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Palazzo della Gran Guardia Piazza Brà - Verona, Italy 6-7
Palazzo della Gran Guardia
Piazza Brà - Verona, Italy
6-7-8 October 2011
wioc2011.it
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3rd WORLD IMPLANT ORTHODONTIC CONFERENCE
Clinical applications, advantages and future developments for TADs:
World Expert Forum.
Possibilità, vantaggi e nuove prospettive dei TADs:
Opinioni ed idee da tutto il mondo.
in conjunction with:
VII National Congress Italian Academy of Orthodontics
VII Congresso Nazionale Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia (AIDOr)
VII National Congress Italian Academy of Orthodontic Technicians
VII Congresso Nazionale Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia Tecnica (AIOT)
October, 6-7-8 2011
Piazza Brà, Verona (ITALY)
Palazzo della Gran Guardia
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WELCOME LETTER
3rd WIOC ORGANIZING
COMMITTEE and AIDOr BOARD:
President WIOC: B. G. Maino
Chairman Scientific Committee: D. Mirabella
Secretary: G. Biondi
Treasurer: G. Zanchetta
S.C. Committee Consultants: A. Giancotti, A. Gracco, C. Luzi
Int. Relationship: A. Caprioglio, L. Moser
Webcontent Manager: G. Maino
Press Officer: C.Molinari
Banquet organizing headgroup: P. Chiaramonte
Dear Orthodontic Fellows,
I’m very pleased to announce that the ITALIAN ACADEMY OF ORTHODONTICS (AIDOr) at its seventh National
Congress, will host the 3rd WORLD IMPLANT ORTHODONTICS CONGRESS (WIOC) in Verona, at “Palazzo
della Gran Guardia” on 6-7-8 October 2011. The theme of the WIOC meeting is “Clinical applications,
advantages and future developments for TADs: World Expert Forum”.
We will have the opportunity to listen to more than 40 international speakers on this topic that play a crucial role
in the orthodontic treatment.
The official language of the Congress will be English. The program includes the presentation of posters and free
communication.
While participating at the Congress, you will have the opportunity to visit the city of Verona, also known as the city
of Romeo and Juliet. The small Roman - Colosseum, the Arena, will enchant you with a lot of art shows organized
every year to great acclaim and which is in front of the Congress Palace.
You can easily visit the most beautiful cities of Italy by train (only 40 minutes to Venice) or by airplane (one hour to
Rome and 40 minutes to Florence).
I’m sure you will enjoy the stunning scenery of Veneto area, with its cuisine, wines and the vibrant hospitality of
the members of the Italian Academy of Orthodontics.
I therefore would like to invite you to join the Congress WIOC-AIDOr with the hope that this scientific event and
Italy as well will take a special place in your memories.
A warm welcome.
Dr. B. Giuliano MAINO
President World Implant Orthodontics Conference
President Italian Academy of Orthodontics
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3rd WIOC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
PRESIDENT
Dott. B. Giuliano Maino
SECRETARY
Dott. Giovanni Biondi
SCIENTIFIC
COMMITTEE
CONSULTANTS
Dott. Aldo Giancotti
SCIENTIFIC
COMMITTEE
CONSULTANTS
Dott. Antonio Gracco
CHAIRMAN
SCIENTIFIC
COMMITTEE
Dott. Davide Mirabella
TREASURER
Dott. Gabriele Zanchetta
SCIENTIFIC
COMMITTEE
CONSULTANTS
Dott. Cesare Luzi
WEBCONTENT
MANAGER
Dott.ssa Giovanna
Maino
INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONSHIP
Dott. Alberto Caprioglio
INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONSHIP
Dott. Lorenz Moser
PRESS OFFICER
Dott.ssa Camilla
Molinari
BANQUET
ORGANIZING
HEADGROUP
Dott.ssa Paola
Chiaramonte
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Advisory Committee Members of WIOA
CHAIRMAN
Dr. Young-Chel Park
Korea
Professor, Orthodontic Department,
College of Dentistry,
Yonsei University
ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Dr. Dieter Drescher
Germany
Professor, Director,
Westdeutsche Kieferklinik
Heinrich-Heine-University
Dusseldorf
Dr. Donald J. Ferguson
Usa
Professor & Dean, Nicolas & Asp
Postgraduate Institute,
Dubai Healthcare City
Dr. Birte Melsen
Denmark
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
Royal Dental College,
Aarhus University
Dr. Chia Tze Kao
Taiwan
Professor, Dental Department,
Chung Shan Medical University
Dr. Eric J.W. Liou
Taiwan
Professor and Program Director,
Department of Orthodontic,
Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
Dr. Eugene Roberts
USA
Professor, Jarabak Professor and Head,
Section of Orthodontics,
School of Dentistry,
Indiana University
Dr. Chooryung J. Chung
Dr. Cinar Atagun
Turkey
Professor, Orthodontic Department,
School of dentistry,
Ege University
Dr. Eung Kwon Pae
USA
Professor,
Orthodontic Department,
UCLA
Dr. Flabio Uribe
USA
Program Director,
Division of Orthodontic,
Department of Craniofacial Sciences,
University of Connecticut
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Advisory Committee Members of WIOA
Dr. George Anka
Japan
Private clinic
Dr. Glenn Sameshima
USA
Professor, Division of Craniofacial
Therpeutics and Sciences,
School of dentistry,
University of Southern California
Dr. Hideo Suzuki
Brasil
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
St. Leopold Mandic Research clinic
Dr. B. Giuliano Maino
Italy
Private clinic, Professor,
School of Maxillofacial Surgery,
University of Parma
Dr. Jang Yeol Lee
Korea
Private clinic
Dr. Joong Ki Lim
Korea
Private clinic
Dr. Heinrich Wehrbein
Germany
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
School of Dentistry,
Mainz University
Dr. John Jin-Jong Lin
Taiwan
Private clinic
Dr. junji Sugawara
Japan
Private clinic
Dr. Kee Joon Lee
Korea
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
College of Dentistry,
Yonsei University
M. Alì Darendeliler
Australia
Professor and Chair,
Department of Orthodontic,
School of Dentistry,
University of Sydney
Dr. Hsin-Chung Cheng
Taiwan
Professor, Director, Division of Orthodontic
department, Taipei Medical University
Hospital
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Advisory Committee Members of WIOA
Dr. Mani K. Prakash
India
Professor, Bombay Hospital & medical
research centre
Dr. Peter Ngan
USA
Professor and Chair,
Department of Orthodontic,
School of Dentistry,
West Virginia University
Dr. Somchai Satravaha
Thailand
President, Tai Association of Orthodontic
Dr. Robert L. Vanarsdall
USA
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
School of dentistry,
University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Seung Hyun Kyung
Korea
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
Institute of Oral Health Science, Samsung
Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University
Dr. Volkan Ozkan
Germany
Faculty member of Prof. Kopp’s
Departmente, Frankfurt University
Dr. Ryuzo Kanomi
Korea
Private clinic
Dr. Samar Al-Hayek
Arabia Saudita
Professor, College of Dentistry,
King Saud University
Dr. Tae Kyung Kim
Korea
Private clinic
Dr. Bai Yuxing
China
Professor, China capital Univ, Vice president of Chinese
Orthodontic Society
Dr. Ching-Huei Horng
Taiwan
Private clinic
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Advisory Committee Members of WIOA
Dr. Jurandir Antonio Barbosa
Brazil
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,St.
Leopold Mandic Research Center
AIDOr BOARD COMMITTEE 2011
PRESIDENT
Dott. B. Giuliano Maino
SECRETARY
Dott. Giovanni Biondi
CHAIRMAN
SCIENTIFIC
COMMITTEE
Dott. Davide Mirabella
TREASURER
Dott. Gabriele Zanchetta
SECRETARY OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Dr. Jung Yul Cha
Korea
Professor, Department of Orthodontic,
College of Dentistry, Yonsei University
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GENERAL INFORMATION
MAP OF VERONA
INTELLECTUAL PROPRERTY PROTECTION POLICY
Audio/Video-recording or photo-talking during the lectures in the auditorium is prohibited during the conference.
The organizing committee has the right to revoke attendee’s registration status after repeated reminders.
Please, do respect lectures’ intellectual properties.
Registration is required during the conference. The organizing committee will issue each attendee a name badge
according to his/her registration status. Attendee will be granted to enter auditorium and or trade exhibition hall
with the name badge.
Bagdes are colored to according to different registration status.
LUNCH/REFRESHMENT
Lunch service is available on Thursday from 13:00 to 14:15, Friday from 12:45 to 14:00 to which who has booked
it at the Organizing Agency.
The lunch will be served in the Loggia area. During the coffee breaks, refreshments will be provided in the trade
exhibition area as well as in the Loggia area.
SPEAKERS SLIDE CENTER
Speaker Center Slide is open to speakers exclusively, and each speaker may use this room within two hours prior
to his/her lecture time. The open hour for the preview roon is from 8:30 to 16:30 daily during the conference.
ECM ACCREDITATION
The organizing committee will issue 3,8 points according to the regulation of the authorized Provider.
CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
A certificate of attendance will be issued upon registration if attendee has pre-registered. For any on-site registration
attendee, the certificate of attendance will only be available at the end of the conference.
No certificate will be issued after the conference.
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WIOC 2011 - Pianta Generale - Aggiornata al 200911
auditorium
platea: 565 posti
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Aestetika HDC
Dental
Bio
Target PSM
RAY
platea: 565 posti
galleria
120 posti
palcoscenico
Dolphin
auditorium
Congresso
AIOT in porzione
Sala polifunzionale
5a
Essenza
palcoscenico
PALACE OF GRAN GUARDIA
Vatech
ASIO
Bio
Mat.
Secretariat
Zero
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Crown
Jun
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Martina
Sala
Convegni
214 posti
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AIDOr - Scientific Program Timetable
Thursday, October 6, 2011
AUDITORIUM (Basement)
8:00
9:00
Registration
Opening Ceremony
COMPARING ORTHODONTIC TECHNIQUES
CHAIRPERSON G. Siciliani - E. Barbato
9:20
Frank Weiland
(A. Carano Memorial Lecture)
10:00 Antonino Secchi
Complete clinical orthodontics.
10:30 Coffee Break
CHAIRPERSON C. Chimenti - S. Allegrini
11:00 Mauro Cozzani
Bidiself: The evidence based straightwire
evolution with selfligating brackets.
11:30
Alberto Caprioglio
Non compliance class ii mechanichs:
are all equals?
12:00
Giancarlo Cordasco
Self-ligating systematic:
from reaserch to clinical practice.
12:30
Discussion
13:00
Lunch
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3D AND CAD-CAM TECHNOLOGIES
SALA CONVEGNI (2nd floor)
ROOM POLIFUNZIONALE AIOT (1st floor)
PRECONGRESS COURSE “SENDAI SURGERY FIRST”
INTERCONGRESS COURSE
16:30
16:30
CHAIRPERSON R. Spena - C. Lanteri
14:15
15:00
15:30
16:00
Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman
Three-dimensional imaging of the face.
Francesco Garino
Orthocad ioc: from intraoral scanning
to clinical applications.
Giampietro Farronato
3D vs 2D cephalometrics.
Coffee Break
CHAIRPERSON G.Cordasco - A. Crescini
16:30
Roberta Lione
Immediate and post-retention dento-skeletal effects of
rapid maxillary expansion investigated by computed
tomography.
17:00
Luca Lombardo
Cone-bean computed tomography (cbct):
which are the real benefits in orthodontics?
17:30
Achille Farina
Orthodontic treatment with invisible aligners:
bias and reality.
17:30
Discussion
18:30
General Assembly ASIO
18:45
General Assembly AIDOr
Junji Sugawara
- Definition
- Background (Skeletal Anchorage System)
-Protocol
-Diagnosis
-Preparation for surgery
-Surgery
-Postsurgical orthodontic management
- Case presentation
- Indications and Contraindications
- Benefits and Risks
Ron Roncone
A Checklist Method for Complete Diagnosis and
Treatment Planning.
In orthodontics there are many variables each
patient presents with many differences and sets
of circumstances, including facial types, skeletal
differences, joint position and tooth positions to name
only a few.
In order to systemize and be able to truly diagnosis and
treat each person individually, we must have some order
in our clinical examinations, diagnostic records review,
treatment planning and treatment itself. This presentation
will show one method using a definitive checklist system
with examples for each of the above areas and several
cases of systematic treatment.
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3rd WIOC - Scientific Program Timetable
Friday, October 7, 2011
AUDITORIUM (Basement)
8:00
Registration
AVAILABLE ANCHORAGE DEVICES
CHAIRPERSON P. Ngan - G. Siciliani
9:00
Junji Sugawara
Strategic third molar extraction:
new extraction category.
9:30
10:00
Won Moon
Orthopedic correction of class III high angle
cases and novel implant design.
