202102dec2:00 pm5:00 pmAre we there yet? Reaching your destination on time with computer programmed sequential aligners2:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT+11:00) View in my timeLevel 3, 10 Yarra Street Event Organized By: ADA VB Discipline:OrthodonticsFormat:In-Person
Explore the increasing efficiencies in monitoring and finishing procedures with computer programmed sequential aligners. Traditionally, finishing is the final and most challenging aspect of orthodontic treatment.
Explore the increasing efficiencies in monitoring and finishing procedures with computer programmed sequential aligners.
Traditionally, finishing is the final and most challenging aspect of orthodontic treatment. Everything needs to come together in terms of clinical outcome and patient expectations, in a reasonable timeline. Join Dr Vlaskalic as she suggests effective preparation, monitoring and finishing measures to allow you to reach your treatment goals in a more efficient and effective manner.
You will learn to:
- Identify key areas affecting our finishing timeline
- Implement strategies that increase efficiency
- Troubleshoot finishing issues with clear aligners
- Recognise management strategies to improve patient expectations and experience.
Speakers for this event
Dr Vicki Vlaskalic
Dr Vicki Vlaskalic
Dr Vicki Vlaskalic received both her Bachelor of Dental Science and Master of Dental Science degrees at the University of Melbourne, Australia. As recipient of the Australian Society of Orthodontists’ Sam Bulkley research fellowship, she spent 2 years teaching and researching at UCLA and then travelled to San Francisco where she became Assistant Professor at the University of the Pacific. In 1997, Dr. Vlaskalic acted as co-investigator with Professor Robert Boyd in the original feasibility study of the Invisalign appliance, becoming one of the first orthodontists in the world to develop and use the system. Together, they authored the first article on Invisalign in the Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, 2000. During her 6 years at Pacific, Dr. Vlaskalic received several awards, including 3 from the American Association of Orthodontists Foundation. Aside from Invisalign, Dr. Vlaskalic is published in topics including measurement of orthodontic outcomes and root resorption, as well as presenting abstracts and papers at IADR and international orthodontic meetings. She has been instrumental in the introduction of Invisalign into many countries, including the USA, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, China and more recently Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Since returning to Melbourne, Dr. Vlaskalic works in her orthodontic specialty practice as an Invisalign Platinum Provider and as a clinical instructor at the University of Melbourne where she collaborates with students and faculty researching various aspects of the Invisalign System. Vicki can be contacted at V Orthodontics, 870 Toorak Road, Hawthorn East, 3123, PH (03) 9822 8750.
ADA VBThe Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch (ADAVB) is the professional association of Victorian dentists. We aim to improve the dental health of all Victorians, promote the highest standards of professional dental care and enhance the professional lives of our members. We support and advocate on behalf of dentists to build a stronger voice for our profession and to promote the oral health of Victorians. We listen to the concerns of Victorian dentists, monitor the impacts on our profession and focus on the priorities identified by our members.[email protected] Level 3, 10 Yarra St, South Yarra VIC 3141
(Thursday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT+11:00) View in my time
ADA member: $220.00 , Recent graduate member: $160.00 , Recent graduate non-member: $208.00 and Non-member: $390.00