The Orthodontic Course is comprised of two components: A self-study online Theory Course, and a hands-on Clinical Course.
To enroll in the Orthodontic Clinical Module, participants must first register for Orthodontic Theory Module and successfully pass the Orthodontic Theory Exam. To register for the Orthodontic Theory Module please use the link:
The Orthodontic Clinic Module runs Saturday and Sunday (8 AM - 4 PM), both days.
Communication will be sent to registered participants 4 weeks before the clinic day. Which will include course information, copies of the detailed clinical exercises to be addressed during the course, the course schedule, and a list of things to bring to the course. There is an expectation that this material will be reviewed prior to attending the course.
Participants should review eClass material and must complete COVID Module and Quiz on eClass.
Previous experience is not required and candidates do not have to be currently employed.
Please note that the clinical cost will be increasing to $1250 for 2022 due to increased program costs.
- Orthodontic Theory Exam successfully completed a minimum of 3 weeks prior to attending the onsite clinical component.
- Successful theory component participants have ONE YEAR from their date of completion to enroll in a clinical course.
- Participants must be either a certified R.D.H. or R.D.A. and hold a valid practice permit.
- Candidates must also hold a current and valid CPR certificate - level C (valid on the date of course).