Kee Joon Lee
Lingual non-surgical treatment for adults with high risks.
10:30
Opening Cerimony
10:45
Coffee Break
BIOMECHANICS IN TADs APPLICATION
CHAIRPERSON A. Ferro - A. Darendeliler
11:15 Ravindra Nanda
Efficacy of TADs in closing extraction and missing teeth
spaces: a biomechanics perspective.
11:45
Flavio Uribe
Biomechanical applications using one-couple systems
and miniscrew splinting.
12:15
Benedict Wilmes
Skeletal anchorage in orthodontics:
next generation appliances.
12:45
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Lunch
3D MANAGEMENT OF TOOTH MOVEMENT
CHAIRPERSON P. Bantleon - S. Somchai
SALA CONVEGNI (2nd floor)
8:00
Registration
AVAILABLE ANCHORAGE DEVICES
14:00
Young-Chel Park
Correction of the anterior - posterior problems with
orthodontic mini-screws.
14:30
Jorge Faber
Correction of bialveolar dental protrusion with TADs.
A new treatment protocol.
15:00
George Anka
The challenges of facial asymmetries correction thru
occlusal management with TADs.
CHAIRPERSON U. D’Aloja - D. Drescher
9:00
Stefano Velo
Priority factors in the skeletal anchorage with miniscrews.
9:30
John K. Kaku
The molar distalization mechanics with tad.
10:00 Ryuzo Kanomi
New paradigm in orthopedic control using temporary
anchorage devices (TADs)
15:30
Coffee Break
10:30
Opening Cerimony
NON COMPLIANCE TREATMENT
10:45
Coffee Break
CHAIRPERSON S. Hayek - Y.C. Park
BIOMECHANICS IN TADs APPLICATION
16:00
CHAIRPERSON C.Savastaro - P. Obach Dejean
11:15 Lorenzo Favero
A new methodological and clinical approach for the
treatment of upper lateral incisors agenesis:
the posterior space opening.
11:45 Aldo Giancotti
Ideal applications of TADs in orthodontics:
a biomechanical point of view.
16:30
17:00
17:30
18:00
Birte Melsen
The advantages of using the tads indirectly.
Tamer Buyukylmaz
Mini screws and contact damage to the roots.
Eric J.W. Liou
The alveolar osseous reaction and changes of facial
profile in class iii adult patients treated with TADs.
A. Alì Darendeliler
New advances and orthopaedic applications using TADs.
Chairat Charoemratrote
Orthodontic mini-implant for short-faced class ii deep
bite correction.
12:15
E. Skander - F. Darqué
How to optimize lingual mechanics with mini-screw
implants!
12:45
Lunch
3D MANAGEMENT OF TOOTH MOVEMENT
CHAIRPERSON J. Bouserhal - G. Farronato
14:00
Jung-Yul Cha
Efficiency of digital dentistry: from virtual model to
indirect bonding system.
14:30
Antonio Gracco
Skeletal Anchorage and Customized Orthodontics: is it
possible to combine them?
15:00
Jang Yeol Lee
Role of miniscrew in surgical orthodontics.
Coffee Break
15:30
NON COMPLIANCE TREATMENT
CHAIRPERSON V. Ozkan - L. Moser
16:00
16:30
17:00
Hideo Suzuki
Compensating orthodonti c treatment:
a proposal of skeletal discrepancy diagnosis and
orthodontic implant selection.
Giuseppe Scuzzo
New lingual straight wire method: a look at the future.
Cesare Luzi
Improving the effects of herbst treatment with miniimplant supported anchorage.
17:30
Om Kharbanda
Mechanical and biological factors for the success of
miniscrews.
* Friday evening at 21.00 “Romeo and Juliet’s party and dinner”
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3rd WIOC - Oral presentation Program Timetable
Friday, October 7, 2011
ROOM POLIFUNZIONALE (1st floor)
14:00
Baswa
Gummy Smile: Types and Treatment.
14:10
F. Brugnami - A. Caiazzo
Incorporating Periodontally Accelerated Orthodontic
Movement and TADS in Multi-Disciplinary Treatment.
14:20
E. Cruz - SS. Liu - SB Blanchard - T. Stewart
A. Soto - MR. Allen
Effects of the diameter of orthodontic mini-implants on
microdamage in the dog maxilla and mandible.
16:10
K. Davarpanah - A. Decker - S. Szmukler-Moncler
3D planning and guided implant placement in the
partially edentulous orthodontic patient before starting
orthodontic treatment.
Mario Greco
Fishing for Impacted Second Molars.
16:20
14:50
Ha Na Song - Robert Banh - Ho-Yin Leung
Benjamin Wu - Won Moon
Assessing the Mechanical Stability of Novel Micro-implant
Design upon Simulation of Orthodontic Force.
16:40
15:00
C. Hong - W. Moon
Introduction to Novel Orthodontic Mini-Implant
Designs.
Ian Hutchinson
The aim of the study was to evaluate an unusal device,
an electronic prosthetic screwdriver,to facilitate the
placement of miniscrews.
14:30
14:40
15:10
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15:20
15:30
16:30
16:50
17:00
M. G. Laursen - B. Melsen
Simple mechanics to obtain intrusion and retraction
of anterior segments in periodontally compromised
dentitions.
Coffee Break
17:10
B.G. Maino - L. Mariani - I. Bozzo
G. Maino - A. Caprioglio
Dentoskeletal effects induced by molar distalization
with mgbm system.
D. Modoni - M. Modoni - G. Romano
Lower molars disinclusion using TADs.
17:20
C. Romanucci - K. Ricciardelli - M. Musilli
A. Romanucci
Different biomechanical approaches to dental
distalization (Part 1).
M. Marsico - A. Romanucci - F. Liccardo - M. Musilli
Different biomechanical approaches to dental
distalization (Part 2).
M. Musilli - M. Marsico - F. Grampone - A. Romanucci
No bracket head mini screws: are there limitations in
use? (Part 1).
M. Musilli - F. Liccardo - F. Grampone - M. D’Attilio
No bracket head mini screws: are there limitations in
use? (Part 2).
17:30
17:40
17:50
J. Ohtani - H. Sunagawa - T. Fujita - T. Kawata
M. Kaku - M. Motokawa - H. Koseki - N. Tsubamoto
E. Ishikawa - K. Tanne
A safety and reliable implantation method established by
using a torque controllable hand driver.
G. Rolla
Orthodontic superimposition of three dimensional
volumes obtained from CBCT.
S. Manopatanakul
Power of power arms.
C. Galli - M. Piemontese - F. Ravanetti - G. Passri
M. Gandolfini - G.M. Macaluso - B.G. Maino
D. Spadoni
The effect of surface treatment on cell responses to
grade 4 and 5 titanium for orthodontic mini-implants.
F. Vurro
The impacted maxillary canine: a proposed simple
miniscrews technique with no compliance and no
adversal reactions.
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3rd WIOC - Scientific Program Timetable
Saturday, October 8, 2011
AUDITORIUM (Basement)
SALA CONVEGNI (2nd floor)
8:00
8:00
Registration
ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT
ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT
CHAIRPERSON U. Moser - B.Melsen
8:45
S. Jay Bowman
Miniscrew distalization: i’ve got this feeling of déjà vu
lately.
12:30
Nicola Derton
O.A.S. (orthodontic anchorage screw):
a useful device in adult interdisciplinary treatment.
9:15
John Jin-Jong Lin
Tough class iii cases made easy.
Peter Ngan
Skeletal anchorage for class III orthopedic treatment.
13:00
Toru Deguchi
Comparison of orthodontic treatment outcome between
labial and lingual appliance and the use of miniscrews as
anchorage in extraction cases.
9:15
10:15
Hugo De Clerk
Bone anchored maxillary protraction in growing
class III patients.
13:30
9:45
10:45
Carriere Price - Honorary Member
F. Festa - G. Fiorillo
The anthropological concepts in treatment of tmd and
its occlusal relationship management through TADs
biomechanics.
11:00
Coffee Break
9:45
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH AND TADs
CHAIRPERSON E. Liou - J.Sugawara
11:30 W. Eugene Roberts
Fundamental principles of bone biology applied to
temporary and auxiliary anchorage implants.
12:00
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Shingo Kuroda
TADs facilitate interdisciplinary approach for patients with
multiple missing teeth.
Registration
CLOSING MEETING
CHAIRPERSON M. Cozzani - G. Anka
8:45
Moschos A. Papadopoulos
Interdisciplinary management of complex dental cases
by means of miniscrew implants.
10:15
Ramesh Sabhlok
Predictable maxillary molar distalization with
micro-implant anchorage in the correction of class II
malocclusion.
Andreu Puigdollers
Primary stability, mechanical performances and properties
of different commercially Mini-screws .
10:45
Tae-Woo Kim
Orthodontic treatment of skeletal open bite.
Carriere Price - Honorary Member
11:00
Coffee Break
12:30
13:00
13:30
Seong-Hun Kim
Less hardship, more options with c-tube miniplates.
Joong Ki Lim
Vertical maxillary excess correction using mini implant.
Johnny Joung-Lin Liao
total arch distalization with TADs.
CLOSING MEETING
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH AND TADs
CHAIRPERSON G. Scuzzo - A. Caprioglio
11:30 James Cheng-Yi Lin
Interdisciplinary and tads approach in short face partly
edentulous adults.
12:00
Dror Aizenbud
Absolute anchorage using tads for the management of
orthodontic-surgical cases.
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WELCOME LETTER
AIOT ORGANIZING
COMMITTEE:
President: S. Dall’Acqua
Secretary: P. Forni
Scientific Program: P. Carletti
Treasurer : P. Tedesco
Dear Colleagues,
I’m very pleased to inform you that the Italian Academy of Orthodontic Technicians in cooperation with AIDOr
will organize the VII National Congress in Verona at the “Palazzo della Gran Guardia” during the days of
October 7-8, 2011. In that occasion, our Academy will host the 3° International Congress of Orthodontic
Implants (WIOC) that will take place on October 6-7 and 8 of October 2011.
Topics will be:
- Indirect Bonding
- Free topics
The speakers will report on the newest developments on these topics with high professionality and particular
didactical contents.
I’m sure you will participate with great interest to the sessions’ days; at the same time, you will have the
opportunity to enjoy the beauties that a city like Verona can offer.
I, together with all the members of the Academy, will very much appreciate your participation to the Congress.
Looking forward to the pleasure of seeing you in October, I remain,
Sincerely yours.
Stefano Dall’Acqua
President Italian Academy of Orthodontic Technicians
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AIOT - Scientific Program Timetable
AIOT - Scientific Program Timetable
Friday, October 7, 2011
Saturday, October 8, 2011
ROOM POLIFUNZIONALE AIOT (1st floor)
ROOM POLIFUNZIONALE AIOT (1st floor)
8:00
8:00
Registration
Registration
INDIRECT BONDING DAY
INDIRECT BONDING DAY
9:00
Riccardo Riatti - Paolo Forni
Indirect positioning of a self-ligating equipment for a optimized aesthetically result.
9:00
Mariapaola Guarneri
Orthodontic treatment with aligners: the state of the art.
10:45
Coffee Break
10:00
11:15
President’s Welcome AIDOr Dr. Giuliano Maino
and President’s AIOT odt. Stefano Dall’Acqua.
Francesca Milano - Gianluca Forni
Oral appliances in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
11:00
Coffee Break
10:30
Giuseppe Scuzzo - Luca Lombardo
Lingual Straight Wire.
11:30
Daniele Modoni - Marco Valle
A new approach of a rapid palatal expander.
14:00
Ron Roncone
Placement of Vestibular Brackets by Indirect Bonding. Less Accurate than Lingual?
12:30
Gianluigi Galuppo
Woodside activator.
15:30
Coffee Break
13:15
16:00
Silvia Allegrini - Emanuele Paoletto
Laboratory and clinical practice in Indirect bonding: a team effort.
Maurizio Azzolina - Michele Barile
Auxiliaries fixed anchor dental intrusion
CLOSING MEETING
17:30
Panel discussion
Moderator Emanuele Paoletto
18:00
Assemblea AIOT
CLOSING MEETING
* Friday evening at 21.00 “Romeo and Juliet’s party and dinner”
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INVITED SPEAKERS
DROR AIZENBUD
1987
1990
1990
1991
B.M.S - Hebrew University and Hadassah School of Dental Medicine, Jerusalem, Israel.
M.S - Hebrew University and Hadassah School of Dental Medicine, Jerusalem, Israel.
D.M.D - Hebrew University and Hadassah School of Dental Medicine, Jerusalem, Israel.
Internship – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department, Rambam Medical Center and Technion
Faculty of Medicine, Haifa, Israel.
Certificate in Orthodontics – Orthodontic Department, Hebrew University and Hadassah School of Dental Medicine, Jerusalem, Israel.
Diplomat - Israeli Board of Orthodontics.
