The course will be offered beginning Monday, Oct. 1, 2012; Monday, April 1, 2013; and Monday, July 1, 2013. It will feature both classroom and laboratory components.
Topics to be covered include:
Diagnosis and Decision-Making, featuring objective-based orthodontic technique, digital photography and 3-D imaging, cone-beam CT, OrthCAD and other digital model systems, and Dolphin software;
Treatment of Class II Malocclusion with Extraction of Four First Bicuspids on a Typodont, featuring bracket placement, treatment stages and wire sequences, finishing and detailing, and retention;
Daily Seminars, including diagnosis and treatment planning, analysis of treatment outcome, literature, and orthognathic surgery.
The Department of Orthodontics is located on the first floor of the UIC College of Dentistry; laboratory facilities, computers, and an electronic conference facility are located on the second floor. Clinical facilities were completely re-equipped with state-of-the-
Tuition for the four-week program is $3,200. A total of 30 Continuing Education credits will be given upon completion of the course.
The UIC College of Dentistry is located at 801 S. Paulina St. in Chicago, just west of downtown.
For more information or to register, contact Dr. T. Peter Tsay, Professor, Orthodontics, at (312) 413-4132 or email@example.com.