Dr. Tom Barron | June 2, 2017 | Pittsburgh, PA

How Maximum Utilization of Passive Self-Ligation Can Make a Significant Difference in the Treatment Outcomes in Your Practice

  • Can Passive Self-Ligation Really Make a Significant Difference in Treatment Outcomes or is it just sales and marketing hype?
  • If it can make a difference, what are the implications for my practice and how can I communicate this difference to my patients and referral base?
  • I’ve heard that it is too difficult to finish with PSL, is this true?
  • Is this a dogmatic, non-extractionist approach that will procline teeth off the apical base?
  • Is it worth the learning curve for me and my clinical staff and the extra expense for the brackets and wires?
  • How can I improve and maximize my current utilization of PSL therapy?

These are common questions that most PSL practitioners, and those contemplating PSL have asked themselves regarding this treatment approach. Dr. Barron will present 14 years of clinical evidence from his practice and a decade of teaching as well as a review of the scientific literature that will answer these questions and more. Clinical case studies will be used to explore the anterior limit of non-extraction, to illustrate PSL treatment protocols, and to discuss important diagnostic considerations that will help you implement and maximize PSL Therapy in your practice.



Tuition & Accreditation

Tuition*
   
Doctor/Staff/Resident   $199
  (299 OLR Points)

*Course materials and listed meals are included in tuition. 

CE: 6 Credits

Payment Methods:

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North American customers, ask your Ormco representative how you can redeem points for tuition as an Ormco Lifetime Rewards member.

Accreditation

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Ormco Corporation is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental educations. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Ormco Corporation designates 6 continuing education credits for this course.

   


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