Fellowship – Craniofacial Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA.
Visiting Professor – Craniofacial Anomalies Center, Stanford University Hospital, California, USA.
Senior Lecturer – Technion, Faculty of Medicine, Haifa, Israel.
Department Chairman: Orthodontic and Craiofaci
▪ Dror Aizenbud
▪ Antonio Gracco
▪ W. Eugene Roberts
▪ George Anka
▪ John K. Kaku
▪ Ron Roncone
▪ S. Jay Bowman
▪ Ryuzo Kanomi
▪ Ramesh Sabhlok
▪ Tamer Buyukylmaz
▪ Om Kharbanda
▪ Giuseppe Scuzzo
▪ Alberto Caprioglio
▪ Seong-Hun Kim
▪ Antonino Secchi
▪ Jung-Yul Cha
▪ Tae-Woo Kim
▪ Junji Sugawara
▪ Chairat Charoemratrote
▪ Shingo Kuroda
▪ Hideo Suzuki
▪ Giancarlo Cordasco
▪ Kee Joon Lee
▪ Flavio Uribe
▪ Mauro Cozzani
▪ Jang Yeol Lee
▪ Stefano Velo
▪ M. Alì Darendeliler
▪ Johnny Joung-Lin Liao
▪ Frank Weiland
▪ Francois Darqué
▪ Joong Ki Lim
▪ Benedict Wilmes
▪ Achille Farina
▪ James Cheng-Yi Lin
TITLE
ABSOLUTE ANCHORAGE USING TADS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF ORTHODONTIC-SURGICAL CASES.
▪ Felice Festa
▪ John Jin-Jong Lin
▪ Gianluigi Fiorillo
▪ Roberta Lione
ABSTRACT
▪ Hugo De Clerk
▪ Eric J.W. Liou
▪ Toru Deguchi
▪ Luca Lombardo
▪ Nicola Derton
▪ Cesare Luzi
▪ Skander Ellouze
▪ Birte Melsen
▪ A.M. Kuijpers - Jagtman
▪ Won Moon
▪ Jorge Faber
▪ Ravindra Nanda
▪ Giampietro Farronato
▪ Peter Ngan
▪ Lorenzo Favero
▪ Moschos A. Papadopoulos
▪ Francesco Garino
▪ Young-Chel Park
▪ Aldo Giancotti
▪ Andrew Puigdollers
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2008
2010
Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) are immediate loaded mini screws that are placed to control tooth movement during orthodontic
treatment and removed when the treatment has been completed. They are a relatively new addition to the dental armament and in some
cases they can be used to replace traditional anchorage of orthodontic extra-oral appliances and/or titanium mini-plates with monocortical
screws temporarily fixed in the mandible and maxilla for absolute anchorage. TADs have a high success rate and they are strong enough
to allow absolute anchorage also in orthodontic-surgical combined cases. This may include skeletal anchorage, facilitating a light eruptive
pulling force on the impacted tooth by means of intraoral elastics which are connected from the mini-screw to an orthodontic brace
attached to the impacted tooth. It is even extremely important as an alternative option to surgical extraction of a complex positioned
wisdom tooth. Extraction of a third molar located in close proximity to the mandibular canal or to the lower mandibular body border
may result in neuro-sensation impairment due to inferior alveolar nerve injury or mandibular body fracture caused by loosening of bone
mass in the mandibular lower border site. In addition TADs may serve as a skeletal anchorage in 3 dimensional control of bone segment
mobilization by means of distraction osteogenesis. Multidirectional orthodontic forces exerted via intraoral elastics and a fixed orthodontic
appliance may enable redirection of the distracted bone segmented into an accurate preplanned position. The aim of this presentation
is to describe a multidisciplinary approach applying TADs in a series of combined orthodontic surgical cases. A detailed orthodontic and
surgical evaluation and biomechanical considerations along with a definitive treatment plan and post treatment follow-up will be presented
for each of the cases.
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GEORGE ANKA
S. JAY BOWMAN
Presenter was trained in the field of Oral Surgery and Orthodontic.
Received a Master Degree in Orthodontic from Northwestern University 1981.
Maintaining Private Orthodontic Practice in Tokyo, Japan.
Member of Implant Orthodontic Conference Committee of Japan.
Advisor Committee of World Implant Orthodontic Conference
Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics
Member of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists
Fellow of the American College of Dentists
Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy
Adjunct Associate Professor, Saint Louis University
Straightwire Instructor, The University of Michigan
Clinical Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University
Regent of the AAOF
TITLE
THE CHALLENGES OF FACIAL ASYMMETRIES CORRECTION THRU OCCLUSAL MANAGEMENT WITH TADs.
TITLE
MINISCREW DISTALIZATION: I’VE GOT THIS FEELING OF DÉJÀ VU LATELY.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
With the introduction of TADs in clinical Orthodontics after the AAO meeting 1999 San Diego which is approximately 12 years ago, where
we discussed about the name TADs itself and it implementation in Orthodontic science. Since then, we are familiar with the intrusion,
extrusion, distalization and mesialization of all teeth in 3D of space where were difficult if not impossible with conventional orthodontic
mechanic in the past. In this presentation we like to focus on one area of sagittal section of asymmetry of the face caused by canted
occlusal plane.The treatments of asymmetry will involve into two areas, first eliminating of the cause whenever possible such as bad habit,
posture etc., and next help by movingg the teeth into an ideal position within their alveolar or sometime with the alveolar housing itself to
give a camouflage effect to please the face after the treatment. This presentation will introduce one of the system involve in 3D correction of
canted occlusal plane with TADS. The presentation will oriented on its bio mechanic and of how far we can do with the skeletal camouflage
with orthodontic alone and its limitation. This presentation was chosen in this opportunity as in many times in daily orthodontic practice
we are dealing with patients with skeletal problems but who hesitate to receive surgical intervention correction. This presentation will give
an example treatment of the grey zone (orthodontic or surgery); a way of how we can do dental alveolar compensation and dental alveolar
orthopedic with TADs, eliminating the surgical procedure.
Moving’ molars back is but one strategy to outsmart the dentoalveolar compensation mechanism for growing individuals. As a consequence,
a montage of molar pushers have certainly gained market share over the past quarter century. Various gadgets and gizmos have been
proposed and promoted to produce predictable Class I molars; often making unsupported claims of efficacy. Problems especially arise
at the cessation of facial growth as attendant anterior anchorage loss becomes problematic for dentally-anchored distalizing devices.
Research investigations of a series of more than 700 “distalized” patients have directed the continued evolution and improvements of
techniques, devices, and more than a couple of papers. We return again to pose the problem: if prevention of anchorage loss is an issue
for a particular patient, then a device dependent upon pure skeletal anchorage, (specifically, the Horseshoe Jet with mini-screw support)
may provide the solution.
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▪ Examination of the evidence regarding the evolution of molar distalization mechanisms.
▪ Discussion of the development of a distalization appliance (Horseshoe Jet), supported by pure skeletal anchorage; eliminating the
concerns of anchorage loss.
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TAMER BÜYÜKYILMAZ
ALBERTO CAPRIOGLIO
Attended the postgraduate program at the Department of Orthodontics, University of Oslo where he got his
master degree in 1993 and PhD in 2003. He is currently in private practice in Adana, Turkey.
He is an active member of the Angle Society of Europe and has lectured in national and international
orthodontic programs.
Dental degree and the title of Specialist in Orthodontics at the University of Pavia.
Associate professor at the school of dentistry of the University of Insubria in Varese.
Chairman of the post-graduate course of orthodontics.
Member of S.I.D.O., E.O.S., A.A.O., W.F.O. and IBO certified.
TITLE
MINI SCREWS AND CONTACT DAMAGE TO THE ROOTS.
TITLE
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
The aim of this presentation is to show the clinical consequences of injured root surfaces when mini screws intentionally had been moved
into contact with premolar roots or premolar roots accidentally touched by the mini screw or the pilot drill. The SEM findings on the surface
morphology and histological findings of the damaged and repaired root surfaces will be presented. Long-term outcome of teeth with
possible iatrogenic damage following mini screw application will be discussed.
Objectives: To compare dento-alveolar and skeletal effects resulting from the use of 3 different molar distalization devices in treatment of
Class II dental malocclusion: Pendulum, Fast-Back and MGBM-System.
MATERIAL AND METHOD: 103 patients were selected and analyzed with a retrospective study. Lateral cephalograms and model cast
were analyzed before, post-distalization and at the end of the treatment.
RESULTS: The length of time for obtaining molar distalization was on average 8 months for Pendulum and MGBM-System and 9 months for
Fast-Back. All the 3 systems were effective to obtain molar distalization. A greater inclination of the occlusal plane and a greater mandibular
post-rotation was observed in all 3 groups. All the appliances were effective in obtaining a satisfactory Class I relation.
CONCLUSION: The results, in relation to different dento-alveolar effects found, lead us to use Pendulum or Fast-Back and MGBM
System with specific indications for the treatment of class II malocclusion compared to dento-alveolar and skeletal pattern or aesthetic
characteristics of orthodontic patients.
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NON COMPLIANCE CLASS II MECHANICHS: ARE ALL EQUALS?
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JUNG-YUL CHA
CHAIRAT CHAROEMRATROTE
1999
2002
2007
DDS, MSc(Orthodontics), Cert. in Advanced Graduate Study in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics,
DScD (Orthodontics),Thai Board of Orthodontics, American Board of Orthodontics.
Dr. Chairat Charoemratrote is the President-elect of Thai Association of Orthodontists and an organizing
chair of the 5th World Implant Orthodontic Conference which will be held in Thailand in 2013. He is a head
of Orthodontic section and Vice Dean for Administration at Prince of Songkla University, Thailand. He is
an associate professor in Orthodontics. Dr. Charoemratrote graduated his Dentistry and master degree in
Orthodontics from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. He continued another orthodontic training
at Boston University and received Doctorate degree in Orthodontics from the same university. He is a
diplomate of the Thai board of Orthodontics as well as a diplomate of the American board of Orthodontics.
Dr. Charoemratrote conducts many research projects including Class II treatment, mini-screw implant,
orthodontic materials and innovative clinical research. He is currently practicing in both university dental
clinic and his own private clinic.
Doctor of Dental Science DDS College of Dentistry Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Master of Science Dept. of Orthodontics, College of Dentistry Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
PhD Degree Dept. of Orthodontics, College of Dentistry Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Thesis: Influence of implant conical structure on the stability of orthodontic mini-screw
2004 - 2005
2005
2006 - Present
2008 - 2010
2008 - Present
Visiting Professor, Dept of Orthodontics University of Southern California
National Institute of Health, Clinical Research Course (United State)
Editor of Scientific Affairs, Korean Journal of Orthodontics
Assistant Directo r, Korean Association of orthodontist
Assistant Professor
TITLE
EFFICIENCY OF DIGITAL DENTISTRY: FROM VIRTUAL MODEL TO INDIRECT BONDING SYSTEM.
TITLE
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Maxillary molar distalization is a useful approach for the resolution of Class II malocclusion. In deep bite with short facial height cases,
Computerized 3D virtual dental models are currently available, and their use has started to improve treatment outcomes. The accuracy of
digital models has been demonstrated by many studies and this system is now being applied to assess the American Board of Orthodontics
objective grading system (ABO OGS). Recently, a digital model was combined with a high technology computer-driven system, which was
developed for the application of a digital set-up and indirect bonding of lingual attachments. In this presentation, virtual treatment planning
using a virtual set-up program will be introduced, and the clinical application and accuracy of computer-generated indirect bonding will be
discussed. In addition, surgical guide system as a new implantation method of orthodontic miniscrew will be presented.
Maxillary molar distalization is a useful approach for the resolution of Class II malocclusion. In deep bite with short facial height cases,
molars need to be extruded to reduce the over bite and to increase the facial height simultaneously. Cervical-pulled headgear is an
appliance of choice but the outcome is often compromised by patients’ compliance. In this presentation, interdental mini-implants are
introduced between upper molars and second premolars together with trans-palatal arch on the upper molars. Right and left heavy buccal
wires are placed in the head gear tubes for transferring force from the mini-implants to the upper molars. After achieving the molars in Class
I relationship together with extrusion, the appliances are maintained to support the anchorage during premolar and canine retraction. From
cephalometric superimposition, the upper molars are both distalized and extruded while the facial height is increased. Case selection,
rationale of their function, the protocol of their use and clinical cases will be presented.
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ORTHODONTIC MINI-IMPLANT FOR SHORT-FACED CLASS II DEEP BITE CORRECTION.
