TIER V Practice Course
To Be Determined
The JSOP Program provides valuable information on topics geared to increase efficiency, productivity, and profitability and is designed to help you reach the maximum potential in your practice!
Watch the video and listen to Dr. Roncone explain what JSOP is and what the program is all about.
A full meaningful presentation of the most efficient clinical system with hundreds of pearls. The TMD problems present in every practice and how to treat them.
TMJ Mini-Residency (3 Days In-Office) Vista, CA
"If you are attending the AAO in Miami Beach, Florida …make it an entire week of learning in 2 different beautiful climates! And if you are not attending the AAO, that’s OK come anyway, we could all use a little more learning." -Dr. Ron Roncone - DATES: Thurs. May 26, Fri. May 27, Sat. May 28, 2022 (This course takes place in Vista, CA - This course also includes hands-on practical and observation of patients in treatment.)
Orthobarbarian Study Club (OBSC)
You take a large group of like-minded individuals but with diverse backgrounds, all experiencing similar and different things but coming together to discuss their honest successes, their failures, their methods for handling challenges and what they’ve done to get overcome those difficult moments. These are people that make up theOrthobarbarian Study Club!
Session 1: Visualization
Comprehensively evaluate and analyze of your practice.
Session 2: Realization
Have the necessary tools to maximize your treatment efficiencies.
Session 3: Implementation
Get the action plan for you to implement your vision and skills and take it to the next level.
This quiz will help you to evaluate how well your practice is currently doing and if you should take it to the next level.
The information provided in this program is geared to increase efficiency, productivity and profitability.
"Ron Roncone Why is this important?
The Roncone PhysioDynamic System consists of 6 specific steps which are followed sequentially. Find out more on what they are! Also, learn what an Orthodontist’s medical/dental responsibility is.
The Roncone PhysioDynamicSystem of interactive SLB’s, wire forces, wire sizes, archform, and bracket prescription will be shown to be very physiological and move teeth very quickly with “directional” forces. Additionally, there are little to no side effects which have to be compensated for during treatment. It will also virtually eliminate root resorption.
Let’s begin with the goals of the Roncone.
With this course we help you visualize your practice from a new perspective and help you take it to the next level.
The Roncone PhysioDynamicSystem (PDS) Wires
Wires are chosen in specific forces for specific physiologic tooth movements. There are five types of wires chosen:
1. Two (2) .014 Superelastic (S.E.) used in tandem for the vast majority (90+%) of malocclusions.
See before and after treatment photos.
The PhysioDynamicSystem is only available from Forestadent and uses the BioQuick and QuicKlear interactive self-ligating brackets.
This PhysioDynamicSystem (PDS) prescription comes closer than any other to taking the easiest, full-menuest direction from malocclusion to an esthetic, functional result.
The Roncone PDS Archform
The Roncone Functional Archform is critical to the proper finishing of cases. Improper archform is one of the main reasons for relapse.
The Roncone PDS Auxiliaries
Building reliability and predictability into your appliance system and business practice just makes sense. The Roncone PDS streamlines the amount of peripheral items a person might routinely need, allowing you to reduce chair time and treatment time.
The PDS Philosophy allows the orthodontist to...
- Use fewer archwires which reduces the number of appointments, speeds up treatment time and reduces overhead
- Treat 90% of patients in a very similar manner-from enrollment to proper diagnosis and from treatment planning to wire sequencing. A version of the Pareto Principle or Principle of Imbalance is used in ALL aspects of the PDS Philosophy
The PDS Instrumentation
The Roncone PDS pliers Pliers can be used to bend the ends of nickel titanium wires without annealing; create a bend which eliminates the need for wire stops and help prevent the archwire from escaping the molar tube.
