Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA

Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA

Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, DABDSM, DASBA, is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina.

In 1992, he founded the Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry, a multidisciplinary group practice in the Conway/Myrtle Beach area.

He is the founder and clinical director of Advanced Sleep and TMJ Centers, a member of the Academy of General Dentistry’s Dental Education Council, a mentor at the Kois Center, a lecturer for Catapult Education, and a Sleep Group Solutions instructor.

posterior open bites

Posterior Open Bites, What Does it Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA Have you ever run into posterior open bites during…

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erosive tooth lesions

Pitting and Erosive Tooth Lesions, What Does it Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA Have you ever run into pitting and erosive tooth…

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Facial Asymmetries and Discrepancies

Facial Asymmetries and Discrepancies, What Does it Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA Have you ever run into facial asymmetries and discrepancies…

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chronically enlarged tonsils

Chronically Enlarged Tonsils, What Does It Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA Chronically enlarged tonsils are a common condition, more likely…

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scalloped tongue case study

Scalloped Tongue, What Does it Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA A scalloped tongue is characterized by wavy or rippled…

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confronting denial

Confronting Denial is No Small Task

By Sharon Dolak | December 5, 2022

By: Sharon Dolak Denial is a coping response that gives us time to adjust during shocking, distressful situations and avoid anxiety. We refuse to see the truth because we are trying to protect ourselves from a painful, overwhelming situation. Some things, many things are simply hard to accept all at once and we need time…

treatment planning

The Difficulty With Treatment Planning

By Savanah Craig | December 1, 2022

By: Savanah Craig Treatment planning is one of the most difficult parts of my job as a new dentist. Often, I am meeting a patient for the first time and trying to access the problems that need to be addressed and learn about their desires all in an hour-long appointment. Patients’ wants and desires are…

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What is Toxic Positivity and How to Avoid It

By Sharon Dolak | November 28, 2022

By: Sharon Dolak Do you notice that as soon as you walk into the office you are ON? Like someone pushed a button in your head that said, “OK, you are to have no emotions, no needs and you are to be positive, energetic, smile, and bright ALL DAY LONG.” In a normal healthy life,…

ameloblastoma

Ameloblastoma: Case Study

By Dr. Jennifer Bell, DDS, FAGD, FICD | November 23, 2022

By: Dr. Jennifer Bell, DDS, FAGD, FICD Have you ever had a patient with ameloblastoma? Here is a case study of my experience with it.

tax return for dental professionals

Tax Return Preparation for Dental Professionals

By Bruce Bryen | November 21, 2022

By: Bruce Bryen As a dentist, when you are ready to file your first substantial tax return, it is best to find a dental CPA who can prepare the personal tax return but can also be the first advisor that you use for your future in the dental profession. As a young dentist, it’s probable…

excel in clinical setting

Life after Graduation: Excel in Your Clinical Setting

By Savanah Craig | November 17, 2022

By: Savanah Craig I graduated from dental school in March 2022 and I’m currently in a general practitioner residency program. I’m writing to offer some advice for young dentists out there who are about to graduate on how to manage in a clinical setting after graduation. Tips to Excel in Your Clinical Setting After Graduation…

Tonsilloliths, or tonsil stones

Tonsilloliths: Case Study

By Dr. Jennifer Bell, DDS, FAGD, FICD | November 16, 2022

By: Dr. Jennifer Bell, DDS, FAGD, FICD Have you ever had a patient with tonsilloliths? Here is a case study of my experience with it.

dental assistant requirements in kentucky

Dental Assistant Requirements in Kentucky

By Natalie Kaweckyj | November 14, 2022

By: Natalie Kaweckyj, LDA, RF, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, CPFDA, CRFDA, MADAA, BA Are you looking to become a dental assistant or are moving as a current dental assistant? Make sure to check the dental assistant requirements in Kentucky to see if you are still qualified in the state to practice. Each state has different requirements for…

dental assistant requirements in kansas

Dental Assistant Requirements in Kansas

By Natalie Kaweckyj | November 14, 2022

By: Natalie Kaweckyj, LDA, RF, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, CPFDA, CRFDA, MADAA, BA Are you looking to become a dental assistant or are moving as a current dental assistant? Make sure to check the dental assistant requirements in Kansas to see if you are still qualified in the state to practice. Each state has different requirements for…

dental assistant requirements in iowa

Dental Assistant Requirements in Iowa

By Natalie Kaweckyj | November 14, 2022

By: Natalie Kaweckyj, LDA, RF, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, CPFDA, CRFDA, MADAA, BA Are you looking to become a dental assistant or are moving as a current dental assistant? Make sure to check the dental assistant requirements in Iowa to see if you are still qualified in the state to practice. Each state has different requirements for…