Phoenix Arizona Orthodontic Continued Education Courses

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Why Not Add This High-Value Revenue Stream To Your Practice

Over the past 32 years, over 20,000 dentists have attended my courses and lectures at orthodontic conventions. These dentists, just like you, recognize the significant, positive effect adding orthodontics can make on their net income at the end of the year. Increase Profitability and Income Grow Your Practice Improve the Health of Your Patient Earn Continuing Education Credits

TREAT MORE CASES AND HELP MORE PATIENTS
EXPERIENCE THE SMILES THEY DESERVE

Take that first step to adding this valuable and much desired service to Your Practice!

What Are You Missing Out On?

It’s been estimated that 70% of the children in any practice have some form of malocclusion.

If you have 300 children in your practice, 70% of that would be 210 child patients with malocclusion.

210 children x $5,500 per case = $
0
+ in added revenue!

Hear What Your Colleagues Have to Say

“Challenge old-school techniques, broaden your patient base and refer less!”

Dr. Jacob Justice

“I highly recommend Dr Rondeau’s seminars if you are looking to start orthodontic treatment in your practice.”

Dr. Sahar Fardous

“I can’t imagine a better way to get comfortable, gain confidence and gather resources to begin successful integration of orthodontics into your practice.”

Dr. Daniel Knause DMD, Greenville, SC

“Dr. Rondeau’s course has given me the information and confidence to implement orthodontics in my general dentistry practice!”

Dr. Christina Cox

TREAT MORE CASES AND HELP MORE PATIENTS
EXPERIENCE THE SMILES THEY DESERVE

Take that first step to adding this valuable and much desired service to Your Practice!

I’m certain that you have patients coming in regularly who suffer from low self-esteem, afraid to smile, unwilling to pose for photos with friends and family.

"Why?"

Because when they look in the mirror, they see a smile that doesn’t reflect their true inner beauty.

"Then why not help them?"

That’s why I created my Level I – Introduction to Orthodontics training

— Dr. Brock Rondeau

Dr. Brock Rondeau at a seminar speaking

I’m certain that you have patients coming in regularly who suffer from low self-esteem, afraid to smile, unwilling to pose for photos with friends and family.

"Why?"

Because when they look in the mirror, they see a smile that doesn’t reflect their true inner beauty.

"Then why not help them?"

That’s why I created my Level I – Introduction to Orthodontics training

— Dr. Brock Rondeau

Level I - Intro to Orthodontics | Course Evaluation

What are your overall impressions of the course?

  • This is an excellent course for GP’s to get an introduction to ortho.  I am confident now to begin simple cases.

If there were any course weaknesses, please describe.

  • None.  The support we received with ceph tracing, to bracket placement, to appliance design and usage was exceptional.  I look forward to Level 2

Would you recommend this course to your dental colleagues?

  • Yes, I’ve done clear aligners for years.  This will help take the fear away from more comprehensive ortho.  This is the best course I’ve ever attended which emphasized on early treatment and non-extractive ortho.  I was excited to learn of all the ways to think about improving airways.

Expand Your Dental Treatment Portfolio

The purpose of this comprehensive 4 session, 8-day program is to teach general and pediatric dentists, like you, how to diagnose and treat simple orthodontic cases, using a combination of functional appliances mainly in mixed dentition, and fixed orthodontic braces (straight wire technique) in permanent dentition.

This comprehensive program offers a straightforward, systematic approach to:

Diagnosis

Record-Keeping

Organization &
Marketing

Making it relatively easy for any Doctor to incorporate orthodontics into their general practice.

Dr. Jerry Gildner

Your Phoenix, AZ Instructor

Dr. Jerry Gildner, DDS

25+ years of experience in orthodontics

Dr. Gildner is a general dentist who has been treating patients with functional orthodontics for over 25 years. He is a former clinical instructor at Marquette University School of Dentistry. Today, Dr. Gildner’s practice is focused on airwaycentric, face forward orthodontics, developing arches and improving airways on pediatric patients.

