Dr
Vincent Kokich

Wykład:

"Znaczenie prawidłowej komunikacji i kreatywnego planowania leczenia w złożonych przypadkach ortodontycznych"

Warsztat:

“Zespół Interdyscyplinarny: osiąganie sukcesu estetycznego u pacjenta orto-protetycznego”    

CV

Dr Vincent Kokich

VINCENT OBREN KOKICH JR.

Birthdate: February 15, 1970

Education
Santa Clara University 1992 B.S. Psychology
Tufts University 1996 D.M.D. Dentistry
University of Washington 1999 M.S.D. Orthodontics

Private Practice
Tacoma, Washington, 1999-present
Faculty Appointments
Univ of Washington Orthodontics Affiliate Asst. Professor 1999- present

Hospital Appointments
Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
Dental Intern 1996-1997
Veteran’s Administration Hospital, Seattle, Washington
Dental Intern 1996-1997
University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
Dental Intern 1996-1997
Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, Tacoma, Washington
Cleft Palate Review Board 1999-

Memberships and Offices
American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry
American Association of Orthodontists
Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists
American Dental Association
Charles H. Tweed Foundation
College of Diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontics
Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists
Pierce County Dental Society
Washington State Dental Association
Washington State Society of Orthodontists

Licenses — Washington
Honor Societies
Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society, 1996

Professional Service
Scientific Program Chair – 2005 Pierce County Dental Society –
Annual Spring meeting
Editorial Board, Advanced Esthetics and Interdisciplinary Dentistry (2005-pres)
Pierce County Dental Society Board of Trustees (2002-2005)
Scientific Program Chair – 2016 Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists –
Annual Meeting

Awards
Tufts Academic Merit Scholarship, 1993
Tufts Academic Merit Scholarship, 1994
Tufts Academic Merit Scholarship, 1995
Dr. Richard Delson Award in Periodontics/Prosthodontics, 1996
Charles L. Pincus Award for Clinical Research, American Academy of
Esthetic Dentistry, 1998

Teaching Responsibilities
Gross Human Anatomy Tutor, 1993-1994
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, 1999-2001
University of Washington, Dept. of Orthodontics, 2000-present
Charles H. Tweed Foundation, 2002-present

Publications
Book Chapters

1. Kokich VG, Spear FM, Kokich Jr. VO: Maximizing Anterior Esthetics: An
Interdisciplinary Approach. IN: Frontiers of Dental and Facial Esthetics,
Ed. J.A. McNamara, Craniofacial Growth Series, Center for Human
Growth and Development. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan.
pps 1-18. 2001.
2. Kokich VG, Kokich Jr. VO: Orthodontic Therapy for the Periodontal-
Restorative Patient. IN: Periodontics: Medicine, Surgery, and Implants,
Ed. LF Rose, BL Mealy, Elsevier Mosby. St Louis, Missouri. pps 718-
744. 2004.
3. Kokich VG, Kokich Jr. VO. Interrelationship of orthodontics with
periodontics and restorative dentistry. IN: Biomechanics and
Orthodontics, R. Nanda, Ed. Saunders and Co.
4. Kokich Jr. VO, Kinzer GA. Congenitally Missing Lateral Incisors. IN: Art
of Smile, Ed. R Ramano, N Bichacho, B Touati. Quintessence Publishing
Co., London, England. pps 167-186. 2005.

Scientific Articles
1. Kokich Jr. VO, Kiyak HA and Shapiro PA: Comparing the Perception of
Dentists and Lay People to Altered Dental Esthetics. J. Esthet. Dent.
11:311-324. 1999.
2. Kokich Jr. VO, Kokich VG: Comparing the Perception of Dentists and Lay
People to Altered Dental Esthetics – Part II: Unilateral Discrepancies. Am.
J. Orthod. and Dentofacial Orthop. (IN PRESS)
3. Kokich Jr. VO: Class I malocclusion with a carious mandibular incisor and
no Bolton discrepancy. Am. J. Orthod. and Dentofacial Orthop. 118:107-
13. 2000.
4. Kokich Jr. VO: Congenitally Missing Teeth: Orthodontic Management in
the Adolescent Patient. Am. J. Orthod. and Dentofacial Orthop. 121:594-
595. 2002.
5. Kokich Jr. VO: Early Management of Congenitally Missing Teeth. Semin
Orthod. 11(3):146-151. 2005
6. Kokich Jr. VO, Kinzer GA. Managing Congenitally Missing Lateral
Incisors, Part I: Canine Substitution. J Esthet. Rest Dent. 17(1):5-10.
2005
7. Kokich Jr. VO, Kinzer GA. Managing Congenitally Missing Lateral
Incisors, Part II: Tooth Supported Restorations. J Esthet. Rest Dent.
17(2):76-84. 2005.
8. Kokich Jr. VO, Kinzer GA. Managing Congenitally Missing Lateral
Incisors, Part III: Single-Tooth Implants. J Esthet. Rest Dent. 17(4):202-
210. 2005.
9. Kokich Jr. VO. Comparing the Perception of Dentists and Lay People to
Altered Dental Esthetics. Advanced Esthetics and Interdisciplinary
Dentistry. 1(1):20-33. 2005. (Reprint)
10. Kokich Jr. VO, Kokich VG, Kiyak HA. Perceptions of Dental Professionals
and Lay Persons to Altered Dental Esthetics: Asymmetric and Symmetric
Situations. Am J Orthod and Dentofac Orthop. 130(2):141-151. 2006.
11. Kokich Sr. VG, Kokich Jr. VO. Congenitally Missing Mandibular Second
Premolars: Clinical Options. Am J Orthod and Dentofac Orthop. Oct;
130(4): 437-444. 2006.
12. Kokich Sr. VG, Kokich Jr. VO. Congenitally Missing Mandibular Second
Premolars: Clinical Options. Advanced Esthetics and Interdisciplinary
Dentistry. June; 3(2): 2-12. 2007.
13. Janakievski J, Kokich Jr. VO, Kinzer GA. Interdisciplinary Collaboration:
An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for Patients with Compromised
Dental Aesthetics. Int J Esthet Dent. 2015. (IN PRESS)
Review Articles Published in Foreign Journals