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GIANCARLO CORDASCO
MAURO COZZANI
Born in Cosenza on 05/08/1949, degree in Medicine at the University of Messina on 30/07/1976. Research
fellow in the Department of Dentistry of the University of Messina since 01/08/1980. Full professor of
Orthodontic at the Dental School of the University of Messina. Head of Oral Hygene School from 1997 to
2004. Head of Dental Schoolof the University of Messina since 2004. Head of Dental Clinic since 1997.
Director of National Interest Research Project Years 2005-2006 (Minestry of University and Research and
Department of Health) “Anatomo-Topographic evaluation of splancnocranio structures after rapid and
slow maxillary expansion: a clinical randomized and controlled trial”. Scientific Member of National Interest
Research Project Years 2007-2008 (Minestry of University and Research and Department of Health) “From
2D Cephalometry to Low dose 3D CT. A clinical trial about cephalometric standards in growing patients
with normal occlusion”. Director of of the Master in “Orthodontic Science and Orthognatic Surgery”, Dental
School, University of Messina (2006-07). Director of of the Master in “Orthodontic and Pediatric Dentistry”,
Dental School, University of Messina (2008-09). Director of of the Master in “Clinical Orthodontic”, Dental
School, University of Messina (2010-11).
Dr. Cozzani is active member of the Angle Society of Europe, Diplomate of the ABO, of the EBO (Chairman
of the Examiners 2009-11) and former president of Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia (2007-09), Italian
Board of Orthodontics (2006-07) and ASIO (Italian Society of Specialists in Orthodontics 2005), co-editor
of Progress in Orthodontics (2004-2007).
He has published more than 50 papers in specialized italian and foreign journals, and has given over 100
speeches, communications and courses in Italy and abroad.
His research activity focuses on: molecular biology and bone regeneration, while his clinical interest is
focused on early treatment, arch form, non compliance appliances, temporary anchorage devices,
selfligating brackets, clear aligners.
TITLE
SELF-LIGATING SYSTEMATIC: FROM REASERCH TO CLINICAL PRACTICE.
TITLE
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Computerized 3D virtual dental models are currently available, and their use has started to improve treatment outcomes. The accuracy of
digital models has been demonstrated by many studies and this system is now being applied to assess the American Board of Orthodontics
objective grading system (ABO OGS). Recently, a digital model was combined with a high technology computer-driven system, which was
developed for the application of a digital set-up and indirect bonding of lingual attachments. In this presentation, virtual treatment planning
using a virtual set-up program will be introduced, and the clinical application and accuracy of computer-generated indirect bonding will be
discussed. In addition, surgical guide system as a new implantation method of orthodontic miniscrew will be presented.
This presentation will outline and clinically demonstrate the importance of:
▪ a correct diagnosis and treatment plan;
▪ using, in the same patient, brackets with different slot dimensions;
▪ using, in the same patient, active and passive selfligating brackets;
▪ a logical wire sequence;
▪ filling some slots horizontally and vertically;
in order to enhance the effect of selfligating appliances.
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BIDISELF: THE EVIDENCE BASED STRAIGHTWIRE EVOLUTION WITH SELFLIGATING BRACKETS.
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M. ALI DARENDELILER
FRANCOIS DARQUE
Dr Darendeliler is Professor and Chair of Orthodontic, Discipline of Orthodontics, at the University of Sydney
and Head of Department, Sydney Dental Hospital, Sydney South West Area Health Service. He received his
dentistry training from the University of Istanbul and his PhD from the University of Gazi, in Turkey and his
first specialist training in orthodontics from the University of Geneva, Switzerland and his second specialist
training from the High Education Counsil, Turkey. During the course of his career he has undertaken duties
as a clinical instructor, research and postgraduate coordinator (Maître d’Assisstant et de Recherche) at
the University of Geneva, Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Research Professor at
the University of Southern California. His research interests include orthodontic tooth movement, root
resorption, obstructive sleep apnoea, temporary anchorage devices, sequential aligners, self-ligating
brackets, orthopaedic treatment modalities, magnetic fields and forces and dentofacial orthopedics. He
lectured in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia
Associate Professor Department of Orthodontics University of Bordeaux France.
Private Practice in Bordeaux France.
Vice president College Européen d’Orthodontie.
TITLE
NEW ADVANCES AND ORTHOPAEDIC APPLICATIONS USING TADs.
TITLE
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Following the introduction of the Temporary Anchorage Devices laboratory and clinical research focused on simplifying direct and indirect
anchorage methods and mechanics as well as in improving the primary and secondary stability of mini-screws. Different ways of using
TADs in orthopaedic corrections and a new screw design to increase stability have been tested at the University of Sydney.
Bone supported Anchorage have certainly changed the face Of Orthodontics in the recent years allowing orthodontists to propose NEW
Treatment Options that have not been available before.
Today, after more than 10 years of clinical use of Micro Implants, the enhanced understanding of their Impact on Biomechanics, Diagnosis,
and Treatment Strategies, makes these new treatment Modalities still more efficient.
During this presentation, the Speaker will focus on updated treatment approach of various malocclusions combining Micro Implants
with lingual technique.
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HOW TO OPTIMIZE LINGUAL MECHANICS WITH MINI-SCREW IMPLANTS!
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ACHILLE FARINA
FELICE FESTA
Professor Felice Festa is the Director of Department of Orthodontics and Orofacial Pain and Specialty
in Orthodontics at University “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara, Italy. He focuses research and clinical
approach on orthodontic treatment for TMJ patients, 3D diagnosis in orthodontics and orthognatic surgery
and genomic applications for orthodontics.
Dr. Farina, holds scientific degree from A.Calini, Brescia (Italy); Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Università
degli Studi at Milano (Italy); “Diplome d’Université d’Orthodontie et Orthopédie Dento et Maxillo-Faciale”
from Université de Bourgogne at Dijon (France); MS in Dentistry in Orthodontics from Università degli
Studi at Cagliari (Italy). He holds a private practice limited to orthodontics in Brescia (Italy). Dr. Farina was
among the first doctors in Italy using invisible aligners treatments and he is at present one of the most
skilled doctors in the country. He published several scientific papers and gave more than 90 lectures on
orthodontic treatmets with invisible aligners in Europe in the last ten years.
Dr. Farina is Honorary Member of the Italian Society of General Dentistry, Member of the Italian Society
of Orthodontics, Founder Member of the Italian Academy of Orthodontists, International Member of the
American Association of Orthodontists and Fellow of the World Federation of Orthodontists.
He has written over 200 international papers with Impact factor on cranio-spine correlation in healthy and
TMJ population, the splint and low-friction therapy on TMJ patients, 3D volumetric reconstruction of
face before and after orthognatic surgery therapy, anthropologic studies on remodeling velocity of maxillomandibular complex during evolution of Homo sapiens, the applications of stem cells in orthodontics.
Professor Festa is President Elect of SIDO (Italian Orthodontic Society) for 2013. He takes courses on
Orthodontics for TMJ in many countries.
TITLE
TITLE
ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT WITH INVISIBLE ALIGNERS: BIAS AND REALITY.
THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONCEPTS IN TREATMENT OF TMD AND ITS OCCLUSAL RELATIONSHIP
MANAGEMENT THROUGH TADS BIOMECHANICS.
ABSTRACT
In the last years the number of patients requiring orthodontic treatment with invisible aligners is considerably increased and it probably will
in the next future. What are the challenges and the possibilities of this treatment modality at present? Is inter-proximal enamel reduction
necessary with aligners? Is it still possible and fair to refuse aligners’ treatment by an orthodontic professional? Are there malocclusions
where this could be the treatment modality of choice? This questions and others will be answered during the presentation.
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ABSTRACT
The changes of shape and spatial position of the jaws induced by evolution are the core of the etiopathogenetic theory of craniomandibular
disorders proposed by the authors. The predisposition to the development of the disease lies in the anatomy of the maxillary and in the
occlusal relationship and only Orthodontics can obtain a stable results of therapy. Orthodontics may be associated with orthognatic
surgery, exclusive or associated with the use of TAD. The TADs biomechanics can achieve results not obtainable by other traditional
orthodontic means or without orthognatic surgery, and gives results unthinkable a few years ago for every orthodontist. In addition, the
authors emphasize the importance of Cone Beam 3D technology for refined diagnosis and treatment planning of cases with DCM.
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GIANLUIGI FIORILLO
HUGO DE CLERCK
Laurea in Odontoiatria con lode nel 1992 presso l’Università La Sapienza di Roma; Specializzazione in
Ortognatodonzia con lode presso l’Università di Ferrara nel 2000. Perfezionamento in Odontoiatria
Pediatrica a Roma La Sapienza nel 1995 e in Ortodonzia –Tecnica dell’arco segmentato a Napoli Federico
II nel 1996. E’ dal 2003 Professore a Contratto presso la Scuola di Specializzazione dell’Università
G.D’Annunzio di Chieti Pescara. Vive e lavora a Roma dove si occupa esclusivamente di Ortodonzia. E’
Socio Attivo SIDO, società della quale è stato Revisore dei Conti negli anni 2006/2007 e Presidente della
Commissione Model Display negli anni 2008/2009. Coordina i gruppi di studio MBTeam delle città di Roma
e Chieti. Ha disegnato per conto di una azienda di materiali per implantologia una minivite per ancoraggio
ortodontico. E’ autore di pubblicazioni su riviste italiane e internazionali ed è stato relatore a numerosi Corsi
e Congressi in Italia.
Hugo De Clerck is a graduate of the Rijksuniversiteit Gent’s orthodontic program, he received his PhD
in 1986 and he maintained a private practice in Brussels since more than 20 years. He received the
European Research Essay Award in 1988. He has been Professor and Chairperson of the Department of
Orthodontics at the Université Catholique de Louvain from 1989 to 2006. Currently he’s Adjunct Professor
at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He’s a former President of the Belgian Orthodontic
Society and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. His main research interests are in skeletal
anchorage, biomechanics and orthopedics. He lectured extensively on these topics throughout the world.
TITLE
TITLE
THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONCEPTS IN TREATMENT OF TMD AND ITS OCCLUSAL RELATIONSHIP
MANAGEMENT THROUGH TADS BIOMECHANICS.
BONE ANCHORED MAXILLARY PROTRACTION IN GROWING CLASS III PATIENTS.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Miniplates resist better to high discontinuous forces than miniscrews do. Therefore they can be used for intermaxillary orthopedic traction.
Class III elastics can be fixed between Bollard anchors on the skeletal base of the maxilla and mandible of young growing patients. Can the
growth of the maxilla and/or mandible be stimulated, restricted or redirected? Which biomechanical approach should be used? What’s
the best loading protocol? The results of this continuous pure orthopedic traction will be discussed based on a Cone-beam CT at T1 and
T2 registered on the anterior cranial base. The outcome will be compared to a control group and face mask orthopedics.
The changes of shape and spatial position of the jaws induced by evolution are the core of the etiopathogenetic theory of craniomandibular
disorders proposed by the authors. The predisposition to the development of the disease lies in the anatomy of the maxillary and in the
occlusal relationship and only Orthodontics can obtain a stable results of therapy. Orthodontics may be associated with orthognatic
surgery, exclusive or associated with the use of TAD. The TADs biomechanics can achieve results not obtainable by other traditional
orthodontic means or without orthognatic surgery, and gives results unthinkable a few years ago for every orthodontist. In addition, the
authors emphasize the importance of Cone Beam 3D technology for refined diagnosis and treatment planning of cases with DCM.
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TORU DEGUCHI
NICOLA DERTON
1992
1996
1998
2001
2001
2002
2005
2008
2010
DDS, MD. Postgraduate in Orthodontics. Active Member of European College of Orthodontics (CEO),
Regular Member Tweed, Intructor at Tweed Foundation(Tucson, Arizona), Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia,
Provisional Member IBO, gruppo Gaslini ortodonzia, RedOI, SIDO. Speaker in national and international
congresses and courses. Update courses in many Italian and European Universityes. Author of scientific
publications on national and international reviews dealing with miniscrew. Many years long miniscrew
clinical experience. Private practitioner.
Graduated Aichi-Gakuin University School of Dentistry
Graduated PhD course in Orthodontics in Okayama University
Research fellow in Indiana University
Graduated Master’s course in Orthodontics in Indiana University
Clinical instructor in Department of Orthodontics in Indiana University
Assistant professor in Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics in Okayama University
Lecturer in Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics in Okayama University
Lecturer in Division of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics in Tohoku University
Associate professor in Division of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics in Tohoku University
TITLE
COMPARISON OF ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT OUTCOME BETWEEN LABIAL AND LINGUAL APPLIANCE
AND THE USE OF MINISCREWS AS ANCHORAGE IN EXTRACTION CASES.
