With the right training and support, you can provide quality orthodontic care as a general dentist or as an orthodontic specialist. So what’s the difference and which is the better option? They can both be rewarding and have different benefits. This guide can help you determine the best fit based on the most common considerations.
Every year, hundreds of dentists express interest in learning comprehensive orthodontics, but extremely busy schedules prevent them from taking on the full study schedule of our traditional live classroom program.
Fortunately, if you are truly motivated to grow your orthodontic knowledge to a high level, you have options! We have created several flexible study paths to help you achieve your goals. Keep reading to learn what options are available and decide which course of study is right for you.
A lot of times, cheap CEs are the worst. Have you ever wasted your time at a boring, overly salesy seminar? It probably looked something like this.
It’s the start of a new year which means it’s time to plan your dental CE courses for the year. Undoubtedly, you can only dedicate so much time to continuing education between your patient schedule and personal life. So it’s important to make the most of the time you can commit to education.