Orthodontic Assistant Course
Owning a business can be stressful, right?
Imagine having every chair run by a highly trained assistant, operating with 100% efficiency, reliability and effectiveness in your clinic...
What does that look like?
Consider what an assistant training platform, built and tailored for teaching the fundamentals of orthodontics, could do for you...
How would your work/life balance change?
Imagine all of your appointments finishing early or on time, minimizing mistakes, and exceeding your patient’s expectations with every appointment!
Growing your production an additional 10%, 20% even 30% consistently.
The comprehensive orthodontic assistant online training.
In as little as a few days you’ll have the missing clinic ingredient...
This course was carefully put together to:
- Finally end the stressful time-investment of scrambling for good reliable staff
- Increase long-term profitability
- Streamline your organization’s internal processes
- Build your skills and knowledge on reinforcing duties successfully to your assistants
- Create an unshakeable working atmosphere and morale within your A-list team
- Consistently meet and exceed patients expectations
- Solidify your onboarding process
- Empower your clinic, yourself and your staff with the 2 C’s: unbreakable Confidence and Competence
This course could be your ticket to finally finding, building and keeping the dependable A-list assistants and staff required to
Prevent Team Burnout and stagnating mistakes
Overall Increased Production
Reduce overhead and improve job satisfaction
The easy and fun way to learn to be an orthodontic assistant!
In this course your assistant will soon have access to:
Understanding the orthodontic business
Appropriate professionalism and conduct in the workplace
Step by step guidance to prepare for and execute orthodontic procedures
Creating crystal-clear paths to achieve and set their own goals (without your time investment)
The proven framework to forming a positive workforce (your environment is everything!)
BONUS: We’ll show you exact breakdowns explaining taking perfect x rays every time, placing braces, four handed dentistry, treatment with Invisalign, handling instruments and naming teeth… PLUS content will be updated, improved and added to quarterly at no additional fee!
As you go through this system, you’ll learn the proven fundamentals of Orthodontic Assisting!
One Time Payment
18 MONTH MEMBERSHIP
$200 onboarding fee
- Comprehensive orthodontic assistant training
- Own the library for up to 8 Licensed Users
- Unlimited library access for entire 18 month membership
- PDF's, Printouts and Quizzes for Efficient Learning
- Progress Tracking for Learned Skills
- Plus so much more!
- Need more than 8 licenses? Scroll below to schedule a free consultation to discuss pricing options
Content in your course will be updated regularly with added lessons at no additional fee!
Introduction To The Profession
Lifecycle of the Orthodontic Patient
3 Tips For Customer Service, Professionalism, & Leadership
Orthodontic Composite Photography
3-D Scan (iTero)
Why We Trace A Ceph
How To Trace A Ceph
Jaw Growth Patterns
Mechanical and Chemical Retention
Orthodontic Wire Properties
Common Orthodontic Appliance
Biology of Tooth Movement
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Order Tooth Movements
Instrument Overview For the Beginner
Ergonomics and Fulcrums
Operatory Organization And A Tidy Work Space
Types Of Retainers
Making In-House Essix Retainers
Preparation For Orthodontic Appointments
Arch Wire Adjustments
The 8 Invisalign Appointment Types From Start To Finish
How to Position Brackets On Teeth
Initial Bonding Braces Appointment
Place Invisalign Attachments
Fitting And Cementing Bands
Coil Springs and Comfort Tube
Stops And Hooks
Distal Wire Smoothing and Slot/Wire Size
Distal End Bending, Cinching, SOS Prevention
Blue Glue And Bite Turbos
Distal End Cutting
Ligatures (Elastic, Steel, Power Chain, Kobe)
Wire Spatial Orientation
New Patient Braces Instructions
Managing Patients With Anxiety and Positive Reinforcement
Dental Class I, II, And III
AP Discrepancies (Skeletal Class I, II, And III)
Disinfection Versus Sterilization
Brief Intro to Cross Contamination
When To Start Treatment: Dental, Skeletal, Chronological, and Emotional Ages
MI versus CR and TMD
Branches of Dentistry
Intro To Placing Fixed Lingual Retainers
Time Management And Doctor Time
Introduction to the Invisalign Doctor Site and Clin Check
Intro: Key Components Of Writing A Referral
Evaluating The Final Result
Communication In The Clinical Setting
Welcome To The Office
Orthovated Philosophy: IQ, EQ And PQ
Chair-Side Assisting Etiquette
Isolation And Tooth Preparation
Introduction to Anatomy and Terminology