Dr. Gary Brigham presents:
Updating Practice Strategies with High Frequency Pulse Vibration
-Understand the science underlying High Frequency Vibration (HFV) and why it is the only non-invasive device that demonstrates primary and secondary acceleration effects.
-Review the multiple clinical effects that HFV has been shown to create and their clinical applications.
-Understand why HFV is the safest acceleration device available for use by patients of all ages.
Dr. Gary Brigham has been lecturing internationally on all aspects of Invisalign treatment since 2004, and on Propel’s MOPs and pulse vibration devices since 2014. A Diamond Provider of Invisalign, he has treated over 2850 patients including 1010 preteens and teens, and is recognized as an expert in Phase I and Teen treatment. In addition to his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree and Orthodontic Specialty Certification, Dr. Brigham earned a Master of Science degree in Immunology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. For his research, he was presented with the Harry Sicher Research Award by the American Association of Orthodontists. A former Assistant Professor of Pediatric Medicine at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago, Dr. Brigham currently is an Adjunct Professor at the orthodontic program at A.T.Still University in Mesa, AZ, where he serves as the dedicated Invisalign and Propel instructor. He further serves as a consultant for Propel Orthodontics, and as a mentor for the consulting group YourOrthoCoach. Along with Dr. Barry Glaser, Dr. Brigham is the co-author of the newly launched webinar series Insiders Guide to the Advanced Clear Aligner Practice Online.
Method: Lecture | Audience: Orthodontists | AGD Subject Code: 370
Catapult Education, LLC designates this continuing education activity for 1 credit. Dr. Gary Brigham receives compensation from Propel Orthodontics for his time involved in preparing and delivering this CE activity. This program is made possible in part by financial support from Propel Orthodontics.
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