There is a running debate...
Are clear aligners orthodontics or simply a cosmetic appliance?
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Each and every new year, people look for new and better ways to improve themselves. As we are almost through the first month of the new decade, it's a great time to find manageable ways to improve your career and skills. What better way to improve yourself than to indulge in some free classes from POS!
We offer multiple free courses that will earn you CEs or CPDs. They also help get you started on your path to growing your professional skills and opportunities, making the start of your new decade a bit more brighter.
If you are considering adding orthodontics to your dental practice, then you’re probably wondering, how much revenue can I really make?
We’ve worked with thousands of dentists who’ve added orthodontics to their practices. We will share projections of revenue, cash flow, and profitability to help you understand what orthodontics can mean to your bank account.
Many dentists considering adding orthodontics to their practice want to know the cost versus the benefits.
If they spend time and money investing in the training and the time away from the practice, what will the financial benefit be?
Over the years, we have worked with thousands of dentists who added orthodontics into their practice. And the financial benefits of orthodontic treatment are pretty clear.
But, much does it actually cost to setup orthodontics in a general dentist's practice?
What is the true cost breakdown?
Orthodontic emergencies happen. Instead of worrying about their possibility, use this guide so you’re prepared and calm when they happen. When you handle orthodontic issues properly, you’ll keep happy patients and a highly productive department.
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.
POS Instructor Dr. Emmy Le began learning orthodontics impressively early in her career, just 2 years after graduation from dental school. Get to know Dr. Le in this interview!
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.