Full Face Orthodontics “F2O” Physiologic Orthodontics
- Posted on: Jan 22 2019
Course Type: Orthodontics Curriculum
This orthodontic course is designed to teach epigenetic facial development utilizing orthodontic appliances. By controlling the direction of orofacial growth, dramatic improvements in airway, function and aesthetics are achieved. Conventional retraction orthodontics in nearly all cases is contraindicated with protraction mechanics becoming established as the standard of care for orthodontic treatment. Whereas it was previously thought not possible, patients of any age can benefit from the orthopedic concepts taught in this course.
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|Tuition: $3695 – Doctor||Prerequisites: None|
|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:
- Overcome craniofacial deficiency by harnessing growth and remodeling
- Utilize new cutting edge diagnostic protocols
- Discuss the significant limitations of conventional retractive orthodontic mechanics
- Discuss how jaw surgery, reverse pull facemasks and sagittal appliances all fail to three dimensionally stimulate growth of the nasomaxillary complex
- Discuss what all aspects of a beautiful face look like
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See what others that have taken the course have to say:
Excellent, forward thinking material presented in a passionate, interactive, and organized manner. I will be implementing these disciplines as soon as I return to my practice!
Dr. Nancy Hamilton
The LVI F2O was a great introduction to the understanding facial growth and using this as a physiological basis for treating malocclusion with facial deficiency. David and Tim were extremely knowledgeable and presented the material in a practical and relevant manner. Absolutely fantastic!
Dr. Heba Skaros
This is cutting edge orthodontic knowledge presented in a practical and intelligent way. Thanks to David and Tim for standing with the cases in front of an analytical crowd.
Dr. Fred Calavassy