“Face-lift” or “Brace-lift” – Which One Did You Really Need?
Presented by: Dr. Joel Schacher, DDS
Dr. Schacher is a native of Toronto. He completed both his undergraduate and dental training at the University of Toronto, obtaining his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1977. His Orthodontic Specialty Certification was received at Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, New York in 1980. Dr. Schacher is the founder and President of the Ontario branch of the Damon Orthodontic Study Club and regularly presents to dental offices and groups on the topic of facial driven orthodontic treatment. In addition to being a member of the Ontario Dental Association and the Canadian Association of Orthodontists, he has currently a life member of both the Ontario and American Associations of Orthodontists. Dr. Schacher is currently part of the speaker’s bureau for Crest/OralB and Proctor&Gamble lecturing on various topics including oral hygiene in both orthodontic and general practice. As well, Dr. Schacher is a member of the dental programme advisory committee of George Brown College which helps advise the college on areas of course content for auxillary graduates entering dental practices. Dr. Schacher brings to his treatment approach a blend of experience, knowledge, and enthusiam which allows him to relate to patients of all ages.
We will look at both the potential for positive and negative effects of orthodontic treatment on facial support and its effect on the aging process. You will find some of these concepts truly amazing!