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Free CAPP CME Live Stream - Tele-Orthodontics - Moving your practice forward with AI
Speaker: Dr. Hirohide Arimoto, Japan (English spoken webinar)

Title: Tele-Orthodontics - Moving your practice forward with AI

Accreditation: 2 CE Credits (CAPP is an ADA CERP Recognized provider of CE Credits) - accepted globally.

Target Audience: Orthodontists & Dental Professionals

Abstract: In 2020, the corona pandemic caused restrictions on going out of the house, and non-essential outings were restricted. Dental office visits were no exception, and many clinics were forced to close temporarily or limit their office hours. Under such circumstances, Invisalign treatment is said to allow longer intervals than multi-bracket treatment, which was thought to be particularly advantageous in the lockdown environment. The reason for this is that with Invisalign, it is the patient who actually moves the teeth, and as long as the treatment is going well, there is nothing for the clinic to do. However, this is only true if the aligner fits properly and the mechanics built into the clincheck are functioning as predicted. If patients continue to change aligners without realizing that they are not fitting properly, an "accident" will occur. In other words, it is necessary to monitor the fit of the aligners and whether the predicted tooth movement is being achieved in order to ensure a successful treatment. In this lecture, I will discuss the following topics that can help you achieve safer and more reliable Invisalign treatment by using Dental Monitoring systems.

1. Three keys to successful aligner treatment
2. Choosing tele-orthodontics to ensure more reliable treatment.
3. What tele-orthodontics can do to improve the efficiency of aligner treatment
4. Teamwork required for effective tele- orthodontic treatment and AI support
5. How to keep patients motivated without seeing them directly
By incorporating Dental Monitoring into Invisalign treatment, patients can have a more secure and safe aligner treatment.

Mar 10, 2021 08:00 PM in Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo

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Dr Hirohide Arimoto, Japan
Master member and Instructor: Japanese Academy of Nonextraction Orthodontics @Japanese Academy of Nonextraction Orthodontics
His orthodontic technique is based on Norma Cetlin’s nonextraction treatment, and he is one of the founder members of the Japanese Academy of Nonextraction Orthodontics (JANO). He was an invited speaker at the Scientific Session of American Association of Orthodontists 2002 and received Joseph E Johnson Table Clinic Award as a member of JANO. He is a coauthor of two Japanese books, “Molar Oriented Orthodontics” (2011) and “The Life of Visionary Dentist” (2014). He has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally, teaching courses on subjects with Molar Oriented Orthodontics, Interdisciplinary Treatment, Aligner Treatment, and Sustainable Orthodontics. How recent interest in Accelerated Aligner Treatment with photobiomodulation. He is an active member of Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists, a key opinion leader of Biolux Research, and Invisalign Clinical Speaker.
Dr Rayan Skafi, France
Session Moderator -
Dr Rayan Skafi received his DMD degree from the University of Saint-Joseph where he also earned a certificate of advanced graduate studies in prosthodontics. He worked in a private dental practice for four years before pursuing a master’s degree in biotechnologies management from ESCP Europe in Paris. After that, he started working at Dental Monitoring, a leading innovator of dental technology, as a Clinical Education Officer. Dr. Skafi works closely with global Key Opinion Leaders in the dental industry to develop and implement a strong educational program teaching dental professionals how to adopt innovative technologies, such as AI-driven solutions and teledentistry, in order to evolve their practices. Dr Skafi believes that patient empowerment and technological development are making space for the delocalization of healthcare, requiring not only the adoption of disruptive technologies but also changes in stakeholders’ systems and attitudes.