On-line programme




If you are a dental practitioner and need to be in the know with the latest trends and specialised techniques in invisible orthodontics, look no further. This is your course!

Includes Official Spark Onboarding.

MasterCOIP’s online programme works flexibly. You can access it anytime and anywhere, as it has an online platform where you can access the course content whenever you want.
The theoretical grounds of the course are underpinned by practical cases that will give you a global, comprehensive vision of extremely complex cases.

You won’t have time problems, or the need to travel to a different city. And don’t forget that MasterCOIP is taught by two of the best odontologists in our country.
You will learn how to diagnose, plan, and treat 100% of the malocclusions of your patients.
You will be able to offer invisible orthodontics with total guarantee of success and with the security of achieving your goals in the most demanding cases and treatments. You will increase the profitability of your business significantly and increase your reputation and positioning as a doctor specialising in invisible orthodontics, making your investment in MasterCoip one of the most profitable investments you will ever make in your professional career.

In addition, in the online edition of MasterCOIP we promote the development of a professional community of practitioners, so the experience gained throughout the course will generate great professional networking from which professional relationships will be born amongst the most prestigious professionals in the dental sector, both nationally and internationally.

You have the opportunity to subscribe to the course in English or Spanish.

This is an international master course, so everything will be taught in English.



Anytime. Anywhere. Everything you need is in our online platform.


Mixed theoretical-practical approach, providing a global vision.


Join a professional community of practitioners in the orthodontics sector.



COIP’s Key Concepts and Strategies. What Makes us Achieve the Best Results?

Biomechanics applied to dental movement with aligners: transverse, vertical and sagittal planes.

The KEY is in the transverse plane.

Anchorage in orthodontics and sequence of movements. How to achieve predictability in your treatment plan.

The 3 basic principles in orthodontic treatments with aligners to be successful.

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

Concepts associated with orthodontics with transparent aligners:

1 TRUforces and Smartforces.

2 Active and passive attachments: description, selection, design, application.

3 Power Ridges.

4 Precision cuts for inter- or intra-maxillary elastics.

5 Bite ramps: application, selection of different types and design.

6 Pontics and semipontics. When to apply them.

7 Stripping: interproximal reduction techniques, tools and functions.


The Importance of the Transverse Plane. Protocols that Solve the Most Common Problems.

Strategies for correct transverse arch development.

The importance of passive attachments in the development of the arch.

How to master root torques

– How to avoid posterior open bites.

– Mastering incisor torques.

Strategies to correct severe teeth overcrowding without extractions.

Protocols to correct severe mesiodistal angulations of crowns and roots.

How to avoid extractions due to osteodental discrepancy in 100% of cases.

Bone remodeling: How to achieve something impossible.

Effective re-centering of dental midlines.

Reciprocal movements. Mastering the “action-reaction” physical principle.


0rthodontics without Limitations. How to Solve any Malocclusion with Aligners.

How to treat any type of malocclusion successfully. Selection of particularly complex cases.

Managing anchorages. Guided bone regeneration. Keys to achieve the results you want.

Strategies to avoid disinsertion of aligners, especially in lateral incisors.

How to avoid anchorage loss and maladjustment of aligners.

Protocols and tips for correcting extrusions and severe rotations.


Protocols that will Make your Life Easier when Correcting Class II Malocclusions.

Strategies to correct maxillary, mandibular and bimaxillary Class II malocclusions.

The importance of the second molar in the development of the arches to avoid the loss of anchorage.

COIP’s protocols for sequenced distalization.

Passive attachments in Class II malocclusions. Where to place them.

Why not to use power ridges. How to master the root torque technique.

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

Mesialization of lower molars and premolars.


Using Micro-screws for Best Results. The Importance of Treating Overbites Effectively. Methods.

Micro-screws for anchoring and accelerating Class II correction.

Protocols and explanatory videos to learn how to place them.

How to approach the torque of incisors in both arches to avoid posterior open bites.

Protocols for incisor intrusion.

Differences between the upper and lower arch. The curve of Spee and the curve of Wilson.

IPR planning to achieve correct anterior intrusion.


Treating Vertical Problems and Extreme Cases with Aligners. Strategies in Multidisciplinary Cases. Implants and Dental Aesthetics. Aesthetics and Smile Design.

Pure Intrusion vs. Relative Intrusion. Differences and applications.

Pure Extrusion vs. Relative Extrusion. Differences and applications.

Attachments to use and avoid in the correction of open bites.

Correction of open bites by expansion and subsequent intrusion. A new paradigm.

Correction of gummy smiles with aligners.

Using micro-screws in posterior intrusions.

The relation between the upper incisor and the upper lip to balance a smile.

Strategies to create spaces for implant placement.

How to straighten molars predictably. Moves to avoid.


English edition

Spanish edition