Orthodontic Treatment Mechanics - now and in the future

17.03.2018, Istanbul, Turkey

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Speaker

Dr. Bennett, John

Date

17.03.2018

Time range

8:00 am - 17:30 pm

Course number

Target group

Orthodontists

Price

residents (PhD Student): 500,00 TL (plus VAT)
the private practitioner orthodontists and faculty members. (Including VAT): 750,00 TL (plus VAT)

Location

Istanbul

Dear Colleagues,

I look forward to the pleasure of working with you on February 24th. Like all my courses, the day will be clinically based, and will be supported by a range of stage-by-stage treated cases, many of them not seen before in the UK. There will be loads of clinical tips as well as advanced concepts, and the material is planned to be of interest to orthodontists at all levels.
McLaughlin Bennett 5.0 retains the best features of our previous treatment method, developed over the last 25 years, including lacebacks, bendbacks, sliding mechanics and group movement. You will see how the technique delivers improved performance on case after case and this success is built on using superior quality brackets, and precise bracket positioning. Our mechanics work best with accurate tie-wing brackets, and this will be the main focus of the course.
If you are already using our mechanics, you should be producing excellent results in a happy working environment, but there is always room for improvement. If we are not making changes, then we are not making progress!

I will be covering many key clinical topics, and these will include:
• Ten ways to improve patient care
• How to make some difficult cases easier
• Common mistakes and how to avoid them
• A check list for good overbite control, every time
• New mechanics after second premolar extractions
• De-coronation in cases with lower second premolar agenesis
• Advanced concepts in treatment mechanics
• The role of the orthodontist in managing the airway
• Improved finishing using the ‘Progress Review’ concept
• Lots of treated cases
The day will focus on high quality care for today’s patients, but will also look ahead five years. Will their orthodontic needs be different then? What is likely to be the new focus, and what should we be doing now to meet the challenges ahead? Why not take this chance to spend an enjoyable and clinically relevant day with motivated colleagues? You are warmly invited to join us on February 24th to catch up with the latest thinking and to take a look ahead.

Sincerely,
John Bennett The course is planned for a limited group of orthodontists, with ample time for individual questions and discussion. The registration covers all lectures in a high-tech top quality environment, and course handouts. Coffee breaks and a nice buffet lunch are also included, along with a £100 voucher towards the purchase of one copy of ‘Fundamentals of Orthodontic Treatment Mechanics’. Participants will receive a course certificate signed by Dr. Bennett, and the program is eligible for 6 CPD verifiable hours.

Booking request

Course fee (plus VAT)
residents (PhD Student): 500,00 TL
the private practitioner orthodontists and faculty members. (Including VAT): 750,00 TL

Seats available

Booking request

Course fee (plus VAT)
residents (PhD Student): 500,00 TL
the private practitioner orthodontists and faculty members. (Including VAT): 750,00 TL

Seats available

  • Information

    Information

    Speaker

    Dr. Bennett, John

    Date

    17.03.2018

    Time range

    8:00 am - 17:30 pm

    Course number

    Target group

    Orthodontists

    Price

    residents (PhD Student): 500,00 TL (plus VAT)
    the private practitioner orthodontists and faculty members. (Including VAT): 750,00 TL (plus VAT)

    Location

    Istanbul

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    Dear Colleagues,

    I look forward to the pleasure of working with you on February 24th. Like all my courses, the day will be clinically based, and will be supported by a range of stage-by-stage treated cases, many of them not seen before in the UK. There will be loads of clinical tips as well as advanced concepts, and the material is planned to be of interest to orthodontists at all levels.
    McLaughlin Bennett 5.0 retains the best features of our previous treatment method, developed over the last 25 years, including lacebacks, bendbacks, sliding mechanics and group movement. You will see how the technique delivers improved performance on case after case and this success is built on using superior quality brackets, and precise bracket positioning. Our mechanics work best with accurate tie-wing brackets, and this will be the main focus of the course.
    If you are already using our mechanics, you should be producing excellent results in a happy working environment, but there is always room for improvement. If we are not making changes, then we are not making progress!

    I will be covering many key clinical topics, and these will include:
    • Ten ways to improve patient care
    • How to make some difficult cases easier
    • Common mistakes and how to avoid them
    • A check list for good overbite control, every time
    • New mechanics after second premolar extractions
    • De-coronation in cases with lower second premolar agenesis
    • Advanced concepts in treatment mechanics
    • The role of the orthodontist in managing the airway
    • Improved finishing using the ‘Progress Review’ concept
    • Lots of treated cases
    The day will focus on high quality care for today’s patients, but will also look ahead five years. Will their orthodontic needs be different then? What is likely to be the new focus, and what should we be doing now to meet the challenges ahead? Why not take this chance to spend an enjoyable and clinically relevant day with motivated colleagues? You are warmly invited to join us on February 24th to catch up with the latest thinking and to take a look ahead.

    Sincerely,
    John Bennett

    The course is planned for a limited group of orthodontists, with ample time for individual questions and discussion. The registration covers all lectures in a high-tech top quality environment, and course handouts. Coffee breaks and a nice buffet lunch are also included, along with a £100 voucher towards the purchase of one copy of ‘Fundamentals of Orthodontic Treatment Mechanics’. Participants will receive a course certificate signed by Dr. Bennett, and the program is eligible for 6 CPD verifiable hours.