Review Articles
1. Kokich Sr. VG, Kokich Jr. VO. Empfehlungen zur Interdisziplinaren
Zusammenarbeit von Kieferorthopade, Parodontologe und Prothetiker
(Interrelationship of Orthodontics with Periodontics and Restorative
Dentistry). Informationen aus Orthodontie & Kieferorthopadie. 38: 59-82.
2006.
2. Kokich Jr. VO, Treatment of a Class I malocclusion with a carious
mandibular incisor and no Bolton discrepancy. Am J Orthod and
Dentofac Orthop. Jul; 118(1): 107-13. 2000.
3. Kokich Jr. VO. Congenitally missing teeth:
Orthodontic management in the adolescent patient. Am J Orthod and Dentofac Orthop. Jun; 121(6): 594-5. 2002.
4. Kokich Jr. VO, Kinzer GA, Janakievski J. Congenitally missing maxillary
lateral incisors: Restorative replacement. Am J Orthod and Dentofac
Orthop. Apr; 139(4): 435-445. 2011.

Memorial Lectures
1. Seamus Keating Memorial Lecture – Orthodontic Society of Ireland –
“Overbite and Overjet Discrepancies – An Orthodontic Perspective”,
Waterford, Ireland, April 2012.
2. McIntyre Memorial Lecture – Canadian Association of Orthodontists –
“Interdisciplinary Collaboration – An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient” (Doctor Program),
Canadian Association of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Fredericton, New
Brunswick, Canada, September 2019.

