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The Agnini Orthodontic Series provides General and Pediatric Dentists with both the orthodontic skills to enhance the quality of care they provide, and the tools to leverage those skills to grow their practice. This course series is specifically designed for the doctor who may have aligner experience but would like to get started with fixed appliances as an alternative.. It is also a good review of the basic fundamentals for those with minimal experience with fixed appliances. Performing orthodontic treatment since 1984, Dr. Agnini will explore the unique journey and take-away of a general dentist who spent decades discovering what he will share with you in these condensed and enlightening courses. From identifying opportunities for treatment, to gaining comfort with cases that would have been referrals in the past, each of the three sessions offers specific instructions on the when, why and how to become a more thorough and successful practitioner through simplified orthodontic diagnostics, treatment planning and case management.

Session I: February 10-11, 2017

Introduction to Orthodontics:  Basic Principles and How to Get Started

(Provides a solid foundation for those that want to get started, and a review for the clinicians with limited to moderate experience)

  • The Economics of Orthodontics – What’s the bottom line?
  • History and Philosophies
  • Basic Principles and the Advantages of Passive Self-Ligation
  • Fixed Appliances vs. Clear Aligners — The Role of Each
  • Limited Orthodontic Treatment — Selective Utilization That Drives Results
  • Required Equipment and Next Steps
  • Orthodontic/TMJ Records
  • Keys to Starting Your First Comprehensive Case
  • Bracket Selection, Positioning and Bonding

Session II: May 12-13, 2017

Diagnosis, Cephalometrics, Biomechanics and Treatment Planning

  • Brief Review of Course 1 — Case Presentations and Q&A
  • Diagnostic and Predictive Fundamentals
  • Biomechanic Principles
  • Cephalometrics and Analyses
  • Treatment Planning
  • Functional Appliances
  • Fixed Appliances
  • Staff Hands-on Training

Session III: Aug 18-19, 2017 

Clinical Considerations including Airway, TMJ, Detailing and Finishing

  • Brief Review of Course 2 — Case Presentations and Q&A
  • Staff Hands-on Training
  • Airway — Conditions, Symptoms, Anatomy and Treatment
  • TMJ – Airway/Occlusion Connection
  • Impacted Canine Management
  • Finishing and Detailing for Beautiful Smiles
  • Retention

Session Agenda Overview

Friday

Registration & Breakfast  7:00am-8:00am

Lecture                             8:00am-12-00pm

Lunch                               12:00pm-1:30pm

Lecture                             1:30pm-5:30pm

Saturday

Breakfast                          7:00am-8:00am

Lecture                             8:00pm-1:30pm 


Event Venue

Agnini Family Dental

1805 Lakeland Hills Blvd

Lakeland, FL 33805

Phone: 863.682.1500

www.agninidental.com


Tuition & Fees

Doctor Tuition

All Session Registration  - $1,150 (Discounted rate effective until Dec. 31)

Early Bird Individual Session Tuition - $499 (Effective up to 2 months prior to session start date)

Individual Session Tuition - $599

Staff Tuition

Free - Doctors are encouraged to bring clinical staff to participate in Sessions II and III


CE Credits & Accreditation

12 CE Credits Per Session

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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 each Session in the Agnini Orthodontic Series  for 12 continuing education credits.

 


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