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Georgia School of Orthodontics

Friday, December 2, 2022

4:00-8:30 PM (Tehran Time Zone) | 4.5 CE Credits

Friday, December 9, 2022

4:00-7:30 PM (Tehran Time Zone) | 3.5 CE Credits

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    Course Audience: Orthodontists and Dental Professionals

    Course Type: Virtual Lecture

    Learning Objectives Session 1

    Friday, December 2, 2022

    Invisalign Update: Correction of Class II with Clear Aligners – Dr. Jobran Jobran

    1. Be able to identify which Class II malocclusions are suitable for correction with aligners
    2. Understand the sequencing of tooth movements with aligners for Class II correction
    3. Have a working knowledge of and ability to execute tooth movements as suggested by the ClinCheck
    4. Understand the finishing procedures for a Class II correction with aligner therapy

    Tooth Movements and TADs – Dr. Ricky Harrell

    1. Have a solid understanding of 5 types of tooth movements utilizing TADs and conventional fixed appliances
    2. Be able to insert TADs into locations that are advantageous for the proposed tooth movements necessary for successful treatment of the patient
    3. Be able to determine which procedures are able to be incorporated into a contemporary orthodontic practice
    Learning Objectives Session 2

    Friday, December 9, 2022

    Incorporating the Diode Laser into an Orthodontic Practice – Dr. Ricky Harrell

    1. Possess a solid foundational knowledge of diode laser physics
    2. Understand the safety requirements of laser use in an orthodontic practice
    3. Have an in-depth knowledge of the operation of a contemporary laser unit
    4. Have an understanding and familiarity with the four most common laser procedures done in an orthodontic practice

    Thinking Outside the Orthodontic Box: Solutions for Unusual Clinical Circumstances – Dr. Ricky Harrell

    1. Be able to plan tooth movements for several circumstances where maxillary central incisors are missing and natural teeth are to be substituted for the missing tooth
    2. Have strategies to manage difficult orthodontic situations where generalized root resorption is present before treatment
    3. Understand how molars can be substituted in certain cases to alleviate the need for dental implants or fixed prosthodontic
    About the Presenters
    Ricky E. Harrell, DMD, MA

    Dr. Ricky E. Harrell is a 1979 graduate of the University of Alabama School of Dentistry. After serving as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Public Health Service in the Navajo Area Indian Health Service for three years, he returned to the University of Alabama and completed his residency in orthodontics in 1984. Dr. Harrell was in the private practice of orthodontics in Westminster, CO from 1984-2006, and after leaving he earned an MA in education from the University of the Pacific in 2014. Dr. Harrell most recently served as program director and professor in the Department of Orthodontics at the Medical University of South Carolina. His clinical teaching interests include temporary anchorage devices, diode laser treatment, the role of extractions in orthodontic treatment, and surgical orthodontics. He has been Program Director at Georgia School of Orthodontics since April, 2017. Dr. Harrell is a life member of the American Association of Orthodontists (1984), the Southern Association of Orthodontists (2015) and the American Dental Association. He is also a certified Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics (2010). When out of the office, he enjoys music, fishing, skiing, hiking, yard work, reading, and spending time with his wife, Melanie, and their family.

    Jobran Jobran, DMD, MSD

    Dr. Jobran practiced dentistry for 8 years in his family practice alongside his siblings. He went on to complete an internship on dental treatment for children with special needs. Soon after he decided to advance his education and pursue a career in orthodontics. He completed a combined program in advanced graduate studies (CAGS) in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics with MSD at Jacksonville University School of Orthodontics. Dr. Jobran is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Association of Orthodontists and a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He seeks to combine his love of teaching and orthodontics by pursuing his career with Georgia School of Orthodontics. In his free time, Dr. Jobran enjoys spending time with his wife and four children.


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