UNC Orthodontic Alumni Association Meeting
November 15th and 16th, 2018
Rizzo Center in Chapel Hill, NC
|Speaker:||Dr. Marco Rosa|
|Biography:||Marco Rosa graduated as Medical Doctor in 1981 then carried out postgraduate studies first in Dentistry, then in Orthodontics. Former President and Active Member of the Angle Society of Europe, he diplomated of both the European Board and the Italian Board of Orthodontics. He works in private practice, limited to Orthodontics, in Trento, Northern Italy and he is involved in the teaching program at Insubria University in Varese – Italy. His primary areas of interest are “Early Treatment: why and how to correct malocclusion without touching permanent teeth”, “Missing Upper Lateral Incisors” and “Interdisciplinary Treatment”. He published and regularly lectures internationally about these topics.|
|Lecture Topic:||Priorities and Guidelines for Interdisciplinary Treatment of Missing Teeth in the Smile Area|
8.75 CEU AVAILABLE
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