may, 2018

2018sat05may10:30 amsat11:15 amChallenging Interdisciplinary Cases Treated With Clear AlignersAAO Lecture Given By Dr. William Dayan, DDS, CertOrtho10:30 am - 11:15 am EDT Walter E. Washington Convention Center


Event Details

Orthodontic treatment is about much more than just “straight teeth”, and this is most evident in pre-prosthetic and pre-restorative cases. The goal in pre-prosthetic and pre-restorative cases is to create a foundation where the restorative dentist can then build a beautiful and functional smile without compromise. Aligner orthodontics, when understood and planned appropriately can be a more effective and more efficient mode of treatment for selected cases, and thus become the preferred means of treatment for the orthodontist and patient. Learn to move roots apart to prepare for implants, intrude over-erupted anterior and posterior teeth, level the occlusal plane and many more specialized movements with Aligner Orthodontics.

Learning Objectives
Recognize those cases that are better served by Aligner Orthodontics.
Plan proper bio-mechanical principals in Aligner Orthodontics to support challenging tooth movements.
Accurately plan final implant positions and sometimes place them prior to orthodontic treatment to aid in orthodontic anchorage.

Speaker: Dr. William Dayan, DDS, CertOrtho

Dr. William Dayan received his DDS from the University of Toronto in 1986. Following a year of general practice residency at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital and two years in private general practice, he returned to the University of Toronto and completed his diploma in Orthodontics in 1991. Dr. Dayan attends the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education.  Over the last 10 years Dr. Dayan has lectured worldwide about Aligner Orthodontics, and how to get great results in all types of cases.  He himself has treated over 3,000 cases, and coached over 10,000 ClinChecks for other clinicians.


(Saturday) 10:30 am - 11:15 am EDT


Walter E. Washington Convention Center

801 Mt. Vernon Place NW

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