PRLog - July 21, 2012 - DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- Doylestown - On June 23, Dr. Beth Snyder, DMD, LVIF, FICCMO, FAGD, received the Academy of General Dentistry's prestigious 2012 Fellowship Award. The award is presented to dentist's who remain current in their profession including passing a comprehensive exam and completing 500 hours of continuing education of which Dr. Snyder has completed over 2,000 hours.
(Photo: Dr. Beth Snyder, Dr. Howard Gamble, 2011-2012 AGD President)
The Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) is a professional association of more than 37,000 general dentists dedicated to providing the public quality dental care and oral health education.
Recently, Dr. Snyder also was involved with roundtable discussions, with elite members in her field, on treating sleep apnea, snoring and TMJ problems while additionally attending the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine conference. Furthermore, she has been teaching a special technique to help orthopedically improve the size of the upper jaw to help patients with TMJ and sleep issues.
"Continuing education is a key element, for myself and my patients," says Beth Snyder from her office in Bailiwick. "As new research develops, it is critical that I stay with the latest thinking."
Dr. Snyder is a Doylestown based dentist with advanced post-graduate training in Cosmetic, Neuromuscular Dentistry, Periodontal, TMJ Dysfunction and Sleep Disorders. In 2011, she was inducted as a Fellow of The International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopedics, recognizing a practitioner’
Dr. Beth Snyder is available for interviews.
Photo by RC Photographic Productions and used with AGD permission.