Clear Aligner Therapy (Advanced)

The Advanced Diploma in Clear Aligner Therapy is the next logical step in your professional development in the field of Clear Aligner Orthodontics expanding existing skills and is the pathway to an MSc in Clear Aligner Orthdontics. It will develop your competencies and orthodontic practice to a higher level opening more treatment possibilities for you and your patients.

This master course will teach you advanced biomechanics, cephalometric and soft tissue analysis, function, and occlusion. You will develop an in-depth understanding of how to use aligners as a powerful tool to improve treatment outcomes in all aspects of orthodontic and general dental practice, encompassing not only the aesthetic, periodontal and restorative care but also the function and occlusion. Also, you will learn how to use the Smile Architect software and all its tools for planning multidisciplinary cases.

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Once these have been ascertained they will be able to advise you of the fee and payment plans, if necessary, and assist you in the most appropriate learning pathway for your individual circumstances.

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