Drs Stuart L. Frost and John W. Graham will offer their 2-day in-office course focusing on treatment efficiency in a clinical, live patient setting, October 1 to 2, 2015, in Mesa, Ariz.

The course will cover advanced treatment planning principles for improved facial aesthetics, practice and clinical case management strategies, and step-by-step instructions for all phases of treatment utilizing passive self-ligation treatment mechanics and low-force technologies.

Live patient sessions will focus on initial bonding and bracket placement, wire sequencing, finishing techniques, debond and retention protocols, and aesthetic soft tissue recontouring.

The course is open to both doctors and staff and is available for 13 CE credits.

Frost is a Damon System Mentor and lectures and trains orthodontists worldwide on the technology of passive self-ligation mechanics. He practices in Mesa, Ariz, and is also a part-time associate clinical professor at the University of the Pacific orthodontic program.

Graham frequently lectures worldwide on advanced orthodontic treatment philosophies. He has patents on a number of orthodontic treatment devices and has co-authored several orthodontic textbook chapters. Graham practices in Litchfield Park, Ariz, and Salt Lake City, Utah. He is one of the few orthodontists in the United States who is also a physician.