Module 4

Aligner Therapy

19th – 20th September 2019
Sydney

Program

2 day program, CPD 24 hours

  • History of aligner Therapy
  • Evaluation of different aligner systems
  • What can realistically be achieved with aligner movements, and which cases should utilise fixed braces rather than aligners
  • Difference in biomechanics for aligners and braces
  • Problems with aligners and how to resolve them – tips, tricks and techniques
  • Orthodontic setups for class 2 and class 3 issues
  • Orthodontic setups for deep bites and open bites
  • Management of extraction cases with aligners
  • How to integrate aligner treatment into your practice efficiently and profitably

Lecture by Dr Geoffrey Hall, The OrthoEd Institute.

Following this two day course, the practitioner will understand the different aligner products in the market place and their individual advantages and disadvantages and identify realistic goals of aligner therapy, the eligible patients and the keys to success with this type of therapy. How to treat the various different orthodontic problems including, crowding, spacing, deep bite, open bite, class 2, class 3 and extraction cases. In addition, a full understand of aligner therapy including its biomechanics, tips and tricks, and how to make aligner treatment profitable in their practice.

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Our Testimonials

 

Ever since I have known Geoff he has impressed me with his unwavering passion and dedication to better himself as an Orthodontist with a singular purpose of providing the best of care for his patients. And as a result he has developed unique knowledge, skills and insights into the practice of Orthodontics. These he very eloquently and energetically shares with colleagues in his courses making them fun and professionally very rewarding.
 
 Geoff is “Primus inter pares”…a first amongst equals

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