Selective Orthodontics Series

Selective Orthodontics Series

 

Our revolutionary program is designed to
Content

help students take the first step in successfully
incorporating orthodontics into their practice.
Reliant on technology and our proprietary ortho
simulation app, you’ll learn how to identify and
treat easy to moderate non-extraction cases.
This course has an optional hands-on lab.

Master basic principles to incorporate ortho
into your practice and learn how to identify and
treat easy to moderate non-extraction cases.
Reliant on technology (IOS required),
Progressive ortho simulation app, and proper
case selection to ensure success.
Limited to specific “selective” case types, using
technology and a “coach” to ensure the case
types are detected properly.
Know how to discuss ortho with your patients
and give the best advice.
• Treat the uncomplicated cases using aligners
and brackets, and know which cases to refer.
Optional hands-on lab for those that want to
treat cases.

 


Seminar #1: Intro to Digital Orthodontics • Scan and create orthodontic simulations for every patient:

Quickly and easily diagnose and discuss orthodontic conditions
with your patients—incorporate ortho into the GP practice
• Present/discuss treatment options and alternatives
• Aligners vs. Brackets: Tools in your toolbox
• Basics of creating and analyzing ortho simulations
• Identifying uncomplicated cases: Which cases are appropriate
at my level of education
• Using your coach, consultant, and/or mentor for success

Seminar #2: Analyzing Simulations

Ordering the Appliance: Progressive Aligners vs.
Progressive SmileStream for bracket cases
• Evaluating a Progressive Aligner 3D setup and communicating
with aligner designer when needed
• Learn foundational orthodontic principles from case studies
• What makes one case easy and another case difficult?
• Understand the three planes of treatment: sagittal, vertical, and
transverse—Strategies to achieve a functional occlusion
and esthetic results analyzing the different simulation outputs
• Difference between Class 1, 2, and 3 occlusions
• Understand facial profile (concave, straight, convex) and
how to consider profile in treatment decision
• What is a good orthodontic finish?
• How to identify acceptable simulations to treat vs. cases
needing more education or referral to specialist
• Choosing the preferred tool: Aligners vs. Brackets
• Analyzing the different simulation outputs

Seminar #3: Treating Accepted Cases

• Treating your cases: What to do at each visit, aligner and bracket
protocols, IPR, and attachments
• Detecting treatment issues, revisions, refinements, best
practices, and how to get support when needed
• Finishing your cases, when am I done?
• Retention practices and protocols
• DentalMonitoring—Using AI to limit patient visits to the office,
improve efficiency, productivity, and patient compliance

Hands-On Lab: Experimental Learning

• How to bond and remove brackets
• Learn proper bracket positioning on each tooth
• Use ligature & elastomeric ties to attach brackets to arch wires
• Place open coils and chain to help align teeth
• Bond attachments and buttons for aligners
• Familiarize yourself with instruments used for braces,
aligners, IPR, and fabricating retainers in your office

Schedule date:

  • Orange County, CA - Dr. Harrell
  • Seminar 1: May 4-5, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: July 12-14, 2024
  • Seminar 3**: Sept. 6/7-8, 2024
  • Miami, FL - Instructor TBD
  • Seminar 1: Jun. 8-9, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: Aug. 16-18, 2024
  • Seminar 3**: Oct. 18/19-20, 2024
  • San Jose, CA - Instructor: TBD
  • Seminar 1: Jun. 22-23, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: Sept. 13-15, 2024
  • Seminar 3**: November 1/2-3, 2024
  • Houston, TX - Instructor: TBD
  • Seminar 1: Jul. 27-28, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: Sept. 6-8, 2024
  • Seminar 3**: Oct. 24/26-27, 2024
  • Chicago, IL - Instructor: TBD
  • Seminar 1: Sept. 14-15, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: Oct. 25-27, 2024
  • Seminar 3**: Dec. 6/7-8, 2024
  • New York, NY
  • Seminar 1: Sept. 21-22, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: Nov. 1-3, 2024
  • Seminar 3**: Jan. 24/25-26, 2025
  • Toronto, Canada - Instructor: Dr. Wier
  • Seminar 1: June 1-2, 2024
  • Seminar 2*: August 16-18, 2024
  • Seminar 3*: 25/26-27, 2024

Tuition

  • Selective Orthodontics:
  • POS Family: $2000 for 7 days, $450 optional for the hands on + $1,100 for kit , if needed
  • POS TO or aligners. self studies doctors, $1825: 7 OR 8 days? 7 days +450+1,100(kit) hands on option
  • New doctors, $3200 for 7 days, $1550 for the kit, total $4750
  • $200 if registered 2 months in advance. Does not apply to any discounted tuition ( POS family, TO and Aligner self study)

*Seminar can be attended live or hybrid **Seminar includes and optional, extra day for hands-on learning

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