Stuart_FrostStuart Frost, DDS, will present a complimentary webinar, titled “Accelerate Your Practice: Case Management Principles for Accelerated Treatment,” on December 11, 2015. Hosted live via, the webinar is open to orthodontists, treatment coordinators, clinical assistants, and all practice staff interested in learning more about accelerated orthodontics.

Participants who complete the complimentary webinar and subsequent exam will receive one CE credit accredited by the American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program.

Frost owns Frost Orthodontics, located in Mesa, Ariz. He has been a featured speaker at the National Damon Forum since 2000 and trains orthodontists around the world on passive self-ligation orthodontics.

In the webinar, Frost will provide consultation techniques for practice teams to implement when discussing accelerated orthodontic treatment options with patents. Frost is an early adopter of AcceleDent®, an FDA-cleared, Class II medical device that, according to the manufacturer OrthoAccel Technologies Inc, speeds up orthodontic tooth movement by as much as 50%. Frost’s lecture will highlight how accelerated treatment can eliminate the need for surgery, improve treatment outcomes, and reduce compliance issues. Frost will also show patient case studies that illustrate successful clinical results with AcceleDent.

“There are many clinical advantages to offering accelerated orthodontic treatment and it’s important that practice teams know how to communicate these advantages so that patients make informed decisions and commence treatment without delay,” said Frost who is an associate professor at the University of the Pacific School of Orthodontics. “We know that patients are eager to get the smile of their dreams in half the time and we also know that patients want sound clinical evidence about their recommended orthodontic treatment plan. My goal for this webinar is to help orthodontic teams become more confident in talking to patients about the many benefits of accelerated treatment.”

Registration for the webinar is available at