LEVEL 1 – INTRO TO ORTHODONTICS

Course Objectives

The purpose of this comprehensive 4 session, 8 day program is to teach general and pediatric dentists how to diagnose and treat simple orthodontic cases. Emphasis will be placed on thorough records and diagnosis. Treatment will involve using a combination of functional appliances mainly in mixed dentition and fixed orthodontic braces (straight wire technique) in permanent dentition. Dr. Rondeau’s systematic approach, organization and marketing tips make incorporating orthodontics into the general practice relatively easy.

Session 1

Early Treatment Mixed Dentition, Functional Appliances, Records, Cephalometrics

Philosophy of Orthopedic Orthodontic-TMJ

  • Treatment Diagnostic
  • Records Treatment
  • Chart Study Models
  • Cephalometric Film
  • Panorex
  • Digital Photos
  • Transcranial X-rays
  • TMJ History
  • TMJ Exam
  • Perio Exam
  • JVA (Joint Vibration Analysis)

Cephalometrics as a Diagnostic Tool Introduction to Cephalometrics

  • Landmarks
  • Ceph Equipment Available
  • Important Points, Angles, Planes
  • Airways

Habit Breaking Appliances

  • Removable Schwarz™ with Crib
  • Fixed MX Banded Hyrax with Crib

Removable Maxillary Expansion Appliances Schwarz™ Appliance

  • Posterior Crossbites
  • Single Tooth Anterior Crossbites

Removable Molar Distalization Appliance

  • Posterior Sagittal

Removable Mandibular Expansion Appliances

  • Schwartz™

Fixed Expansion Appliance

  • Transforce Transverse

Practice Management

  • Initial Visit
  • Records Appointment
  • Consultation Appointment
  • Financial Agreement
  • Submission of Insurance Claims
  • Informed Consent
  • Fees for Phase I Orthopedics

 

Session #1 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Sharp Pencils and Erasers
  • Ruler
  • Cephalometric Protractor

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session 2

Introduction to Straight Wire Appliances

  • Treatment Objectives
  • Six Keys to Occlusion

Four Stages of Modified Indications and Properties of Various Archwires

  • .014 & .018 Nitanium®
  • .019 x .025 Variable Force 3
  • .019 x .025 Multi Braid
  • .019 x .025 CNA Beta Titanium

Sectional Archwires

  • .014 and .016 Stainless Steel
  • Lab Exercises

Tying

  • Stainless Steel
  • SAFE-T-TIES

Separators

  • Elastometric
  • Brass

Elastics

  • Different Types
  • Clinical Indications

Open and Closed Coils

Power Chain

  • Close Anterior Spaces
  • Close Posterior Spaces

Rocking Chair Curves Lab Exercises

Class II Malocclusions

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment Planning
  • Mechanics

Functional (Orthopedic) Appliances

  • Rick-A-Nator (Deep Overbite)
  • Twin Block & Twin Block II (Mandibular Advancement)

Advanced Cephalometrics

Bracketing Technique

Banding of Molars

Hands-On Placement of Orthodontic Brackets and Wires on Typodonts

Session #2 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Bonding Kit (includes brackets and typodont)
  • Light Wire Pliers – Groove Tip
  • Hard Wire Cutter
  • Mini Pin and Ligature Cutter
  • Ligature Ties, K-Hooks, Power Chain
  • S.S. Ligature Tie, .010 round wire
  • Mosquito Forceps – Hook Tip
  • Mosquito Forceps – Narrow Tip
  • .014 S.S. Archwire 14” length
  • .016 S.S. Archwire 14” length
  • Double-ended Ligature Director

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session 3

Importance of TMJ in Orthodontics

  • TMJ History Form
  • TMJ Examination
  • Range of Motion
  • Hands-On Palpation of TMJ Muscles by Course Participants

Anterior Sagittal

  • Indications, Adjustments

Class III Malocclusion

  • Non-Surgical Treatment
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment Planning
  • Mechanics

Airways

  • How Naso-Respiratory Functions Can Affect Craniofacial Growth
  • Role of Mouth Breathing in Causing Malocclusions

Transcranial X-rays vs. Tomograms Utility Arches

  • Torque and Intrude Incisors
  • Lab Exercises

Different Types of Splints

  • Daytime Repositioning Splints
  • Nighttime Splints to Prevent Bruxing

Tandem Appliance

  • Class III Skeletal Malocclusion in Mixed Dentition
  • Retrognathic Maxilla
  • Normal Mandible

