Dr. Hal Stewart
Dr. Hal Stewart has a long-standing commitment to the highest standards of general, cosmetic, and reconstructive dentistry. His devotion to his profession is seen in his passion for treating his patients and teaching other dentists worldwide. Dr. Stewart’s commitment to his profession led to his induction into the American College of Dentists in 2018. A biologic and systems-focused dentist, he believes that the goal of treatment should be to maintain a healthy, optimally functioning chewing system that is supported by, and in turn supports, a healthy airway. He believes that a healthy airway, and a healthy mouth with stable joints and harmonious occlusion, are imperative to one’s overall health. Dr. Stewart graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1989 and has been in private practice ever since. He studied at the Pankey Institute, The Dawson Academy, The Las Vegas Institute, as well as the OBI Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry. From 2006 – 2013 Dr. Stewart served as a core teaching faculty for OBI. In 2013, he co-founded The Stewart Center for Minimally Invasive Dental Medicine. Dr. Stewart lectures extensively worldwide and has a passion for teaching other dentists and helping equip them to optimally serve their patients. He has written many articles over the years for publication in professional journals and is a frequent lecturer on the topics of BioRejuvenation and Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Practice Management, Laser Dentistry, and Case Presentation. He is a current affiliate and faculty member for The Breathe Institute in Los Angeles, as well as a teaching faculty member and clinical advisor for Vivos. He is the past President of the Texas Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is currently working on board certification with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. In 2018, Dr. Stewart was privileged to be selected as a Fellow of the American College of Dentists.
- Advanced Clinical Training;
- how to read CBCT,
- intro to myofunctional therapy,
- intro to functional medicine,
- How to Finish Cases Orthodontically.
Dr. Michael Morchat
Over 10 years of dental experience. WREB Certified Dentist and Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Radiologist holding a double major in Biology Psychology and Master’s in Dental Sciences. Currently employed with Zimmer Biomet in the Implant Concierge Department where I apply my radiology knowledge, combined with my dental experience, to assist me in becoming the best in my field. While employed at Implant Concierge I have traveled and presented nationwide as well as multiple educational webinars on topics ranging from anatomy, pathology, and radiation sciences, applied to fields of dentistry from general to Oral surgery. I have extensive clinical knowledge to apply to my field, as well as supervisory and educational experience.
- Advanced Clinical Training; how to read CBCT, occlusion, intro to myofunctional therapy, intro to functional medicine,
- How to Finish Cases Orthodontically.
Corey Feldman, MMS
Formerly an athletic trainer for the Colorado Crush and Denver Broncos, Corey is also a Physician Assistant with a Masters in Medical Science from St. Francis University. For six years, he worked in urgent cares, family practices, and emergency rooms. However, he was seeing over 60 patients a day and realized traditional medicine had lost its bedside manners. Combining his medical practice with his Bachelors in Sports and Exercise Science from the University of Northern Colorado, Corey founded Trivida to spend more time with his patients so they could get faster, real results. When Corey isn’t meeting with clients one-on-one, he’s immersed in research and learning how he can better treat clients.
- Underlying causes of illness
- Physical stress, chemical stress, emotional stress – impact on overall health
- Treat the whole person by putting the pieces together
- When to refer
- Working as a team – dentist, physician, nutritionist and other medical professionals
Live Question & Answers with the daily speakers
Gisselle Raio, RDH, OMT
Gisselle Raio is a Registered Dental Hygienist, certified in Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy and Buteyko Breathing Method. She’s trained in Epigenetics and Pneumopedics. She currently practices Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy and lectures health practitioners on Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy. As an advisor and educator of myofunctional therapy at Vivos Therapeutics, she works with doctors from all over the globe developing protocols for the treatment of sleep disordered breathing, sleep apnea and craniofacial growth deficiencies.
- What, Why, When, Who of Myofunctional Therapy ~
- Myofunctional Exercises to Prevent Tongue Tie, Reattachment Lip-ties and Tongue Ties
- Bone Verses Muscle
Dr. Mary Burns
MaryE.Burns, DMD, MS, MA is a Board Certified Orthodontist, who has lectured internationally on the topics of TMJ centered Orthodontics and the role of the orthodontist in the treatment of patients with sleep disordered breathing (SDB). She obtained her Bachelors of Science and Dental Medicine Degrees from the University Of Pittsburgh. She went onto receive her Certificate in Orthodontics and a Masters of Education and Science from The Ohio State University. In1997, Dr. Burns received certification from The Roth/Williams Institute of TMJ centered orthodontic treatment. In 2005, she graduated from the OBI Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry and became a faculty member of the Foundation. Dr. Burns has taught and mentored orthodontic residents in research at Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE and Boston University, Boston, MA. She served as Associate Program Director of the Einstein Medical Center Orthodontic Program from 2017-2019. Dr. Burns is currently a lecturer at the Harvard Orthodontic Residency where she teaches their TMD and Airway curriculum. Dr.Burns has been in a private practice focusing on TMD and SDB in New Hope, PA for over 30years. In her spare time Dr. Burns enjoys doing mission work and spending time with her family, especially her two grandchildren.
- Types of tooth movement
- When to treat and when to refer
- Clear Aligners vs Traditional Brackets
- Expansion – DNA, RPE, Schwartz, Quad Helix
- Closing spaces after expansion without retracting arch and teeth
- Regaining space from bi-cuspid extractions
Live Question & Answer from the day speakers