Four Day Introduction to Orthotropic Orthodontics Course

What topics are covered by the course?

On completion of the programme the graduate should:

• Be able to understand the cause, correction and cure of malocclusion.
• Have a critical understanding of maloclusion’s implications in general health; including ENT problems, TMD, breathing and body posture.
• Have analytical skills to diagnose a child for orthotropic therapy.
• Demonstrate the skills to explain the orthotropics concept to the parents of a potential parent.

Who should attend?

A recognised dental qualification and two years general dental experience is an advantage.

International students coming to study at this level will need to speak English at an “upper intermediate” (B2) level.

What will I be able to do on completion?

On completion of the programme the graduate should:

• Be able to understand the cause, correction and cure of malocclusion.
• Have a critical understanding of maloclusion’s implications in general health; including ENT problems, TMD, breathing and body posture.
• Have analytical skills to diagnose a child for orthotropic therapy.
• Demonstrate the skills to explain the orthotropics concept to the parents of a potential parent.

How will I be assessed?

Throughout the course constant informal feedback will be sort to guide the progress of the candidates. In addition to this, some formal examinations will be undertaken to gauge the level of individual understanding and inform the students for their progress.

Four Day Introduction to Orthotropic Orthodontics Course (1302)

22nd – 25th June 2017

Course objectives:
The course is an intensive theoretic and clinical introduction to Biobloc Orthotropic therapy. It gives the students a clear and working understanding of malocclusion, its causes, pathology and cure enabling them to make a good diagnosis by recognising the causative factors and how to affect these factors.
The 4 day course is open to Home, EU and Overseas applicants. Upon successful completion of the programme, student will be awarded a certificate of Four Day Introduction to Orthotropics. The course is recognised for training purposes by the London School of Facial Orthotropics and the International Association of Facial Growth Guidance.
Students spend their time within the Clinic for Facial Orthotropics, the Orthotropic Laboratory and the LSFO, adding to the quality and diversity of the clinical training they receive.

To register for this course, contact the Secretary, Sue Lloyd by email – sue.lloyd@lsfo.co.uk

Guide Price: 1,300


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Delivery: Classroom
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Duration: 4 days
Qualification: Certificate

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