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NOA 300 Online Comprehensive Orthodontic Mini-Residency – Intro

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Welcome to Our Online Comprehensive Orthodontic Mini-Residency | Intro Module.

Earn up to 245 CEs ADA CERP, after completing our two-year Online & Live program. Our program consists of 12 Online modules, and 2 hands-on Team training 2 day sessions.

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  • Comprehensive Orthodontic Education
  • Flexible learning that fits your budget and your schedule
  • Progress at your own pace. You are welcome to take the 12 modules Comprehensive orthodontic Mini-Residency program one module at a time
  • Pay one module at a time
  • Support 
  • In-office Doctor and Team training available
  • Dolphin software training included
  • Hands-on typodont practice 
  • Required textbook Profitt 5th edition
  • You will have 30 months to complete the Online Comprehensive Orthodontic Mini-Residency
  • 30 months excess to the online courses.

Goals and Objectives           

Our two-year Online and Live Orthodontic Mini-Residency is the one-on-one comprehensive orthodontic education you are looking for. You will learn in the comfort of your home, how to diagnose, treatment plan, and treat orthodontic patients at the highest standards.

Dr. Nagy’s philosophy is based on solid clinical practice and science supported by reputable literature. You will learn to diagnose and treat many different types of malocclusion.

Tuition and cost

Online Seminars: 12 x Modules ($800 each / Doctor) , 12 months access to the courses
Live Hands-on Team training:2 x in Columbus Ohio ($2000 each Doctor – 2 dental assistant training incl.
Exams:4*
Final Exam:1*
Graduation Ceremony:Live*
CEU hours: Up to 245 CEU *
Total Cost: $13,600 per Doctor (Online courses $800 each x 12 + Live Seminars $2000 each x 2)

*All online, online/live course sales are final. There are no refunds, and or credits of any kind for any online and online/live courses. You much complete the entire program NOA 300- NOA 312 within 30 months, or you will lose excess to your course(s). You much complete the entire program NOA 300 to NOA 312 within 30 months, or you will lose excess to your course(s).

Thesis

To help Doctors learn online literature search, we encourage our students to write a short literature research Thesis that is required for graduation. To goal of this thesis is to help Doctors learn to keep up with contemporary orthodontic information that is essential to successful orthodontic treatments.

Thesis Outline Criteria:

  • Please pick one Orthodontic topic that interests you. (No two students should pick the same topic, so it’s best to have a few to select from).
  • A topic for example could be: Comparisons of the longevity of different types of orthodontic retainers. Support your points with pubmed literature of Angle Orthodontics and AJO-DO published articles (minimum of 10-15).
  • The final thesis should be at least 7-10 pages long, and it must not have any copyrighted material and data, such as images, tables, figures, pictures, etc. You may create your own tables, figures, and images.
  • Please submit your topic for approval.

Thesis Outline

Topic
Give your topic
(1) Background/ State of research in the field
Here you should make clear why your topic is of current interest, so he focus is on the open questions in the field with regard to your thesis topic! It should shortly illustrate the starting point for your thesis.

(2a) The Objective of the thesis
You should shortly and precisely state what you want to do in the thesis. What is your one main aim? Which of the open questions detailed above will you answer? How will you do it?

(2b) Research questions
Here you give your main research questions, which are based on your thesis objective. It is important to be clear about the objectives and research questions, as this will allow you to structure the data in the results part efficiently!

(3) Results structure
The results structure is the largest and next to the objectives the most important part of the outline. This is where you have to structure your data in the way you want to present it. Use an index, much like in the finished thesis. Give a short explanation of what each index point will contain: which research question or which part of a research question will this answer, which information will you use to do this, and how you will do it. Do this in detail! The outline-index may change during the process of writing, but the clearer you are at this point about which data to use where and on how to use it, the easier the actual writing will be!

(4) Bibliography
List the literature you used to prepare the thesis outline.

(5) Declaration of academic integrity

*ADA CERP Notes: Course release date: 08/01/2019, Course expiration date: 08/01/2022.

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Recommended supplemental reading:

Proffit, William R.; Fields, Henry W., Jr.; Sarver, David M.. Contemporary Orthodontics. Elsevier Health Sciences.

Thesis Outline Criteria:

  • Please pick two to three Orthodontic topics that interest you. (No two students should pick the same topic, so it’s best to have a few to select from).
  • A topic for example could be: Comparisons of the longevity of different types of orthodontic retainers. Support your points with pubmed literature of Angle Orthodontics and AJO-DO published articles (minimum of 10-15).
  • The final thesis should be at least 7-10 pages long, and it must not have any copyrighted material and data, such as images, tables, figures, pictures, etc. You may create your own tables, figures, and images.
  • Please submit your topic for approval.

Thesis Outline
Topic
Give your topic
(1) Background/ State of research in the field
Here you should make clear why your topic is of current interest, so he focus is on the open questions in the field with regard to your thesis topic! It should shortly illustrate the starting point for your thesis.

(2a) Objective of the thesis
You should shortly and precisely state what you want to do in the thesis. What is your one main aim? Which of the open questions detailed above will you answer? How will you do it?

(2b) Research questions
Here you give your main research questions, which are based on your thesis objective. It is important to be clear about the objectives and research questions, as this will allow you to structure the data in the results part efficiently!

(3) Results structure
The results structure is the largest and next to the objectives the most important part of the outline. This is where you have to structure your data in the way you want to present it. Use an index, much like in the finished thesis. Give a short explanation of what each index point will contain: which research question or which part of a research question will this answer, which information will you use to do this, and how you will do it. Do this in detail! The outline-index may change during the process of writing, but the clearer you are at this point about which data to use where and on how to use it, the easier the actual writing will be!

(4) Bibliography
List the literature you used to prepare the thesis outline.

(5) Declaration of academic integrity