Joint Vibration Analysis

  • Soft Tissue Evaluation of Internal Derangements (Disc Displacement)

Rocking Chair Curves Lab Exercises

Anatomy of the Temporomandibular Joint

Phase I: Splint Therapy (4 months)

Phase II: Orthodontic Case

Carriere Motion Appliance

Myobrace

Finishing(12-24 months)

SESSION #3 & 4
Case Diagnosis Course Participants
Friday evening, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Session #3 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Typodont with brackets
  • .016 x .016 Stainless Steel Archwries (ProForm)
  • #140 Bird Beak Pliers
  • Hard Wire Cutter
  • Arch Contouring Pliers
  • Exam Gloves
  • 201-314 Utility Arch Pliers

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session 4

Fixed Molar Distalization Appliances

  • Self activating Nickel Titanium coil springs

Non-Surgical Treatment

  • Open Bite Cases

How to Diagnose Vertical Problems

  • How to Control Vertical Problems

Clear Braces

  • Advantages
  • Technique

Indications for Extraction of Second Molars

MARA Appliance

  • Fixed Mandibular Anterior
  • Repositioning Appliance

Air Rotor Stripping

Eruption of Impacted Cuspids

Case Finishing

Practice Management

  • Two Phase Orthodontic Brochures
  • Patient Photos
  • Office Logo
  • Internet
  • TV Reception Room Patient Education

Practice Website

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Fixed Functional Appliances

  • Self-Adjusting Nickel Titanium Coil Springs

Clear Aligners

  • Straighten Teeth Without Braces

Retention

  • QCM Clear Retainer
  • Lingual Bonded Retainer
  • Tooth Positioners

SESSION #3 & 4
Case Diagnosis Course Participants
Friday evening, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

Session #4 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Step-up, Step-down Pliers
  • 019 x .025 Multi Braid Wires

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session #1

Session 1

Early Treatment Mixed Dentition, Functional Appliances, Records, Cephalometrics

Philosophy of Orthopedic Orthodontic-TMJ

  • Treatment Diagnostic
  • Records Treatment
  • Chart Study Models
  • Cephalometric Film
  • Panorex
  • Digital Photos
  • Transcranial X-rays
  • TMJ History
  • TMJ Exam
  • Perio Exam
  • JVA (Joint Vibration Analysis)

Cephalometrics as a Diagnostic Tool Introduction to Cephalometrics

  • Landmarks
  • Ceph Equipment Available
  • Important Points, Angles, Planes
  • Airways

Habit Breaking Appliances

  • Removable Schwarz™ with Crib
  • Fixed MX Banded Hyrax with Crib

Removable Maxillary Expansion Appliances Schwarz™ Appliance

  • Posterior Crossbites
  • Single Tooth Anterior Crossbites

Removable Molar Distalization Appliance

  • Posterior Sagittal

Removable Mandibular Expansion Appliances

  • Schwartz™

Fixed Expansion Appliance

  • Transforce Transverse

Practice Management

  • Initial Visit
  • Records Appointment
  • Consultation Appointment
  • Financial Agreement
  • Submission of Insurance Claims
  • Informed Consent
  • Fees for Phase I Orthopedics

 

Session #1 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Sharp Pencils and Erasers
  • Ruler
  • Cephalometric Protractor

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session #2

Session 2

Introduction to Straight Wire Appliances

  • Treatment Objectives
  • Six Keys to Occlusion

Four Stages of Modified Indications and Properties of Various Archwires

  • .014 & .018 Nitanium®
  • .019 x .025 Variable Force 3
  • .019 x .025 Multi Braid
  • .019 x .025 CNA Beta Titanium

Sectional Archwires

  • .014 and .016 Stainless Steel
  • Lab Exercises

Tying

  • Stainless Steel
  • SAFE-T-TIES

Separators

  • Elastometric
  • Brass

Elastics

  • Different Types
  • Clinical Indications

Open and Closed Coils

Power Chain

  • Close Anterior Spaces
  • Close Posterior Spaces

Rocking Chair Curves Lab Exercises

Class II Malocclusions

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment Planning
  • Mechanics

Functional (Orthopedic) Appliances

  • Rick-A-Nator (Deep Overbite)
  • Twin Block & Twin Block II (Mandibular Advancement)

