The Aligner Bundle
Following this three day course of the OrthoED Essential Aligner Module, the practitioner wil understand the basics of orthodontic diagnosis and how this relates to aligner therapy.
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 with various different orthodontic problem including crowding, spacing, deep bite, open bite, class 2, class 3 and extraction cases.
In addition, a full understanding of aligner therapy including its biomechanics, tips and tricks, and how to make aligner treatment profitable in their practice will be discussed.
At the conclusion of this course the dentist will be able to provide high quality aligner outomes for theirpatient predictably ,efficiently and profitably
The Advanced Aligner module of 2 days is designed to extend the knowledge of practitioners who have been providing patients with Aligner Therapy and understand the biomechanics and principles behind it.
Following this 2 day module, participants will have even a greater understanding of how to prevent unwanted side effects and treat more difficult and challenging aligner cases with greater confidence.
The participant will have an understanding of when to utilise aligner treatment in conjunction with fixed appliances and the benefits of these hybrid systems. There will be a detailed discussion on the use of auxiliary products, providing solutions to the more difficult tooth movements along with advanced biomechanics.
As aligner therapy is not just for teens and adults, participants will be aware of how to treat Early Treatment cases too. With greater patient awarenes of DIY Aligner Therapy options, participants will have a clear understanding of their pros and cons in order to advise and educate patients accordingly.
Drs will gain confidence in optimising aligner treatment plans and problem solving through theextended group discussions, diagnosing and treatment planning cases live. Drs will also have the opportunity to present their cases live for this component.
Prior to each module, course participants are required to complete pre-module study, including online viewing of instructional videos and completion of the course materials reading list. Training modules are delivered over two to three day blocks, with the practical component comprising of a half or full day of the total lecture block. Some modules include post course homework and participants will receive resource material following each module.