All courses are held at the RCIE campus in Clifton and are AGD/PACE certified.
Now that the ADA has announced that dentists should know about the new Airway paradigm, it's time we all become involved in helping children develop with better faces and airways. Come see how dentistry and orthodontics will change for the better.
Come to Clifton for cheap, or watch online for less cheap. AND you get 2 CEU's (AGDPace). Snacks!
Also a great introduction to the Airway Orthodontics for the Orthodontic Specialist
Feb 13, 2019 7:30-9:30 , EST
Increasingly the public is demanding an alternative to symptom & disease management. The goal of this course is to give an approach to the patient's dental health that is grounded in global wellness. We will look beyond teeth, gums, muscles, and joints to overall patient well-being.
Session I: The Cause of Airway-Related
Session II: The Assessment
Session III: The Treatment
Session IV: The Practice
Participants may join the course mid-cycle and finish in the next.
64 hours AGDPace (for all four sessions in total)
The relevance of the airway to all aspects of dentistry is becoming more apparent as we struggle with the compensations created by poor breathing and sleep. In this course, dentists will learn how to recognize Airway-Centered Diseases and about the various treatment approaches being used today. An argument for Medically Indicated Orthodontic Care will be made. (Guest Faculty as available).
Ask about discounts for residents and AMR attendees!
Traditional orthodontics is a mechanical affair. Quantum orthodontics works with the body to heal itself.
The illustrious Dr. Gavin James will show you an approach to straightening teeth using the ALF appliance that will also improve overall health in a way that is as revolutionary to orthodontics as Einstein's theory was to Newtonian physics.
This is a hands-on course with patient demonstrations.
May the force be with you!
Early Bird Special up until May 21. Use code:
There has been a lot of discussion about Tethered Oral Tissues over the past decade. How do they limit function? How are they assessed? And, certainly, when and how are they revised?
ENT Soroush Zaghi has become a leading voice in this discussion. Come hear his answers and, hopefully, a live demonstration of his technique.
Early Bird Special
runs until Oct 8, 2018
Use code: Earlybird2018
Learn an easy way to train daytime breathing to your patients to improve their sleep, reduce their sympathetic overdrive, and encourage overall health.
This two-part online program teaches the theory and practical application of breath training.
Up to 8 CEU for both parts of the course.
Dr. Barry Gillespie began to practice "whole body" dentistry decades ago, addressing the craniosacral fascial system in his overall treatment (see www.gillespieapproach.com). Recently, he has focused on working with infants. This course will include clinical demonstrations on children, infants, and participants.
In this session, SLP's will learn how to keep babies and young children (birth to age 2-years) on track to prevent or reduce life-long feeding, speech, and mouth development problems. There are many children on our caseloads who were born with typically developing mouths but then something went wrong (particularly in the first year). These children develop low tongue resting positions, high narrow palates, small nasal airways, feeding and speech problems, etc. These difficulties could be avoided if parents and caregivers used appropriate feeding, speech, and mouth development techniques and activities beginning at birth. Prevention is the key, and my goal is to help you do that!
This short course will help the GP beef up the skills needed to enter the expanding pediatric market. Technique and behavioral management skills are taught by the former chairman of the Mt Sinai School of Medicne Pediatric Dentistry program.
IBCLCs! Join us for a 2-day intensive Master Class as we present, discuss and explore the various tricks, tools, resources, interventions and innovative techniques that we can utilize as IBCLCs in supporting the habilitation of the breastfeeding dyad in overcoming oral dysfunction.
While others are debating the relative value of "Early Treatment Orthodontics", we know that this approach has nothing to do with the teeth and everything to do with the growing face, the airway, and being able to get a good night's sleep.
Drs. Boyd, Evans and Raphael will describe the approaches they use in their respective practices to help young children grow to their utmost NATURAL potential.
Dr. Loghmanee will address the airway and sleep issues from a medical perspective that reinforces the need for early treatment.
The course will incorporate laser physics and will detail the use of lasers in periodontology, implantology, fixed and removable prosthetics, pedodontics/orthodontics, oral surgery, and more. The course will include clinical videos and the in-depth discussion of settings and techniques for laser surgical procedures, such as periodontal pocket therapy, frenectomies, gingivectomies, crown lengthenings, biopsies, and others.
Each participant will get hands-on experience, performing surgical laser procedures on in-vitro models.
The 2-day course expands the scope of oral preventative healthcare where dental practitioners will learn to model chronic disease as a result of diet and nutritional lifesyle factors.
Understand functional oral disease intervention.
Feel confident in integrating dietary modification.
Alter the disease risks for your patients.
Raphael Center for Integrative Education is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. The current term of approval extends from 5/1/2015 to 4/30/2018. Provider ID#364272