335 Orthodontics for General and Pediatric Dentists with Richard Litt : Dentistry Uncensored





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Published on Mar 15, 2016

This episode’s discussion:
- Why General/Pediatric dentists should incorporate orthodontics into their practices
- How General/Pediatric dentists can do so and develop the same level of expertise and skill they have in other aspects of Dentistry
- Diagnosis in Orthodontics: Why understanding the clinical applications of the principles of cranio-facial growth and dento-alveolar compensation is the fundamental basis for the clinical practice of Orthodontics
- The extraction/non-Extraction debate in Orthodontics
- Early Interceptive and orthopedic Treatment
- Functional appliance therapy
- Invisible aligner therapy
- And much, much more!

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Dr. Richard A. Litt received his DDS degree from the University of Detroit in 1965 and his Masters Degree and certificate in Orthodontics from Northwestern University in 1969. Dr. Litt was Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Detroit from 1969-1980 and Clinical professor and Director of Postdoctoral Orthodontics at The University of California, San Francisco from 1980-1986.

Dr. Litt is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, as well as many other groups.He has published numerous articles and is recognized as one of the most dynamic educators in Orthodontics today. He was a member The European Orthodontic Society,The Societe D'Orthopedie Dentofaciale in France and The Edward Angle Society of Orthodontists. He was the Orthodontic consultant to the Cleft Palate Center at Children's Hospital of Michigan and The Director of the Orthodontics for the Pediatric Dental Residency Program.

Dr. Litt Started FORCE in 1985. FORCE is the first and only extended continuing education program in Orthodontics patterned after a graduate school education and presented by a qualified, credentialed specialist with both clinical and University experience.
FORCE was designed to educate the practitioner who wants to add orthodontics to his/her practice or expand their present orthodontic services to the next level.



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