tirs. 05. mar.|
Online Zoom meeting
26 Incisal edge bonding
Tips and tricks to improve your final touch to any ClearCorrect treatment.
Tid & Sted
05. mar. 2024 16.30 – 17.30 CET
Online Zoom meeting
When we straighten crooked teeth and place the teeth in the correct position, it is normal that the smile is not very nice. Most of our patients have worn their teeth into an inappropriate shape before we straighten them. A final treatment is therefore required to make the smile look beautiful while at the same time ensuring a functionally stable occlusion.
Incisal edge bonding after a clear aligner treatment, can be a minimally invasive approach to create beautiful white smiles. However it can be quite demandning to perform this type of treatment and achieve a naturally beautiful end result.
In this study club we will have a visiting colleague joining as a guest facilitator.
He is reknown for his world-class skills in regards to finishing orthodontically treated patients and creating dazzeling smiles.
Join this study club to improve your ClearCorrect skills - one more step towards becomming a ClearCorrect Master.
Prerequisites to attend:
- Upload photos of a potential case of yours to your doctor portal.
- Connect helle@alignerservice as collaborator
- Make a few thoughts about the challenges you face when treatment planning these types of cases.
Your online host and ClearCorrect expert:
Jesper Hatt DDS & a guest speaker to be announced
Jesper Hatt DDS
Dr. Hatt has been treating patients with clear aligners in private practice since 2008.
He has been teaching hundrets of dentists and dental team members on the topic of practice optimisation and dental branding.
For more than 10 years he was the owner of a private practice.
For 2 years he was the leader in a DSO practice.
He has been a member of the American Accademy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) for 10 years.
Dr. Hatt is responisble for training and education at AlignerService.com
Join us in this highly sought after course and get a quick guide to getting you started safely.
ClearCorrect study club no 26