24 months, 12 seminars, 223 CE hours
Location, and start date: October 26th-27th, 2018 Columbus, Ohio
We will meet every other months for a two day live class (Friday, Saturday), and we will have an Internet based webinars on the months with no Live seminars (Friday 5 hours).
Cost: $1000/month for 21 months with a $3000 down payment at enrollment.2 year Mini Residency NOAv4
Upon completion of all requirements of Dr. Nagy’s Comprehensive Orthodontic Mini residency program, doctors will be knowledgeable to diagnose and treat many comprehensive orthodontic, TMD, and sleep apnea patients.
The Nagy Orthodontic Academy’s Comprehensive Orthodontic Mini Residency program is a two-year, 12-module course design for dentists who would like to diagnose and treat orthodontic patients.
Our program consists of structured learning based on reputable literature, with lectures on orthodontics, TMD, and sleep apnea. We have a special emphasis on comprehensive orthodontics, systematic orthodontic diagnosis, treatment planning and mechanics, MBT treatment philosophy, early childhood prevention, treatment, and dental facial orthopedics.
One of the corner stones of orthodontic treatment is comprehensive and thorough skeletal, dental and functional orthodontic diagnosis. We will be spending a lot of time, learning and reviewing contemporary and well established orthodontic diagnostic skills.
Our program has many practical components, take-home assessments, and oral, written, and practical exams. We also offer staff training and a webinar-based study club for support.
After completing our two-year Orthodontic Mini Residency, doctors will have the benefit to enroll in our one-year, 6 seminar Advanced Orthodontic Fellowship.
Our Two year Orthodontic Mini Residency (NOA 301-312) is the one-on-one comprehensive orthodontic training you are looking for.
You will learn how to diagnose, treatment plan and treat orthodontic patients at the highest standards.
Our two year NOA Orthodontic Mini Residency program is held every two months, in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday through Saturday.
Seminar times are Friday, Saturday 9am-5pm.
During the months when we do not have a LIVE lecture, we will have a 5 hour webinar on Fridays 9am-2pm.
The 24 months Orthodontic Mini Residency Fee is $24,000.
A $3000.00 non-refundable deposit is due at the time of registration.
The remaining full tuition balance is due 90 days prior to the start date of the course, or we also offer a payment plan option.
Our Mini Residency payment plan after the $3000.00 non-refundable deposit is: $1000/month through ACH.
If you are interested in the payment plan option, please contact us at +1 (614) 321-2425.
We also offer a 5% pre-payment courtesy if you pay in Full at the time of registration.
The NOA Orthodontic Mini Residency fee, also includes two non-doctor in class staff training during the designated staff training seminars.
Doctors who have completed the NOA Orthodontic Mini Residency program, will receive a Mini Residency certificate of attendance, and or completion, and or a graduation diploma.
- Mini Residency Certificate of attendance: A certificate to show attendance after each weekend seminars.
- Mini Residency Certificated of Completion: A certificate to show the completion of ALL of the two year Mini Residency seminars. You must have paid all dues.
- Mini Residency Graduation Diploma: You must have attended all seminars, and paid all dues, and you must have a passing score of 85% on all the modules of the Mini residency Graduation exam.
To enroll in our Orthodontic Mini Residency, please call or email us, or send us a message here.
PHONE: +1 (614) 321-2425
Dr. MR DDS, Ohio.
Dr. K DDS MS
Dr. MK DDS MS (Orthodontist)
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
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.