Three-Day Advanced Myofunctional Orthodontics Course

Thu, November 30 2023 - Sat, December 2 2023
New Orleans, USA

Three-Day Advanced Myofunctional Orthodontics Course

OVERVIEW
A complete training program for dental professionals.

This course will teach you the myofunctional evaluation system, which identifies breathing and myofunctional problems limiting facial growth and causing malocclusion, as well as provide you with the ability to treat myofunctional problems evident in almost every child.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Identify the underlying causes of malocclusion, evaluation and diagnosis
  • A comprehensive guide for the implementation of the Myobrace®Activities program in your practice
  • Myofunctional orthodontics: Treating the causes rather than the symptoms of malocclusion - evaluation and discussion of cases included
  • Effectively educating parents and patients to achieve consistent results
  • Treatment planning and case discussion
  • Hands-on Bent Wire System (BWS) training
  • Orthodontic perspective of early interceptive myofunctional treatment



COURSE FEE

$1850 USD

Key Presenters

Dr Paulo Soares

Dr. Paulo Soares graduated from the Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil. He specialized in orthodontics and facial orthopedics. In 2012, Dr. Paulo became the first Myobrace® Certified Provider in Brazil and has since trained hundreds of dentists in myofunctional orthodontics in his private practice. He always tries to intervene and prevent malocclusion and craniofacial dystrophies from the earliest time possible by treating soft tissue dysfunction and airway issues.

Dr Stephen Carstensen
DDS

Dr Stephen Carstensen, DDS, is a skilled dentist serving patients at Premier Sleep Associates in Bellevue, Washington. He also serves as a consultant to the American Dental Association (ADA) for Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) and co-author of a textbook for dentists treating the disease. In 1983, Dr Carstensen graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in Houston, Texas. Afterward, he and his dental hygienist wife, Midge, started a private general dentistry practice in Texas before moving to native Seattle in 1990. In 1996, he achieved a fellowship in the Academy of General Dentists (AGD) in recognition of over 3000 hours of advanced education in dentistry, with an increasing amount of time in practice and classwork devoted to sleep medicine.  A lifelong educator, Dr Carstensen is currently the sleep education director for both Pankey Institute and Spear Education, recognised as among the finest places for dentists to further their education.  As a volunteer leader for the ADA, he was a program chairman and general chairman for the Annual Session, the biggest educational event the association sponsors. For the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), he’s been a board member, secretary-treasurer, and president-elect. In 2006, he achieved certification from the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM).

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