1. The American Association of Orthodontists Correctly Differentiates Between DIY Orthodontics and Teleorthodontics

    The AAO blasted out an email to their members today about a December 2018 case report in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics describing a young boy in Greece who attempted to move his own teeth with disastrous results. The American TeleDentistry Association supports the AAO position on DIY treatment. Now that they have illustrated the significant difference between DIY and Teleorthodontic treatment, the ATDA looks forward to a meaningful…

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  2. Teledentistry without boundaries

    25 States have joined the telemedicine compact, allowing physicians an expedited means of applying for a license to practice telehealth in member states. It is high time that the State Boards of Dentistry come to the table and implement a similar system. https://mhealthintelligence.com/news/telemedicine-licensure-compact-is-now-live-in-half-the-country

  3. Penn Health Tech at the Wharton School

    Dr. Ackerman will represent the ATDA at the upcoming Penn Health Tech meeting at the Wharton School in Philadelphia. We are exciting that teledentistry is being included in this important panel discussion.