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2004 Annual Session - Future Directions - Reflections of our Past? (Salzmann Lecture)

2004 Annual Session - Future Directions - Reflections of our Past? (Salzmann Lecture)

Credits: None available.

This presentation will examine our past, compare our past to today, and offer one mans opinion about what the future can hold. Our world and our specialty are changing rapidly. To take advantage of our time in history is to insure that orthodontics is a thriving specialty in 2104. Change offers challenge and opportunity. We must welcome the opportunities as well as the responsibilities that to with the opportunities and enthusiastically meet the challenges we face.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn one mans opinion about what the future can hold and to take advantage of our time in history to insure that orthodontics is a thriving specialty in 2104
  • Learn how change offers challenge and opportunity.

Speaker(s):
Staff Club: $0.00
Standard: $75.00
Members: $30.00
Residents: $0.00
CE Passport: $0.00
Distance Learning: $0.00

2003 Annual Session - Growth and Biomechanics - Who Gets the Credit (Mershon Lecture)

2003 Annual Session - Growth and Biomechanics - Who Gets the Credit (Mershon Lecture)

Credits: None available.

Orthodontic appliance mechanics are rational and understandable, but considerable obfuscation is commonly used to explain their actions. This presentation will show animations of growth in action and animations of how appliances work. Finally, it will show both processes interacting the way treatments usually happen.

Course Objectives:

  • Animation of growth in action and animations of how appliances work
  • Both processes interacting the way treatments usually happen

Speaker(s):
Staff Club: $0.00
Standard: $75.00
Members: $30.00
Residents: $0.00
CE Passport: $0.00
Distance Learning: $0.00