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

Submit Your Question on Case Trouble Shooting/Finishing

  • Do you have questions about Skeletal Growth? What about Bolton Analysis or Growth Analysis. You can submit it here and Dr. Buckley may review this question in his lecture “Case Troubleshooting/Finishing”
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Speaker Line Up

Dr. Ralph NicassioTreatment of Outrageously Difficult Orthodontic Cases
Dr. Lee Willis Fellow + Diplomate, What’s in it for me?
Dr. Stephane ReinhardtBasics Principals of Clear Aligner Mechanics
Dr. Bruce McFarlaneFixed Orthodontic Adjuncts to Clear Aligner Orthodontics
Dr. William BuckleyInteractive Case Finishing Course **New**
Dr. Jeffrey BrineyBlending the OSPR: Orthodontic, Surgical, Periodontal & Restorative Treatment Plans
Dr. Mark LoweDigital Orthodontics-Virtual Consults, Real Results and New Aligner Techniques
Dr. Alvin CardonaNew Concepts for the Correct Approach of Orofacial and Craniofacial Pain
Dr. JJ SolanoAssessment in Growth Patterns in the 3D CBT and Cephalometric X-Rays
Dr. Orlando TorresCephalometric Transition From 2D to 3D Description 
Dr. April DetarSurgical Exposure of Maxillary Canines
Dr. Brock RondeauAirway Focused Orthodontics for Children
Dr. Thaer HamidDouble Slot Treatment Options

Lecturer Bios and Course Learning Outcomes

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