Expanding Your Practice with Orthodontics

Predoctoral dental education usually excludes orthodontics. Adding orthodontic treatment to a typical general practice adds variety, excitement, more staff involvement, patient satisfaction, and increased revenue. David Wright, a successful general practitioner who has 20 years of orthodontic experience, shows you how adding orthodontic treatment can grow your general or pediatric practice.

Learning objectives include:

  • Developing the skills to identify which cases are best for your practice, and which cases are best to refer.
  • Diagnosis and treatment planning for orthodontic treatment.
  • Early treatment and adult pre-prosthetic treatment (such as the orthodontic eruption of a single tooth).
  • Successful clear aligner therapy.
  • Simple straight-wire orthodontics.

Instructors

  • David A. Wright, Gordon J. Christensen

    • Provo, UT

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  • Gordon J. Christensen - Practical Clinical Courses

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