2021 Annual Meeting in Puerto Rico
Join us April 21-25, 2021 in San Juan, PR for our Annual Meeting
More information coming soon.
|Thursday||Dr. Ralph Nicassio||8:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-5:00pm||Treatment of Outrageously Difficult Orthodontic Cases|
|Dr. Lee Willis & Mr. Nelson Mark||7:00pm-9:00pm||Fellow + Diplomate, What’s in it for me?|
|Friday||Dr. Ray Becker||8:00am-12:00pm||Practical Implementation of the Latest Digital Technologies|
|Dr. Bruce McFarland||8:00am-12:00pm||Fixed Orthodontic Adjuncts to Clear Aligner Orthodontics|
|Dr. William Buckley||2:00pm-5:00pm||Interactive Case Finishing Course **New**|
|Dr. Jeffrey Briney||2:00pm-5:00pm||Blending the OSPR: Orthodontic, Surgical, Periodontal & Restorative Treatment Plans|
|Saturday||Dr. Mark Lowe||8:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm – 5:00pm||Digital Orthodontics-Virtual Consults, Real Results and New Aligner Techniques|
|*Spanish Track||Dr. Alvin Cardona||8:00am-10:00am||New Concepts for the Correct Approach of Orofacial and Craniofacial Pain|
|*Spanish Track||Dr. JJ Solano||10:15am-12:00pm||Assessment in Growth Patterns in the 3D CBT and Cephalometric X-Rays|
|*Spanish Track||Dr. Orlando Torres||2:00pm-5:00pm||Cephalometric Transition From 2D to 3D Description|
|Sunday||Dr. April Detar||8:00am-12:00pm||Surgical Exposure of Maxillary Canines|
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ADA CERP Information
The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by ADA for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 01/2019 – 12/2020.
Doctors are cautioned against the use of limited knowledge when incorporating techniques and procedures into their practices, especially when a session has not provided them with the necessary supervised clinical experience in the technique or procedure to ensure that they have attained competence.