It’s easy to believe that orthodontics is a mystery. In many schools and in many dentists, that belief is pervasive. The mystery of orthodontics, just like the mystery of each and every area of dentistry, is unveiled and solved in learning and practicing.
Your imagination begins the process of opening the mystery to excitement, fun and transformational possibilities, and your intention and actions carry you from there.
Orthodontics can change your life, your practice, and so many lives that it leaves you in wonderment, in gratitude for the opportunities, for the incarnation of your dream, astonished once again, that your imagination has become manifest.
Come learn with us. Come learn more about orthodontics.
Your dreams and imagination will become your goals; your goals will become your accomplishments. We can teach you how. We can teach you what. We can teach you. We’ve taught many dentists just these things!
Whether you decide to provide the orthodontics, or you bring someone else in to do so, you will absolutely love what you learn, and begin unwinding the mystery and glory of orthodontic care in your practice.
Learning with us can be a miracle process.
Come let us blow your mind!
Here’s to your success and joy.
“There are seconds, they come only five or six at a time, and you suddenly feel the presence of eternal harmony, fully achieved. It is nothing earthly; not that it's heavenly, but..one must change or die. The feeling is clear and indisputable. As if you suddenly sense the whole of nature and suddenly say: yes, this is true. God, when he was creating the world, said at the end of each day of creation: 'Yes, this is true, this is good.' This . . . is not tenderheartedness, but simply joy. You don't forgive anything, because there is no longer anything to forgive. You don't really love — oh, what is here is higher than love! What's most frightening is that it's so terribly clear, and there's such joy. In those five seconds I live my life through, and for them I would give my whole life, because it's worth it.”
~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky