We offer world-class comprehensive orthodontic education, and CE classes for General Dentists, Orthodontists, Orthodontic Residents, Pediatric Dentists, Hygienists, and Assistants.
Our Two Year Orthodontic Mini Residency, followed by our advanced One Year Orthodontic Fellowship is the one-on-one comprehensive orthodontic training you are looking for. Our philosophy is based on solid clinical practice and science supported by reputable literature. We strive to practice orthodontics above the speciality’s standard of care. Our program has personal, and individual attention you need to learn orthodontics at a very high level, and we offer one-on-one support.
The three steps of comprehensive orthodontic education.
Step 1. Seminars:
From entry level to the most advanced, NOA offers the complete orthodontic curriculum. Whether you are needing to complete the NOA 101 prerequisite for the Orthodontic Mini Residency, or you need advanced courses, they are all here.
We also have an Orthodontic team training program (NOA 101).
Step 2. Orthodontic Mini Residency:
You have taken the NOA 101 prerequisite and now you are ready to enter the Two year Orthodontic Mini Residency. The Mini Residency makes sure that you, and your staff have the comprehensive training and experience to fully integrate orthodontics in your office. Let’s get this started.
Step 3. Fellowship:
You have completed the Two year Orthodontic Mini Residency, and you are well into your orthodontic practice. Now, is the time to perform the next level of One year comprehensive orthodontic training, and complete the requirements to join the elite Orthodontic Doctors, the NOA Fellows.
- The Nagy Orthodontic Academy is:
- An ADA CERP Recognized Provider (recognition term is effective as of 11/1/2017 and extends through 12/31/2019)
- An approved Biennial Sponsor of the Ohio State Dental Board
- Approved PACE Program Provider FADG/MAGD Credit Provider ID# 375623
NAGY ORTHODONTICS ACADEMY
PO BOX 1055, SUNBURY, OHIO USA
PHONE: +1 (614) 321-2425
Course participants must always be aware of the hazards of using limited knowledge in integrating new techniques or procedures into their practice. Only comprehensive knowledge with sound evidence-based dentistry should be used in patient therapy.