Did you know that there is no “board-certified specialty” in cosmetic dentistry recognized by the American Dental Association? Various affiliations may offer titles that can simply be secured with little more than a paid membership. To truly be accomplished as a cosmetic dentist, extensive training in the excellence of aesthetic dentistry, lifelong experience, and an inherent eye for beauty is necessary to set one great cosmetic dentist apart from another. Dr. Beth Snyder succeeds.
Dr. Snyder graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in 1985. She has aggressively pursued postgraduate education, taking over 2600 hours of courses and counting. Her goal is to have the best technological and clinical skills available in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. She has attained the status of Fellow at the Las Vegas Institute (LVI), the world’s premier postgraduate teaching center for cosmetic and neuromuscular dentistry. She has been repeatedly recognized by LVI for her exceptional skills and awarded the honor of excellence in outstanding educational achievement.
Named a diplomate with AADSM (American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine), she has also earned prestigious fellowships with the AGD (Academy of General Dentistry) and the ICCMO (International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics).
Dr. Snyder is a senior orthodontic instructor of the IAO (International Association for Orthodontics) and will be available for speaking engagements.
What sets her apart
Since she has been a TMJ pain patient since she was a young girl, Dr. Snyder has come full circle in her quest to understand TMJ disorders, striving to provide patients with the best solutions dentistry has to offer. Neuromuscular dentistry has helped not only her, but a great deal of her patients. With a husband that snored, she pursued training in sleep dental medicine, helping many patients with snoring and sleep apnea be freed of CPAP machines.
In addition to being on staff at the Doylestown Hospital in Bucks County and a member of the DHP (Doylestown Health Partners), Dr. Beth Snyder donates her private practice dental services for uninsured, low-income adults in the central Bucks County community through Doylestown Hospital’s Ann Silverman Health Clinic. She is a member of the Central Bucks County Chamber of Commerce and lives with her family in Bucks County.