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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. Each one-day ISO meeting lecture provides 6 CEUs.

Registration Information

Contact: association.info@icloud.com or call 636-745-3008 for more information.

Registration for the 2019 - 2020 lecture series may be done online with a credit card on these links.
Registration includes plated lunch and morning break with 6 continuing education credits per lecture.

Season Pass holders do not need to register for each meeting. Season Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable.

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

Registration
Lecture

7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Includes complimentary plated luncheon

Hotel Accommodations - Reserve Online:

ISO has secured a discounted hotel rate 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 23, 2019: Click Here for Meeting Online Hotel Reservation.

November 18, 2019: Click Here for Meeting Online Hotel Reservation.

March 30, 2020: Click Here for Meeting Online Hotel Reservation.

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.

ISO Lecture Table Top Exhibit Opportunities

Attendees increase your networking opportunities with even more of your orthodontic supplier partner local representatives on-hand at table top exhibits in the lecture foyer.
Suppliers may CLICK HERE to download the EXHIBIT application.
Contact: association.info@icloud.com or call 636-745-3008 for more information

2019 - 2020 Season Program Dates - Mark Your Calendar

2019 - 2020 Programs

September 23, 2019 

Lecture from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. includes complimentary Noon luncheon.
Sponsored by 3M
Dr. Shane Langley

Langley

Dr. Langley has practiced orthodontics full time in Daphne, Alabama since 2009. He has served various positions on the faculty of the orthodontic department at the University of Alabama where he earned his orthodontic certificate and Master's degree.

Treatment of Complex Orthodontic Cases Using Esthetic and Efficient Solutions
Dr. Langley will share how he differentiated his practice to a patient centric focus while providing outstanding treatment outcomes. This involves maintaining the orthodontic specialty through excellence in treatment and providing value added services that help raise the bar for his patients. With the shift to esthetic demands form our patients, orthodontists no longer need to sacrifice clinical success for esthetic treatment. Vertical control and intra-arch protraction and retraction cases using TAD's will be presented along with topics around Class II corrections and cuspid substitution.

Learn how to:

  • Understand why a patient centric practice is important and how you can differentiate yourself in a competitive market.
  • Treat complex cases using esthetic ceramic brackets.
  • Explore the biomechanics of vertical control of anterior open bites and intra-arch protraction of molars in bilateral and unilateral congenitally missing lower 5’s and full arch retraction for Class III correction utilizing TADs.
  • Identify the principles of Class II correction – unilateral and bilateral, single arch extraction of upper 4’s vs. 5’s and surgical planning and preparation.
  • Describe the principles, planning and execution of cuspid substitution.

November 18, 2019 

Lecture from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. includes complimentary Noon luncheon.
Sponsored by Ormco 
Dr. Stuart Frost

Frost

Dr. Frost practiced general dentistry for five years and completed a one-year fellowship in Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction before received his certificate in orthodontics from University of Rochester/Eastman Dental center. For the past decade, Dr. Frost has been a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Pacific Orthodontic program and has frequently lectured at University of Rochester/Eastman Dental Center and AT STILL orthodontic programs. He recently published his book titled The Artist Orthodontist.

"Artistry in Orthodontics”. The 5 Keys to Creating Beautiful Esthetic to Grow your Practice. 

Dr. Frost will discuss five key aspects that will help you finish your cases with more beautiful results than ever. These key aspects include treatment planning your cases around the upper incisor for maximum facial beauty and smile design, buccal arch width and upright posterior segments, bracket placement for esthetic smile arc creation and hard and soft tissue contouring at the end of treatment.

Learn how to:

  • Define key aspects that will help you finish your cases more beautiful than ever. 
  • Use these keys to visualize the finish before you ever put a bracket on a tooth. 
  • Use hard and soft tissue contouring to take your finishes to a new level. 
  • Understand how you can use your beautiful finishes to grow your practice through social media and other avenues.

February 21, 2020

ISO sponsored lecture at Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting. 
Register directly after Nov. 1 with CDS at https://www.cds.org

Dr. Lou Chmura 

Chmura

Dr. Chmura completed his DDS and MS in orthodontics at the University of Michigan in 1987.  He is an ABO diplomate and is active in a number of national orthodontic study clubs and associations. He is an early adopter of technology and has written a number or professional articles and a chapter on the Uses of a Soft Tissue Laser in Orthodontics.  He has over 80 professional presentations designed to help orthodontists integrate innovative and useful tools and techniques into their practices.   He has maintained a private orthodontic practice in Marshall, Michigan since 1991.

Orthodontic Strategies for Improving Airway/OSA

We only diagnose what we see and we only see what we’re looking for. If you want to take your practice to the next level, you must make seeing the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea (airway problems) a routine part of your diagnosis and your treatments must become airway-friendly. We will summarize the critical importance of becoming airway-friendly in this introductory lecture. Included will be techniques and tactics for screening, testing and obtaining a diagnosis of sleep apnea, options for treatment and working with a team to treat OSA and airway problems.

Learn how to:

  • Screen for breathing problems.
  • Realize there is no cookbook approach to treating airway problems orthodontically.
  • Understand in most instances, it takes an interdisciplinary team to effectively treat airway problems.

March 30, 2020 

Lecture from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. includes complimentary Noon luncheon.
Sponsored by Invisalign iTero
Dr. Willy Dayan

Dayan

Dr. Dayan received his DDS from the University of Toronto in 1986. Following a year of general practice residency at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital and two years in private general practice, he returned to the University of Toronto and completed his diploma in Orthodontics in 1991. 

The Ideal Orthodontic Plan is Not Always Ideal Class I Occlusion

How to Customize Orthodontic Treatment Plans and Aligner Bio-Mechanics to be Patient Specific. 

As orthodontic clinicians it is our responsibility to measure patient conditions and recommend appropriate orthodontic solutions for their individual circumstances. Often this means that the single objective of Class I posterior occlusion with all teeth present and aligned with ideal torque across the entire dental arches is not suited for every patient. Learn how to customize our orthodontic objectives for individual patients and their unique circumstances, and then how to express this orthodontic plan into customized aligner therapy.

Learn how to:

  • Customize orthodontic objectives for patients and customize the aligner bio-mechanics to express this plan.
  • Manipulate the 3D ClinCheck Software tools to bend your aligners like you bend wires.
  • Diagnostic criteria that will help you identify the patients who will benefit more from aligner based orthodontics then traditional wire/braces orthodontics, and how to customize those aligners for them.

2020 - 2021 Season Program Dates

Hold your calendar for these future lectures:

*October 2 - 3, 2020 In lieu of an ISO meeting please plan to attend the Midwestern Society of Orthodontists to be held in downtown Chicago.

November 2, 2020

April 12, 2021