Date: June 15, 2021
Time: Free Happy Hour: 5:30pm – 6:30pm * Meeting starts at 6:30pm
Speaker: Dr. Robert “Tito” Norris
New Horizons in Interdisciplinary Dentistry
Austin Country Club – 4408 Long Champ Dr, Austin 78746
Lecture Course * 2 Hours CE Credit
Cost: $40 Member Dentist/$50 Members with late registration (if available)
$50 Guest of Member Dentist; $70 Nonmember Dentist * CASH BAR
RSVP: By 10:00 a.m. FRIDAY, the week leading up to the event.
Registration is open now through June 11th.
To RSVP, PAY ahead online using the link that fits your desired plate type and membership status. Payments will be online only.
For years dentistry has been practiced in a multi-disciplinary approach, with numerous dental specialties contributing to a patient’s care without fully understanding the overall goal established by a comprehensive treatment plan and communicated among all disciplines of an interdisciplinary team before treatment begins. This lecture will offer a system to integrate the Global Diagnosis process into a systematic, 3-dimensional approach for providing optimal communication among all specialties. Leading-edge advances in orthodontic, orthopedic, periodontic and restorative processes will be presented.
Course Objectives: Upon completion of this lecture, attendees should be able:
- To understand the value and power of a comprehensive interdisciplinary treatment plan
- To be familiar with HIPAA-compliant cloud based software to enhance interdisciplinary communication
- To have a deeper understanding of new possibilities in orthodontic and restorative interdisciplinary treatment, such as MARPE, DOME, SFOT, Canine Substitution, Y-bar Anchorage, Airway-Friendly diagnoses and orthodontics, Premolar reclamation, and 3D pre-orthodontic bonding
Dr. Robert “Tito” Norris
Dr. Norris is a 1992 graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School. He then moved to Washington, D.C. where he completed a General Practice Residency at the V.A. Hospital followed by orthodontic specialty training at Howard University, graduating as valedictorian with the highest GPA in the program’s 25-year history. After serving as an Air Force orthodontist in Misawa, Japan, Dr. Norris returned to San Antonio, TX in 1998 and opened a thriving private orthodontic practice. He holds several patents and trademarks, and is the inventor of the Norris 20/26 Passive Self-Ligating Bracket System. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthodontics, and is a member of numerous dental organizations and study clubs. He lectures nationally and internationally on topics including esthetics, efficiency, sustainability, customer service, accelerated treatment, substitutions and autotransplantations and aligner treatment. He has created and manages several other companies pertaining to real estate investments, marketing, retail sales, and a non-profit providing complimentary orthodontic care to children in need.