Appliance Therapy ATPS 2011

Sept. 14, 2010
The Eighth Annual Appliance Therapy Practitioners Association Symposium is scheduled March 10-March 13, 2011, at the Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, Nev.

LOS ANGELES, California--Appliance Therapy Group has announced that in addition to dedicating a day to exploring the emerging new frontier of dental sleep medicine, ATPA 2011 will focus on pediatric dentistry and cosmetic dentistry/minor tooth movement for the general dentist.

Also of note: Participating doctors are invited to bring their staff, two of which will be able to attend the symposium free of charge.

The Eighth Annual Appliance Therapy Practitioners Association Symposium is an education-driven gathering of dental professionals, clinicians and field-related experts. The symposium is scheduled for March 10-13, 2011, at the Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, Nev.

The four days of lectures, instruction, and workshops will include presentations such as Appliance Therapy and Treatment of OSA by Dr. Ronald Prehn; William F. Waggoner DDS, MS on Secrets & Solutions for Improving Pediatric Practice; Dr. Rick DePaul Jr. on Fast, Fixed, Invisible Orthodontics: Lingual PowerProx Six Month Braces; and the TMJ and Sleep Therapy Centre International’s Colette Settle presenting and explaining the new TMnDX Software.

Keynote Speaker/NFL Hall-of-Famer Mike Haynes will share the details of his new pilot program (in association with the Academy for Sports Dentistry and the Appliance Therapy Group) and associated multi-tiered, practice-building opportunities for dental professionals worldwide. Expert Joy Howard will provide a “what-and-how-to-do” overview on OSHA compliance and California dental law; and Dr. Rob Veis will introduce cosmetic tooth movement for adults. Returning by popular demand, there will be again be a breakfast roundtable Q & A with the experts.

“Sleep, peds, and cosmetic minor tooth movement are arguably the largest growth areas in dentistry today,” explained Dr. Veis, Appliance Therapy Group CEO. "ATPA’s focused, in-depth approach addresses the desire of dentists to explore and master the practice-building opportunities inherent in these key disciplines.”

Seminar-goers will have the opportunity to earn as many as 42 Continuing Education credits, including certification opportunities for Dr. Duane C. Keller’s Perio-Protec® Method and Dr. Dave Singh’s DNA Appliance System, as well as submit case presentations for display and feedback, attend in-depth lectures and workshops on topics ranging from pediatric success secrets to minor tooth movement, mouthguard innovation to legal imperatives, and initiate and grow future relationships, programs, and partnerships.

The Appliance Therapy Group is comprised of five divisions and offices in the United States, Canada, Australia, Taiwan, and Malaysia. It services more than 150,000 dentists and orthodontists worldwide, providing direct and personal access for success in appliance therapy.

The Appliance Therapy Practitioners’ Association is an organization of dental professionals dedicated to advancing the cause of appliance therapy in the profession while promoting the benefits of appliance therapy to patients worldwide.

For more information on the ATPA symposium, visit or call (800) 423-3270.

To read more about the Appliance Therapy Group, go to Appliance Therapy Group.

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