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November 18, 2019 Lecture   --   Dr. Stu Frost

Sponsored by Ormco

Dr. Frost practiced general dentistry for five years and completed a one-year fellowship in Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction before received his certificate in orthodontics from University of Rochester/Eastman Dental center. For the past decade, Dr. Frost has been a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Pacific Orthodontic program and has frequently lectured at University of Rochester/Eastman Dental Center and AT STILL orthodontic programs. He recently published his book titled The Artist Orthodontist.

"Artistry in Orthodontics”. The 5 Keys to Creating Beautiful Esthetic to Grow your Practice. 

Dr. Frost will discuss five key aspects that will help you finish your cases with more beautiful results than ever. These key aspects include treatment planning your cases around the upper incisor for maximum facial beauty and smile design, buccal arch width and upright posterior segments, bracket placement for esthetic smile arc creation and hard and soft tissue contouring at the end of treatment.

Learn how to:

  • Define key aspects that will help you finish your cases more beautiful than ever. 
  • Use these keys to visualize the finish before you ever put a bracket on a tooth. 
  • Use hard and soft tissue contouring to take your finishes to a new level. 
  • Understand how you can use your beautiful finishes to grow your practice through social media and other avenues.

When

Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM CST
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Where

The Carlisle Banquet Center 
435 East Butterfield
Lombard, IL 60148
 

 
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Contact

ISO Office 
IL Society of Orthodontists 
888-447-6734 
association.info@icloud.com 
If you signed up for a Season Pass and you are automatically  registered for this lecture. 

Registration includes plated lunch and morning break.  Registration opens at 7:30 am and the lecture starts at 8:00 am.

Refund Policy:  Non-season pass cancellations must be received in writing by November 1, 2019 for a full refund.  No refunds are given after November 1, 2019.