ABSTRACT
The use of miniscrew as orthodontic anchorage has been widely accepted in the field of orthodontics during recent years. In the past we
have reported the effective use of miniscrews as orthodontic anchorage by comparing the clinical outcome with conventional orthodontic
treatment in various malocclusions. In this presentation, I would like to compare the clinical outcome between labial and lingual appliance
and with or without the use of miniscrews. The need of lingual appliances still has been increasing especially among Asian populations
because of aesthetic reason. However, compared with labial appliance, lingual appliance is known to have different clinical outcome such
as the “bite opening effect” and decreased axial inclination of maxillary incisors. Therefore, we have evaluated the occlusion by objective
grading system (OGS), skeletal aspect by cephalometric analysis and functional problem by Gnathohexagraph. We have compared cases
treated with labial appliance with the use of miniscrew, labial appliance without the use of miniscrew, lingual appliance with the use of
miniscrew, and lingual appliance without the use of miniscrew in 50 patients. From results of the present study, superior anchorage and
incisor control was observed by the cephalometric analysis. Better torque control is possible in lingual appliance, however, root paralleling
is difficult in lingual compared to labial appliance. In addition, there was no significant functional problem in lingual cases. Therefore, from
our quantitative clinical evaluation, we have precisely indicated the problems in finishing lingual cases that would be valuable from clinical
point of view.
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TITLE
O.A.S. (ORTHODONTIC ANCHORAGE SCREW): A USEFUL DEVICE IN ADULT INTERDISCIPLINARY
TREATMENT.
ABSTRACT
Nowadays orthodontics is not only for children and adalescents. For the past three decades increasing numbers of adults have been
referred to orthodontists to correct their malocclusion; often interdisciplinary approach seems to be the suitable way to make prudent
treatment decision for these patients. A team or orthodontist, oral surgeon, periodontist and restorative dentist must interact to achieve
the best goals in adult complex cases. In the last years, miniscrews have become the most used device to provide absolute anchorage
without patient compliance; their utilize can be critically advantageous for interdisciplinary adult treatment. Emploing case reports, some
clinical application in whome the use of miniscrew contributes to reach better outcomes will be described (upper molar distalization in nocompliance patient without loss of anchorage, orthodontic extrusion and lower molar uprighting without bonding any tooth).
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ELLOUZE SKANDER
ANNE MARIE KUIJPERS-JAGTMAN
Dr. Ellouze has received his Degree in Dental Surgery from the Faculty of Monastir (TUNISIA) and completed
his Post-Graduate Certificate in Orthodontics at the University of Bordeaux (France) and Post-Graduate
Certificate in Lingual Orthodontics at University of Paris V.
He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Bordeaux (France).
He is a Member of European Orthodontic College (CEO) and was the Chairman of the Congress of the
CEO in 2010.
An internationally renowned lecturer in Orthodontics, Dr. Ellouze has written several articles, and is achieving
a book titled: Mini-Implants, the future of Orthodontics (Quintescence International).
Dr. Ellouze maintains a private practice in Tunis, which is limited to Orthodontics for Children and Adults,
and lingual Orthodontics.
Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman has been Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Orthodontics and
Craniofacial Biology at the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, since 1995.
TITLE
HOW TO OPTIMIZE LINGUAL MECHANICS WITH MINI-SCREW IMPLANTS!
ABSTRACT
Bone supported Anchorage have certainly changed the face Of Orthodontics in the recent years allowing orthodontists to propose NEW
Treatment Options that have not been available before.
Today, after more than 10 years of clinical use of Micro Implants, the enhanced understanding of their Impact on Biomechanics, Diagnosis,
and Treatment Strategies, makes these new treatment Modalities still more efficient.
During this presentation, the Speaker will focus on updated treatment approach of various malocclusions combining Micro Implants with
lingual technique.
Professor Kuijpers-Jagtman is a Past-President of the European Orthodontic Society, a former President of
the Dutch Society for the Study of Orthodontics and also of the Dutch Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association.
At present she is Councillor of the World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO). She is the chairing the
European Orthodontic Teachers Forum and she serves as the co-chairperson of the Network for Erasmus
Based European Orthodontic Programmes (NEBEOP).
In 2002 she was honoured with the Fellowship in Dental Surgery by Election of the Royal College of
Surgeons of England, in 2004 she received the Cesare Luzi Memorial Award of SIDO in Italy, and in 2011
the Swiss Paul Herren Award. She was awarded Knight in the Order of Orange-Nassau (Royal Honour of
Her Majesty the Queen) for services to cleft lip and palate in 2007. In 2009 and 2011 her group received
the Samuel Berkowitz Award of the American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association for the best publication
on long-term results of cleft lip and palate treatment. In 2010 she was awarded the title of Principal Lecturer of the UMC St Radboud.
Professor Kuijpers-Jagtman is Editor-in-Chief of Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research, which is the journal with the highest impact factor
in orthodontics. She is serving on the Editorial Board of several other international journals. She has (co)authored over 260 publications
in Medline on her main topics of interest, which are now 3D-imaging in orthodontics, the biological background of orthodontics, evidence
based orthodontic therapy, and cleft lip and palate. She has lectured extensively on these topics in 36 countries around the globe.
TITLE
THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMAGING OF THE FACE.
ABSTRACT
Digital technology is becoming an ever more important procedure in most of our clinical activities and thus orthodontists and maxillofacial
surgeons are increasingly adding digital technology to their clinical records. The technology to produce three dimensional images of the
face has been improved and refined over the last decade and fulfills now our diagnostic purposes. Radiation based techniques, laser
surface scanning, structured light techniques, stereophotogrammetry, MRI and ultrasound are three-dimensional facial imaging techniques
that are available now. The next step on the horizon is 4D motion analysis. The purpose of this lecture is to explore the latest developments
in surface imaging of the face and to expose the audience to the question: is it time for me to go three-dimensional?
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JORGE FABER
GIAMPIETRO FARRONATO
Dr. Faber is Professor of Orthodontics of University of Brasília. He holds a Master degree in Orthodontics
and PhD degree in Biology-Morphology. He reviews biostatistics for AJODO and other journals. He is
currently the Editor-in-Chief of Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics, the main South American orthodontic
publication. He received the 2010 Best Case Report of the Year Award for the best case report published
in 2009 in AJODO.
In 1975/76 he took the Medical and Surgical degree at the University of Padova.
In 1978 he obtained the postgraduate degree in Oral Pathology and Clinical Dentistry.
In. 1979/80 he obtained the postgraduate degree in Orthodontics.
Fom 1/11/2000 he is Full Professor in the scientific line MED/28 Oral Pathology.
From 2002 he is the coordinator of Dental Hygienist degree.
From 2008-2009 is the director of the postgraduate course in Orthodontics.
TITLE
TITLE
CORRECTION OF BIALVEOLAR DENTAL PROTRUSION WITH TADS. A NEW TREATMENT PROTOCOL.
3D VS 2D CEPHALOMETRICS.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Traditional orthodontic therapy of bialveolar dental protrusion (BDP) in adults is frequently associated with extractions along the visible
spectrum of the smile. This is performed in order to attain the sufficient space required to solve the problem through teeth retraction.
Although this may well be considered the best treatment option in some cases, it is actually a paradox. A considerable number of
patients undergo this therapy in the pursue of aesthetic improvements, while extractions end up jeopardizing the beauty of the smile
and the face, regardless of the presence of an orthodontic appliance. Extractions aesthetic side effects keep many patients away from
orthodontic treatments, especially those people whose aesthetic demands are not compatible with pre-molars or first molars extractions.
Nevertheless, a new way of avoiding extractions and correcting BDP is the use of miniplates to retract both upper and lower teeth
simultaneously. Dr. Faber has been employing this treatment alternative for many years in his private practice and this conference is going
to address its execution.
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The cephalometric analyses play an important role in the diagnosis and treatment planning. The traditional cephalometric analyses are
based on three different x-ray projections: the latero-lateral tele-radiography, the postero-anterior tele-radiography and the axial projection.
Nevertheless, conventional radiographs are limited, because they provide a 2-dimensional representation of 3-dimensional structures. The
traditional system, analysing separately the three dimensions, shows a weak point because often the dentofacial alterations take place in
a three dimensional space. CBCT properly represents the 3-dimensional morphology of the cranium skeletal structures. In the Orthodontic
Department of the University of Milan, the cephalometric analysis is performed through a new 3-dimensional methodology. This new
methodology allows an easy, effective and repeatable way to decrease the operator-driven errors. This new 3-dimensional methodology is
based on the identification of 18 points, of which 10 median points and 8 lateral points, all of them identified on a hard tissues TC section
and verified on the two remaining TC sections.The introduction of 3D imaging technique is definitely revolutionizing the planning phase of
the combined orthodontic-surgical treatment. The use of the computer, together with a dedicated software, allow for a fast, precise and
standardized procedure.
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LORENZO FAVERO
FRANCESCO GARINO
Il Prof. Lorenzo Favero si è laureato in Medicina e Chirurgia presso l’Università degli Studi di Padova.
Si è specializzato in Odontostomatologia, in Ortognatodonzia e in Otorinolaringoiatria e Patologia Cervico
Facciale presso l’Università degli Studi di Padova.
E’ titolare della cattedra di Gnatologia Clinica nel Corso di Laurea in Odontoiatria e Protesi Dentaria e nel
Corso di Laurea in Igiene Dentale dell’Università di Padova.
E’ inoltre titolare dell’insegnamento di Malattie Odontostomatologiche al Corso di Laurea in Medicina e
Chiurgia.
E’ Vice Direttore della Scuola di Specializzazione in Ortognatodonzia dell’Università degli Studi di Padova.
Ha conseguito il Diploma Italiano ed Europeo di Eccellenza in Ortodonzia (European Board of Orthodontists).
Membro attivo di diverse Società Scientifiche di Ortodonzia, Autore di oltre 200 pubblicazioni su riviste
internazionali e di diversi Libri e Monografie
Graduated as MD University of Torino, Italy
Orthodontic specialization Department of Orthodontics, University of Padova, Italy
Diplomate European Board of Orthodontics (EBO)
Active member SIDO (Italian Society of Orthodontics)
International Member American Association of Orthodontics (AAO)
Member European Society of Orthodontics (EOS)
Active Member European Society of Lingual Orthodontics (ESLO)
Fellow World Federation of Orthodontics (WFO)
Chief dental officer Winter Olympic Games Turin 2006
Author and co-author of orthodontic of more than 70 papers both on Italian journals (Mondo Ortodontico
and Progress in Orthodontics) and American (World Journal of Orthodontics)
Speaker in Congress and Meetings in Italy, Switzerland, France, Netherlands, , East europe, Iran, Algeria
Spain, Austria, Belgium, Canada, USA
ABSTRACT
TITLE
A NEW METHODOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL APPROACH FOR THE TREATMENT OF UPPER LATERAL
INCISORS AGENESIS: THE POSTERIOR SPACE OPENING.
ORTHOCAD IOC: FROM INTRAORAL SCANNING TO CLINICAL APPLICATIONS.
ABSTRACT
Introduction: Excluding the third molars, the agenesis of the upper lateral incisors is unfortunately second only to the agenesis of the
second bicuspids, with a prevalence of around 1-1,5%(1-2). Each of the current treatments in the scientific literature (anterior space closure
with canine substitution, or anterior space opening with implant placement) presents its own peculiar advantages and disadvantages(3-4-5).
Objective: the purpose of this study is to conceive and apply a new methodological approach for the treatment of upper lateral incisors
agenesis.
Materials and Methods: a new approach has been conceived by means of the anterior space closure, with the mesialization of the canine
and the bicuspids aided by mini-implants(6-7), combined with a posterior space opening to create adequate room for the placement of an
implant in the second premolar area(8-9-10). The reshaping of the canine is necessary(11-12).
Results and Discussion: the final results are a correct tooth alignment with class I molar relationship; the presence of natural teeth in the
frontal group; an excellent dental and periodontal aesthetic right after the orthodontic treatment; the eventual implant is located in the nonaesthetically-so relevant posterior area; the occlusal integrity is preserved. Clinical cases demonstrate the above.
Conclusions: a critical analysis of posterior space opening shows how is possible to gather the advantages from the previous techniques,
excluding at the same time the majority of their drawbacks.
Intraoral scanning is one of the newest IT applications in orthodontics which became reality in the last years. This new technology will allow
the orthodontist to bypass some traditional procedures as impression taking which represent sometime a not pleasant experience for the
patient.
During the lecture it will be explained in detail all processes involved in the implementation in an orthodontic practice, not only in terms
of use but also in terms of clinical applications which can be generated from intra oral scanning. Digital models in real time, virtual set up
and indirect bonding procedures based on the virtual set up are some of the clinical applications which are related to intraoral scanning. It
will be explained the difference with the previous traditional procedures and the speaker will introduce the newest integrations of intraoral
scanning with invisible appliances.
During the lectures some clinical cases will be presented to highlight the importance on the use of this new technology.
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ALDO GIANCOTTI
ANTONIO GRACCO
EDUCATION:
1984 University of Rome “La Sapienza” School of Dentistry: Rome - Italy DDS
1996 University of Ferrara - Italy Orthodontics Certificate
Degree in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics from the University of Padova.
