Advanced Bite & Orthotic Techniques: Physiologic Dx/Tx Foundations

Embark on a transformative journey to elevate your dental practice with our Series 2 Live Course, focusing on Advanced Bite and Orthotic Techniques. This intensive, hands-on course is designed to integrate physiologic neuromuscular principles into your practice, covering a wide range of topics from treating worn dentition and TMD to addressing OSA and aesthetic concerns.

  • Extensive Hands-On Training: Learn how to take an optimum TENS bite and use the K7 Evaluation System with confidence.
  • Comprehensive Workflow: Gain insights into the entire process, from initial consultation to final phase of treatment.
  • Limited Class Size: Benefit from personalized attention, as the course is limited to 20 doctors and their teams.
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Real Testimonials from Dentists Who’ve Transformed Their Practice

Real Testimonials from Dentists Who’ve Transformed Their Practice

Discover how our Series 2 Live Course has empowered dental professionals (like you!) to elevate their practice and provide exceptional patient care.

Dr. Michael Miyasaki



Sacramento, California

Meet The Instructor

Michael Miyasaki, DDS graduated from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry in 1987. For over 30 years he has lectured internationally on Occlusion and Restorative techniques and has been involved in live-patient treatment courses for 25 years. Dr. Miyasaki is the head of the Academy of Minimally Invasive Implantology, is the current Director of Education for the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum focused on live-patient full mouth rehabilitation, and works with many manufacturers on R&D and Education. Dr. Miyasaki maintains a private practice in Sacramento, CA, focused on comprehensive dentistry and function.

Series 2 Hands-On Treatment Course with the J5 & K7

  • Format: Live, In-Person
  • Prerequisite: Myotronics Series 1 or equivalent proficiency with Myotronics equipment
  • 14 CE credits
  • Regular tuition: $3,295 doctor/$1,395 team
  • Format: Live, In-Person
  • Prerequisite: Myotronics Series 1 or equivalent proficiency with Myotronics equipment
  • 14 CE credits
  • Regular tuition: $2,495 doctor/$1,295 team

A Hands-On Experience Like No Other

The Series 2 Live Course is designed to be an immersive, hands-on experience that goes beyond traditional lectures. From the moment you step into the course venue, you’re engaged in a dynamic learning environment. Day 1 kicks off with in-depth discussions on the prevalence of mal-occlusion, its etiology, and the application of physiologic dentistry in practice. But it doesn’t stop at theory; you’ll be guided through practical sessions where you’ll learn how to take an effective TENS bite and use the K7 Evaluation System with confidence. These hands-on sessions are meticulously planned to ensure that you and your team leave with the skills to implement what you’ve learned immediately into your practice. The course also includes live patient demonstrations, providing a real-world context that is invaluable for mastering these advanced techniques.

Transform Your Practice with Comprehensive Training

Day 2 of the Series 2 Live Course builds on the foundational skills acquired on the first day, focusing on increasing patient acceptance for transition to Phase II treatments. The course employs a variety of teaching methods to cater to different learning styles, including more hands-on sessions with the K7, live patient demonstrations, and even the application of Duotrodes for TENSing. What sets this course apart is its comprehensive approach to training. You’re not just learning techniques; you’re learning how to integrate them into your practice workflow, from initial consultation to successful treatment completion. The course also delves into the business side of dentistry, offering insights on how to communicate effectively with your lab and how to market the unique and valuable services you provide. This holistic approach ensures that you’re well-equipped to transform your practice and offer unparalleled patient care.

Learning Objectives

  • Discussion on the prevalence of mal-occlusion and its etiology
  • Introduction to the K7 Evaluation System and utilizing the Dental TENS and K7 for the Dx/Tx of patients beginning with the bite registration. How to achieve precision, predictability and Dx/Tx confidence.
  • Bite registration and orthotic protocols to use when treating the worn dentition, TMD, OSA or Aesthetic cases
  • Coronoplasty protocols and use of the K7 for orthotic adjustments. Achieving a verifiable mandibular position for healing and stability
  • Effective treatment and patient management protocols for reversible orthotic therapy (Phase I) and preparation for Phase II
  • How to stabilize the bite with a K7 orthotic, confirm the patient’s stability and manage the bite for successful transition to Phase II
  • How to establish value for a Phase I patient to increase acceptance for transition to Phase II
  • Considerations for successful Phase II treatment. How to develop the case to move confidently into Phase II
  • Functional considerations in Smile Design and what a smile design evaluation will disclose about functional stability
  • Preparing restorations, material choices, and lab communication for case preparation
  • Discussion of Phase II options keeping minimally invasive alternatives top of mind – veneers with preparation? Orthodontics? And what happens if full-mouth rehabilitation is needed ?
  • Developing a team blueprint to launch your practice into the Dx/Tx considerations of OSA, TMD, Postural issues and Aesthetics, and how to manage patients and their cases and market the unique and valuable services you provide.
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Series 2 - Advanced Bite and Orthotic Techniques- Physiologic Dx_Tx Foundations

Series 2 Live Course – Advanced Bite & Orthotic Techniques: Physiologic Dx/Tx Foundations

Unlock advanced bite and orthotic techniques with the Series 2 Live Course. Gain hands-on experience in TENS bites and orthotic adjustments, all taught by seasoned clinicians. Ideal for treating TMD, OSA, and worn dentition.

Time & Location

Friday, April 5th, 2024 | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday, April 6th, 2024 | 8:00am – 5:00pm

Hilton Garden Inn O’Hare Airport, Chicago, IL


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Cancellation Policy

Since space is limited in order to create the best learning experience possible, cancellations received outside the 60 days prior to the course are subject to a cancellation fee of $500 per Doctor and $200 per team member. No refunds will be given if canceled within 60 days of the event. Cancellations must be in writing.

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