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Retention Techniques for Invisalign C13.1

Retention Techniques for Invisalign C13.1

Retention Techniques for Invisalign C13.1

Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)
Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)
on behalf of Invisinet

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Launch date: 31 Jul 2015
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Last updated: 26 Jun 2018

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Description

Making sure you have the best possible retention regime brings long term benefits for the patient and your practice, so it’s important not to forget this vital aspect of Invisalign treatment. This short webinar will clarify your thinking on which type of retainer and which retention protocol to choose. It also covers the consent process for retention. (15 minutes)

Why is this training important?

There are many conflicting opinions on the best type of retainer and the most appropriate retention protocol. The real answer is to choose the option that best suits your individual patient. Problems with retention can take the gloss off the fantastic results you will have achieved with Invisalign and will inevitably reduce the number of recommendations you will receive from previous patients. This webinar aims to improve your chances of retaining that great result.

What is it?

The 15 minute webinar reviews the current evidence on retention appliances and protocols. It breaks down the techniques available, providing a clear list of pros and cons for each, to help you decide which the best choice is for your patient. It also describes a useful technique for providing fixed retainers for those who find wire bending a challenge! Finally, it provides some guidance on how to ensure you have clear communication (and therefore good consent) on the patient’s responsibilities for retaining their orthodontic treatment.

Who is it suitable for?

This webinar is designed primarily for the Dentist. However, DNs and TCOs may find it helpful to increase their background knowledge of this aspect of Orthodontics. Completion of the associated workbook will provide the equivalent of 1 hour of verifiable CPD, with a Certificate of Competence available on successful completion of a MCQ.

Objectives

Review literature on retention for orthodontics
Know the different forms of retention available
Know which form of retention would best suit our patient
Know how to properly consent your patient for retention
Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)

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Dr Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK)
on behalf of Invisinet

Dr. Andy Toy MMedSci BDS MFGDP(UK), CEO Invisinet Ltd
Andy qualified from University of Bristol in 1980 and has devoted much of his practicing life to all forms of orthodontic treatment. He has been providing Invisalign treatment since 2007 and has treated many hundreds of patients, achieving Platinum status in 2010. He has a Master’s degree in Clinical Education and is also a UK Clinical Lecturer for Invisalign.

He set up Invisinet Ltd with Jane Walker in July 2013 to help practices provide more Invisalign to a high standard of clinical and customer care. They are working with a network of Invisalign practices to help them grow their Invisalign business - focusing on clinical skills, customer service and business support. All the participating practices have seen a significant increase in the case acceptances as a result of the support.

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