Dr. Chris Stevens, a graduate of Marquette School of Dentistry, is an international speaker on the subjects of smile enhancement, principles of occlusion, full mouth restoration, implantology and diagnosis and treatment of temporomandibular disorders. He has been an active lecturer for more than three decades and has spoken to thousands of care providers including dentists, physicians, chiropractors and physical therapists across the country and abroad.
Since 1991, he has been instructing doctors and their staff on the use of computer enhanced electro-diagnostic equipment in dentistry. Widely accepted applications for these instruments have been found in diagnosis and treatment of TMD, 3-D mandibular repositioning, principles of occlusion and occlusal management processes. During the last two decades he has been presenting lectures on dental technologies including CBCT and lasers.
He co-founded the Multi-Disciplinary Pain Clinic at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He currently lectures throughout the U.S. and Europe.