OCTOBER: Dr. Duncan Brown - Meetings - details
Dr. Duncan Brown
Thrive, not just survive, in today’s Orthodontic Marketplace
Orthodontics is in “crisis”.
Orthodontists from all over the world are experiencing pressures related to fewer patients seeking their services, increased pressure from PCD providers in competing for patients within the existing markets, the “commoditization” of Orthodontics in the public’s imagination, the expansion of corporate practices, and attempt by companies that produce Aligners to establish themselves as the “gatekeepers” for orthodontic patients. These pressures have been so signiﬁcant as to cause many to question the “relevance” of Orthodontics in today’s dental environment. Today we will explore strategies that will enable motivated Orthodontists to create and then dominate the esthetic marketplace, while exceeding patient expectations, and differentiating themselves among providers of orthodontic services.
The “golden age” of Orthodontics is just ahead of us!
DR. BROWNS BIO:
Dr. Duncan Brown has practiced Orthodontics for 43 years, in Calgary, with offices in Calgary, Canmore and Okotoks.
Passive Self-Ligation is a broadly recognized tool in Orthodontics. Dr. Brown is fortunate enough to have been asked to teach these concepts and techniques broadly in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Dr. Brown is an associate clinical professor at the University of Alberta, and served as a guest lecturer at University of Manitoba, University of British Columbia, and University of Western Ontario. Dr. Brown is co-author of "The Protocol", a broadly circulated publication on the subject of pasisve self-ligation.
Dr. Brown has served as a consultant for P&G, Carestream Dental, G&H Wires, Ormco, and OC Orthodontics. He presents as an associate clinical professor at the University of Alberta.
- Registration cards for each individual program will be mailed to all member doctors prior to the program.
- C.E. validation sign-in will take place in the morning for all members and guests (including staff) outside the lecture room beginning at 8:30 A.M. This sign-in must be completed prior to the start of the meeting for C.E. credits to be issued.
- There is no advance payment for the CSO programs. Those who register will be billed AFTER the program and the tuition will be based on our cost. The Society has designed this payment schedule to benefit it’s members by distributing the cost of the meetings amongst the number of registrants. The CSO is solely supported by members’ dues and does not profit from the meetings.
- Please submit all registrations and cancellations no later than two weeks prior to the meeting.
- The programs will begin promptly at 9:00 A.M.
- A brief CSO business meeting will take place at each meeting.
- Tuition includes a continental breakfast and luncheon.
- All programs will conclude by 4:30 P.M.
- Six hours of Continuing Education will be granted for each course.
- Certificates of participation and credit hours will be issued upon completion of each course at the adjournment of the lecture.
- Partial C.E. credit hours will be issued if you wish to leave prior to the conclusion of the course.
- It is the responsibility of the individual doctor or guest (including staff members) to obtain his/her C.E. Certificate at each lecture before departure. NO C.E. credits/certificates will be issued after the course date.