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Diagnosis, Development

and Treatment Planning

Instructor

Dr. Stephen Schalk 

Course Length

10 hours

CE Credits

10 hours

 

Enroll U$2,310

What Is This
Course?
 

 

This course, instructed by Dr. Stephen Schalk, explores the intricacies of diagnosing and developing orthodontic treatment plans. By examining facial types, muscle roles, and smile aesthetics, it prepares dental professionals to understand the foundational elements of orthodontics, sidestepping specific treatment methods like aligner therapy for a focus on core principles. 

 

Topics & Lessons

LESSON     Course Introduction


LESSON 1    Introduction to Sassouni's facial types


LESSON 2    The Role of muscles in development


LESSON 3    Cephalometrics, CBCT, and the effects of dentition on the face 


LESSON 4    Patterns of growth and general growth considerations


LESSON 5    Timing of treatment


LESSON 6    Chief complaint and smile esthetics


LESSON 7    Occlusal considerations and muscular goals


LESSON 8    Treatment plan considerations


LESSON 9    Final Assessment

 


Meet your instructor

Dr. Stephen Schalk

Dr. Schalk, a 2014 University of Alberta DDS graduate, specialized in orthodontics and is the world's youngest GP Invisalign Diamond provider.
He owns three dental clinics, speaks globally, and is an industry opinion leader. His research includes digital monitoring of clear aligners for the SRED Program, and he previously served on the board of the American Academy of Clear Aligners.

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