Join us for an incredible learning experience. Discover the keys to achieving predictable and successful outcomes with MSE/MARPE skeletal expansion and TADs.
This will be a technique protocol course with case Presentations Over Zoom.
PART I: Foundation and Basic Techniques
Part I of this course reviews the basics of this technique. All providers can benefit from this because this is the foundation that will help to make the application of this technique predictable in practice.
This course will present basic orthodontic diagnosis and simplified and practical approach to planning an orthodontic case. We will discuss necessary records and how to approach each case. While we review some basic knowledge, we will primarily focus on cases that would benefit from the use of MSE and/or TADs.
Topics covered include:
- Case selection: Learn diagnostic and treatment planning modifications depending on your patient presentation: Male, female, age and craniofacial structure.
- Invisalign Clincheck: Discover how to plan and set up Invisalign Clinchecks for the best possible outcomes.
- MSE and TADs Planning: Focus on cases that benefit from MSE and TADs, and explore their planning and implementation while utilizing CBCT and other existing 3D software/technology. Lab orders, proper placement procedures and protocols will be reviewed
- Complications and Failures: Identify most common complications and cause for failures and what can be done from the planning stage in order to prevent such outcomes.
- Clinical Case Reviews: Analyze clinical cases where MSE and TADs were employed successfully at the end of the second day.
Hands-on Patient Care: Participate in hands-on exercises, including MSE placement on models and observation of live patient demonstration of the placement of basic MSE. Participants will be able to see everything up close and understand the flow of the procedure.
PART II: Advanced Techniques for Practitioners
Part II caters to practitioners looking to enhance their expertise. It’s for those who have placed MSE/TADs already and are looking for more advanced information or for dentists wanting to learn more information before starting their first case. Participants will learn advanced orthodontic diagnosis and clinical applications of MSE and TADs.
Attendees should possess some basic knowledge of orthodontics and the provider who has treated at least one case prior to the course will benefit the most from this course.
Topics covered include:
- Advanced Orthodontic Diagnosis: We will go onto advanced orthodontic diagnosis and clinical applications of MSE/MARPE and TADs
- Invisalign Clinchecks for Complex Cases: Dive deeper into the details and nuances of how to set up more complex cases using Invisalign clinchecks.
- Digital Planning of MSE: Discussion of digital planning of MSE and how to customize it for more difficult adult cases.
- Expansion Failures: Explore strategies to predictably avoid expansion failures.
- Piezotomy for Adult Patients: Introduce Piezotomy for use in adult patients, to make adult cases predictable with a focus on safety and efficacy. We will review failures, possible side effects, emergencies, protocols and related procedures.
- Hands-On Piezotomy: Experience hands-on training in Piezotomy using 3D printed models. It will be followed by live piezo assisted MARPE placement in the adult patient. Participants will be able to follow all the procedures closely.
A general practitioner should be able to plan and place advanced piezo MSE/MARPE/TADs following completion of the course.
New format in 2024.
There is a lecture option or a protocol option.
Attend the lecture portions only. By attending the lectures only, participants will have the opportunity to learn from 4 days of lecture, earning a total of 28 lecture hours and 4 participation hours.
Participants who choose to attend the full curriculum will have the opportunity to learn from 4 days of lecture, have a guided patient care portion, and be able to do a 10 minute case presentation over Zoom after part 2, earning a total of 65 participation hours broken down as follows:
- 30 hours on orthodontics
- 12 hours on pediatrics
- 10 hours of periodontics
- 7.5 hours of oral surgery
- 5.5 hours of basic science
What sets this ASAP Course apart from other courses:
- Community of Like-Minded Dentists: You will be in a supportive and collegial community of fellow dentists who share your passion for excellence in helping patients with airway issues.
- Good Learning Environment: Our collaborative atmosphere fosters a positive and conducive learning environment.
- Continuous Support: Receive ongoing support and expertise from a community that believes in evolving protocols for the betterment of patient care.
Case Presentations: Participants can showcase their expertise with 15-minute case presentations over Zoom. Topics include patient info, diagnosis, comorbidities, decision-making, planning, execution, challenges, and resolutions.
Ilya is a board-certified orthodontist and is a member of ASAP Pathway. He owns a private practice in New Jersey, and he completed his residency in Orthodontics at the NYU College of Dentistry.
He also worked as a sleep technician while going to school and has a deep understanding of airways and sleeps from that perspective. Ilya practices comprehensive dentistry from an orthodontic standpoint, balancing aesthetics, function, and anatomy.
Course withdrawal with written notice 60 days or more before the first day of the course: FULL REFUND MINUS (-$500)
Course withdrawal written notice 30-59 days: 50% of the course registration could be transferred to a future live course designated by the attendee.
Course withdrawal 29 days or less: Unfortunately, due to expenses incurred when planning for the course, no credits could be given for course withdrawal within 30 days of the first day of the course.