Mastercoip Advanced: from home

The course that will take you further into the aligners technique,

and that you can follow along with the best technology, without leaving your home or the clinic.

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13th, 14th and 15th of December 2024

(We recommend that you already have enough experience in invisible orthodontics to do this course or, at least, already have done a course with us)


With this course you will…

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Improve the level of your existing technique

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Learn how Peydro and Malagón solve the most incredible cases only with invisible orthodontics

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Avoid travel, diets and overnight stays because you will follow the course from your home

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To be able to ask questions from your sofa or from your office

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Change your life and the way you work

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Overcome any expectations you may have

Find out who is teaching the course

Doctors Iván Malagón and Diego Peydro, endorsed by all scientific societies, pioneers in invisible orthodontic techniques, speakers and trainers all over the world and experts in making the seemingly impossible possible, in a smile.

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Diego Peydro

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Iván Malagón

This is the content of the course


Key basic concepts and strategies of the MasterCoip working philosophy. Transversal development of the arches and it’s implications.

1.1Biomechanics applied to tooth movement with aligners: transverse, vertical and sagittal planes

1.2The KEY is in the transverse plane. How to achieve predictability in your treatment plan

1.3Anchorage and SEQUENCE of movement

1.4The 3 basic principles of successful orthodontic treatment with aligners

1.5 The importance of the lower incisor: the final position that guarantees success

1.6Other concepts associated with orthodontic treatment with clear aligners


Protocols to correct class II malocclusion. Handling the vertical dimension. Implications for correcting severe open bites and overbites.

2.1Different strategies to correct class II malocclusions of maxillary, mandibular and bimaxillary origin

2.2Sequential distalisation protocols with and without micro-screws

2.3The importance of the second molar in arch development to avoid anchorage loss

2.4MasterCoip protocols for sequential distalisation

2.5Passive attachments in class II malocclusions. Where to place them

2.6Why not use electric ridges? How to master the root torque technique

2.7Intermaxillary elastics. Type, size and strength for each malocclusion. When to use them

2.8Mesialisation of molars and premolars

2.9Protocols for predictable molar intrusion

2.10Manage the position of the upper incisor in open bites to maintain the aesthetics of the smile

2.11Protocols for correcting overbites

2.12Differences in the intrusion of incisors in upper and lower jaw bones


The day when all the protocols fit together. The start of a successful career. Micro-screws and complex case management.

3.1Sequenced distalisation protocol for the correction of Class II malocclusions with micro-screws

3.2Details and instructions in the revision of the 3D planning to avoid anchorage loss in extreme cases

3.3Multidisciplinary cases

3.4Lower sequential distalisation for the correction of Class III malocclusions

3.5How to start applying all the protocols learned

3.6Day 1 after the COIP Master

3.7Action steps for success

If you’re still unsure, check out what some colleagues who have taken the Advanced Mastercoip course have to say:


For the Coip Experts-Level 3 in Madrid: December 13-15

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