Advanced Cephalometrics

Bracketing Technique

Banding of Molars

Hands-On Placement of Orthodontic Brackets and Wires on Typodonts

Session #2 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Bonding Kit (includes brackets and typodont)
  • Light Wire Pliers – Groove Tip
  • Hard Wire Cutter
  • Mini Pin and Ligature Cutter
  • Ligature Ties, K-Hooks, Power Chain
  • S.S. Ligature Tie, .010 round wire
  • Mosquito Forceps – Hook Tip
  • Mosquito Forceps – Narrow Tip
  • .014 S.S. Archwire 14” length
  • .016 S.S. Archwire 14” length
  • Double-ended Ligature Director

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session #3

Session 3

Importance of TMJ in Orthodontics

  • TMJ History Form
  • TMJ Examination
  • Range of Motion
  • Hands-On Palpation of TMJ Muscles by Course Participants

Anterior Sagittal

  • Indications, Adjustments

Class III Malocclusion

  • Non-Surgical Treatment
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment Planning
  • Mechanics

Airways

  • How Naso-Respiratory Functions Can Affect Craniofacial Growth
  • Role of Mouth Breathing in Causing Malocclusions

Transcranial X-rays vs. Tomograms Utility Arches

  • Torque and Intrude Incisors
  • Lab Exercises

Different Types of Splints

  • Daytime Repositioning Splints
  • Nighttime Splints to Prevent Bruxing

Tandem Appliance

  • Class III Skeletal Malocclusion in Mixed Dentition
  • Retrognathic Maxilla
  • Normal Mandible

Joint Vibration Analysis

  • Soft Tissue Evaluation of Internal Derangements (Disc Displacement)

Rocking Chair Curves Lab Exercises

Anatomy of the Temporomandibular Joint

Phase I: Splint Therapy (4 months)

Phase II: Orthodontic Case

Carriere Motion Appliance

Myobrace

Finishing(12-24 months)

SESSION #3 & 4
Case Diagnosis Course Participants
Friday evening, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Session #3 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Typodont with brackets
  • .016 x .016 Stainless Steel Archwries (ProForm)
  • #140 Bird Beak Pliers
  • Hard Wire Cutter
  • Arch Contouring Pliers
  • Exam Gloves
  • 201-314 Utility Arch Pliers

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Session #4

Session 4

Fixed Molar Distalization Appliances

  • Self activating Nickel Titanium coil springs

Non-Surgical Treatment

  • Open Bite Cases

How to Diagnose Vertical Problems

  • How to Control Vertical Problems

Clear Braces

  • Advantages
  • Technique

Indications for Extraction of Second Molars

MARA Appliance

  • Fixed Mandibular Anterior
  • Repositioning Appliance

Air Rotor Stripping

Eruption of Impacted Cuspids

Case Finishing

Practice Management

  • Two Phase Orthodontic Brochures
  • Patient Photos
  • Office Logo
  • Internet
  • TV Reception Room Patient Education

Practice Website

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Fixed Functional Appliances

  • Self-Adjusting Nickel Titanium Coil Springs

Clear Aligners

  • Straighten Teeth Without Braces

Retention

  • QCM Clear Retainer
  • Lingual Bonded Retainer
  • Tooth Positioners

SESSION #3 & 4
Case Diagnosis Course Participants
Friday evening, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

Session #4 Supply List

For this session, you will need the following supplies:

  • Step-up, Step-down Pliers
  • 019 x .025 Multi Braid Wires

The orthodontics supply company, Ortho Organizers in the USA and Cerum Ortho Organizers in Canada, have put together a special kit of all the supplies you will need to complete the 12 lab exercises during the 4 session course. Please purchase this kit prior to the course and bring the supplies with you so you will be able to participate. In order to receive a certificate at the end of the course, you must complete all 12 lab exercises and join the International Association for Orthodontics. IAO applications will be available at the course. Canadian citizens, please call Cerum Ortho Organizers at 1-800-661-9567 and ask for Chris or Anika, and for US citizens, please call Ortho Organizers at 1-888-851-0533 regarding your orthodontic supply needs including ceph protractors. The orthodontic supply company will bill you for these supplies.

Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY OF ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT

70% of children by age 12 have a malocclusion. Since malocclusions worsen over time it is advisable to treat as early as possible in order to minimize the problem and the overall cost. Since 90% of the face is developed by age 12, if you want to guide the growth of your younger patients you must treat early. Functional appliances have been utilized for years to help to treat the following problems:

  • Constricted upper & lower arches (Schwarz, Hyrax, Transforce Transverse)
  • Posterior crossbites unilateral and bilateral (Schwarz, Hyrax)
  • Anterior crossbites (Anterior Sagittal, Transforce Sagittal)
  • Underdeveloped lower jaw (Twin Block, MARA)
  • Underdeveloped upper jaw (Tandem Appliance)
  • Tongue thrusting problem (Hyrax with tongue crib)
  • Thumbsucking problem (Hyrax with thumb crib)
  • Straight Wire to straighten the front teeth
  • Bruxism (Composite buildups)
  • Snoring & sleep apnea (removal of tonsils and adenoids)
  • TM Dysfunction
  • Airway obstruction, nasal, oral and hypopharyngeal
  • Deep overbite (Rick-A-Nator, Twin Block II)

The trend today is the utilization of fixed-functional appliances. These appliances have self-activating nickel titanium coil springs which can advance anterior teeth, expand arches or distilize molars. Clinicians now have the ability to have total control with no cooperation problems when they utilize these fixed- functional appliances.

Dr. Rondeau has been actively offering orthodontic services to children for the past 35 years. He has treated over 30,000 patients and has taken photos of every patient every month. He will show numerous cases from start to finish on how functional appliances can help prevent the need for the extraction of permanent teeth as well as the need for orthognathic surgery. Parents and patients alike prefer non-extraction and non-surgical treatment and will seek out clinicians who share this philosophy.

TWO PHASE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT

Phase One (Mixed Dentition) Age 4-11

Functional Appliances
Straighten front teeth
Correct habits

Phase Two (Permanent Dentition) Age 12-14

Straight Wire, fixed orthodontics

Mothers prefer Two Phase Orthodontics as it often substantially reduces the orthodontic fee and also involves less total time in fixed braces.

The benefits of arch development help encourage nasal breathing, make more room for all the permanent teeth and creates a broad smile. The expanded maxillary arch allows the mandible to come forward which corrects the Class II Skeletal problem, improves the health of the TMJ and increases the size of the airway behind the tongue. This helps eliminate snoring and sleep apnea.

Patients treated with a functional philosophy are healthier and have an improved appearance compared to patients treated with extractions and surgery. Surely that should be the ultimate goal of all practitioners who treat children.

Benefits

INCREASED INCOME

If you add orthodontics to your practice, your income will increase significantly. It has been estimated that 70% of the children in your practice have some form of malocclusion. If you have 300 children in your practice;

70% x 300 children = 210 children with malocclusion

210 x $5,500 per case = $1,155,000

The great thing about offering orthodontics in your practice is that you do not have to do any external marketing, the patients are already there. The other important factor is that all parents want what is best for their children. They want orthodontics and will therefore pay for it. One of the top practice management consultants in the word, Howard Farran, said, “When was the last time a mother asked for a 3-unit bridge? They ask about their child’s crooked teeth on a daily basis.”

The Benefits of Functional Philosophy

  • Functional Appliances
  • Non-Extraction
  • Functional Jaw Repositioning Appliances
  • Advance Mandible
  • Full Maxillary Lip
  • Wide Arches
  • Broad Smiles
  • Healthy TMJ

Phase One

Orthopedic Phase Age 4-12
Mixed Dentition – Functional Appliances

  • Constricted Maxillary Arch
  • Posterior Crossbite
  • Constricted Mandibular Arch
  • Anterior Crossbite
  • Thumbsucking habit
  • Mouth Breathing
  • Airway Problems
  • Retrognathic Mandible
  • Deep Overbite & Bruxism
  • Mid Face Deficiencies

Phase Two

Orthodontic Phase Age 12-14
Permanent Dentition
Fixed Braces

  • Straighten the Teeth
Course Fees & CE

Continuing Education Credits

This course is recognized by the International Association for Orthodontics and the Academy of General Dentistry for continuing education credits.