Presentations
1. “The Perception of Esthetic Abnormalities: Are We Realistic with Our
Treatment Objectives?”, Annual Meeting-American Academy of Esthetic
Dentistry, Whistler, British Columbia, August 1999.
2. “Congenitally Missing Lateral Incisors: Interdisciplinary Treatment of the
Adolescent Patient”, Annual Meeting – American Association of
Orthodontists, Toronto, Ontario, May 2001. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
3. “Anterior Dental Esthetics: Perceived Differences Between Dentists and
Lay People”, Vancouver Dental Study Club (Seattle Study Club),
Vancouver, British Columbia, October 2001.
4. “Ankylosis and Congenitally Missing Teeth: Orthodontic Management in
the Mixed Dentition”, International Symposium on Early Treatment –
American Association of Orthodontists, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2002.
5. “Anterior Dental Esthetics – Looking Through Our Patients’ Eyes”, Pierce
County Dental Society, Tacoma, Washington, April 2002.
6. “Correcting the Unesthetic Smile: Why, When, How?”, Annual Meeting –
American Association of Orthodontists, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May
2002
7. “Missing Anterior Teeth: An Orthodontic Perspective”, Annual Meeting-
American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Beaver Creek, Colorado,
August 2002.
8. “Perception of Anterior Tooth Size Discrepancies” University of
Washington Miniresidency, Seattle, Washington, September 2002.
9. “Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Sacramento District Dental Society,
Sacramento, California, February 2003. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
10. “Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, NCW Implant Study Club, Wenatchee,
Washington, April 2003. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
11. “Interdisciplinary Management of Complex Anterior Esthetics”, Annual
Meeting – American Association of Periodontists, San Francisco,
California, September 2003. (with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Bobby Butler)
12. “Interdisciplinary Management of the Orthodontic Patient”, Western
Pennsylvania Society of Orthodontists, Nemacolin, Pennsylvania,
December 2003.
13. “Congenitally Missing Laterals: An Orthodontic Perspective”, Annual
Meeting – American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Chicago, Illinois,
February 2004.
14. “Anterior Dental Esthetics: What Every Orthodontic Clinician Should
Know”, Annual Meeting – American Association of Orthodontists,
Orlando, Florida, May 2004.
15. “Dental Considerations in the Esthetic Treatment of the Adult Orthodontic
Patient”, Annual Meeting – College of Diplomates of the American Board
of Orthodontists, Sun River, Oregon, July 2004. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
16. “Interdisciplinary Management of Gingival Discrepancies”, Annual
Meeting – American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Banff, Alberta,
August 2004. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
17. “Perception of Anterior Tooth Size Discrepancies” University of
Washington Miniresidency, Seattle, Washington, September 2004.
18. “Interdisciplinary Management of Common Anterior Dental Discrepancies”,
Panke Study Club, Rochester, New York, October 2004.
19. “Interdisciplinary Management of Common Anterior Dental Discrepancies”,
Greater NY Dental Study Club, Garden City, New York, March 2005.
20. “Orthodontic Management of Esthetic Discrepancies”. Esthetic and
Restorative Update – American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Orlando,
Florida, April 2005.
21. “Interdisciplinary Management of Gingival Discrepancies”, Emerald City
Study Club, Federal Way, Washington, April 2005.
22. “Orthodontic Management of Anterior Tooth Size Discrepancies – Are
They Really Noticeable?”. American Association of Orthodontists (Doctor
program), San Francisco, California, May 2005.
23. “Orthodontic Management of Anterior Tooth Size Discrepancies – When
Are They Noticeable?”, Annual Meeting – American Association of
Orthodontists (Staff program), San Francisco, California, May 2005.
24. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Discrepancies.” Society
of Japan Clinical Dentistry, Seattle, Washington, August 2005. (with Dr.
Gregg Kinzer)
25. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Congenitally Missing
Lateral Incisors”, Pacific Coast and Rocky Mountain Societies of
Orthodontists Combined Meeting, San Diego, California, September
2005. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
26. “Anterior Dental Esthetics: What Every Dentist Should Know.”
Multidisciplinary Dental Academy, Barossa Valley, Australia, October
2005.
27. “Orthodontic Tooth Movement to Increase Bone Volume in Preparation for
Implants.” Multidisciplinary Dental Academy, Barossa Valley, Australia,
October 2005.
28. “Interdisiplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Academy of
Operative Dentistry, Chicago, Illinois, February 2006. (with Dr. Gregg
Kinzer)
29. “Interdisiplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Indiana
Association of Orthodontists, Indianapolis, Indiana, March 2006.
30. “Interdisciplinary Management of Gingival Discrepancies”, Annual
Meeting – American Association of Orthodontists, Las Vegas, Nevada,
May 2006.
31. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Annual
Meeting – Florida National Dental Conference, Orlando, Florida, June
2006.
32. “Interdisciplinary Management of Gingival Discrepancies”, Annual
Meeting – Florida National Dental Conference, Orlando, Florida, June
2006.
33. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Congenitally Missing
Lateral Incisors”, Pacific Coast Society of Prosthodontists, Portland,
Oregon, June 2006. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
34. “Establishing Ideal Gingival Esthetics using Periodontal and Orthodontic
Procedures”, Annual Meeting – American Association of Periodontists,
San Diego, California, September 2006. (with Dr. Bobby Butler)
35. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, El Paso
Dental Society, El Paso, Texas, September 2006.
36. “Early Management of Patients with Congenitally Missing Teeth”, Pacific
Coast Society of Orthodontists, Honolulu, Hawaii, October 2006.
37. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Congenitally Missing
Lateral Incisors”, Interdisciplinary Dental Alliance, Tacoma, Washington,
October 2006. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
38. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Discrepancies”,
American Dental Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2006. (with
Dr. Gregg Kinzer and Dr. Jim Janakievski)
39. “Anterior Dental Esthetics: What Every Orthodontist Should Know”.
Southern Association of Orthodontists, San Destin, Florida, October
2006.
40. “Establishing Ideal Gingival Esthetics using Periodontal and Orthodontic
