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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.

Please note the new ISO office address for forms/checks to 2131 Meadow Valley Dr., Innsbrook, MO 63390.

Click here to download the 2017 - 2018 ISO Season Registration Form.
Please attach a list with the registration form, as needed, with attending staff team members for the November 6 doctor-staff program.

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.

April 9, 2018: Click Here for April 9, 2018 Meeting Online Hotel Reservation Link.

October 1, 2018: Click Here for October 1, 2018 Meeting Online Hotel Reservation.

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

April 9, 2018 Exhibitors
i-CAT (meeting sponsor)
Merrill Lynch
Ortho2
OrthoAccel Technologies
Henry Schein Orthodontics

2017 - 2018 Season Program Dates - Mark Your Calendar

ISO Sponsored Lecture at the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2018

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

Dr. James Hartsfield, Jr.
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Dr. Hartsfield practices as an orthodontist and a clinical geneticist and is currently the E. Preston Hicks Endowed Professor of Orthodontics and Oral Health Research at the University of Kentucky.  He is also Adjunct Professor in the Indiana University School of Dentistry and the School of Medicine; and the Unviersity of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry.

HOW WILL THE REVOLUTION IN GENETICS AND PERSONALIZED MEDICINE AFFECT YOUR LIFE AND PRACTICE?

In a March 2016 editorial, JADA Editor Dr. Michael Glick suggested that “…the inference of an association between genetic mutations and clinical outcomes is a concern that all oral health care professionals (OHCPs) one day need to address. Furthermore, OHCPs will also need to understand and interpret the relevance of the ever-increasing research and literature in the field of genetics and genomics.” The integration of individual genetic assessments into healthcare decisions has been described as “personalized” or “precision” medicine. But, just how precise is it? What types of genetic studies are clinically relevant? In what ways is precision medicine affecting medical care today? Do these applications extend to implantology, oral cancer, periodontology, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and other areas of dentistry and oral medicine? Attending this seminar will give a “practitioner friendly” review of these questions, with insight into what is happening today and what will happen tomorrow.

 MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2018

Lecture from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m includes complimentary Noon luncheon.
Co-sponsored by i-CAT

Moderator: Dr. Ron Jacobson

Dr. Sean K. Carlson

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Dr. Carlson is a Board Certified Orthodontist who received his dental degree from Harvard University in 1994. He received both his Orthodontic Specialty training and his Master of Science degree in Oral Biology from the University of California at San Francisco in 1998. Dr. Carlson is an Associate Professor of Orthodontics at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry and in private practice in Mill Valley, California. Since 1998, Dr. Carlson has served as a Senior Investigator in the Craniofacial Research and Instrumentation Laboratory at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry.

HOW ORTHODONTICS HAS CHANGED FOREVER — USING CBCT TO UNDERSTAND AIRWAY DEVELOPMENT AND MALOCCLUSION PREVENTION

This presentation will focus on three-dimensional imaging in orthodontics and how orthodontists are fully integrating Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) into modern orthodontic practice. It will also describe how CBCT technology is giving orthodontists information that dramatically improves airway health, treatment efficiency, and patient communication.

The creation of a 3-D virtual patient using CBCT imaging is now a reality. Simply focusing on the teeth is underutilizing the power of our orthodontic treatment to improve not only our patient’s smile, but their physical health as well. This presentation will focus on CBCT-Centered Orthodontics and how to integrate CBCT into a modern orthodontic practice. It will also discuss the importance of airway in diagnosis and treatment planning. Dr. Carlson will use numerous case examples to share his story of practice transformation since installing his first CBCT machine in 2008. The advantages of a three-dimensional approach in diagnosis, airway analysis, treatment planning, and patient communication will be discussed. In addition, he will discuss some of the challenges that may make it difficult for clinicians to change from two-dimensional diagnosis to three-dimensional diagnosis and why this change is essential for the future of orthodontics.

 2018-2019 Meeting Season Dates

  • Monday, October 1, 2018
  • Monday, November 5, 2018
  • Monday, April 8, 2019