Post-graduate specialisation in Orthognathodontics. Awarded research grant in 2005-2010 for the project
‘Three-dimensional Diagnosis in Orthodontics’ at the University of Ferrara Department of Medical and
Surgical Disciplines. Lecturer and Researcher at the University of Ferrara Department of Orthognathodontics,
responsible for teaching techniques such as skeletal anchorage, 3D technologies and the Insignia system.
President of ASIO (Italian Association of Orthodontic Specialists)in 2010. Speaker at various national and
international scientific conferences and author of numerous articles published in international journals.
CURRENT APPOINTMENTS:
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Orthodontics, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES:
Orthodontics and Craniofacial Development
Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Oral Pathology
Graduate Orthodontic Clinic
TITLE
TITLE
IDEAL APPLICATIONS OF TADs IN ORTHODONTICS: A BIOMECHANICAL POINT OF VIEW.
SKELETAL ANCHORAGE AND CUSTOMIZED ORTHODONTICS: IS IT POSSIBLE TO COMBINE THEM?
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
The use of TADs in Orthodontics can be considered a useful and sometimes unavoidable auxiliary device in several clinical conditions.
Through orthodontic literature their use has been widely documented in several scientific and above all clinical papers, but it’s not so
common to find a rational and logical application of TADs from a biomechanical point of view. In some clinical reports, orthodontic
mechanics is not highly defined, therefore lacking logical ratio. Other clinical cases show that patient consideration regarding the number
of miniscrews really necessary to obtain the desired outcome is missing. The aim of this lecture is to illustrate the ideal biomechanical
indications for using Tads, according to biomechanical principles. We can simplify Tads applications into two different categories:
Alternative Applications; (deepbite, arch leveling, Class II with extraction, Class II without extraction).
Elective Applications; (insufficient dental anchorage, asymmetric anchorage conditions, hostile biomechanical conditions).
The Alternative applications are indicated in cases in which the use of TADs could optimize and simplify the whole treatment, in order
to perform orthodontic movement avoiding the adverse effects of the anchorage forces. They represent the most common orthodontic
malocclusion such as Class II treatment and deepbite.
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Nowadays, the most recent technological developments permit us to provide our patients with totally individualized appliances. Dental
movements can be planned and managed directly by the clinician using a digital set-up. In this phase, it is possible to plan the use of
auxiliaries such as orthodontic mini-screws to aid more complex movements. Planned developments in this technology include the
integration of intra-oral scanners and DVT. In this presentation, the Insignia system and several cases treated by means of customized
appliances together with mini-screws will be described.
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JOHN K. KAKU
RYUZO KANOMI
EDUCATION:
1989 DDS degree - Tokyo Dental College
1990 Residency University of California, San Francisco
1993 Certificate of Orthodontics - Boston University
1993 MSD degree - Boston University
1977 Graduated from Osaka Dental University, received the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.).
1980 Kanomi Orthodontic Office, Started in Himeji City
Received the degree of Doctor of Dental Science (D.D.Sc.) from Osaka Dental University
1997 Received the Diploma of Membership in Orthodontics (M.Orth.)
from The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
2002 Received the degree of Ph.D. from Osaka University.
2003 Membership of the European Board of Orthodontists.
2007 The Affiliate Member of the Midwest Component of the Edward H. Angle Society of
Orthodontists .
2009 President of Kinki-Tokai Orthodontic Society.
CURRENT TITLE & CREDENTIALS:
Private Practice (SuperSmile International Orthodontic Office) (1994-present)
Instructor, Japanese Academy of Non-Extraction Orthodontics (1994-present)
Fellow, American Association of Orthodontists (1990-present)
Fellow, Japan Orthodontic Society (1989-present)
Fellow, Japan Association of Adult Orthodontics (1994-present)
ADJUNCT CLINICAL PROFESSOR: Department of Orthodontics at Osaka University
AWARDS: Joseph E. Johnson Table Clinic Awards by A.A.O. (1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001)
TITLE
TITLE
THE MOLAR DISTALIZATION MECHANICS WITH TAD.
NEW PARADIGM IN ORTHOPEDIC CONTROL USING TEMPORARY ANCHORAGE DEVICES (TADs)
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
If nonextraction treatment is indicated and the molar distalization mechanics are used, there are some of side effect each clinicians need
to overcome such as 1) Anterior Mesialization of incisors during molar distalization. 2) Anterior Mesialization of posterior segment during
incisor retraction. 3) incresing total treatment time. 4) patient cooperation. These four factors can be reduced or eliminated when the TAD
is applied into mechanics. The presentation will illustrate direct application of TAD as well as indirect application of TAD for the cases in the
mixed dentition and permanent dentition. The class II and III cases will be shown.
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Recently, orthodontic treatment is radically changed since absolute anchorage system has been developed. Orthodontists can move not
only teeth but also jaws using temporary anchorage devices (TADs). If the TADs were inserted in the target bone, an orthodontist could
only move teeth using TADS, however, if the TADs were inserted in another bone beyond the sutures, we could move the target bone itself
using TADs. The orthopedic controls, bone absorption and apposition at sutures, has been able to manipulate using TADs with this theory.
This novel orthopedic control provides radical skeletal changes in growing children such as surgical corrections in adults. The maxilla can
be distalized and intruded when orthodontists use the TADs inserted into the zygomatic arch for traction; bone absorption would occur at
the zygomaticomaxillary suture by orthopedic force (Koyama, 2009). In addition, the maxilla can be moved forward when we use the TADs
inserted into infrazygomatic crests and the canine in the mandible for traction; bone apposition would occur at the zygomaticomaxillary
suture by orthopedic force (De Clerck, 2009). These orthopedic controls using TADs must change orthodontic treatments, and they would
save many growing children who have skeletal deformities. I hope to advance this innovative treatment in the future.
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OM P KHARBANDA
Dr. Om P Kharbanda is Professor and Head, Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics, All
India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. Dr. Kharbanda earned his BDS (1976) with several awards
and honours from King George’s Medical College Lucknow followed by MDS Orthodontics (1978). Later
he completed his M OrthRCS (Edinburgh) and Masters in Medical Education (M MEd) from University of
Dundee. Dr. Kharbanda is a postgraduate teacher since 1986 and has supervised more than 60 theses
at AIIMS and at University of Sydney where he served from 2000-2003. His book entitled ‘Orthodontics:
Diagnosis and Management of Malocclusion and Dentofacial Deformities’ (Elsevier 2009) has become
popular in a short time. Dr. Kharbanda has authored/co-authored more than 110 papers/case reports/
book chapters in peer reviewed international and national journals. He has lectured in India, Australia,
Middle East and USA. Dr. Kharbanda is a former Chief Editor of Journal of Indian Orthodontic Society and
served/es International Editorial Board of American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics,
British J of Orthodontics, Australian Orthodontic Journal and Journal of Clinical Paediatric Dentistry besides
several other Dental speciality journals in India. His main research interests are: Non-extraction treatment,
long-term outcome of Functional Appliances, ORR and treatment outcome in Cleft Patients. Since 2004 he
has been aggressively involved in collaborative clinical and fundamental research on implants. Dr. Kharbanda is Past President of Indian
Orthodontic Society and Indian Cleft lip Palate and Craniofacial Association. Currently he is Chair International relations 8th Asian Pacific
Orthodontic Conference 2012.
TITLE
MECHANICAL AND BIOLOGICAL FACTORS FOR THE SUCCESS OF MINISCREWS.
ABSTRACT
This presentation will deliberate research findings on implant related factors for diameter, length and shape of the miniscrew and how
they differentiate in the stress pattern with cortical and cancellous bone with varying force levels at two angulations of force direction.
The effect of screw length, diameter and shape was also investigated for insertion and removal torque and insertion and removal thrust.
Findings of Finite Element Analysis relating to different miniscrew design with stress pattern on bone architecture will be corroborated to
propose alternate design of the miniscrew. Research related to biological factors on bone density measured with CT scan, implant location
in gingiva and bone and laboratory studies on inflammatory markers in peri-implant fluid will be presented.
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SEONG-HUN KIM
Director, Kyung Hee International Facial Orthodontic Research Institute (KIFORI)
Associate Professor of the Department of Orthodontics School of Dentistry, Kyung Hee University.
Seong-Hun Kim, DMD, MSD, PhD is an Associate Professor of the Department of Orthodontics School
of Dentistry, Kyung Hee University. He is also a visiting assistant professor of the Division of Orthodontics,
Department of Orofacial Sciences at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Dr. Kim obtained an
Orthodontic certificate and MS in Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry at the Kyung Hee
University, Seoul, Korea, and PhD in Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry at the Seoul National
University, Seoul, Korea. He was an Assistant professor of the Orthodontics Division at The Catholic
University of Korea, Uijongbu St. Mary’s Hospital and Graduate School of Clinical Dental Science. He is
currently the Editor of Clinical Affair in the Korean Journal of Orthodontics (SCIE journal) in Seoul, Korea and
also the editorial reviewer board in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, The
Angle Orthodontist, Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research, Saudi Medical Journal, International Journal
of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants (SCI journal), and World Journal of Orthodontics. He is a member of
World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO) and Korean Society of Speedy Orthodontics (KSSO). Dr. Kim
lectures and presents seminars in the United States and internationally about this topic. He also teaches
and lectures at UCSF School of Dentistry about implant orthodontics, and he is the author of five international text books and over 100
international and domestic scientific articles about this topic.
TITLE
LESS HARDSHIP, MORE OPTIONS WITH C-TUBE MINIPLATES.
ABSTRACT
A new treatment system called ‘Biocreative Orthodontics’ developed by Dr Kyu-Rhim Chung is to implement independent target teeth
movement while avoiding extending unnecessary orthodontic appliances to posterior segments during the orthodontic treatment
period. This concept developed from the fact that specially designed temporary skeletal anchorage devices (TSADs) such as partially
osseointegrated C-implants or miniplates with tube can easily endure multidirectional heavy forces even when they support orthodontic
arch wires with high success rate. A recently introduced type of orthodontic miniplate/tube device called “C-tube” was used for patients
where the conventional mini-screw was not suitable. Some examples would be a narrow interradicular spaces, extended maxillary sinuses,
dilacerated roots, and severe alveolar bone loss. Since the miniplate fixation screws are very short, there is adequate retention in the
alveolar plate, and the clinician can avoid the increased morbidity of anchoring to the zygomatic buttress. This makes placement quite easy
with superficial anesthesia and small incision only. However, in some cases of pneumatization patients or systemic disease patients such
as diabetes malletus and heavy smoker, T-type C-tubes with longer miniscrews are recommend for better stability. In this presentation, I will
introduce the new type of TSADs, treatment concept, simple and easy application way through update scientific researches and excellent
case reports.
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TAE-WOO KIM
SHINGO KURODA
PROFESSOR
Department of Orthodontics School of Dentistry, Seoul National University
28 Yunkeun-Dong, Chongno-Ku
Seoul 110-768, KOREA
1996 Graduate school, Faculty of Dentistry, Osaka University, Japan (D.D.S.)
2000 Graduate school, Graduate School of Dentistry, Osaka University, Japan (Ph.D).
2000-2008 Assistant Professor, Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Japan.
2007-present: International review board member, American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics.
2008-present: Associate Professor, Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Institute of Health Biosciences, The University of Tokushima Graduate School, Japan
2009-2011: Visiting researcher, Laboratory for the Study of Calcified Tissues and Biomaterials, Department
of Stomatology, Faculty of Dentistry, Université de Montréal, Canada.
2009-2011: Clinical instructor, Section of Orthodontics, Department of Oral Health, Faculty of Dentistry, Université de Montréal, Canada.
2010: Diplomate, Japanese orthodontic board
VICE PRESIDENT OF KOREAN ASSOCIATION OF ORTHODONTISTS
TITLE
TITLE
ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT OF SKELETAL OPEN BITE.
TADs FACILITATE INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH FOR PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE MISSING TEETH.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
There are three treatment methods for skeletal open bite cases, 1) orthognathic surgery, 2) orthodontic treatment with extrusion of anterior
teeth, and 3) orthodontic treatment with intrusion of posterior teeth. Some skeletal open bite cases were treated successfully without
orthognathic surgery, by extruding the anterior teeth or by intruding the posterior teeth. In this lecture covers 1) Methods to intrude
posterior teeth with mini-implants., 2) Guidelines to select the ‘segmental’ or ‘en masse’ intrusion mechanics, 3) Comparing cases; one
treated with extrusion of anterior teeth (MEAW technique) and the other treated with intrusion of posterior teeth (Mini-implant technique),
4) Clinical tips of Method 5 (Method of choice to intrude the upper posterior teeth), and 5) Summary.
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Missing tooth is one of the most common dental problems in adult patients. There is variety of reasons to loss their teeth, i.e. periodontal
disease, caries, trauma, genetic abnormality and so on. To treat the defect, orthodontic treatment is often required prior to prosthetic
restorations, because the proximal teeth easily move to the defect region. In addition, the tooth defect left for a long period of time
induces not only partial but also complete malocclusions. However, orthodontic treatment had been occasionally difficult in patients with
multiple missing teeth because they do not have enough anchorage teeth for required tooth movement. In the past decade, temporary
anchorage devices (TADs) have evolved as a main stream orthodontic technique since they can provide absolute anchorage without
patient cooperation. Particularly, they are extremely useful in the cases with missing molars. In my lecture, I would like to show the effective
usage of TADs in interdisciplinary approach for the patients with severe periodontal disease or oligodontia. Conclusively, TADs facilitate
interdisciplinary treatment for the patients with missing teeth, and this new strategy can dramatically change its diagnosis and treatment
result.
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KEE-JOON LEE
JANG YEOL LEE
Dr. Kee-Joon Lee received DDS and PhD degree from Graduate school, College of Dentistry, Yonsei
University, Seoul, Korea. He is currently an associate professor at Department of Orthodontics, Yonsei
University, also an adjunct professor at University of Pennsylvania, Temple University and a visiting scholar
at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He contributed book chapters on biomechanics of miniscrewdriven orthodontics and related non-extraction treatment in adults. He has published many articles and
case reports regarding miniscrew implants in orthodontic journals including two cover issues in AJO-DO.
His fields in research include clinical biomechanics regarding TADs application and the suture biology in
normal growth and in FGFR2-related congenital deformity.
Dr. Lee is currently co-director of the Smileagain orthodontic center in Seoul, Korea. He is Clinical Professor
in Department of Orthodontics, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea and also Clinical Professor in Department of
Orthodontics, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkunkwan University, Seoul, Korea and Associate Fellow in the
Department of Orthodontics, University of Warwick, UK. He received his dental and orthodontic education
at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea and completed his master and Ph. D degrees in the same school. Dr.
Lee is also a visiting scholar in the department of orthodontics, school of dentistry at the University of North
Carolina, USA. Dr. Lee has given many lectures on various topics about mini-screw orthodontics and lingual
orthodontics over the last few years in many countries. Dr Lee was the Secretary General of the organizing
committee in the 4th AIOC in Seoul, 2005 and the 1st WIOC in Seoul, 2008. Currently he holds a position
of Secretary General of World Implant Orthodontic Association.
TITLE
TITLE
LINGUAL NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR ADULTS WITH HIGH RISKS.
ROLE OF MINISCREW IN SURGICAL ORTHODONTICS.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Adult patients with various skeletal discrepancies tend to express their specific concerns such as the appliance show, cost and invasiveness
of treatment. However, the treatment may be limited by normal and/or pathologic conditions including periodontal breakdown, missing
teeth and arch shrinkage. Thereby comprehensive information on the up-to-date biology as well as biomechanics needs to be recruited,
integrated and applied to individual patients, with the TADs playing a central role. This presentation will cover how to set individual
treatment goals using TADs in the following issues.
1. High demand for lingual treatment
2. High risk factors including periodontal breakdown
3. Limitation of bone formation
Obviously the orthodontists nowadays take advantage of various new technologies, but those could only be appreciated by showing the
benefit from the patients’ side. The overall presentation will hopefully induce an affirmative answer for this question.
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Miniscrew is now a daily-based routine procedure of our orthodontic treatment and many attempts of applying miniscrews have been tried
and introduced in the case of patients who require orthopedic treatment and orthognathic surgery also.
The primary aim of pre-surgical orthodontics is correction of tooth movements which is termed as dental compensation for skeletal
discrepancy, which shows not in the anterio-posterior relationship but can be expressed in the vertical ways. In conventional ways, presurgical orthodontics was mostly focused on the tooth movement which is for a decompensation in horizontal aspect. But it is obvious
that most skeletal deformities affect vertical growth as well and they will be compensated in the alveolar bones and teeth vertically. These
compensatory adaptations mostly have been corrected surgically throughout decades. It seems that this is time to look closer into the
aspects of our conventional pre-surgical orthodontics and try to find out a more efficient way of pre-surgical orthodontic movement
combined along with miniscrews.
In this presentation, various situations will be shown in our pre-surgical orthodontic movements and possible applications of miniscrews
which can be added to the conventional pre-surgical orthodontic movement or post-surgical orthodontic movement will be suggested. ss
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JOHNNY JOUNG-LIN, LIAO
JOONG-KI LIM
DDS, dental department, National Taiwan University
MS, Graduate institute of dental and craniofacial science, Chang Gung University
Director, Beauty Forever Orthodontic Clinic
1992
Graduate from Dental College, Yonsei University, (Diploma D.D.S.)
1992 - 1995 Certificate in Orthodontics, Yonsei University Dental Hospital
1993 - 2006 Post Graduated Course, Graduate School, Yonsei University (M.S.D., Ph.D.)
2003 - present Clinical assistant professor Dept. of Orthodontics
Johnny Joung-Lin, Liaw completed his orthodontic training at National Taiwan University Hospital in 1994
and received his master degree in Chang Gung University. He is now in private practice since 2002 after
8-year visiting staff in Shin-Kong Memorial Hospital. He keeps on lecturing a clinical orthodontic course
over 15 years and he is also a clinical director in National Taiwan University Hospital. And he is now the
vice president and the chairman of the academic committee of the Taiwan Association of Orthodontists.
School of Medicine Sungkyunkwan University Seoul, KOREA
Clinical assistant professor Dept. of Orthodontics
College of Dentistry Yonsei University Seoul, KOREA
Consulting professor Dept. of Orthodontics
Catholic medical college, Seoul, KOREA
Yon orthodontic clinic, Seoul, KOREA
TITLE
TITLE
TOTAL ARCH DISTALIZATION WITH TADS.
VERTICAL MAXILLARY EXCESS CORRECTION USING MINI IMPLANT.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Mini-implant anchorage has been applied widely in orthodontic treatment for anchorage control in recent years. Maximal retraction without
anchorage loss is the primary objective while utilizing mini-implants. Total arch distalization after maximal retraction was noticed in some
protrusion cases, which exceeds the original expectation. If total arch distalization is feasible, flared incisors can then be repositioned to
an ideal position without extraction. Non-extraction approach with miniscrew anchorage can not only be successfully applied in upper
arch distalization for Class II correction, but its application in lower arch distalization for Class III correction has also produced satisfactory
results. Severe Class I crowding cases are also good candidates for total arch distalization. Nevertheless, proper diagnosis should
be carefully performed prior to proceeding with treatment modalities incorporating mini-implants. Various anchorage setups in various
malocclusions for total arch distalization and the key to the successful total arch distalization- exodentitional position of the miniscrews will
be demonstrated in the presentation. The limiting factors of this treatment approach will be also discussed in the end.
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Long face syndrome (vertical maxillary excess) caused by congenital intermaxillary disharmony has maxillary horizontal and vertical
overgrowth. The size of mandible is within a normal range or undergrown, the mandible rotated backward and downward with increased
lower anterior facial height. Depending on eruption levels of anterior teeth, it could be accompanied by open bite, gummy smile or normal
overbite. It is difficult to close one’s mouth completely, along with hypertonus mentalis muscle, aggravates symptoms of mandibular
retrognathism, and lip protrusion.
There are two options to treat VME (vertical maxillary excess). One is orthognathic surgery to enhance maxillo-mandibular correlation. The
other is camouflage treatment only to improve dental relationships. In case of orthodontic treatment excluding an orthognathic surgery,
retraction of anterior teeth through extracting premolar is the objective of the treatment. It’s because the conventional treatment has
difficulties to correct vertical relationships.
In this presentation I’ll deal with VME correction using mini implant. Not only conventional anterior-posterior improvement, but also methods
and possibilities to improve vertical appearance will be explained. I’ll lead this presentation in this order below.
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JAMES CHENG-YI LIN
JOHN JIN - JONG LIN
Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Dentistry, National Defense Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
Consultant Orthodontist, Dept. of Orthodontic & Craniofacial Dentistry, Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital,
Taipei, Taiwan
Secretary General, Taiwan Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry
Director, Dr. James Lin & Associates’ Orthodontic & Implant Center.
Dr. Lin is a clinical professor in the Department of Orthodontics at Taipei Medical University, is a past
president of the Taiwan Association of Orthodontists, and maintains a private orthodontic practice.
Dr. Lin has published “Creative Orthodontics, Blending the Damon System and TADs to Manage Difficult
Malocclusions.”, 1st edition 2007, 2nd edition 2010.
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INTERDISCIPLINARY AND TADS APPROACH IN SHORT FACE PARTLY EDENTULOUS ADULTS.
TOUGH CLASS III CASES MADE EASY.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
For short face adult patients, they usually present with square facial type, short lower anterior facial height (LAFH), adequate/insufficient
smile and intact/partial edentulous dentition.
Due to current lay person’s expectation for orthodontic therapy is more than just straighten teeth, we, as professional orthodontists, what
services can we provide for those short face patients to fit their desires?
This presentation will encompass orthodontics, periodontics, restorative and implant dentistry plus TADs focusing on current interdisciplinary
treatment philosophies and methodologies for management of short face patients who lost their teeth and /or have insufficient smile
problems.
Equal emphasis will be placed on the correct ratio of upper anterior clinical crown length/width, causes & treatment strategies of insufficient
smile as well as esthetic crown lengthening procedure to achieve optimal facial, smile and pink/white esthetics.
Recently due to the current development of the self-ligating brackets and Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs), it makes the treatment
of difficult Class III cases much easier. In Asian countries, Young Kim’s MEAW technique (Multiple Loop Edgewise Archwire) was very
popular for correcting difficult Class III malocclusions. With the more play of the archwire in the slot of the passive self-ligating bracket,
many difficult Class III can be treated much easier without using the MEAW. With the advancement of TADs, treating of difficult Class III
cases become easier too. In this presentation, differentiation of above two types of Class III treatment will be explained with many difficult
Class III cases. Many traditional extraction treatment even orthognathic surgery can be avoided.
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ROBERTA LIONE
ERIC J.W. LIOU
Born in Salerno on 06/21/1983.
1980 - 1986 School of Dentistry, Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
1991 - 1993 Orthodontic program, Department of Orthodontics and Craniofacial Dentistry, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
1995 - 1997 Graduate program in Surgery (Degree: MS)
Graduate School, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
EMPLOYMENT:
Current:
Associate professor and Deputy chairman, Faculty of Dentistry, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
1999 - 2006
Director and assistant professor, Department of Orthodontics and Craniofacial Dentistry, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
1993 - Present attending staff, Department of Orthodontics and Craniofacial Dentistry, and Craniofacial Center, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
2007- Present President, Taiwan Association of Cleft Lip and Palate
She graduated with honors in Dentistry at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with the
thesis “Dentoskeletal effects of rapid maxillary expansion evaluated by low-dose Computed Tomography”.
She graduated with Master’s Degree in Orthodontics at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in the
academic year 2008/2009.
Enrolled in the third year of the School of Specialization in Orthodontics, she is attending the specialized
area of ​​activity of Orthodontics at the University Hospital of Rome “Tor Vergata”.
Professor of Orthodontics at the School of Science in Dentistry and lecturer for the Master’s Degree at the
University of “Nostra Signora del Buon Consiglio” in Tirana.
Author of publications on national and international magazines, posters and reports at the conferences
mainly devoted to orthodontics.
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IMMEDIATE AND POST-RETENTION DENTO-SKELETAL EFFECTS OF RAPID MAXILLARY EXPANSION
INVESTIGATED BY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY.
THE ALVEOLAR OSSEOUS REACTION AND CHANGES OF FACIAL PROFILE IN CLASS III ADULT PATIENTS
TREATED WITH TADs.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Objective: To determine by low-dose CT protocol the dental, periodontal and skeletal effects of Rapid Maxillary Expansion (RME) as
assessed by low-dose CT protocol. Subjects and Methods: The study sample comprised 17 subjects (7M,10F; mean age 11.2 years).
Multi-slices CT scans were taken before treatment (T0), at the end of the active expansion phase (T1), and after a retention period of 6
months (T2). On scanned images measurements were performed at the dental, periodontal and skeletal levels. The mean differences in
measurements at T0, T1, and T2 were examined with ANOVA for repeated measures with post-hoc tests (P<0.05).
Results: In all subjects the opening of midpalatal suture was observed. All intermolar transverse measurements resulted significantly
increased at both T1 and T2 with respect to T0. The evaluation of T0-T1 changes showed a significant reduction in alveolar vestibular bone
thickness while in the evaluation of the overall T0-T2 changes, the lingual bone plate thickness of both first anchorage molars resulted
significantly increased. Conclusions: RME therapy induces a significant enlargement of the transverse dimension of the maxillary arch in
growing subjects without permanent injuries to the periodontal bony support of anchoring teeth discernible at CT imaging.
