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About wise ortho

Wise Ortho

Driven by the demand for teeth alignment, general practitioners are increasingly being asked to provide orthodontic treatment. Dentists keen to participate in this area of expertise need to demonstrate the skills to identify suitable patients, the ability to provide conventional and contemporary orthodontic treatment and be aware of its limitations. This is exactly what Wise Ortho course delivers, along with the vital core competencies to excel in this unique postgraduate area.

The objective of the Wise Ortho is to provide orthodontists with the core knowledge and clinical skills essential for the delivery of competent, high-quality dental care. It encompasses a blended learning approach and consists of a combination of lectures, seminars, assignments, clinical case discussions and advanced tricks. The flexible On-line modular structure enables the program to meet a wide range of student needs. You will also have the opportunity to conference with colleagues from other programs to consider different methods of managing patient cases with a multidisciplinary approach and develop sound judgement based on evidence.

Program details



Length of program

One year (on-line) placement in your own country


Written assignments, clinical examinations, presentations

How to apply

Please apply direct

Start Date

You can apply now

Key Information

  • Boost your career by getting the knowledge and skills you need to expand your practice                            

  • Programs are delivered by       postgraduate qualified dentists

  • Learn front-line multidisciplinary approaches in the management of dental care                                             

  • Gain exposure to advanced dental treatment undertaken by expert dental academics in the world.*

  • On-line study scheduled to not interfere with your busy practice commitments              

  • Innovative training featuring the latest evidence-based patient care principles              

  • Benefit from exposure to orthodontics academic and clinical cases in working specialist dental practices*

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