Mastering the Principles of Aesthetic Orthodontics with Sequential Aligners

This course provides dentists with knowledge of the fundamentals of orthodontics aimed at treating adults with both an aesthetic and inter-disciplinary bias using sequential aligners. Areas of study include occlusion, malocclusion, facial and peri-oral aesthetics, the biology of tooth movement, case analysis from a peri-oral and intra-oral perspective, aetiology of orthodontic problems, how sequential aligner therapy works, specific examination protocols and techniques as well as relevant patient history and record taking. This course is ideally suited for those general dentists who want to introduce aesthetically biased adult orthodontics into their practice or deepen their knowledge in key areas.

This course qualifies for 60 CPD points

Delivery Mode: completely online and self-paced

Course Fees:

• Australian or NZ students AUD $1,200

• International students USD $1,050

Note that this course can be used as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) if a student wishes to enrol in the 10850NAT Graduate Diploma of Aesthetic Orthodontics (Sequential Aligner Therapy).