ISO Season Program Location
The Carlisle Banquet Center
435 East Butterfield Road
Lombard, IL 60148
Located near Yorktown Shopping Center (355-80-Highland interchanges)
Free parking for ISO attendees
2016 - 2017 Hotel Accommodations
ISO has secured a discounted hotel rate of $124.00 single/double (plus tax) at the Hyatt Place Lombard at 2340 S. Fountain Square Drive - Lombard, IL. If you need overnight accommodations for the meeting, call 877-574-7258 and reference your event date and the Illinois Society of Orthodontists rate or to reserve a room online please click on the link below for the meeting you wish to attend.
September 26, 2016: Illinois Society of Orthodontists – September 2016
Reserve by August 25, 2016 for discounted rate.
April 3, 2017: Illinois Society of Orthodontists – April 2017
Reserve by March 2, 2017 for discounted rate.
The Hyatt offers complimentary shuttle upon advance request to/from The Carlisle where the ISO meetings will be held. Reserve your accommodations at least three weeks prior to the meeting date.
2016 - 2017 Season Program Dates
Illinois dental licensure currently requires 48 hours of CE courses every three years. For the most current licensure information, contact the Illinois State Dental Society.
Monday, September 26, 2016
*Indicates financial and/or beneficial interest
G. Kent Mangelson*
Improved Patient Care through Lawsuit Protection and Prevention for Orthodontists
This course teaches proven and effective strategies to prevent and protect against lawsuits, allowing orthodontists the peace of mind necessary to focus on improved patient care. You will learn lawsuit protection strategies most advisors are unaware of.
1. Maintain focus on improved patient care rather than lawsuit defense.
2. Structure practice for lawsuit protection and prevention.
3. Implement legal structures that will reduce liability insurance costs.
Elizabeth M. Barrett*
Practical Practice Management: "GPS" for Orthodontists and their Teams
Just as global positioning satellite systems help us navigate and stay on the best route to our destination; reliable practice management systems keep our orthodontic practices on the right track and away from situations that will impede our progress and impact our ability to provide the excellent patient care that defines our “brand”. This course will present practical methods for risk management in three areas of orthodontic practice management:
Standardized Communication – The Eight Step Discipline
Resource Management – Building Teams for Longevity
Practice Transition – Goal Oriented Planning Protocols
Dr. Mart McClellan and Tim Streid*
Dispelling Financial Myths: How Do Orthodontists Know They Are on the Right Financial Path?
Since orthodontists are not trained in dental school on how to manage money, they make financial decisions throughout their career based on opinions and sales hype. This is the primary reason why less than five percent of orthodontists ever reach their maximum financial potential. In order to be in the top five percent, orthodontists must understand that every financial decision needs to be analyzed in an evidence-based way. Efficiency planning versus traditional planning will place the attendees in this elite group! Macro Wealth Management will share this powerful information from an orthodontist's perspective and do it in an interactive format!!!
Friday, February 24, 2017, ISO Sponsored Lecture at the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting
Sponsored by Carestream Dental
Dr. David Forbes
The Grey Zone: Extending the Range of Healthy Orthodontic Tooth Movement
Orthodontic patients are evaluated for treatment using multiple parameters. Of particular importance is the determination of the skeletal bases and their relationship to the dentoalveolar complex. Between the dentoalveolar and skeletal patients lies the alveoloskeletal patients (grey zone patients) that may benefit by bone augmentation of the alveolar ridge to extend the range of healthy tooth movement. This periodontal procedure fortifies the facial alveolar ridge creating a wider girth for teeth to be moved and remain in bone. The presenter will distinguish the parameters limiting the orthodontic movements and reveal how to treat both Class III and Class II surgical (grey zone) cases without orthognathic surgery and retain a healthy periodontium.
Monday, April 3, 2017
Sponsored by Dentsply GAC
Dr. Eustaquio Araujo
Dealing with Vertical Control in Orthodontics
Orthodontics is dynamic and has been constantly changing especially in relation to technological advances, but old questions do persist “DEALING WITH VERTICAL CONTROL IN ORTHODONTICS” places a special focus on diagnosis, treatment options and mechanics but also it has to do with passion for excellence. This program compiles clinical orthodontics bridging old and new techniques. Our objective is to trigger a reflection on what we believe, do, and teach day in and day out. We hope to be able to stir even more curiosity within each one and revisit ideas and concepts we execute as clinicians with special focus on vertical issues in both extremes, hypo- and hyperdivergence. Class II and Class III mechanics associated with vertical deviations will be thoroughly discussed.
- Review principles of orthodontic mechanics and discuss treatment protocols and alternatives.
- Discuss controversies involving vertical control in hypo- and hyperdivergence.
+In lieu of a third ISO seminar, members are encouraged to attend the 2016 MSO Annual Session to be held November 4 - 5, 2016 in downtown Chicago.
2017 - 2018 Season Program Dates - Mark Your Calendar
Monday, October 2, 2017
Monday, November 6, 2017
Monday, April 9, 2018