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Locomotion 1 - Additive & Subtractive Forces

Locomotion 1 - Additive & Subtractive Forces

Locomotion 1 - Additive & Subtractive Forces

Gerry Samson, DDS, ABO, FACD, TE
Gerry Samson, DDS, ABO, FACD, TE
on behalf of (g)nathos, inc

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2016
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Last updated: 12 Jul 2020

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Dr Phil Chung DDS, DABPD, FAAPD (19 Apr 2020)
A spectacular way of presenting complicated concepts of mechanics in an easy to understand workshop. I am a pediatric dentist and totally understood that
lekuiko genevieve (29 Sep 2019)
very descriptive. the many examples help to very understand. thank's
Andrek Ingersoll (13 Feb 2019)
great course. i really appreciate the practical examples for each principle.

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Description

For this seminar, our attention will focus on a unique hands-on and simplified approach to understanding applied clinical orthodontic physical science: moments, forces, couples, moments of forces, moments of couples and their equilibrium. In addition to a number of educators, recognition is due Dr. Robert Isaacson for the development of these clinically useful materials and methods.

This educational, informative and entertaining presentation will provide simplified answers to clinically complex questions.

The Loco Motion Orthodontic Mechanics Series #1, includes:
• Addition and Subtraction
• Mechanical Concepts
• Center of Resistance, Line of Action
• Points of Application
• Clinically Applied Mechanics
• Moments, Couples and Equilibrium
• Essential Mechanics of
• Tooth Movement

Presented by
Gerald S. Samson, DDS*
Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO)
Fellow of The American College of Dentists (FACD)

and featuring “The Big Tooth”

To gain an understanding of applied clinical orthodontic physical science: moments, forces, couples, moments of forces, moments of couples and their equilibrium. During active subscription, for technical assistance contact [email protected]

Objectives

Objective
Learning objectives include:
• Why are some deep overbites easy to correct and others exceptionally difficult or impossible to resolve?

• How the “Angle of Wire Entry” has a profound influence on treatment response and treatment time.
• How additive and subtractive forces work for and against shorter treatment times (hands-on participation)

*Exercise good judgement in case selection - based on your own experience and professional background, viewers are advised to recognize their own limitations.
Gerry Samson, DDS, ABO, FACD, TE

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Gerry Samson, DDS, ABO, FACD, TE
on behalf of (g)nathos, inc

Gerry Samson, DDS, ABO, FACD, TE
Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO)
Fellow of The American College of Dentists (FACD)

Gerry Samson, DDS, ABO, FACD, TE
Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO)
Fellow of The American College of Dentists (FACD)

Described as an educational entertainer, Gerry Samson completed pediatric dental residency at Emory University in 1979 under the direction of Dr. Ed Hibbard and orthodontics at Northwestern University in 1981 under the direction of Dr. Hal Perry. Since 1981, Gerry has been in private orthodontic practice and is a Diplomat of The American Board of Orthodontics and a Fellow of The American College of Dentists. In addition to orthodontic private practice, Dr. Samson is an Adjunct Professor at The University of Texas at San Antonio, Associate Professor at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, at Case Western University Department of Orthodontics, and at St. Louis University Department of Orthodontics. He is visiting lecturer for orthodontic post-graduate programs at 6 universities in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China and throughout Southeast Asia. In addition, Gerry reviews orthodontic mechanics articles submitted for publication to The Angle Orthodontist. His zany, brainy and engaging methods have made him one of today’s most popular educators. On-line subscribers are certain to enjoy a unique educational, clinical experience that is exceptionally useful and motivating.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 4.00 Credits

Faculty and Disclosures

Additional Contributors

During active subscription, for technical assistance contact [email protected]

Conflicts Declared

Conflicts of Interest declaration by Author:

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User Reviews (3)

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Dr Phil Chung DDS, DABPD, FAAPD (19 Apr 2020)
A spectacular way of presenting complicated concepts of mechanics in an easy to understand workshop. I am a pediatric dentist and totally understood that
lekuiko genevieve (29 Sep 2019)
very descriptive. the many examples help to very understand. thank's
Andrek Ingersoll (13 Feb 2019)
great course. i really appreciate the practical examples for each principle.

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