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Keeping Your Eye on "Eye Teeth": Reducing and if Necessary, Treating Impacted Canines
Ronald M. Roncone, DDS, MS
2 CE Units (Core)
The dentist/orthodontist will able to: 1.) learn early signs of potential impacted maxillary canines 2.) when to refer such cases 3.) treat simply when required to and 4.) avoid potential problems during treatment
Ronald M. Roncone, DDS, MS After receiving his undergraduate degree from Marquette University, Dr. Roncone pursued graduate study in physiology and neuroanatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette School of Medicine) while simultaneously earning his dental degree from the same university. His CV includes postdoctoral certificates from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine and the Forsyth Dental Center, a Teaching Fellow at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and Assistant Professor of Orthodontics at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Dr. Roncone’s practice in San Diego County, California, specializes in adult treatment (esthetics, surgical and TMD) as well as “early” treatment for children.
He is a respected and frequent lecturer, having taught more than a thousand seminars around the globe. His impressive list of technical innovations and the PhysioDynamic philosophy includes reduced treatment time, a minimal number of appointments—between 6-8 for 90% of patients, and long intervals between patient appointments (8-12 weeks), which he introduced in 1989 through the use of titanium wires, and the development of a unique prescription for bands and brackets.
Dr. Roncone is President and CEO of Roncone Orthodontics International. ROI offers practice management courses, a library of 15 manuals, and individualized consulting programs which include: scheduling, marketing, patient enrollment, clinical efficiencies, training, and financial management.