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About the Course
Many GP's are already providing quality orthodontic services in their practices. This advanced, four-session seminar series will focus on differential case diagnosis to better understand which patient conditions will best respond to various treatment options. Attendees will greatly expand the variety of cases they can treat successfully, efficiently, and profitably.
Introducing new treatment plans, variable torque brackets, and techniques that reduce the need for patient compliance will elevate your orthodontic career, and enhance your enjoyment of practicing orthodontics.
The focus of this advanced series is to elevate the skills and knowledge of those already practicing basic orthodontics into a predictable business model, and those practicing advanced orthodontics to the mastery level.
An accurate patient diagnosis can convert a difficult case into a relatively easy one with less case finishing, more predictable results, and shortened treatment times. For example, not all Class II cases will respond to the same treatment.
This course is designed for clinicians already performing orthodontic treatment, but wanting to elevate their quality of case with less patient compliance requires.
The course outlines for this four-session seminar series is:
Dr Ralph Nicassio
Dr. Ralph Nicassio was born in southern California and has a private practice in Norwalk, CA. In 1981, he graduated from the University of Southern California and received his degree from UCLA's Dental School in 1985. Dr. Nicassio began teaching seminars in 1993, focused on orthodontics and prosthodontics. His passion for dentistry has also inspired him to lecture internationally, delivering over 500 days of continuing education. An instructor for over 20 years, Dr. Nicassio has taught many seminars in both a comprehensive two-year series, and an advanced series.
Dr. Nicassio was a guest lecturer at the Japan Adult Orthodontic Conference, and a presenter at the AAO meeting in Chicago, where he discussed molar extractions. He also taught practice management as a guest lecturer for UCLA and for Aeropointe Management. Some special interests have included pioneering techniques in surgically assisted orthodontics. Dr. Nicassio is also a consultant for fellow general dentists all over the world, assisting in complex case diagnosis and treatment planning. He continues to find innovative approaches to make an impact on his patients, as well as fellow dentists, and those who work around him.
Friday, February 24, 2017 - Saturday, August 12, 2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Henry Schein Orange307 W Taft AvenueSuite NOrange, California 92865USA(760) 448-8712
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