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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 2018 - 2019 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.

Click here to register for the November 5, 2018 lecture

Click here to register for the April 8, 2019 lecture

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.

November 5, 2018: Click Here for November 5, 2018 Meeting Online Hotel Reservation.

April 8, 2019: Click Here for April 8, 2019 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

Current exhibitors include:

November 5, 2018
3M Oral Care
American Orthodontics
Merrill Lynch
Ortho2

April 8, 2019
Invisalign iTero
Merrill Lynch

2018 - 2019 Season Program Dates - Mark Your Calendar

Click here to download the 2018 - 2019 season program at a glance.

November 5, 2018

Lecture from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. includes complimentary Noon luncheon.
Sponsored by 3M Oral Care

Dr. Herbert Hughes

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Dr. Hughes is a second generation orthodontist and third generation dentist in his family. He received his orthodontic degree from Boston University and joined his father in their Alexandria, VA. practice in 1986. His son, Justin, joined the practice in 2016 continuing their unique orthodontic tradition. He is past president of the Virginia Association of Orthodontists and currently serves on the AAO Council on Communications.

Orthodontic Revolution, Treat the Worst First and Master the Magic

Dr. Hughes’ educational and entertaining presentation is action packed, sharing 30 years of practicing orthodontics and performing magic. He will identify today’s challenges to our specialty and discuss real solutions with objectives including:

  • As a member of the AAO Council on Communication, Dr. Hughes will share the current national trends and learn how you can position yourself for success.
  • Become enlighten to the marketing tricks of other companies. What clear choices are you offering your patients?
  • Learn how to utilize combination therapy to treat unique cases with braces and aligners in less time.
  • Demonstrate how to resolve class II malocclusions in the first 6 months of treatment by treating the worst first.
  • Describe the fabrication, installation, monitoring and removal of the Crossbow/Forsus appliance.
  • Explore multiple case examples showing visit by visit mechanics and long-term stability.

Friday, February 22, 2019 - ISO Sponsored Lecture at CDS Midwinter

(Register at www.CDS.org when registration opens in November.)

Dr. Jeff Okeson

Dr. Jeff Okeson

Dr. Okeson is Professor, Division Chief and Director of the Orofacial Pain Program, which he established in 1977. He has more than 240 publications, authored two textbooks on TM disorders and orofacial pain and lectured worldwide on these subjects. He has received numerous awards including the University of Kentucky "Great Teacher Award" and "The International Dentist of the Year Award" from the Academy of Dentistry International.

Maintaining a Healthy Functioning Masticatory System Through Orthodontic Therapy

Orthodontic therapy routinely changes the patient's occlusal condition and this can significantly modify masticatory function. It is important that the goals of these therapies include the development of a sound relationship between the new occlusal position and the functional position of the temporomandibular joints. A discussion will be presented regarding the important functional features of the temporomandibular joints and their relationship to the occlusal position. Controversies regarding the correct joint position will be highlighted along with a discussion of when the occlusal condition is important in TMD.

April 8, 2019

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

Dr. Bart Iwasiuk

Dr Bart Iwasiuk

Dr. Iwasiuk has been in private practice since 2002 and using Invisalign since his residency training. He received his DDS from the University of Toronto and his Orthodontic Certification from the University of Rochester. His interest in multidisciplinary dentistry stems from spending two years at the University of Washington and being influenced by Dr. Frank Spears, Dr. Vincent Kokich and Dr. David Mathews.

Aligner Correction of Malocclusions in all Dimensions: Crowding and Spacing, Deepbite and Openbite, Class II and Class III

Every patient presents with a combination of conditions requiring correction. Orthodontists are responsible for developing a solid orthodontic plan for individual patients; and then expected to adapt and modify the aligners to treat patients with a variety of malocclusions, in an efficient and effective manner. Attendees of this lecture will be able to:

  • Learn the difference between an orthodontic plan and a ClinCheck plan.
  • Learn how to set up Class II and Class III elastics, and how to use them differently in deepbites versus openbites.
  • Identify the types of malocclusions that treat better and faster with aligners, and how to combine aligners with braces in combination treatments for those who may not be best served with full aligner treatment.

2019 - 2020 Season Program Dates

September 23, 2019
November 18, 2019
March 30, 2020