CHATSWORTH, California--The Appliance Therapy Group has announced ATPA 2010, the Seventh Annual Appliance Therapy Practitioners Association Symposium.
The symposium is an education-driven gathering of dental professionals, clinicians and field-related experts to be held March 11-14, 2010, at the Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, Nev.
This year, the symposium will dedicate a day to the emerging frontier of Sleep Appliance Therapy--techniques, tools and trends. There will also be two days devoted to staff training with Anita Jupp to include discussion and application of the principles of team building, goal orchestration, motivation strategies and education essentials, and the art of collaborative promotion, support and success.
"Last year's ATPA Symposium was our most successful ever, value was high, attendance was at record levels," explained ATG CEO Dr. Rob Veis.
"And this time around, we're upping the stakes," he added. "ATPA 2010 will establish new milestones in the sharing of professional ideas, key insights, and bold new profit solutions … and participating doctors can bring their staff along, absolutely free of charge."
Seminar–goers will have the opportunity to earn as many as 27 CE credits and receive certification in the Perio-Protect Method. Method creator Dr. Duane Keller will cover clinical treatment techniques, diagnostic presentations, implementation "how-tos," and provide an overview of how dentists are adding revenues of more than $100,000 each year by integrating this method into their practices.
Attendees will have the opportunity to submit case presentations for display and feedback, participate in hands-on round table sessions, attend in-depth lectures and workshops on topics from minor tooth movement to mouthguards to legal imperatives, and initiate and grow future relationships, programs and partnerships.
They will receive ATPA membership discounts and gain access to Officite--a leading provider of customized dental Web sites and marketing solutions.
Comprised of five divisions and offices in the United States, Canada, Australia, Taiwan and Malaysia, The Appliance Therapy Group (ATG) services more than 150,000 dentists and orthodontists worldwide, providing direct and personal access to everything required for success in appliance therapy – and has been doing it for more than fifty years. The Appliance Therapy Practitioners' Association is an organization of leading dental professionals dedicated to advancing the cause of appliance therapy in our profession and promoting the benefits of appliance therapy to our patients worldwide.
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