Maxillofacial Orthopedics & Orthodontics – A
This course has attracted over 300,000 dentists Worldwide!
What can I expect to learn from the course?
More and more orthodontic cases are now being treated on a non- extraction basis and at an earlier age by general dental practitioners.
If you wish to develop and grow the private orthodontic element of your practice, incorporating Maxillofacial Orthopedics & Orthodontics (MOO) will help to create reliable, significant revenues whilst retaining the whole patient family. The Clinical Foundation of Orthopedics & Orthodontics (CFOO) offers continuous on-going post course support and have local clinicians in the country who have trained with the CFOO for many years.
The MOO Course is interactive, and delegates are encouraged to bring cases they are considering to the course for treatment planning discussions during the breaks and after the lectures.
What can I achieve on my return to everyday practice?
You will be able to put into practice what you have learned on the course immediately when you return to your surgery and commence on an exciting journey to help your family of patients, and build your private practice revenues.
Clinicians who have attended the CFOO courses have seen a measurable ROI of upwards of 200% from implementing orthopedic elements into their daily practice. This is in addition to gaining an increased level of clinical satisfaction from seeing the amazing results you will achieve.
How do I educate and motivate my clinical team?
CFOO recommends that you bring along any key members of your team to the seminars and we offer a reduced rate for team members for this reason. Once your team develops an understanding of the treatment protocols and systems, they immediately become more engaged and motivated. Naturally, this helps build the private practice because they have the knowledge to inform and educate patients from the moment they enter your practice.
Course Content (delivered over 2 courses, Course 1A, and Course 1B)
- Concepts of Orthopaedic treatment.
- Defining the difference between a dental and skeletal malocclusion.
- Cephalometric evaluation.
- The importance of anchorage.
- Appliance selection, construction and activation: Schwarz; ALF; Sagittal; Crozat; Bionator; Twin Block; Williams and others.
- Case examples: Class I; Class II and Class III Malocclusions.
- X-Bite correction, anterior and posterior.
- Anterior open and closed bites.
- Airway obstruction
- Appliance Therapy continued.
- Cephalometric Evaluation continued.
- Setting up your practice for marketing Orthopaedics as a private option to standard NHS extraction therapy.
- Self Evaluation Examination.
The course fee includes all lunches, refreshments and ongoing post course support.
A full refund of the course fee will be applied if the course has to be cancelled for any reason.
Dr. Skip Truitt, CFOO Founder and Principal – Instructor
Dr J Wellington "Skip" Truitt received his BS degree from Texas Christian University, his DDS degree from Baylor University and has taught over 100,000 doctors world wide. He has also co-authored four text books and published numerous papers worldwide on the subjects of Maxillofacial Orthopedics, Orthodontics, and TMD Therapy.
"My goal is to teach the latest information in a concise, easy to understand manner to expand your practice financially and professionally."