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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Honesty in chalk

The Importance of Honesty in the Midst of a Pandemic

By Kevin Henry | November 23, 2020

Honesty is now more important than ever, because honesty can help your team prepare for a potential exposure to COVID-19.

Social media

Why Trending Today Fails You

By David Rice | November 18, 2020

Let’s talk about trending … but how do we build a plan to trend for the long-haul? Dr. David Rice offers his thoughts.

Sadness

10 simple things you can do to get through hard times

By Kevin Henry | November 17, 2020

Life is a series of peaks and valleys. Sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down. But it’s the difficult times where we need a little more support and guidance. Here are some tips that can help.

Reset button

Why You Need to Hit the Reset Button Heading into 2021

By Kevin Henry | November 17, 2020

Take a step back. Take a breath. 2020 has been a lot to take in, but now is the time to plan for what’s to come in 2021.

Ocean waves and fishing

Preparing for the Waves to Come in 2021

By Kevin Henry | November 10, 2020

None of us knew that 2020 would bring a pandemic into our industry and society. What will 2021 bring? None of us know for sure. However, we do know that you can learn from the past and prepare for the future using analysis and trends from a pair of experts who have been tracking what has been happening in the industry before, during, and after the COVID-19 disruption.

Money

What Tax Challenges Await Dental Practices in 2021?

By Kevin Henry | November 9, 2020

With a new year comes new tax codes and rules that you and your dental practice need to know.

Empty chairs

When You Have Everything You Need in the Dental Practice … Except Patients

By Kevin Henry | November 9, 2020

You have everything you need in your practice … except for patients. Now what? Dr. David Rice will discuss this and more in a riveting talk.

Puzzle

How Differences Can Come Together Under the Dentist’s Leadership

By David Rice | November 3, 2020

Dr. David Rice explains how dentists can ensure that everyone not only has their voice heard, but that it’s done to promote unity rather than division.

Window sign

The importance of each of us having our voice heard

By Kevin Henry | November 3, 2020

Having an opinion is a bigger personal milestone than it may seem. Voicing opinions makes you vulnerable, especially if you’re battling to build self-confidence.

Vote

How To Keep That “I Voted” Buzz Going in The Dental Practice

By Kevin Henry | November 2, 2020

Remember how proud you were that you made your voice heard in the recent election? How about making your voice heard in the dental practice?