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.
This course was developed specifically for Dr. Roncone’s colleagues that have already taken the JSOP Course and will dive further into the philosophy and practices of PDS–reinforcing the basic
PDS principles, troubleshooting, and highlighting new developments in the PhysioDynamic System.
The Two-Day TMJ Course
One only needs to survey the mailings, journals, and dental meeting announcements to ascertain not only how much time is spent teaching treatment of dysfunction but, moreover, how different each lecturer’s concept of treatment is. With this in mind I would like to present not THE concept of management, but “one” concept of management. Of necessity, my biases of types of splints and use of various modalities will be described. Scientific biases for how one chooses a type of splint, how one derives it, and why, is covered well in other chapters. Practical, effective, efficient, low stress treatment (for both patient and doctor) is the chief purpose of this course.
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.
PDS Wire Philosophy & Sequence
There is no advantage to using a rectangular HANT early in treatment. In fact, there are significant disadvantages!
The periodontal fibers should not be in tension as treatment ends.
The combination of SLB’s, bracket prescription, type of wire, wire sequencing, and auxiliaries make us a true PhysioDynamic System® of orthodontic treatment.
There are two to three stages of the wire sequence.
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 Functional Archform is critical to the proper finishing of cases. Improper archform is one of the main reasons for relapse.
Building reliability and predictability into your appliance system and business practice just makes sense. The Roncone System of Treatment Products streamlines the amount of peripheral items a person might routinely need, allowing you to reduce chair time and treatment time.
Part of the PDS Philosophy..
- Use fewer archwires which results in fewer appointments and more!
- Treat 90% of patients in a very similar manner from enrollment to proper diagnosis.
Bite Turbos and Auxiliaries play a critical part in the PDS Philosophy!
The practice of patient care in Orthodontix and the corresponding quality of life results from the proper use of Orthodontic instrumentation. Some of those procedures are presented here. Here are some of those instruments..
- Quicklear Debonding Instrument
- The Pauls Tool
- The Quick Comfort Probe
- The Scaler
Library of Manuals
For just a little over a third of the cost of an average orthodontic fee you can have 45 years of Orthodontic knowledge in the form of 15 manuals … In every area of Orthodontics !!!
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.
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