Procedures”, University of Washington Miniresidency, Seattle,
Washington, November 2006.
41. “Managing Anterior Tooth Size Discrepancies: An Orthodontic
Perspective”. Seattle Study Club National Symposium – Speakers
Showcase, Naples, Florida, January 2007.
42. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Congenitally Missing
Lateral Incisors”, Seattle Study Club National Symposium. Naples,
Florida, January 2007. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
43. “Interdisciplinary Management of Gingival Discrepancies”, American
Association of Orthodontists – Interdisciplinary Treatment Conference,
Palm Springs, California, February 2007. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer and Dr.
Jim Janakievski)
44. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Discrepancies”, Annual
Meeting – American Association of Orthodontists, Seattle, Washington,
May 2007. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
45. “State of the Art Esthetics: The Ortho-Restorative Connection”, Napa-
Solano Dental Society, Fairfield, California, September 2007. (with Dr.
Gregg Kinzer)
46. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Discrepancies”, Napa-
Solano Dental Society, Fairfield, California, September 2007. (with Dr.
Gregg Kinzer)
47. “Managing Orthodontic Esthetic Discrepancies” (morning session),
American Dental Association, San Francisco, California, September
2007.
48. “Managing Orthodontic Esthetic Discrepancies” (afternoon session),
American Dental Association, San Francisco, California, September
2007.
49. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Missing Teeth”, Foothills
Dental Continuum (Seattle Study Club), Hickory, North Carolina,
November 2007.
50. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Missing Teeth”, South
Valley Study Club (Seattle Study Club), Morgan Hill, California,
November 2007.
51. “Interdisciplinary Management of the Ortho-restorative Patient: Creating
Proper Overbite and Overjet”, Colegio de Cirujanos de Dentistas de
Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, February 2008. (with Dr. Gregg
Kinzer)
52. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Colegio de
Cirujanos de Dentistas de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, February
2008.
53. “Optimizing the Interdental Space”, Academy or Restorative Dentistry,
Chicago, Illinois, February 2008. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
54. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Newport
Dental Study Club, Newport Beach, California, February 2008.
55. “Managing Patients with Overbite and Overjet Dilemmas: An
Interdisciplinary Perspective”, Esthetic and Restorative Update –
American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Boston, Massachusetts, March
2008.
56. “Managing Patient’s Gummy Smiles: An Interdisciplinary Perspective”,
Lee and Collier County Dental Society, Fort Meyer, Florida, May 2008.
57. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Newport
Harbor Academy of Dentistry, Newport Beach, California, May 2008.
(with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
58. “Interdisciplinary Management of Gingival Discrepancies”, NVOI –
Nederlandse Vereniging Voor Orale Implantologie (Dutch Society of Oral
Implantology), Republic of Malta, May 2008.
59. “The Role of Orthodontics in Facilitating the Success of Restorations in
The Esthetic Zone”, American College of Prosthodontists / University of
Washington Esthetics Continuum, Seattle, Washington, August 2008.
60. “Correcting the Unesthetic Smile: When, Why, and How?”, Dutch
Association of Orthodontists, Haarlem, Netherlands, October 2008.
61. “Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors: An Orthodontic-Restorative
Perspective”, Dutch Association of Orthodontists, Haarlem, Netherlands,
October 2008.
62. “Improving Anterior Dental Esthetics Around Teeth and Implants”,
University of Washington Miniresidency, Seattle, Washington, October
2008.
63. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Great
Black Swamp Dental Study Club, Toledo, Ohio, November 2008.
64. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Anterior Aesthetic
Discrepancies”, Toronto Orthodontic Club, Toronto, Ontario, November
2008. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer and Dr. Jim Janakievski)
65. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes”, Chicago Dental Study Club, Chicago, Illinois,
December 2008. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer and Dr. Jim Janakievski)
66. “The Art and Science of Esthetics in Orthodontics”, Edward H. Angle
Society of Orthodontists – Northwest Component, Seattle, Washington,
February 2009.
67. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success with Single Tooth
Implants”, American Association of Orthodontists / American Academy of
Periodontists Combined Meeting, Orlando, Florida, February 2009. (with
Dr. Jim Janakievski)
68. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Missing Teeth”, Chicago
Dental Association – Mid-winter Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, February
2009.
69. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Chicago
Dental Association – Mid-winter Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, February
2009.
70. “Managing Patients with Overbite and Overjet Discrepancies: An
Interdisciplinary Perspective”, Calgary Society for Advanced Dentistry,
Calgary, Alberta, March 2009.
71. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Alberta
Society of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, March 2009.
72. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Missing Teeth”, Alberta
Society of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, March 2009.
73. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Western
Regional Dental Convention – Arizona Dental Association, Phoenix,
Arizona, March 2009.
74. “Creating Optimal Esthetics – An Interdisciplinary Approach”, 110th
Annual UOP Dental Alumni Meeting, San Francisco, California, March
2009. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer and Dr. Jim Janakievski)
75. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Three
Rivers Study Club, Missoula, Montana, March 2009.
76. “Managing Orthodontic Esthetic Discrepancies”, Ontario Dental
Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, May 2009.
77. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Journees
Dentaires Internationales du Quebec, Montreal, Quebec, May 2009.
78. “Anterior Guidance Considerations for Prosthodontic Rehabilitation:
managing the overbite”, 1st International Symposium on Comprehensive
Care, Cleveland, Ohio, June 2009. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
79. “Anterior Guidance Considerations for Prosthodontic Rehabilitation:
managing the overjet”, 1st International Symposium on Comprehensive
Care, Cleveland, Ohio, June 2009. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
80. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetics, What is an
Acceptable Compromise?”, Multidisciplinary Italian Dental Meeting,
Verona, Italy, June 2009 (1.5 days).
81. “Treating Patients with Excess Gingival Display: A Collaborative Approach
in Creating Age Appropriate Smile Esthetics“, College of Diplomates of
the American Board of Orthodontists, Kohler, Wisconsin, July 2009.
82. “Age Appropriate Esthetics”, 6th World Congress of the International
Federation of Esthetic Dentistry / American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry,
Las Vegas, Nevada, August 2009. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
83. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes”, Colegio de Ortodoncia y Ortopedia Dentofacial de
Nuevo Leon AC, Monterrey, Mexico, October 2009 (2.5 days) (with Dr.
Jim Janakievski)
84. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic Dilemmas”,
Heartland Dental Study Club, Fargo, North Dakota, October 2009.
85. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic Dilemmas”,
Permian Basin Dental Continuum, Odessa, Texas, October 2009.
86. “Managing Esthetic Dilemmas, An Interdisciplinary Approach”, Joint
meeting-Seattle Study Club of New England and Casco Bay Study Club,
Boston, Massachusetts, November 2009. (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
87. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Discrepancies”,
Summit Dental Study Group, San Diego, California, November 2009.
88. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Discrepancies”,
Greenwich Study Club, Greenwich, Connecticut, December 2009.
89. “Midline Discrepancy: Is it an Esthetic Problem”, An Interdisciplinary
Update on Dental and Facial Esthetics (AAO/AAOMS), Palm Springs,
California, January 2010.
90. “Age Appropriate Esthetics”, An Interdisciplinary Update on Dental and
Facial Esthetics (AAO/AAOMS), Palm Springs, California, January 2010.
(with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
91. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Utah
Dental Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2010.
92. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic Dilemmas”,
Contra Costa Dental Society, Walnut Creek, California, April 2010.
93. “Interdisciplinary Management of Aesthetic Dilemmas”, Connecticut State
Dental Association, Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino, Connecticut, May
2010.
94. “Managing the Ortho-Restorative Patient: An Interdisciplinary Approach”,
Seattle Study Club of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, May 2010.
95. “Managing the Ortho-Restorative Patient: An Interdisciplinary Approach”,
Bulgarian Orthodontic Society, Sophia, Bulgaria, September 2010.
96. “Managing the Ortho-Restorative Patient: An Interdisciplinary Approach”,
Ukrainian Orthodontic Society, Kiev, Ukraine, September 2010.
97. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Interdisciplinary Ortho-Dental Seminar, Hannover,
Germany, September 2010.
98. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic Discrepancies”,
Summit Dental Study Club, Seattle, Washington, September 2010.
99. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Coordinating Care for Our Growing Patients”,
Washington State Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Seattle, Washington,
October 2010. (with Dr. Jim Janakievski)
100. “Treating Patients with Excess Gingival Display: A Collaborative
Approach in Creating Age Appropriate Esthetics”, University of British
Columbia – Dr. Richard V. Tucker Symposium, Vancouver, British
Columbia, October 2010.
101. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Virginia Academy of General Dentistry,
Richmond, Virginia, November 2010.
102. “Orthodontic Failures: Oversight, Under-treatment, or Relapse??”,
Seattle Study Club National Symposium, Key Biscane, Florida, January
2011.
103. “Managing the Complex Dental Patient – An Interdisciplinary
Approach”, Loma Linda University Dental and Orthodontic Alumni
Association, Loma Linda, California, February 2011.
104. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Red Earth Study Club, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma, February 2011.
105. “Managing the Ortho-Restorative Patient: An Interdisciplinary
Approach”, Seattle Study Club of Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, March
2011.
106. “Creating Aesthetic Success in the Ortho-Restorative Patient”,
Pacific Dental Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 2011.
107. “Creating Aesthetic Success in the Ortho-Restorative Patient”,
South Charlotte Study Club, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2011.
108. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic
Dilemmas”, Alabama Dental Association, Orange Beach, Alabama, June
2011.
109. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes for our Orthodontic Patients”, Southern Association
of Periodontists, Hammock Beach – Palm Coast, Florida, June 2011.
(with Dr. Jim Janakievski)
110. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic
Dilemmas”, University of Washington Orthodontic Mini-residency,
Seattle, Washington, August 2011.
111. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Polish Interdisciplinary Meeting, Warsaw,
Poland, September 2011. (2 days)
112. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Dental Esthetic
Dilemmas”, University of Washington Orthodontic Mini-residency,
Seattle, Washington, September 2011.
113. “Creating Esthetic Success Using Interdisciplinary Treatment
Concepts”, State College Interdisciplinary Meeting, State College,
Pennsylvania, September 2011.
114. “Overbite and Overjet Dilemmas: Are They Really a Problem???”,
Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British
Columbia, September 2011.
115. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Illinois Society of Orthodontists, Oak Brook,
Illinois, September 2011.
116. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Southern Association of Orthodontists, Boca
Raton, Florida, September 2011.
117. “Managing the Ortho-Perio Patient: An Interdisciplinary
Perspective”, Greater Green Bay Dental Study Club, Appleton,
Wisconsin, October 2011.
118. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, New York Dental Forum, New York, New
York, October 2011.
119. “Managing the Ortho-Perio Patient: An Interdisciplinary
Perspective”, VIP Dental Study Club, Vancouver, British Columbia,
October 2011.
120. “Managing Patients with Congenitally Missing Teeth: An Ortho-
Restorative Perspective”, American Academy of Orthodontists and
American Academy of Pediatric Dentists Joint Conference, Marco Island,
Florida, January 2012.
121. “Managing Patients with Overbite and Overjet Discrepancies: An
Ortho-Restorative Perspective”, Edward H. Angle Society – Northwest
Component Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, February 2012.
122. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Discrepancies”
North Iowa Dental Seminars, Mason City, Iowa, March 2012.
123. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Asociacion Mexicana de Ortodoncia, San
Luis Potosi, Mexico, March 2012.
124. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Southern Wake Dental Institute, Cary, North
Carolina, April 2012.
125. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Orthodontic Society of Ireland, Waterford,
Ireland, April 2012.
126. “Seamus Keating Memorial Lecture: Overbite and Overjet
Discrepancies – An Orthodontic Perspective”, Orthodontic Society of
Ireland, Waterford, Ireland, April 2012.
127. “Preserving the Face with Age Appropriate Esthetics”, 112th Annual
Session of the American Association of Orthodontists Meeting, Honolulu,
Hawaii, May 2012.
128. “Orthodontic Failures: Undertreatment, Orthodontic Relapse, or
Wrong Technique”, European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Izmir,
Turkey, May 2012.
129. “Interdisciplinary Management of Patients with Gummy Smiles”,
Tacoma Implant Study Club, Tacoma, Washington, May 2012.
130. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Colorado Summer Orthodontic Meeting,
Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 2012.
131. “Michael Matlof Memorial Lecture: The Interdisciplinary Team:
Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Washington
University Orthodontic Study Club / Missouri Society of Orthodontists, St
Louis, Missouri, September 2012.
132. “Autotransplantation of Premolars for the Replacement of Maxillary
Incisors”, American Academy of Periodontology, Los Angeles, California,
September 2012. (with Dr. Jim Janakievski)
133. “Interdisciplinary Management of Impacted Canines: Preventing
Potential Problems”, American Academy of Periodontology, Los Angeles,
California, October 2012.
134. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Seaside Study Club, Jupiter, Florida,
October 2012.
135. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Vancouver Study Club, Vancouver, British
Columbia, Canada, October 2012.
136. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Oklahoma County Dental Society, Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma, November 2012.
137. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Penninsula Dental Society, Long Island, New
York, January 2013.
138. “Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes For the Complex Patient; How does orthodontics
influence the success of implant therapy in interdisciplinary treatment?”,
Seattle Study Club National Symposium”, Naples, Florida, January 2013.
139. “Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors: Implant Versus Canine
Substitution; Which is more appropriate – placing an implant or
substituting a canine?”, Seattle Study Club National Symposium, Naples,
Florida, January 2013.
140. “Interdisciplinary Treatment of Excess Gingival Display”, American
Association of Orthodontics / American Academy of Periodontology Joint
Winter Meeting, Palm Springs, California, January 2013.
141. “Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes For the Complex Patient; How does orthodontics
influence the success of implant therapy in interdisciplinary treatment?”,
American Association of Orthodontics / American Academy of
Periodontology Joint Winter Meeting, Palm Springs, California, January
2013. (with Dr. Jim Janakievski)
142. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the
Ortho-Restorative Patient”, Lum Study Club, Fairfield, California,
February 2013. (2 days)
143. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, East Bay Study Club, Diablo, California, March
2013.
143. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Pinnacle Study Club, Medford, New Jersey, March
2013.
144. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Windy City Seminars, Chicago, Illinois, March
2013.
145. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Connecticut State Dental Association, Plantsville,
Connecticut, April 2013.
146. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, MIND Dental Studies and Mt. Bachelor Dental
Seminars combined SSC meeting, Newberg, Oregon, April 2013.
147. “Creating Optimal Esthetics in the Complex Patient: Establishing
Interdisciplinary Treatment Objectives”, Great Blue Heron Study Club and
Rainy Day Dental Study Club, Bellevue, Washington, May 2013. (with
Dr. Jim Janakievski)
148. “Managing Patients with Congenitally Missing Teeth”, Belgian Dental
Society, Oostende, Belgium, May 2013.
149. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Belgian Dental Congress, Oostende, Belgium, May
2013.
150. “Interdisciplinary Management of Anterior Esthetic Dilemmas”, Belgian
Dental Congress, Oostende, Belgium, May 2013
151. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes”, River Valley Study Club, Westbrook, Connecticut,
June 2013.
152. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, University of Washington Orthodontic Miniresidency,
Seattle, Washington, September 2013.
153. “Treatment Planning the Complex Interdisciplinary Patient”, Spear
Leadership Symposium, Spear Education Center, Scottsdale, Arizona,
September 2013.
154. “Interdisciplinary Management of Overbite and Overjet Discrepancies”,
Spear Leadership Symposium, Spear Education Center, Scottsdale,
Arizona, September 2013.
155. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, 21st Century Study Club, Minneapolis, Minnesota,
October 2013.
156. “Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors: The Agony and Ecstasy of Implant
Replacement”, Webinar Series for the Seattle Study Club, Tacoma,
Washington, October 2013.
157. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Polish Interdisciplinary Meeting, Warsaw, Poland,
October 2013. (2 days)
158. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Cleveland Academy for Advanced Dental Education,
Cleveland, Ohio, October 2013.
159. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Managing the Complex Orthodontic
Patient”, W Dental Network, Tokyo, Japan, November 2013.
160. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes”, W Dental Network, Tokyo, Japan, November
2013. (with Dr. Jim Janakievski)
161. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Waterloo-Wellington Dental Society, Toronto,
Ontario, Canada, November 2013.
162. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Treatment Planning for the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, High Desert Sage Study Club, Boise, Idaho,
November, 2013.
163. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Establish
Appropriate Treatment Objectives for the Complex Interdisciplinary
Patient”, Seattle Study Club National Symposium, Scottsdale, Arizona,
January, 2014. (with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
164. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Managing Treatment for Patients with
Multiple Missing Teeth”, American Association of Orthodontists Adult
Winter Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 2014. (with Drs. Gregg
Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
165. “Altering Vertical Dimension in the Adult Restorative Patient”, American
Association of Orthodontists Adult Winter Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada,
February 2014.
166. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Providence Dental Study Club, Providence, Rhode
Island, February 2014.
167. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Medical College of Virginia Orthodontic Education
and Research Foundation Annual Meeting, Short Pump, Virginia, March
2014. (1.5 days)
168. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Sommerset Dental Study Club, Sommerville, New
Jersey, March 2014.
169. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Bay Area Study Club, Diablo, California, March
2014.
170. “Interdisciplinary Team: Managing Overbite Dilemmas”, Emerald City
Study Club, Seattle, Washington, June 2014.
171. “Interdisciplinary Team: Managing Overbite Dilemmas”, Spear Summit
Leaders Symposium, Scottsdale, Arizona, September 2014.
172. “Interdisciplinary Team: Live Treatment Planning”, Spear Summit
Leaders Symposium, Scottsdale, Arizona, September 2014. (with Drs.
Gregg Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
173. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, University of Washington Orthodontic Miniresidency,
Seattle, Washington, September 2014.
174. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Czecho-Slovak Orthodontic Congress, Olomouc,
Czech Republic, September 2014.
175. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Victoria District Dental Society, Victoria, British
Columbia, Canada, September 2014.
176. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Outcomes for Patients with Compromised Dental Aesthetics”, Peter
Scharer Study Club, Zurich, Switzerland, October, 2014. (with Dr. Jim
Janakievski)
177. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Aesthetics”, European Academy of
Esthetic Dentistry – Closed Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, October, 2014.
(with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
178. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes for the Orthodontic Patient”, The University of
Louisville Orthodontic Alumni Annual Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky,
November, 2014. (with Dr. Jim Janakievski)
179. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Seattle Study Club of Akron, Akron, Ohio,
November 2014.
180. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, University Dental Study Club of Houston, Houston,
Texas, January 2015.
181. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Optimizing Outcomes for Patients with
Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Angle Society – Northwest Component
Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, January, 2015. (with Dr. Jim
Janakievski)
182. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Chapel Hill Comprehensive Study Club, Chapel Hill,
North Carolina, January 2015.
183. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Commonwealth Oral and Facial Surgery Implant
Study Club, Richmond, Virgina, March 2015.
184. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, The Event – for Higher Dental Education,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 2015.
185. “Utilizing the Team to Optimize Treatment Outcomes for the Orthodontic
Patient”, American Association of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, San
Francisco, California, May 2015.
186. “Interdisciplinary Team: Managing Overbite Dilemmas”, Smart
Orthodontics Hygiene Study Club, Tacoma, Washington, July 2015.
187. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Wisconsin Society of Orthodontists Fall Conference,
Neenah, Wisconsin, September 2015.
188. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Treatment Outcomes for the Orthodontic Patient”, The World Federation
of Orthodontists Meeting – British Orthodontic Society, London, United
Kingdom, September, 2015.
189. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Mid-Continent Dental Congress, St. Charles,
Missouri, October 2015.
190. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, San Diego Advanced Study Club – SSC, San Diego,
California, November 2015.
191. “Utilizing Autotransplantation as a Treatment Option for Pediatric
Patients”, NW Pediatric Dental Study Club, Seattle, Washington,
November 2015. (with Dr. Chad Smart)
192. “Orthodontic Options for the Titanium Free Diet”, Seattle Study Club
National Symposium, Kona, Hawaii, January 2016.
193. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Colegio de Ortodoncia y
Ortopedia Dentofacial de Nuevo Leon AC, Monterrey, Mexico, January
2016. (2 days) (with Dr. Gregg Kinzer)
194. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Crescent City Study Club and Lake Pontchartrain
Study Club – SSC’s, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2016.
195. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Outcomes for the Orthodontic Patient”, Washington State Society of
Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, February 2016.
196. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Southside Comprehensive Study Club, Minneapolis,
Minnesota, March 2016.
197. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Northeast District Dental Association, Jacksonville,
Florida, March 2016.
198. “Creative Treatment Planning for the Complex Orthodontic Patient”,
American Academy of Orthodontics Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida,
May 2016.
199. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: an Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Czech Academy of Dental
Esthetics, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2016.
200. “Innovations and Techniques in Contemporary Orthodontics”. American
Academy of Esthetic Dentistry Annual Meeting, Dana Point, California,
August 2016.
201. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Outcomes for Patients with Compromised Dental Aesthetics and
Function”. American Academy of Periodontology Annual Meeting, San
Diego, California, September 2016. (with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Jim
Janakievski)
202. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: an Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Polish Orthodontic Society
– Pre-congress Course, Olsztyn, Poland, September 2016.
203. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: an Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Polish Orthodontic Society
– Keynote Lecture, Olsztyn, Poland, September 2016.
204. “Team America – Challenges in Orthodontics”, 11th International
