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Early Orthodontic Treatment: What, Why, and When to Treat: Learn and Earn CE Credits

August 9, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Gary DiSanto-Rose is a senior instructor at the International Association for Orthodontists (IAO). This webinar will provide information to:

Recognize the importance of early treatment for airway problems, habits, Class III’s, crossbites, deep bites, and moderate to severe crowding.

Understand the significant impact that airway problems can have on the growth and development in our children

How to understand and recognize the causes and problems associated with mid-face deficiencies in the growing child.

How to recognize the difference between brachy, meso, and doli facial growth types, and understand their significance in cranio-facial growth and development.

How to correct deep bites in children using composite build ups on primary molars

How to develop and maintain arch length and correct crossbites in the early mixed dentition.

Gary DiSanto- Rose, DMD, is a Fellow and Senior Instructor in the International Association for Orthodontics. He is also a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry. Since his membership in the IAO in 1989, he has earned over 2000 credit hours in orthodontic studies and has remained an active member in the New England Chapter where he has been an instructor since 2005.
He has lectured in the U.S. and abroad on various topics including: early orthodontic treatment, impacted cuspids, minor tooth movement for GP’s, and sleep disordered breathing.


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