The participants will have acquired enough skill, expertise and confidence to start practicing Orthodontics at their own clinics.
Participants will be working on live patients from the first module itself which is of 4 days.
The consecutive five modules will comprise of two one-day sessions each and the 15th day will be certification.
During the course, the participants will be guided with regards to case diagnosis and forming of appropriate treatment plans.
The goal is to discuss, explore, and remedy problems; to establish a doubt-free understanding.
Also an important piece of wisdom imparted, is the wisdom to know which cases to undertake and which ones to refer to a more experienced orthodontist.
The course includes training, as well as guidance for the participants even after the course is completed.
Understanding how to maximize the desired tooth movement and minimize side effects. Control of the occlusal plane during orthodontic mechanotherapy should be an integral part of every clinician's treatment plan.
Learning to use inter-arch elastics and achieve optimal results for long term stability.
Introduction to the theory and management of retention, fixed and removable after the completion of orthodontic treatment.
Working on typodonts to gain in-depth understanding of how the actual bonding of orthodontic brackets and use of measuring gauges work. And a short discourse on the theory and methodology of banding and bonding of orthodontic attachments; along with separation and molar banding techniques.
Practical knowledge on what slip-ups can be circumvented.
Techniques to resolve, mild to moderate crowding, or proclination of the adult dentition, without resorting to extractions.
Lecture on the theory and management of the true skeletal Class III malocclusion cases.
Understanding the usage of bonded forms of retention when conventional retention is inadequate.
Planning and methods of surgical uncovering of impactions and moving them in alignment.
Understanding theory and appliance design of a fixed lingual appliance, along with a discussion on treatment planning and reviewing of cases.
Taking a closer look on how a simple force may cause tipping and/or rotation of the tooth upon which it acts.
Understanding the true potential of Myo-functional appliances to correct, poor mandibular posture that causes malocclusion, and improve facial Live patient aesthetics in pre-teen cases.
Introduction on the theory and application of expansion of the maxillary arch. And understanding the design and usage of various styles of expanders - slow and rapid, fixed and removable.
Understanding the technique of Indirect Bonding, which allows all braces to be placed in a precise simultaneous manner; first on the cast and then transferred onto the patient’s oral cavity.
A demonstration on the clinical use of micro implants, in the new biomechanics of orthodontic treatment for anchorage, followed by a hands-on session on suitable models.
Understanding the dynamics of treatment plans for a holistic inter-disciplinary approach in orthodontics.