2021 Virtual IAO Annual Meeting
Join us for the IAO Virtual Annual Meeting
Launches April 22, 2021
IAO’s First Ever Interactive Course
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Have you ever had a problem with growth after treatment?
Skeletal growth following treatment can cause failure of original treatment
Learn How to Avoid Issues Stemming From Skeletal Growth & Reduce the Risk of Having to Retreat
Do you know your patient before starting treatment?
Bolton analysis and Growth analysis need to be considered when starting a case
Learn to take complete records including the Bolton Analysis & Growth Analysis
Speaker Line Up
|Dr. Ralph Nicassio||Treatment of Outrageously Difficult Orthodontic Cases|
|Dr. Lee Willis||Fellow + Diplomate, What’s in it for me?|
|Dr. Stephen Reinhardt||Basics Principals of Clear Aligner Mechanics|
|Dr. Bruce McFarlane||Fixed Orthodontic Adjuncts to Clear Aligner Orthodontics|
|Dr. William Buckley||Interactive Case Finishing Course **New**|
|Dr. Jeffrey Briney||Blending the OSPR: Orthodontic, Surgical, Periodontal & Restorative Treatment Plans|
|Dr. Mark Lowe||Digital Orthodontics-Virtual Consults, Real Results and New Aligner Techniques|
|Dr. Alvin Cardona||New Concepts for the Correct Approach of Orofacial and Craniofacial Pain|
|Dr. JJ Solano||Assessment in Growth Patterns in the 3D CBT and Cephalometric X-Rays|
|Dr. Orlando Torres||Cephalometric Transition From 2D to 3D Description|
|Dr. April Detar||Surgical Exposure of Maxillary Canines|
Lecturer Bios and Course Learning Outcomes
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