56 Hours Lecture
22 Hours Participation
(An additional 60 hours of participation given upon completion of all tests and lab exercises)
TOTAL 138 HOURS

Course Fees

PER SESSION PAYMENT

$1,095 Per session, includes the session manual and lab book
Includes 2 Staff Members at NO CHARGE to session #1.

FULL PAYMENT

$3,980 for all 4 sessions, includes 4 course manuals and lab book.
Includes 2 Staff Members at NO CHARGE to session #1

SAVE $400 WITH BONUS FOR FULL PAYMENT

When payment and registration are made for the 4 sessions in advance, you save $400 and receive the following:

1. ONLINE ACCESS, EARLY TREATMENT VIDEO
Featuring 6 Early Treatment Cases using functional appliances.  Easily download the video to a flash drive and it can be used to educate your patients in the reception room or at the initial consultation appointment.  Mothers will want to have their children’s malocclusions treated early.

2. FREE COURSE MANUALS
4 manuals full of invaluable information! Free when you register for the course. Dr. Rondeau’s course manuals are recognized as one of the most comprehensive course manuals available today.  They are also a great resource for those who have completed the course.

3. FREE WEBINARS
On the first Tuesday of every month Dr. Rondeau will provide a 1 hour webinar free to charge.

One new case will be presented each month with an opportunity to submit questions prior to and during the webinar.

Participants will receive 1 hour of CE.

FLEXIBILITY

To accommodate your schedule, the sessions may be taken in different cities as each session is similar in each city.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

 

If you have not completely satisfied with the course, you will receive your money back.

Registration will be confirmed upon receipt of payment. No on site registrations can be taken.

Instructors

Instructors

One of the main advantages of attending Dr. Rondeau’s courses is that he has a number of experienced, dedicated instructors instructors who help course participants to incorporate orthodontics into their practices. These instructors, many of whom have been doing orthodontics for 15 years or more, are well qualified to teach parts of the Level I course.

In order to become more competent in orthodontics, course participants are encouraged to complete 12 lab exercises during the course. Upon completion, members of the International Association for Orthodontics  will receive a certificate. The instructors instructors are available to offer advice on any new or progress cases. Dr. Rondeau realizes that the final decision regarding the diagnosis of each orthodontics case is up to the dentist who is treating that particular case. However, course participants who are just beginning to do orthodontics have found the instructors’ opinions to be quite helpful.

Dr. Brock Rondeau Dr. Brock Rondeau:

Diplomate – International Board of Orthodontics
Diplomate – American Board of Craniofacial Pain
Diplomate – Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines
Diplomate – American Board or Dental Sleep Medicine
Diplomate – American Board of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine
 Dr. J. Gildner Dr. Jerry Gildner:

Over 25 years of experience in Orthodontics

 

Dr. M. Lowry Dr. Mike Lowry:

Diplomate International Board of Orthodontics

Dr. Adrian Palencar Dr. Adrian Palencar:

Diplomate International Board of Orthodontics

Dr. Dawne Slabach Dr. Dawne Slabach:

Diplomate – American Board of Craniofacial Pain
Diplomate – American Board of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine
Diplomate – Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines

A Letter from Dr. Brock Rondeau

I have been actively teaching orthodontic courses for the past 32 years. Over 20,000 dentists have attended my courses and lectures at orthodontic conventions. I have been extremely encouraged by the large number of dentists who have been able to take the knowledge they obtained and apply it to their general practices. Many dentists have told us that orthodontics was the missing link in their education and they are thoroughly enjoying helping the children and adults in their practice to achieve broad smiles, straight teeth, more attractive profiles, and healthy temporomandibular joints.

Many dentists have also been appreciative of the positive effect adding orthodontics has had on their net income at the end of the year. I have developed, what I believe to be, a series of very comprehensive course manuals, DVDs and internet course, which make vast amounts of pertinent information much easier to understand and implement.

Do not miss this opportunity to register for these life-changing courses that will stimulate your interest in dentistry again and make you want to go to the office every day to help improve the health of your patients.

Dr. Rondeau's signature

Brock Rondeau, D.D.S. I.B.O., D.A.B.C.P., D-A.C.S.D.D., D.A.B.D.S.M., D.A.B.C.D.S.M.

  • Diplomate International Board for Orthodontics
  • Diplomate American Board of Craniofacial Pain
  • Diplomate-Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines
  • Diplomate American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine
  • Diplomate American Board of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine