The Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics Technique An Interdisciplinary Approach to Move Teeth Rapidly & Predictably
Upcoming Course Dates
January 28-29, 2017
NOVA Ft. Lauderdale, FL
June 2-3, 2017
Erie, Pa
October 6-7, 2017
Erie, Pa
Course Objective
This two day course is designed to expose the clinicians to the advanced surgical and orthodontic aspects of the Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics™ (AOO) technique and to the unique manner in which these must be coordinated to maximize the potential of this technique. Upon completion the clinician should be able to utilize the new diagnostic parameters needed to treatment plan the various orthodontic classifications and properly design the surgical aspects needed to support the orthodontic objectives. Attendees receive 16 CE credits (AGD).
Testimonials From Former Course Attendees:
“As a Periodontist, I work with a number of Orthodontic colleagues who utilize AOO™ as a vital treatment option for their patients. AOO™ not only accelerates the movement of teeth but the bone regenerated allows for better and more stable orthodontic results. After performing the surgery for AOO™ on hundreds of patients, I can vouch for the safety and efficacy of this procedure.”
– Dr. Charles A. White, Periodontist, Bentonville, Arkansas

“We took the Wilckodontics Course for the first time in June 2012. After two days of intensive lectures we could get an in depth knowledge of Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics that enabled us to successfully treat our patients back at home straight away. The technique proved to be simple and cost effective. The results are just amazing and we quickly became renowned for providing fast and high quality orthodontics. This course proved to be a milestone in our professional lives and now that we look back, we just don´t see ourselves without PAOO in our daily practice.
Taking the Wilckodontics Course has probably been the best decision we have made in our entire professional lives. We strongly recommend it!”
– Dr. Francisco Muñoz DDS, Oral & Surgeon, Santiago, Chile
– Dr. Silvana Palacios DDS, Orthodontist, Surgeon, Santiago, Chile
About the Speakers
This course is presented by Dr. William Wilcko and Dr. Thomas Wilcko, who over the past 21 years have developed and perfected the Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics™ technique. More than 2000 professionals in 46 countries have been trained in the AOO™ technique.
William M. Wilcko, DMD, MS
Private practice in Orthodontics, Erie, PA

Dr. William Wilcko received his certificate in Orthodontic from West Virginia University School of Dental Medicine and is presently in private practice in Erie, Pennsylvania. William and his brother Tom have developed and patented the Wilckodontics technique and devices and published extensively. His previous research experience have been in the fields of organic and inorganic chemistry. William and his brother James developed an endodontic sealer that has been on the market for 30 years.
M. Thomas Wilcko, DMD
Private practice in Periodontics, Erie, PA
Clinical Associate Professor of Periodontics,
Case University, Cleveland, OH

Dr. Thomas Wilcko received his certification in Periodontics from Harvard and is presently in the private practice of periodontics in Erie, Pennsylvania and is a Clinical Associate Professor in Periodontics at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio. He has published extensively in the fields of chemistry, prosthetics, orthodontics, and periodontics and lectures internationally with Dr. Donald Ferguson who is the leading researcher in this area.
To Register
Call 800-268-6466
Refund and cancellation policies: In the event of cancellation, you may request either a credit toward a future AOO Seminar or a refund. A full refund will be granted for requests received at least one month prior to the course; administrative fees may apply for requests received less than 30 days prior to the course. Refund requests must be in writing.
Seminar Schedule
Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
TThe rational and physiologic basis for rapid tooth movement facilitated with a one-stage surgical procedure. The role that CBCT scan imaging can play in orthodontic diagnosing and treatment planning.
Sorting through the misunderstandings of rapid tooth movement. Shedding the mechanical mind set of “bony block” movement and replacing this with the physiologic interpretation of “bone matrix transportation”.
Proper utilization of bone thinning and activation to take full advantage of the demineralization phase of the RAP.
Adapting to new orthodontic treatment parameters that take into consideration the significant increases in the limits of tooth movement and the increase in the speed of tooth movement.
The importance of alveolar and gingival grafting to provide a more intact periodontium and increased long term stability.
Friday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Orthodontic versus orthopedic forces in de-crowding, expansive movements and space closing. Modifying orthodontic adjustment scheduling to take full advantage of the “window of opportunity”.
Understanding the potential and limitations of subtle facial reshaping as a substitute for orthognathic surgery.
Review the coordination of the surgical and orthodontic aspects of the treatment plan.
Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Treatment Planning, treatment planning, & more treatment planning.
The proper sequencing of the rapid forced eruption of shallow versus deeply impacted teeth.
Understanding various health issues and medications that can impact the delivery of AOO™.
Points of interest and how to avoid complications.
Saturday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Addressing the esthetics of the entire lower face and the adjustment of lip lines.
Marketing this technique to your patients. You will have the option of purchasing special marketing materials that have been developed to aid you in patient education and case acceptance.
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