New Name Reflects Innovative Direction for Knowledge Solution Provider

Acworth, GA – The Academy of Orthodontic Assisting (AOA) just announced today that it has changed the company name to Trapezio.  The goal of the name change is to provide a global identity that will better leverage the company’s training solutions.

Recent executive appointments, key capital investments and product enhancements are just of few of the recent events that are taking shape within the new company.  The new identity is expected to be launched in the coming weeks.

“This continues to be an exciting time for the Academy, with a new corporate umbrella unveiled, we can start setting the stage for the future.” said Dr. Doug Depew, Founder and Academic Director.  “Trapezio will continue to offer a high level of service and commitment to our customers.  The Academy training programs will remain the core focus of our business.”

Along with the name change, Trapezio will announce a new corporate identity, including a logo change, communication visuals and a corporate website.

“The new name gives us a distinctive identity but also provides flexibility for future products and services,” said Chad Greer, President.  “Our new image will reflect our unique personality while supporting our intense commitment to improve education and knowledge throughout the orthodontic marketplace.”

For more information on Trapezio, please visit our website at

About Trapezio –Since 1998, Trapezio has offered convenient and affordable staff training for orthodontists worldwide. In addition to the online programs, which earn graduates a certificate of completion and the designation AOAC (Academy of Orthodontic Assisting Certified), Trapezio also provides hands-on training, supplemental lessons and other programs to help offices train high quality assistants to complete their professional team. An American Association of Orthodontists endorsed staff training program, Trapezio is also a recognized CE provider.

Chelsea Reese, AOAC