Live from the AAO in LA – May 4 and 5

Learn from world-class speakers on stage at the AAO Annual Session. On May 4 and 5, the AAO will livestream the Sleep Apnea and Evidence/Advances series as well as the two different Pre-adolescent Treatment series.

Livestream participants will be able to connect virtually and submit questions during each lecture’s live Q&A period (as time permits).

Lectures are listed below along with continuing education information.  You are not required to participate in all lectures to earn CE credits.

Please Note: This event WILL NOT BE RECORDED or become available for future viewing. 

Registration Fees

  • AAO Members: $129 per day
  • AAO Residents: Free
  • Non-AAO Members: $179 per day

Login to the live event will be exclusive to the person registered.

AAO Members: Click here to register 

AAO Residents: Click here to register 

Non-AAO Members: Click here to register 

Livestream Lectures, Saturday, May 4

Sleep Apnea
8:00 AM – 11:20 AM Pacific

  • J. Martin Palomo on Sleep Apnea in a Busy Orthodontic Office
  • Rolf Behrents on Orthodontics and Sleep Apnea: Guidelines for Practice
  • Benjamin Pliska on Orthodontics and Sleep Disordered Breathing: What We Know, and What We Don’t
  • Reza Movahed on Surgical Modalities in the Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • David Gozal on The Habitually Snoring Child: Much More Than Just Noise

Pre-adolescent Treatment
1:00 PM – 4:25 PM Pacific

  • Lorenzo Franchi on Factors of Long-term Efficacy of Early Class III Treatment
  • Maja Ovsenik on Three-dimensional Evaluation of Facial Asymmetry in Growing Patients
  • Ildeu Andrade on Preadolescent Orthodontics: When, Why and How
  • Thomas Southard & Kyungsup Shin on Practical Early Treatment: A Case-Based Review
  • Eustaquio Araujo on When “Early” Surgery May Be a Valid Option

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Livestream Lectures, Sunday, May 5

Evidence/Advances
8:00 AM – 11:20 AM Pacific

  • Jonathan Sandler on What Counts as Evidence in a Modern Orthodontic Practice?
  • Peter Miles on Selling Speed: Is Winter Coming for the Orthodontic Profession?
  • Sylvia Frazier-Bowers on Primary Failure of Eruption: More Evidence, Less Treatment
  • Laura Iwasaki on Optimal Loads for Tooth Movement
  • Kevin O’Brien presents the William R. Proffit Memorial Lecture, Standing on the Shoulders of a Giant: A Retrospective on Bill Proffit

Pre-adolescent Treatment
1:00 PM – 4:25 PM Pacific

  • Lars Andersson on Treatment Options Following Trauma with Loss of Maxillary Anterior Teeth in the Growing Patient
  • John Christensen on Trauma and Orthodontics: The Essential Information for the Orthodontist
  • Lorne Koroluk on Trauma Risk and Early Orthodontic Treatment
  • David Kennedy on Missing Premolars: What are the Options?
  • Michael Mayhew on Sensible Mixed Dentition Interventions
  • Ewa Czochrowska on How to Perform Successful Tooth Transplantation? Key Factors for Donor Selection, Surgery and Follow-up

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Technical Support 
Support will be available during the livestream, beginning 1 hour before the start of the livestream until 30 minutes after the last session ends. Contact Digitell Support for any problems with:

  • Registering for the event
  • Receiving emails
  • Participating in the livestream

Email Support will be available at support@digitellinc.com; or, contact Phone Support (9am – 5pm EST, Monday – Friday):  Toll Free: 877.796.1325; International: 1.716.664.2041.

Continuing Education Information 

Each lecture will provide .5 to 1.0 hours of CE for up to 12.0 total hours of CE for the event (up to 6.0 total hours of CE per day). Participants will be able to record credits via the Livestream Sites and the AAO CE Manager.

Continuing Education Recognition
American Association of Orthodontists is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.

ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual lectures or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

American Association of Orthodontists designates this activity for up to 12.0 continuing education credits.