The General Orthodontic Residency (GOR) in Honolulu, HI begins on September 16, 2022. This program will provide a powerful foundation with needed clinical skills to consistently achieve exceptional results in your practice, and increase profitability and income.
What You Will Learn
- Craniofacial growth and development
- Orthodontic diagnostic flows
- Cephalometric analysis
- Treatment planning
- Correct indications and use of OseoRestore appliances
- Appliance biomechanics
- Band and bracket placement
- Adjunctive treatment modalities
This is an evidence-based program that combines advanced knowledge with actual hands-on clinical application. This program will provide a powerful foundation and clinical skills needed to consistently achieve exceptional results in your practice.
2022 GOR Course Dates
Course 1: September 16/17, 2022
Course 2: January 27/28, 2023
Course 3: April 21/22, 2023
Course 4: July 14/15, 2023
Course 5: October 13/14, 2023
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The General Orthodontic Residency is held over a 12 month period with sessions that will take place in Honolulu. The program will be conducted in five two-day weekend courses with hands-on training. This outstanding program is designed to help you develop proficiency in facial growth, orthodontic diagnosis and treatment options. You will have the opportunity to experience valuable "hands on" training that has never before been available in your area.
This course offers the opportunity to receive valuable clinical knowledge that is both scientific and practical. It will help increase your bottom line. This course will provide the confidence needed to conduct your orthodontic practice with excellence.
This course is a powerful learning experience. Additional experts will discuss topics on the biology of facial growth, craniofacial pain/TMD and sleep disordered breathing.
The General Orthodontic Residency is a series of courses that will guide you from comprehensive diagnosis to case finishing.
This series is an excellent learning experience. It will include advanced hands-on exercises, testing and practical applications. This series will build your knowledge and skills from one session to the next. Each session will provide homework and clinical solutions for your practice. Doctor, take advantage of this great opportunity and join us in this important general orthodontic residency program.
The General Orthodontic Residency is held in 5 two-day weekend sessions over a 12 month period with sessions that take place in Honolulu, Hawaii.
This course offers you the opportunity to receive valuable clinical knowledge that is both scientific and practical. It will help you increase your bottom line, attract new patients and give you the confidence and skills you need to conduct your orthodontic practice with excellence.
Crispen Simmons, DDS graduated from University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences in 1977. Since that time Dr. Simmons completed over 5000 hours of continuing dental education. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Craniofacial Pain, Diplomate of the American Board of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine, Master of Excellence in the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, AGD Fellowship. He holds a Mastership in and is Past President of the International Congress for Craniomandibular Orthopedics and a member of the Florida Dento-Facial Study Group and Mentor For the NW Facial Beauty Study Group.
Dr. Simmons is currently the Immediate Past President of the American Board of Craniofacial Pain and Chairman of both Ethics, Biometrics and Membership Committees of the AACP. He is a nationally and internationally recognized presenter on CFP-TMD, Craniofacial growth and related topics and a Senior Instructor for the Facial Beauty Institute.
For more than 20 years his practice has been limited to the diagnosis and treatment of TMD-CFP and growth deficiencies. For thirty years Neuromuscular concepts have been incorporated routinely in daily patient care. Dr. Simmons maintains private clinical practices in Seattle and Bellevue, Washington.