GRAYSLAKE, Round Lake AND GURNEE, ILLINOIS – Our very own Dr. Michael Stosich had the pleasure of speaking at the first SureSmile Doctor Symposium in Dallas Feb. 21-23.
This inaugural event held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel was the result of requests by experienced SureSmile doctors. It served as a networking and learning event emphasizing peer-to-peer learning through expert case presentations and moderated small group discussion. Approximately 120 orthodontists from throughout the United States, Canada, Japan and Australia attended.
Dr. Stosich spoke on the topic of efficient orthodontics – Treating Adult Patients in 12 Months or Less.
“This event provided an excellent opportunity for orthodontists from throughout the world to learn about advanced SureSmile techniques,” says Dr. Stosich, who treats adults and children at our practice.
Symposium organizers asked Dr. Stosich to participate in the event because he is an experienced SureSmile user. He is the only university-trained orthodontist in the United States to have received advanced, personalized training from the inventor of SureSmile.
“It’s an honor to share with others the knowledge I’ve gained in this field,” says the Gurnee expert of affordable braces. “SureSmile is an excellent system that addresses a wide range of malocclusions. It’s a powerful tool in the hands of a well-trained orthodontist.”
SureSmile makes it possible for an orthodontist to visually define the appropriate positioning of the teeth, according to the company’s website. SureSmile technology calculates the customizations necessary to bring to fruition the orthodontist’s plan. Then a robot is used to precisely bend the patient’s archwires. All of this combines to provide treatment results in record time. This technology actually cuts treatment time by about 40 percent, while also improving the quality of the results.
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