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Less than 70 in composite score final assessment 60

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less than 70% in composite score --Final Assessment (60% of composite score) • Multiple choice format 60% Information-based questions 40% Case-based questions Approximately 50 questions COURSE SCHEDULE WEEK TITLE OF SESSION TOPICS COVERED LEARNING OBJECTIVES Feb 8 th (Friday) Orthodontic Treatment History of orthodontics; need and demand for orthodontic treatment; orthodontic diagnosis To discuss the need and demand for orthodontic treatment Feb 15 th (Friday) Biology of Orthodontic and Orthopedic Movement Biology of orthodontic tooth movement; physiological response to pressure; biology of orthopedic movement; growth modification; functional appliances To distinguish between orthodontic problems of skeletal origin and orthodontic problems of dental origin To describe the biological mechanisms that promote modification of the growth of craniofacial structures To describe the biological mechanisms that occur during dental and skeletal movement Feb 22 nd (Friday) Fixed Orthodontic Appliances Components of fixed orthodontic appliance therapy To recognize common fixed appliances To understand how fixed appliances work Mar 8 th (Friday) Removable Orthodontic Appliances Removable appliances Clear aligners To recognize common removable orthodontic appliances To understand how removable appliances work
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Mar 15 th (Friday) Orthodontic Triage
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  • Fall '15
  • shane mcmahan
  • Orthodontics, Orthodontic technology, Orthodontic Foundations

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