C346 – Sassouni Plus Cephalometric Analysis

Online Course

Instructor: Dr. Richard Beistle This course will include detailed instruction on Sassouni analysis. Also, additional measurements are included which define growth tendencies extremely well. This course will provide an excellent working knowledge of Sassouni as well as key measurements derived from other analyses that can be used to support growth predictions and provide additional essential information not gathered from the Sassouni Archial portion of the analysis. Attendees will be able to trace a headplate using the Sassouni technique and will be able to utilize; the tracings to assist in growth and treatment response predictions. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER – DAY 2



WEBINAR: Class II Correction Prior to Clear Aligner Treatment

On-line

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Mario Chorak Dr. Mario Chorak will demonstrate how correcting Class II malocclusions at the beginning of treatment, when patient compliance levels are at their highest, provides unique efficiencies and results in minimal extractions. Harmonious forces are created with the use of the Motion™ Appliance and Clear Aligner Treatment.  Dr. Chorak will present clinical results showing how this treatment strategy achieves both occlusal and soft tissue solutions and ensures long-term stability and optimal aesthetics. In this Webinar, you will learn: • The efficiencies of the Motion™ Appliance and how it can benefit patientsand provide stable treatment results • Efficiencies of [...]



CA200 – Advancing Clear Aligner Treatment

Online Course

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. David Ostreicher This course will review an exciting new way to treat patients using a faster, easier, and simplified next-generation aligner solution! Discover how to become a high-quality provider using the latest technologies and exceed your patients' expectations with clinical precision and predictability. Attendees will learn how to decrease treatment times and differentiate their practice from direct-to-consumer clear aligner companies. Highly engaging and practical, this program provides standardized protocols to ensure that Clear Aligner treatment is successfully integrated.



D303/3 – USDI Treatment Protocol: 10 Factors for Diagnosis & Treatment Planning

Online Course

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Barry Winnick This course reviews the United States Dental Institute’s principles of mechanics for orthodontic treatment. Each classification of malocclusion is evaluated to determine diagnosis, potential treatment mechanics, and treatment timing. The course is intended to provide an outline for treatment planning and act as a guide to individual patient management.



AC102 – Straight Wire Mechanics: Hands-on Technique – DAY 1

Ayres Hotel Costa Mesa 325 Bristol Street, Costa Mesa, California

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen & Dr. Barry Winnick The Basic Mechanic Series of courses includes hands-on bracket bonding to a typodont and the proper sequence placement of various arch wires. The size and alloy differences between round, rectangular, and square arch wires will be discussed as well as auxiliary attachments and power units. A Class I crowded case will be completed on a wax articulator to mimic real life tooth movement and provide hands-on experience. A hot water bath similar to those used in post-graduate orthodontic programs will be used to simulate tooth movement.



AC102 – Straight Wire Mechanics: Hands-on Technique – DAY 2

Ayres Hotel Costa Mesa 325 Bristol Street, Costa Mesa, California

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen & Dr. Barry Winnick The Basic Mechanic Series of courses includes hands-on bracket bonding to a typodont and the proper sequence placement of various arch wires. The size and alloy differences between round, rectangular, and square arch wires will be discussed as well as auxiliary attachments and power units. A Class I crowded case will be completed on a wax articulator to mimic real life tooth movement and provide hands-on experience. A hot water bath similar to those used in post-graduate orthodontic programs will be used to simulate tooth movement.



INT101 – Introduction to Orthodontics

Online Course

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen & Dr. Barry Winnick This course is for new, prospective USDI members who would like to learn more about Orthodontics and how the USDI can help them grow their practice and become better over-all Clinicians.Learn how the USDI’s Unique Diagnostic System will help you incorporate Orthodontics into your practice in an easy-to-understand step-by-step method. You will be able to compete with Do-It-Yourself Orthodontics and offer your patients a clinically sound alternative to the beautiful smile they have always wanted!!Increase your Practice Revenue (with no added marketing expenses), enhance your Cosmetic Results and become an overall well-rounded Practicing [...]



AC102 – Straight Wire Mechanics: Hands-on Technique – DAY 1

Double Tree San Francisco Airport North 5000 Sierra Point Parkway, Brisbane, California

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen & Dr. Barry Winnick The Basic Mechanic Series of courses includes hands-on bracket bonding to a typodont and the proper sequence placement of various arch wires. The size and alloy differences between round, rectangular, and square arch wires will be discussed as well as auxiliary attachments and power units. A Class I crowded case will be completed on a wax articulator to mimic real life tooth movement and provide hands-on experience. A hot water bath similar to those used in post-graduate orthodontic programs will be used to simulate tooth movement.



AC102 – Straight Wire Mechanics: Hands-on Technique – DAY 2

Double Tree San Francisco Airport North 5000 Sierra Point Parkway, Brisbane, California

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen & Dr. Barry Winnick The Basic Mechanic Series of courses includes hands-on bracket bonding to a typodont and the proper sequence placement of various arch wires. The size and alloy differences between round, rectangular, and square arch wires will be discussed as well as auxiliary attachments and power units. A Class I crowded case will be completed on a wax articulator to mimic real life tooth movement and provide hands-on experience. A hot water bath similar to those used in post-graduate orthodontic programs will be used to simulate tooth movement.



F349 – Advanced Early Orthodontic Treatment

On-line

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Bruce Gallant This course will review previous concepts related to early orthodontic treatment. Emphasis is placed on the management of the more advanced orthopedic/functional appliances. Cephalometric analyses that are useful in orthopedic treatment will also be reviewed. The diagnosis and treatment of TMD in children and young adults will be examined.Upon completion of this course attendees will be able to diagnose and treatment plan, advanced malocclusions that are best resolved with early orthodontic intervention.



AC102 – Straight Wire Mechanics: Hands-on Technique – DAY 1

Chicago Marriott Oak Brook 1401 W 22nd Street, Oak Brook, Illinois

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen / Dr. Barry Winnick The Basic Mechanic Series of courses includes hands-on bracket bonding to a typodont and the proper sequence placement of various arch wires. The size and alloy differences between round, rectangular, and square arch wires will be discussed as well as auxiliary attachments and power units. A Class I crowded case will be completed on a wax articulator to mimic real life tooth movement and provide hands-on experience. A hot water bath similar to those used in post-graduate orthodontic programs will be used to simulate tooth movement.



AC102 – Straight Wire Mechanics: Hands-on Technique – DAY 2

Chicago Marriott Oak Brook 1401 W 22nd Street, Oak Brook, Illinois

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Jim Prittinen / Dr. Barry Winnick The Basic Mechanic Series of courses includes hands-on bracket bonding to a typodont and the proper sequence placement of various arch wires. The size and alloy differences between round, rectangular, and square arch wires will be discussed as well as auxiliary attachments and power units. A Class I crowded case will be completed on a wax articulator to mimic real life tooth movement and provide hands-on experience. A hot water bath similar to those used in post-graduate orthodontic programs will be used to simulate tooth movement.