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Face to Face 1 - Trouble in Torque Town

Face to Face 1 - Trouble in Torque Town

Face to Face 1 - Trouble in Torque Town

Gerald S. Samson, DDS
Gerald S. Samson, DDS
on behalf of (g)nathos, inc

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Launch date: 13 May 2016

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Last updated: 06 Nov 2017

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Face to Face 1 - Trouble in Torque Town
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The "Face to Face" Orthodontic Finishing Series #1 - Trouble in Torque Town

Presented by Gerald S. Samson, DDS*
Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO)
Fellow of The Amercian College of Dentists (FACD)

20 Minutes Run Time + Quiz
1 ADA CERP CE Credit*
45 Days Viewing Privileges

Includes
“Hands-on” Clinical demonstration mechanics
On-line mechanics quiz

Trouble shooting - an essential skill. During detailing and finishing experienced clinicians discover that it can be both difficult and time consuming to achieve correction of "overtorqued" maxillary anterior teeth. This applies to an upper lateral incisor that's been brought forward into the arch or an upper cuspid that's been aligned out of lingual cross-bite. In either case without correction the final anterior esthetic balance will be unacceptable. In fact, the cause of the problem may be with the straight-wire "pre-adjusted" appliance. Using simple mechanics (nothing new to buy) this 20 minute clinical presentation demonstrates a simple, effective and one step "fix" for this frustrating problem.

Objectives

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How subtractive forces may cause problems with orthodontic finishing including how to solve these issues
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How to create simple additive forces which will help solve these problems
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The use of specific arch wires and ligation for maximum effect
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Accurate treatment times
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Simplified trouble shooting
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Clear, hands-on demonstrations
Gerald S. Samson, DDS

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Gerald S. Samson, DDS
on behalf of (g)nathos, inc

Gerald S. Samson, DDS
Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO)
Fellow of The American College of Dentists (FACD)

Described as an educational entertainer, Gerry Samson completed pediatric dental residency at Emory University in 1979 under the direction of Dr. Ed Hibbard and orthodontics at Northwestern University in 1981 under the direction of Dr. Hal Perry. Since 1981, Gerry has been in private orthodontic practice and is a Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics and a Fellow of The American College of Dentists. In addition to orthodontic private practice, Dr. Samson is an Adjunct Professor at The University of Texas at San Antonio, Associate Professor at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, at Case Western University Department of Orthodontics, and at St. Louis University Department of Orthodontics. He is visiting lecturer for orthodontic post-graduate programs at 8 universities in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China and through out Southeast Asia. In addition, Gerry reviews orthodontic mechanics articles submitted for publication to The Angle Orthodontist. His zany, brainy and engaging methods have made him one of today’s most popular educators. On-line subscribers are certain to enjoy a unique educational, clinical experience that is exceptionally useful and motivating.

*(g)nathos inc is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 0.25 Credits

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