OBI expands regional training sites

Jan. 11, 2008
Training programs offered are based on orognathic analysis.

WACO, Texas--OBI Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry is making access to its training more accessible by providing regional training sites for its four-level programs.

Level II courses, focusing on bioesthetic eiagnosis, will be offered in Waco during February, March, and April. Beginning with Session 1 on Feb. 15 and 16, Level II is a three-session interactive course designed to enhance dentists' and specialists' diagnostic skills concerning chewing system problems.

All courses offered by OBI are predicated on natural, living chewing systems, making bioesthetic dentistry the vanguard for true "Health Based Care."

OBI's time-tested principles serve as the basis for diagnosis and treatment of dental problems that affect the head, neck, and adjacent systems, as well as a person's general well-being. It is for progressive dentists of all disciplines dedicated to providing the best results for their patients.

OBI's 4:1 student-to-faculty ratio is unparalleled in the industry. To learn more about OBI, call (800) 438-6441, or visit OBI Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry.

For more information on programs offered in Waco, contact Summit Dental Lab at (800) 955-1051 or visit Summit Dental.