The workshop is designed to help attendees better understand how IPR and attachments are integrated into the orthodontic treatment plan, and how to think through different case presentations.
In the final part of this series, Shalin Shah, DMD, MS, explores how interproximal reduction (IPR) and attachments factor into staging, treatment timeline, and patient outcomes. He will discuss when to do IPR, which attachments can be used to express specific orthodontic movements, as well as clinical considerations for applying and adjusting attachments throughout treatment.
The workshop is designed to help attendees better understand how IPR and attachments are integrated into the plan, as well as how to think through different case presentations and overall treatment objectives.
Attendees will receive one CE credit.
Shah owns and operates the Center for Orthodontic Excellence, based in Princeton, NJ, in addition to being a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He has served as part of the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and continues to lecture nationally and internationally for Complete Clinical Orthodontics (CC), Secchi Institute, Roth-Williams Center for Functional Occlusion, and more recently as SureSmile and CDOCs Faculty.