Get to Know Your Instructor

Meet Dr. Jerry Gildner, Expert Instructor with over 25 years of Orthodontic Experience

If you are looking to grow your dental practice into the field of orthodontics, TMJ, and sleep, you may meet long-time expert in the field Dr. Jerry Gildner at Rondeau Seminars. Gildner has been treating patients in the area of orthodontics for over 25 years. He came to Rondeau Seminars as an experienced teacher, and it shows in the classroom—he is a former clinical instructor at Marquette University School of Dentistry. Read on to get to know Dr. Gildner, why he is passionate about adding orthodontics to your dental practice, and how he approaches teaching fellow dentists at Rondeau Seminars.

What is your background?

Since I was a kid, I always wanted to be a dentist because I admired my grandparents’ best friend who as a dentist. When I went to college, I knew I would enjoy working with people and wanted to do something in the medical field, so I chose dentistry. I was doing ortho in my private practice for about 15 years and didn’t seem to have a good system from front door to back door with patients—I didn’t know the best way to take them from diagnosis to treatment to finishing. I took the course to learn the system. The next year, Dr. Rondeau asked me to come on as an instructor.

What is your favorite thing about working in this field?

I like working with children—I like to see kids get better. I like orthodontics in the practice because it completes the entire dental picture. If I have it in my practice, I can take care of TMJ and child pediatric sleep apnea patients. I can work on both aesthetics and function. It helps me complete the entire picture of dentistry.

Do you have any standout individual cases or success stories you’d like to share?

I had a patient that came to me at 6 years old. He wasn’t sleeping, had ADHD, was doing poor in school, and had many behavioral issues. We determined it was an airway and tongue-tie problem. We referred the child to an ENT for tonsil removal, and then we did arch development with the upper and lower arches. Within one year, he was off of all medication and is now a stellar student. This is what happens when you get them sleeping and breathing, and this story repeats itself in my practice every day.

What inspires you in your work?

The fact that I’m making a difference in people’s lives.

What’s your favorite thing about ortho, TMD, and sleep education?

I enjoy sharing my knowledge and dental experiences with young practitioners. This way I know that when I retire, there will be people who continue providing the same quality of services that we are. And I like working with the other dentists—I like being part of big dental groups as a forum to share ideas. I learn from them as much as they learn from me.

How would you describe your teaching style and the classroom experience?

I try to be very interactive. I try to teach by telling a story. I have an objective before I go into the lecture room—the points I want to get across. I try to tell a story as I go through the day showing cases and examples, data and facts that support the story I’m trying to tell. I’ve had a very good response with this way of being interactive with my students.

Who should consider taking Rondeau Seminars?

Anyone who wants to expand their practice toward orthodontics, sleep, TMJ, and total patient health.

What do you hope is the number one take away or outcome from the seminars?

I hope students get a different perspective on what orthodontics can really do to change people’s lives—beyond just straightening teeth.

If you could give one piece of advice to a dentist starting out today, what would it be?

Open your mind beyond what you learn in school.

Tell us more about your interests outside of the office…

I enjoy cycling, golf, and most of all snow skiing. I make it a point to ski with my children every year out west—Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge. We have never missed a year in 20 straight years—I got them started at 3 and 5 and now they are 23 and 25. I also like to travel to scuba dive—my favorite place is St. Lucia—the coral formations at the Pitons are like nothing else I’ve ever seen.

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Are you interested in learning more about Rondeau Seminars? Contact us today we’ll ask you questions about your interests and practice, and tell you more about the courses!

TREAT MORE CASES AND HELP MORE PATIENTS
EXPERIENCE THE SMILES THEY DESERVE

Take that first step to adding this valuable and much desired service to Your Practice!

Orthodontic CE Courses for General Dentists - Phoenix, AZ