Mr. Iverson is an independent medical and dental consultant who has consulted with OrthoAccel Technologies, Inc., since 2008 and is a member of Brewer Medical Corporation’s Board of Directors. Prior, he was a member of the 3M executive team for 33 years, including eight years as President/General Manager of the 3M Unitek Orthodontic subsidiary and three years as Vice President of the Electronic Products Division. Mr. Iverson has served as President of American Orthodontics Corporation, was President of the Orthodontic Manufacturers Association for two terms and served on the American Association of Orthodontists Foundation Board.
Dr. Dubravko Pavlin
Dr. Dubravko Pavlin is in private orthodontic practice in San Antonio, Texas and a Professor of Orthodontics at the University of Texas, School of Dentistry, San Antonio. He is Board certified and a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He obtained his orthodontic specialty certificate and a Ph.D. in biological sciences from the University of Connecticut, and a DMD and MSD degrees from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. As a full time and part time orthodontic educator and faculty for the past 29 years, he is involved in teaching clinical orthodontics and basic biological sciences to orthodontic residents and dental students. Dr. Pavlin’s areas of expertise include orthodontic biomechanics, accelerated orthodontics, evidence based treatment, and the effect of mechanical loading on bone. He has been actively involved in funded research in clinical orthodontics and bone biology throughout his career. He was the lead scientist and consultant in the recent randomized clinical trial at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, investigating the effect of pulsatile loading (vibrations) on the rate of tooth movement during orthodontic treatment. Dr. Pavlin lectures regularly in the US and internationally and his research in bone biology and clinical orthodontics was published in prestigious journals and book chapters, including the 6th edition (2016) of the Graber’s Orthodontics: Current Principles and Techniques.