistry. Widely accepted applications for these instruments have been found in diagnosis and treatment of TMD, 3-D mandibular repositioning, principles of occlusion and occlusal management processes. He co-founded the Multi-Disciplinary Pain Clinic at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He currently lectures throughout the U.S. and Europe while maintaining a teaching center, the Center for Advanced Studies of Functional and Restorative Esthetics and a general dental practice in Sun Prairie, WI.
Dr. Jeff Horowitz is a self proclaimed CE "Junkie" whether he is teaching or taking, education is key to the success of any practice. His special interests include treatment of sleep disorders and cosmetic smile rehabilitation. Dr. Jeff Horowitz completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh and earned his dental degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. After completing a GPR at the Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, N.J., Dr. Horowitz founded the Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry, a multi-disciplinary group practice in the Conway/Myrtle Beach, SC area. He is also the founder and clinical director for Advanced Sleep and TMJ Centers. His main interests include treatment of sleep disordered breathing, orthodontics, temporo-mandibular disorders, the oro-systemic connection, complex rehabilitation cases and cosmetic care. An admitted C.E. “Junkie”, Dr. Horowitz is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry where he has served as a past-president for South Carolina and on the AGD Dental Education Council. Dr. Horowitz also serves as a mentor and past scientific advisor on sleep disordered breathing at the Kois Center in Seattle, a key opinion leader/lecturer for Catapult Education, and an independent clinical instructor. His affiliations include the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and the American Sleep and Breathing Academy holding dual-diplomate status, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the American Orthodontic Society, the Piper Study Club, the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and the Wellness Dentistry Network. Dr. Horowitz lectures internationally, has been published in dental literature, and has contributed to many television news media reports.
Dr. Lou Graham is the founder of the Catapult Education, a continuing education company whose philosophy and programs use contemporary, interactive formats to integrate time-proven conservative dentistry with 21st century materials and techniques. Dr. Graham maintains an active clinical practice in Chicago. He emphasizes the same concepts he practices: dental health diagnosis, treatment plans for medically compromised patients, conservative treatment, cosmetic dentistry, and customized approaches to periodontal care, implants and laser dentistry.