- BioQuick clip opener dual end
- QuicKlear clip opener
- QuicKlear bracket remover-Pauls Tool
- Roncone Niti Distal Bending plier
Library of Manuals
For just a little over 1/3 of the cost of an average orthodontic fee you can have Fifty Years of Orthodontic knowledge in the form of 17 manuals …in every area of Orthodontics! Now including NEW EDITION NEWLY RELEASED FALL 2021 Clinical Operations Manual Volumes I-III
Download and view the PowerPoint Presentations:
J.S.O.P. Management Systems by Dr. Roncone
The Roncone J.S.O.P. Journal Archive is an orthodontic resource developed to give access to clinical articles to Orthodontic procedures.
The Roncone Audio Visual library is an orthodontic resource developed to give you access to clinical audio and visual media to Orthodontic procedures.
Let’s begin with the goals of the Roncone PhysioDynamicSystem.
Increased torque so that finishing in less than a full sized wire will still give the torque necessary to eliminate “overcoupling” of the upper and lower anteriors, thus eliminating fremitus and post treatment relapse, or condylar displacement when fixed lower retainers are used.
Zero torque eliminates the heavy contact between the upper and lower canines, eliminating the lingual displacement of the lower canine and eventual lower anterior crowding. The angulation is appropriate to achieve proper canine guidance in both extraction and non-extraction cases.
The increased buccal root torque eliminates the lingual cusp interferences of other techniques and assists in “seating” the posterior occlusion. The distal root angulation counteracts any Class II elastic forces, seats buccal cusps, and achieves the most esthetic tooth position. The best tooth esthetics occur with an increased distal tip from incisors through premolars.
In combination with large diameter round wires (.018 PDS thermal or (2) .014 PDS Superelastic) typical flaring of incisors is non-existent when bringing down high or impacted canines due to the rotation of the molar which causes significant friction/binding.
The increased buccal root torque eliminates lingual cusp balancing interferences. It provides incredible anchorage and virtually eliminates the need for TPA’s or Nance’s. Minimum anchorage cases can use the 20°/12° molar.
Double buccal tubes on first molars are very useful to align upper 2nd molars when the 20/20 molar is used.
Used when anchorage is not a factor in treatment planning.
The upper second molar, as with all upper posterior teeth, have increased buccal root torque to eliminate balancing interferences. The shorter height of the lingual cusp allows for somewhat less torque than the first molar.
When the 20/20 molar is used it is best to place the upper second molar tubes gingival to the height of contour and use a sectional 19×25 HANT from the auxiliary tube of the upper first molar to the second molar tube.
The positive torque of 2° is appropriate for finishing in less than a full-sized wire and for mechanics that are not totally dependent on heavy Class II mechanics such as Herbst, and heavy long term Class II elastics, etc.
The decreased torque allows for a more upright and esthetic lower canine which harmonizes with the lower incisors and the upright lower first premolars. It also achieves, in combination with the zero torque upper canine, excellent guidance without too heavy of a contact. There is no mesial lingual rotation built into the slot which avoids the lingual rotation of the canine. The bracket can be placed in the middle of the crown where it belongs instead of guessing how far mesial it needs to be placed.
When a rectangular wire is placed the mesial of the lower canine will not rotate lingually! There is no anti-rotation built into the bracket. The bracket can be placed in the center of the tooth mesio/distally.
Decreased lingual crown torque keeps excellent archform, avoids balancing interferences and a forward slide from C.R. to C.O. This slide is very common and is due to the excessive lingual tip of the first premolar in most techniques and a narrow archform in this area.
This tooth is also very upright in keeping with the full arch philosophy.
The large decrease in lingual crown torque eliminates the very common lingual “roll-in” of these teeth. Balancing interferences are eliminated also. The slight disto-lingual rotation fits beautifully with either the maxillary anchorage (20° T, 20° R) or non-anchorage (20° T, 12° R) molars.
Again, the lingual crown torque is significantly reduced from the majority of preadjusted prescriptions. The lower arch finishes with an upright, natural wide result which coordinates beautifully with the upper arch.
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