Date: March 26, 2021
Time: 11:00AM - 11:45AMYou must be registered to participate!
An exploration of the history of customized orthodontics, leading to today and its impact on the modern orthodontic practice. Learn how recent advancements in 3D printing technology are enhancing clinical efficiencies and unlocking digital tools to execute your treatment philosophy
Due to a scheduling conflict, this session will be available to access as an online lecture. It will be released to members on Friday, March 26. You will be able to access 24/7 after that date to watch at your convenience. Dr. Griffin and Dr. Sarver will explore the history of customized orthodontics, leading to today and its impact on the modern orthodontic practice. Learn how recent advancements in 3D printing technology are enhancing clinical efficiencies and unlocking digital tools to execute your treatment philosophy. Note: Due to a scheduling conflict, this session will be a recorded lecture that will be available on March 26.
Speaker Disclosure: Dr. Griffin is co-creater and owner of LightForce Orthodontics
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Cost: $0 for CE Passport, Doctor members; $50 for members
Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn .75 CE credit.
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