This course will only be offered to alumni of the Aligner Intensive Fellowship.
This CE module will be facilitated through a private Facebook study group led and moderated by Drs. Moshiri and Nicozisis, where they will repost and make all videos live immediately. The forum will be open for questions as needed.
This course is meant to serve as an opportunity for alumni only to accrue CE credits for the content they previously reviewed, as the course just recently became accredited to offer 45 ADA CERP credits. Per ADA CERP guidelines, CE cannot be issued retroactively; hence, the course must be “retaken”. Please note, the videos are made live for your convenience, but you should be able to take the quiz immediately without issue to gain your CE credits.
The material is a repeat of what was offered in the first Fellowship, plus any new content.
A 100 question quiz will be provided through a third party website, allowing for issuing of 45 ADA CERP credits.
Course Prerequisites: Previous admission in the Aligner Intensive Fellowship
Teaching methods: Online Video Lectures, Articles, Group Discussions
Course Duration: 8 weeks with access to Facebook study group, with 4 months from the start of the course date to take your CE quiz
Total Video Duration: 28 Hours
CE Credits: OrthoEd designates this activity for 45 lecture, 0 participation continuing education credits
Unit 1: Initial submission, office systems, and bonding attachments review
Unit 2: Biomechanical considerations of moving teeth with plastic
Unit 3: A Thorough review of the Clincheck Pro software
Unit 4: Phase I treatment with aligners, and a consideration of Bolton discrepancies in treatment planning
Unit 5: Deep Bite malocclusions
Unit 6: Open Bite malocclusions
Unit 7: Class II malocclusions treated with aligners, including the Mandibular Advancement Feature
Unit 8: Class III malocclusions
Unit 9: Orthognathic surgical considerations
Unit 10: Extraction and impaction/exposure considerations with aligners
Unit 11: Finishing and retention considerations when treating with aligners, along with a review of fabrication and use of in-house aligners
Unit 12: The economics of treating more aligners cases in your practice
Educational objectives: Upon course completion, participants should understand all innovations of the most prevalent clear aligner systems. Furthermore, fundamentals of tooth movement with plastic will be reviewed in detail, allowing the practitioner to handle situations where “innovations” may not exist, or to reproduce force-systems and solutions for in-house aligners as needed. Practice systems and suggestions for seamless integration of digital workflows will be reviewed, from tracking submitted cases to bonding attachments clinically. Suggestions for how to successfully treat Class I, II, III, deep bite, open bite, extractions, TADs, and orthognathic surgery cases will also be discussed in detail. Phase I aligners, teens, and new functional appliances features are also thoroughly reviewed. Lastly, business considerations and profitability determinations will be reviewed.
Course materials: Online videos that may be downloaded to keep, handouts for personal use, articles to read from manufacturers and peer reviewed journals that are topic specific, CE verification after passing quizzes, access to the group for one year as a private study group and peer enhanced forum for continued learning.
Course location: Registrants will be emailed specific details to join a private Facebook group where an interactive group discussion based on the written and video course materials will ensue for the duration of the course as well as 12 months after.
Maz Moshiri, DMD, MS
Dr. Maz Moshiri maintains his private practice in St. Louis, MO alongside his father and sister. In addition to leading multiple Ask the Expert webinars, Dr. Moshiri has led peer to peer clinical lectures and Clear Techniques II courses throughout North America, and was a lead educator for the launch of both the Class II protocols of Invisalign G4 and the Deep Bite Solutions of Invisalign G5. He founded The Aligner Intensive Fellowship, a 4-month residency for orthodontists who wish to learn to use Invisalign to its full extent. He is also an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Saint Louis University Center for Advanced Dental Education, where he developed and now teaches a clinical focus on the use of Invisalign. Dr. Moshiri is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and a Fellow, American College of Dentists.
Jonathan Nicozisis, DMD, MS
Dr. Jonathan Nicozisis is in private practice in Princeton and West Windsor, New Jersey, as an orthodontic specialist. With over 80% of his patients being treated with aligners, he has been actively educating his peers in aligner orthodontics since 2003 after only 3 years of private practice. He has co-authored a text book chapter on aligner orthodontics and has numerous journal publications. In addition, he has given over 500 lectures nationally and internationally throughout his career. Most recently, Dr. Nicozisis has been leveraging internet-based platforms for consulting with orthodontists on aligner treatment planning and co-teaching a four-month course on orthodontics with aligners.
Instructor conflict of interest disclosure:
Maz Moshiri, DMD, MS – The instructor reports a financial interest in the products or companies discussed in the course.
Jonathan Nicozisis, DMD, MS – The instructor reports a financial interest in the products or companies discussed in the course.
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CE Provider: OrthoEd is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider (OrthoEd Education Policies Link)
This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between OrthoEd and Aligner Intensive Fellowship.
Refund and cancellation policy: Once purchased, this course cannot be canceled or refunded.
Course Feedback Policy: During the viewing period, participants will have access to a private online Facebook group for interaction
Commercial Support: OrthoEd reports that no commercial support has been provided for this course.
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.