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...specifically WVU (West Virginia University), which is not far away from where I live.
I've been curious to see how I could go about finding MSE practicioners that aren't too far away, geographically, that could potentially evaluate my case. I've found that WVU's Department of Orthodontics has and will continue to have seminars based on skeletal expansion (i.e. MARPE / MSE), incuding Dr. Won Moon himself.
I don't know how to go about pursuing this through their, or any other university's, Department of Orthodontics. It doesn't have to be WVU specifically. Just curious if anyone here has such experience. Thanks, -Mr. Man
I don't have that experience. It is very difficult to become an orthodontist. Of course, being a dentist is a great profession that provides a high standard of living. In general, medicine is an area with a high shortage of highly qualified professionals. I hear less and less from teenagers about wanting to become a doctor. A few years ago, I received my diagnostic medical sonographer education. Immediately after my graduation, I started to build my professional path. Now I work in a private clinic. I plan to continue developing in the medical field.