Conference of the DGAZ – America meets Europe, Tegernsee, Germany,
October 2016.
205. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Aesthetics”, 11th International
Conference of the DGAZ – America meets Europe, Tegernsee, Germany,
October 2016. (with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
206. “Treatment Planning to Optimize Outcomes for the Interdisciplinary
Patient: an Orthodontic Perspective”, 80th Annual Session of the Pacific
Coast Society of Orthodontists, Seattle, Washington, October 2016.
207. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Georgia Academy of
Cosmetic Dentistry, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2016. (with Drs. Gregg
Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
208. “Interdisciplinary Team: Managing Canine Impactions”, Smart
Orthodontics Hygiene Study Club, Tacoma, Washington, November
2016.
209. “The Interdisciplinary Team: A Collaborative Approach to Optimize
Outcomes for the Orthodontic Patient”, Cleveland Society of
Orthodontists, Cleveland, Ohio, January 2017.
210. “Treatment Planning to Optimize Outcomes for the Interdiscipliary
Patient: An Orthodontic Perspective”, Starr Orthodontic Study Club,
Washington DC, March 2017.
211. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Greater Washington
Academy of General Studies, Washington DC, March 2017.
212. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, SPODF – Sociedade
Portuguesa de Ortodopedia Dento-Facial (Portugese Orthodontic Society)
– Pre-congress Course, Vila Real, Portugal, March 2017.
213. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, SPODF – Sociedade
Portuguesa de Ortodopedia Dento-Facial (Portugese Orthodontic Society)
– Keynote Lecture, Vila Real, Portugal, March 2017.
214. “Orthodontic Failures: Oversight, Under-treatment, or Communication
Breakdown”, American Association of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, San
Diego, California, April 2017.
215. “Treatment Planning to Optimize Outcomes for the Interdiscipliary
Patient: An Orthodontic Perspective”, Annual Southwest Hygiene
Symposium, Centralia, Washington, October 2017.
216. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, 36th International Congress
– Accademia Italiana di Odontoiatria Protesica – (AIOP – Italian Academy
of Prosthetic Dentistry) – Pre-congress Course, Bologna, Italy,
November 2017. (with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Jim Janakievski)
217. “Creating Optimal Outcomes for the Ortho/Restorative Patient – An
Orthodontic Perspective, 36th International Congress – Accademia
Italiana di Odontoiatria Protesica – (AIOP – Italian Academy of Prosthetic
Dentistry) – Pre-congress Course, Bologna, Italy, November 2017. (my
individual lecture)
218. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration: An Approach to Optimize Outcomes for
Patients with Compromised Dental Esthetics”, Connecticut State Dental
Association, Plantsville, Connecticut, January 2018.
219. “A ‘Dent’imental Journey – Memories Made, Lessons Learned, and A
Legacy Left Behind”, 25th Anniversary Seattle Study Club Symposium,
LaQuinta, California, January 2018.
220. “Managing the Transverse Dimension – Beyond the Great Divide”,
Angle Society – Northwest Component Annual Meeting, Kona, Hawaii,
February 2018.
221. “Interdisciplinary Communication – Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in
the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, Inland Empire Oral Surgery Study
Club, Rancho Cucamonga, California, February 2018.
222. “From Adolescents to Adults: Managing Patients with Missing Teeth and
Transverse Discrepancies Utilizing Modern Techniques”, Northern Texas
Facial and Oral Surgery Study Club, South Lake, Texas, March 2018.
223. “The Importance of Proper Communication and Treatment Planning on
Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in the Complex Interdisciplinary
Patient”, 10th Anniversary, ORTHO-SPRINGBREAK – Academia Italiana
di Ortodonzia – International Meeting, Venice, Italy, April 2018.
224. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Greater Loudon Study Club, Washington D.C.,
April 2018.
225. “Interdisciplinary Communication – Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in
the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, IDAP – Congresso Interncional de
Ortodoncia, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2018.
226. “Interdisciplinary Communication – Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in
the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, Vancouver Dental Study Club,
Vancouver BC, Canada, October 2018.
227. “Communication and Treatment Planning – Managing Challenging
Interdisciplinary Patients”, Black and Gold Study Club, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, November 2018.
228. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration – An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, Polish Interdisciplinary
Meeting – (American Orthodontics), Warsaw, Poland, December 2018.
229. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration – An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, University of British
Columbia Annual Orthodontic Alumni Meeting, Kona, Hawaii, March
2019. (2 days)
230. “Establishing Optimal Esthetics in Finishing when Substituting Canines
in the Patient with Congenitally Missing Lateral Incisors”, American
Association of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California,
May 2019.
231. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration – An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, Maine Association of
Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Portland, Maine, May 2019.
232. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration – An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient” – McIntyre Memorial
Lecture (Doctor Program), Canadian Association of Orthodontists Annual
Meeting, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, September 2019.
233. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration – An Approach to Optimize Treatment
Outcomes for the Complex Orthodontic Patient” (Staff Program),
Canadian Association of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Fredericton, New
Brunswick, Canada, September 2019.
234. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Hawaii Dental Forum, Honolulu, Hawaii, October
2019.
235. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, PDL Dental Study Club, Chicago, Illinois, October
2019.
236. “Interdisciplinary Communication – Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in
the Complex Orthodontic Patient”, PDL Dental Study Club, Tyson’s
Corner, Virginia, October 2019.
237. “The Interdisciplinary Team: Creating Esthetic Success in the Ortho-
Restorative Patient”, Midwestern Society of Orthodontists, Branson,
Missouri, October 2019.