Manual-Osteoperforation and High Frequency Vibration: An Intermediate Level Course
Dr. Thomas Shipley
December 5, 2017
1 CE Credit (On-Demand)
Course Summary: Dr. Shipley will provide a brief review of the science behind Micro-Osteoperforation (MOPs), practice integration techniques, and advanced case presentation. He will discuss combination cases using both MOPs and High Frequency Vibration (HFV).
- Brief review of the science behind MOPs
- Learn about integration techniques and tools to support your staff
- Manual-osteoperforation and high frequency vibration case presentations
Educator Bio: Dr. Thomas Shipley was born in Kingsport, in Northeast Tennessee. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Brigham Young University and went on to earn his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the University of Kentucky’s College of Dentistry. Dr. Shipley completed his Master’s degree in Orthodontics at West Virginia University and has been providing outstanding orthodontic care to the Peoria, AZ community since 2005. In order to stay up to date on the latest advancements in his field, Dr. Shipley is active in the Comprehensive Care Continuum Study Club, and he is the coordinator of the International Dental Ed Continuing Education Study Group for the entire Northwest Valley. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthodontics where his professional achievements and contributions to his field have helped him achieve Diplomate status. In addition to continuing his own education, he is also a certified teacher in the Six Elements Orthodontic Philosophy, a Clinical Advisor at HSO, and an Adjunct Professor at Arizona School of Dentistry’s Orthodontic Department. Additionally, he is a Platinum Plus Invisalign Provider, part of the Invisalign Faculty, and on the Clinical Advisory Board at Propel Orthodontics.