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Steve Carstensen DDS Chosen to Speak at American Dental Association's Annual Session
Date:2/27/2013

Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Out of more than 170,000 dentists in the United States, about 200 are chosen to address attendees of the American Dental Association's Annual Session. For the third year in a row, Dr. Steve Carstensen has been invited to present to dentists, dental hygienists, and other professionals the latest information about dental treatment of sleep apnea and snoring.

In 2011, he drew the largest audience in the meeting for his talk. Following that in 2012, a hands-on workshop sold out two presentations; for 2013, Dr. Carstensen has been invited to co-present one workshop and provide two others.

Dentists want to help the people in their communities with overall health. Using custom oral appliances, they assist physicians in solving sleep and breathing problems. Because this is a medical problem, people expect their providers to use medical insurance. This reasonable request is challenging for the average dental office. One of the workshops will be on how dental teams can create the right medical exam and chart notes to support medical insurance billing.

Dental Teams who have skills help more patients get healthier.

More information about the American Dental Association's Annual Session can be found at ADA.org.

Steve Carstensen, DDS, practices in Bellevue, WA providing advanced restorative dental care and treatment of sleep apnea and snoring. With over 30 years in practice and a lifetime of dedication to learning, he is invited to teach all over the United States. More information available at SteveCarstensenDDS.com or by calling (425) 746-0021

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