ABOUT THIS EVENT

Dr. David Paquette will reveal how the dynamic engineering of the SLX 3D ™ Clear and Metal Bracket System overcomes the challenges of previous appliances. With the recent introduction of the M-Series Wire System and a dramatic reduction of repositioning appointments, Dr. Paquette has shortened treatment times and produced extraordinary clinical results. With this revolutionary passive self-ligation system, you can ensure maximum fit with better control, fewer adjustments, and faster, consistent finishing. Dr. Paquette’s clinical results will challenge your views on the traditional practice workflow, while demonstrating how to create long-term aesthetics results with minimal extractions.

In this seminar, you will:
– Experience the benefits of the SLX 3D Clear and Metal Bracket System engineering and manufacturing processes that provide predicable, consistent, aesthetic treatment results.
– Access new protocols to reduce repositioning and finishing appointments with this revolutionary passive self-ligation design.
– Learn how to reduce average treatment times with a minimum-touch, high-efficiency M-Series wires and workflow.

Note: Courtesy Content – No CE credits will be provided.

Dr. Dave Paquette received his dental degree from UNC School of Dentistry in 1979 and a Master’s in Pediatric Dentistry from UNC in 1983. His Master’s thesis won a national research award that same year. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. He obtained his Master’s degree and specialty certificate in Orthodontics from St. Louis University in 1990. Dr. Paquette’s Master’s thesis in Orthodontics won the coveted Milo Hellman Award in 1991. He is an active member of the Schulman Group. Dr. Paquette is passionate about advancing the art and science of Orthodontics. He has published numerous articles and lectures nationally and internationally.

September 25, 2020

9:30am-10:30am AEST (Australia) /

Live Webinar

Australia

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