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MiniScrewing A To Z

 What Clinical Applications for TADs
Video Length 133 Minutes
Viewing Time 90 Days Unlimited
Instructor(s) Jason B. Cope, DDS, PhD
CE Credits Copesthetic Consulting designates this activity for 4 lecture,
0 participation continuing education credits
Price $479 regular $239 Introductory

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MiniScrewing A To Z

MiniScrewing A To Z Details

Course Description This lecture introduces the viewer to the various ways in which miniscrew implants can be used clinically. Clinical applications are broken down into categories based on the spatial planes of space as well as combinations thereof. Depending on the plane of space, subcategories of tooth movement are introduced. For the sagittal dimension – distalization, retraction, and protraction; for the vertical dimension – intrusion and extrusion; for the transverse dimension – expansion and constriction. Cases are also defined based on the type of anchorage provided, either direct or indirect.
Course Prerequisites None
Teaching Methods Online Streaming Lecture
Educational Objectives Upon course completion, the participants should understand the basic classification system for tooth movement with TADs; appreciate the difference between direct and indirect anchorage; understand the most biomechanically sound approach for closing openbites; appreciate the various clinical applications for moving teeth with TADs.
Course Materials Online streaming lecture manual, CE verification after passing quiz
CE Notes This video was released September 2010. It was reviewed in June 2013 and June 2016 to ensure the content remained current. It will expire June 2019. At that time, it will be re-released after review to ensure the content remains current and valid.
Course Instructor(s) Jason B. Cope, DDS, PhD
Instructor Qualifications Dr. Cope received his dental training at Baylor College of Dentistry - DDS (‘95), orthodontic certificate (‘97), and PhD (’99) in bone biology. He is currently on faculty at the St. Louis University Department of Orthodontics. He has published 19 peer-reviewed journal articles, 37 book chapters, co-edited a textbook on distraction osteogenesis, and self-published a 500 page textbook OrthoTADs: The Clinical Guide and Atlas. He is an ad hoc reviewer for every major American peer-reviewed orthodontic journal. He has given over 250 lectures internationally and nationally. He is Board Certified, a full member of the SW component of the Angle Society, and is a fellow in the American College of Dentists.
Instructor Financial Disclosure The instructor reports that he receives royalties for the Unitek TAD System.
Contact Person Shannon Horton
CE Provider Copesthetic Consulting, LP is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider, Copesthetic Continuing Education Policies
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.
Refund and cancellation policy Once purchased, this presentation cannot be canceled or refunded.
Course Feedback Policy During the viewing period, participants will have access to the private online forum for further feedback.
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