Invisalign will hold a CE webinar focused on its new Moderate Package. The Moderate Package, introduced in response to growing consumer demand for clear aligner treatment, provides a new option to treat patients whose needs fall in between the Invisalign Lite and Comprehensive Packages.

The 90-minute webinar will be held Friday, December 6 at 12:00 pm ET. Attendees will be eligible for two CE credits upon completion of the webinar.

Bill Kottemann, DDS, of Kottemann Orthodontics in Maple Grove, Minn, and René Sterental, DDS, global clinical development director at Align Technology Inc, in San Jose, Calif, will review several typical orthodontic cases ranging from mild to complex with recommendations on how to approach product selection from a clinical and financial perspective.

The webinar, part of Invisalign’s Ask the Expert series, will help attendees understand:

  • What are the details of the current Invisalign treatment product portfolio
  • What are clinical differences between the products
  • Typical case types and recommended product selection

Kottemann reached the level of Top 1% Invisalign Provider in 2010, providing Invisalign treatment to his patients since 2000. He has been in private practice since 1978, and currently practices with his two sons. Kottemann has treated over 2,500 patients with Invisalign. He has presented more than 400 lectures throughout the United States, Canada, China, Brazil and France, including four Invisalign Summits in the United States and one in Singapore. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and holds two patents related to esthetic orthodontic wires.  

Sterental, who has worked at Align Technology since February 2003, is involved in all the treatment planning initiatives for Invisalign, including the development of ClinCheck Pro and ClinCheck Web software. He is also a member of the Align Technology Faculty Team and lectures extensively. Prior to joining Align Technology, Sterental worked in private practice as an orthodontist in Caracas, Venezuela, from 1989 to 2002 and as a general dentist from 1984 to 1989.

To register or learn more about this event, click here.