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203.01 COURSE New Patient Orthodontic Exam - Part 1-Interview and History

203.01 COURSE New Patient Orthodontic Exam - Part 1-Interview and History

203.01 COURSE New Patient Orthodontic Exam - Part 1-Interview and History

Rebecca Poling DDS, MSD
Rebecca Poling DDS, MSD
on behalf of International Training Institute

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Launch date: 15 Jul 2016

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Last updated: 20 Nov 2017

Reference: 163703

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This course is separated into 5 Parts plus 5 exams,

Note:You must complete the exam unit of each course to claim the CE credit
*1. 203.01 Part 1-Interview and History (PLUS AN EXAM UNIT)
2. 203.02 Part 2-Radiographic Exam (PLUS AN EXAM UNIT)
3. 203.03 Part 3-Facial, Smile, and Profile Exam (PLUS AN EXAM UNIT)
4. 203.04 Part 4-Habits, TMJ, and Periodontal Evaluation (PLUS AN EXAM UNIT)
5. 203.05 Part 5-Occlusal Relationships Exam (PLUS AN EXAM UNIT)
It demonstrates how the dental professional should orthodontically examine a new patient who is interested in Invisalign treatment for orthodontic tooth movement. After learning how to orthodontically examine a patient the dental professional will be able to determine if the patient can benefit from Invisalign therapy and if the patient is one the dentist should treat or one the dentist should refer to an orthodontic specialist.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
Objective 1
Review with your patient general patient information that is relevant to orthodontic treatment
Objective 2
Examine your patient’s panoramic radiograph, facial features and skeletal bone structure, smile, profile, TMJ, oral hygiene, periodontal biotype and health, occlusion in all planes of space, dental habits, and special dental features that impact orthodontic tooth movement.
Objective 3
Develop a general idea about the treatment needs of your patient and case difficulty so that you will know when to observe the patient, treat the patient yourself, or refer the patient to a specialist.
Rebecca Poling DDS, MSD

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Rebecca Poling DDS, MSD
on behalf of International Training Institute

Dr. Poling is full time faculty at New York University College of Dentistry, Department of Orthodontics. She currently teaches Invisalign™ to dental students and orthodontic residents. She is also the Director of the Predoctoral Invisalign™ Clinic where she teaches dental students how to deliver Invisalign™ orthodontic treatment to patients. She is a Board-certified orthodontist and had a private practice for many years. Dr. Poling was trained in dentistry and orthodontics at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, in the United States.

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