Physiologic Guided Orthodontics and Case Finishing
- Posted on: Feb 2 2021
Course Type: Orthodontics Curriculum
This orthodontic course addresses the transition from remodeling appliance to Physiologic Guided orthodontics to complete a case after appropriate facial orthopedics has been completed. Prerequisites for this course are Full Face Orthodontics “F20” Physiologic Orthodontics and Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders and Myofunctional Therapy (OMD). Topics included are: Physiologic Guided Orthodontics philosophy and comparisons to conventional orthodontic mechanics, Physiologic Guided Orthodontics brackets placement, wires and mechanics, remodeling appliance review and troubleshooting, and tongue habit appliances. Hands-on exercises include Physiologic Guided Orthodontics mechanics, physiologic appliances, molar pads placement and management. There will be a treatment sequence overview from the records appointment through case finishing. Doctors and team are encouraged to attend this course together and it is suggested to bring cases from their own practices for group participation of diagnosis and treatment planning.
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|Tuition: $3695 – Doctor||Prerequisites: Full Face Orthodontics “F20” Physiologic Orthodontics and Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMD) and Myofunctional Therapy|
|Team Tuition: $795||CE Credits: 19|
|AGD Codes: 370||Length of Course: 2.5 days|
|Campus LVI Main Campus|
The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:
- Transition from remodeling appliances to Physiologic Guided Orthodontics and finishing mechanics to finish cases orthodontically.
- Utilize auxiliary appliances to control tongue habits and manage excessive crowding in the mixed dentition.
- Utilize fixed Physiologic Orthotics for the management of Orthodontic TMD patients.
Thursday, August 5, 2021 to Saturday, August 7, 2021
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See what others that have taken the course have to say:
I’ve been doing ortho for many years using the “conventional” techniques and concepts (and NM principles) and have had many struggles to properly finish some cases- this course provides me with the answers that I need!
Dr. Jon Feist
Anyone treating TMD must think of this course as essential even if you don’t intend to do ortho. And then you will go back and start doing ortho! My new assistant was sitting at dinner and said “I used to understand a little bit about how ortho works from past experience and training but now I got this. It’s opened doors!”
Dr. Chad Boger