Assessment, Diagnosis & Records Compact Course
What you will learn
- How to carry out a full orthodontic assessment
- Why your assessments are crucial when choosing cases
- Why and how you should take the right orthodontic records
Why you need this course
Are you carrying out any form of orthodontic treatment?
This course teaches you everything you need to do to make your diagnostic and record taking defensible.
Whether you are just starting your journey into orthodontics or have been doing it for a while, this course is invaluable.
The Assessment Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Course is the starting point and foundation for all orthodontic journeys irrespective of appliances used and how much tooth movement is planned.
The assessment, diagnosis and planning taught by Prof Hobson is a comprehensive and reproducible pathway for our patients.
About this course
In this short course, you will learn the step by step process of orthodontic assessment and diagnosis and taking the appropriate records. Getting these basics right is fundamental to getting the best results for your patients.
The course will teach you how to undertake an orthodontic assessment as a specialist would.
Prof. Ross Hobson
Prof. Ross Hobson is the former chair in orthodontics at the University of central Lancaster. He was the first dentist to be awarded the prestigious Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and has also been awarded a BDA fellowship in recognition of his contribution to dentistry.
Ross has published more than 60 refereed articles on orthodontics, hypodontia, dental materials and education.
He is co-founder of Windmill Orthodontic Group, a seven-strong group of clinics which were the North East’s first private multidisciplinary specialist practices.
- Fellowship from Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow, Edinburgh and England
- Published over 60 refereed articles on orthodontics and dental education
- Awarded BDA Fellowship in recognition of contribution to the dental profession
- Senior Lecturer/Consultant and Head of Department at Newcastle upon Tyne University