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How do you set up Phase 1 billing? A POS Family discussion

Posted by POS Course Adviser on 4/22/19 7:24 PM

Have you ever wondered how to set up your Phase 1 and Phase 2 cases in billing?

Sometimes hearing what experienced colleagues do is the best guide. Here's a thread on SmileStream's Collaborate section that we thought would be helpful to many dentists. It even includes example scripts of an orthodontic patient consultation!

See POS graduates discussing how they set up mixed dentition set up and what works for them.

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Topics: Orthodontic Tips, SmileStream, Growth, POS Family, Tips for Success, Mixed Dentition, Phase 1, Business of Orthodontics, Orthodontics

Q&A with POS Instructor Dr. Ben Villalon | The importance of understanding growth

Posted by POS Course Adviser on 10/23/17 10:07 AM

We enjoyed having Dr. Ben Villalon from Texas at POS Headquarters last weekend to teach Seminar 14 of the Dentofacial Orthodontics Series. He explains how individual growth prediction takes the guesswork out of orthodontic treatment in this interview.

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Topics: Orthodontic Tips, POS Instructor Tips, Growth, POS Family, Mixed Dentition

Q&A with POS Instructor Ben Villalon | Expert Mixed Dentition Orthodontics Advice [Video + Transcript]

Posted by POS Course Adviser on 3/15/17 8:19 AM

POS Instructor Dr. Ben Villalon came to POS headquarters for Update 2017 so we took the opportunity to ask him questions about his area of expertise: mixed dentition orthodontics.

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Topics: Orthodontic Tips, POS Instructor Tips, Growth, Tips for Success, Current POS Students, Mixed Dentition, Phase 1

Clinical Analysis: Correcting Class III Malocclusions with Interceptive Orthodontic Treatment

Posted by POS Course Adviser on 6/17/16 12:22 PM

The American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommend that young patients get an orthodontic evaluation at 6 or 7 years of age.1, 2 An early orthodontic check-up enables clinicians to spot current or potential problems with their patient’s occlusion and jaw growth. This can especially be valuable for Class III patients.

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Topics: Orthodontic News, Growth, Research, Class III, Mixed Dentition

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