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The treatment goal of using TADs to treat Class III adult patients is to retract the lower incisors for the correction of anterior crossbite and
improvement of the lower lip posture. However, this could accentuate chin prominence and root dehiscence in some cases as well. This
presentation will address on the clinical methods of individual assessments of the alveolar osseous reaction based on the bone physiology,
and to illustrate what kind of case would have a favorable change on the facial profile through a simple pre-treatment cephalometric
measurement.
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LUCA LOMBARDO
CESARE LUZI
M.D. 2004
University of Palermo School of Dentistry
D.M.D. 2007 University of Ferrara Postgraduate school of orthodontics of Ferrara
Dental degree at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Postgraduate in Orthodontics at the University of
Aarhus, Denmark, where he obtained the Speciality in Orthodontics and the Master of Science Degrees.
Founder and first President of the European Postgraduate Students Orthodontic Society (EPSOS). Active
member of SIDO (Italian Society of Orthodontics). Member of the EOS (European Orthodontic Society) and
ASIO (Italian Association of Specialists in Orthodontics). Provisional member of AIO (Accademia Italiana di
Ortodonzia). Winner of the Houston Research Award of the European Orthodontic Society 2006 and of the
First Prize Award for Clinical Research of the Italian Orthodontic Society 2006. Winner of the Beni Solow
Award 2010 for the best paper in the European Journal of Orthodontics. Private practice in Rome, Italy,
limited to orthodontics.
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
2007-2011 Research Fellow in Orthodontics Postgraduate school of Orthodontics of Ferrara
2010-2011 Adjunct Professor Postgraduate school of orthodontics of Ferrara
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
2011
Vice President Associazione Italiana Specialisti in Ortodonzia
2005-2011 Member of Società Italiana Di Ortodonzia
2007-2011 Member of Italian Accademy of Orthodontics
2008-2011 Treasurer Associazione Italiana Di Ortodonzia Linguale
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CONE-BEAN COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (CBCT): WHICH ARE THE REAL BENEFITS IN ORTHODONTICS?
IMPROVING THE EFFECTS OF HERBST TREATMENT WITH MINI-IMPLANT SUPPORTED ANCHORAGE.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
The imaging technology is quickly swinging toward 3d CBCT. The 3d images are impressive in their details and their ability to show spatial
relationships in 3 dimension helps us to diagnose the relative location of the anatomic parts of the craniofacial complex. The superiority of
cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) with respect to traditional two-dimensional radiographic techniques is well known throughout
the scientific community that should openly welcome these new imaging techniques as a step forward in the treatment of our patients.
However, the radiation dose to the patient with CBCT are higher respect to traditional x-ray and orthodontic assessment with imaging
technology should follow the “as low as reasonably achievable” (ALARA) principle. . The aim of this presentation is to discuss the role
of CBCT in the daily orthodontic practise in order to understand the real improvements in diagnosis, the risks and the costs. The main
indications, advantages and disadvantages will be discussed by the clinical cases presentation.
Class II treatment has greatly evolved with the introduction of no-compliance systems. The possibility of eliminating the variable of patient
collaboration together with the use of fixed devices opens to more predictable results with shorter treatment times. To date, with a history
of over 100 years, the Herbst appliance is still a state of the art solution and the most used device for solving class II malocclusions.
Repositioning forward the mandible with the Herbst appliance has proven to be greatly efficient but determines as the main side effect
the proclination of lower incisors, which can minimize the skeletal effects of such type of treatment. The recent introduction of skeletal
anchorage devices, especially mini-implants, have revolutioned daily clinical practice allowing absolute anchorage control. This benefit can
be extended to class II no-compliance devices which can be used in association with skeletal anchorage devices eliminating any possible
anchorage loss, opening a new frontier in class II treatment protocols allowing more efficient results with shorter treatment times. The
combination of a mini-implant-supported modified Herbst appliance will be presented discussing the rational association of these devices
for the optimization of orthopedic class II treatment.
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BIRTE MELSEN
WON MOON
Professor Melsen was born in Aabenraa, Denmark 9 June 1939.
Since 1975 she has held the title of Professor and Head of the Department of Orthodontics at The School
of Dentistry, Aarhus University, Denmark. Since 1986, she has been working part-time in a private practice
in Lübeck, Germany (Adult Orthodontics only).
Professor Melsen has authored more than 350 publications in the fields of growth and development based
on research of human autopsy material, bone biology and clinical implant studies. In recent years her
professional interests have focused primarily on the fields of Skeletal Anchorage, Virtual Imaging and Adult
Orthodontic Treatment.
In 2000 she received the Knighthood of Dannebrog 1st degree.
EDUCATION
1991 UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics, Certificate in Orthodontics
1991 UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Oral Biology MS
1989 Harvard School of Dental Medicine, D.M.D.
1984 University of California, Irvine, BS in Mathematics
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- Assistant Professor, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics.
- Visiting Professor, Samsung Medical Center, Seoul, Korea
- Clinic Director, Post-Doctoral Orthodontic Program, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics, Since 2007
- Director, International Affairs, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics, since 2003
- Diplomate of American Board of Orthodontics (ABO), since 2002
- Program Director for Southern Region, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontics (PCSO), 2005-2007
- Assistant Program Director for Southern Region, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontics (PCSO), 2004-2005
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THE ADVANTAGES OF USING THE TADS INDIRECTLY.
ORTHOPEDIC CORRECTION OF CLASS III HIGH ANGLE CASES AND NOVEL IMPLANT DESIGN.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
Birte Melsen, DDS Dr.Odont. Department of Orthodontics ,School of Dentistry, Aarhus University
When an orthodontic force is added to a tooth or a group of teeth the displacement will be identical to the vector of the force, but the
type of tooth movement will be determined by the localization of the line of action of the force in relation to the center of resistance of the
tooth/teeth. Depending on the design TADs are can offer one, two or three dimensional control. With a one dimensional control the TAD
has to be placed along the line of action of the desired force vector. TADs that have 3-D control can on the other hand be used as indirect
anchorage and develop many points of application of the forces. This will widen the applicability of the TADs and reduce the number of
TADs necessary for the solution of particular problems. The lecture will focus on treatment planning when using TADs as indirect anchorage.
The primary aim of this presentation is to explore and to expand the application of Micro-Implant Technology in orthopedic correction of
Class III high angle cases rather than limit the use only as an anchorage device. The Class III high angle cases are considered to be the most
difficult problem in modern orthodontics. Clinical and mechanical obstacles associated with orthopedic correction utilizing conventional
orthodontic treatment modalities will be explored, and several new approaches eliminating these problems by the use of Micro-Implants
will be presented. Several clinical cases involving significant changes in maxillofacial complexes through growth modification will be
examined in detail.
The secondary aim is to demonstrate new concepts in Micro-Implant design. The conventional Micro-Implant design had inherent problems
in dealing with physiologic obstacles such as roots, neurovascular bundles, sinuses, etc., and it has not been possible to apply orthopedic
force directly. The novel Micro-Implant design developed recently may be an answer for the above mentioned problems, and the recently
published results demonstrating its convenience and stability will be illustrated.
Utilizing the novel design may play a key role in developing treatment protocols for orthopedic corrections through growth modification
by allowing us to select convenient locations for implant placements and apply orthopedic force directly. The use of growth modification
techniques in conjunction with this new device opens doors to many new possibilities.
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RAVINDRA NANDA
PETER WING HONG NGAN
Dr. Ravindra Nanda is at present UConn Alumni Endowed Chair, and Professor and Head of the Department
of Craniofacial Sciences and Chair of division of Orthodontics, University of Connecticut, Farmington,
Connecticut, U.S.A.
He received his dental training from Lucknow University, India in 1964. He received his orthodontic training
first at Lucknow, India and then from Nymegen, The Netherlands and the University of Connecticut. He also
received a Ph.D. for the University of Nymegen in 1969. He was an Assistant Professor of Orthodontics
at Loyola University, Illinois from 1970 to 1972 and since 1972 he has been associated with the University
of Connecticut.
Dr. Nanda has done extensive research during the last forty years in the areas of cleft lip and palate,
orthopedic forces and on long-term growth with orthognathic surgery in adolescents. In recent years, his
major thrust has been in development of orthodontic wires, clinical orthodontic trials and application of
biomechanics in a busy orthodontic practice.
Dr. Peter Ngan is Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthodontics, West Virginia University, School
of Dentistry since July, 1994. Dr. Ngan has published over 130 original articles and 160 abstracts. He has
been invited to lecture at professional organization in 25 countries. Dr. Ngan’s focus is in the early treatment
of dental and skeletal malocclusion. Dr. Ngan’s research includes growth and development, biology of
tooth movement, dentofacial orthopedics, orthodontic appliance therapy and implantology.
5Dr. Nanda has been author and co-author of five orthodontic books and more than one hundred scientific
and clinical articles in major journals. He is on the editorial board of ten different national and international orthodontic journals. He is an
associate editor of Journal of Clinical Orthodontics.
He is an active member of various organizations, including the American Association of Orthodontists, European Orthodontic Society and
Edward H. Angle Society. Dr. Nanda is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He has given numerous named lectures at
national and international societies including Mershon Lecture at American Association of Orthodontics and Sheldon Friel Lecture at 2011
EOS Congress.
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EFFICACY OF TADs IN CLOSING EXTRACTION AND MISSING TEETH SPACES:
A BIOMECHANICS PERSPECTIVE.
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SKELETAL ANCHORAGE FOR CLASS III ORTHOPEDIC TREATMENT.
ABSTRACT
Most of us who use protraction facemasks in treating developing Class III malocclusions with deficient maxilla will encounter anchorage
loss such as mesial movement of maxillary molars and incisors. The speaker will address whether this anchorage loss can be prevented
with the help of TAD or miniplates.
ABSTRACT
This presentation will discuss speed and quality of tooth movement in closing extraction and missing spaces with TADs and biomechanics
designed appliances. Results of comparative ongoing prospective studies will be presented. Emphasis will be placed on role of biomechanics
in TADs supported orthodontic mechanics.
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MOSCHOS A. PAPADOPOULOS
YOUNG-CHEL PARK
Dr. Moschos A. Papadopoulos is Associate Professor and Postgraduate Program Coordinator at
the Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Dr.
Papadopoulos is Editor of the “Hellenic Orthodontic Review”, Assoc. Editor of “Stoma” and served as
Asst. Editor of the “World Journal of Orthodontics”. He is or served as Member of the Editorial Board of
11 peer-reviewed journals, and as Referee of 24 journals. He received the “A. Tsoukanelis Award” of the
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1993), the “Annual Scientific Award” of the German Association of
Plastic Surgeons (2004), as well as the “Joseph E. Johnson Clinical Award” of the American Association
of Orthodontists (2009). The main clinical and research interests of Dr. M. A. Papadopoulos include the
subjects of “noncompliance orthodontic treatment”, “use of miniscrew implants as temporary anchorage
devices in orthodontic treatment”, and “evidence based orthodontics”. He has written the book entitled
“Orthodontic treatment for the Class II non-compliant patient: Current principles and techniques”, has
published more than 140 scientific publications, and has presented more than 220 lectures, courses and
papers in many countries around the world.
Dr. Young Chel Park is a professor of the departmentt of orthodontics, at Yonsei university, college of
dentistry, in Seoul , Korea.
He is a president of the world implant orthodontic society and also he was a past president of the Korean
association of orthodontists.
Dr. Park was a visiting professor at the university of connecticut in United States and the university of british
columbia in Canada.
His primary focus is the implant orthodontics and the development of adult
orthodontic treatment. Additionally Dr. Park has published multiple journal articles, book chapters and
textbooks.
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INTERDISCIPLINARY MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEX DENTAL CASES BY MEANS OF MINISCREW
IMPLANTS.
CORRECTION OF THE ANTERIOR- POSTERIOR PROBLEMS WITH ORTHODONTIC MINI-SCREWS.
ABSTRACT
The mini-screws brought a revolution in orthodontic paradigm, especially, anchorage and biomechanics. This presentation will present
the rationale and biomechanics for the correction of the anterior-posterior problems with mini screws. By using mini-screw implants as
anchorage, it is possible, to produce three dimensional movements of the teeth without patient’s compliance and side effects. Furthermore,
the range of orthodontic tooth movement is significantly broadened and treatment time is also shortened.
Many modifications can be made in the appliance design and clinical tips will be introduced according to the required situations. And also,
with the combined use of mini-screws and biomechanical concepts, we can get excellent results and the tooth movement in anteriorposterior direction can be controlled as desired. With the proper use of mini-screws, we have come closer to the faster, efficient and
esthetic orthodontic treatment.
Clinical cases, treated with the anterior-posterior movement of the teeth for the correction of the anterior-posterior problems by using miniscrews will be presented and also biomechanical considerations will be described.
Orthodontic management of adult patients with complex problems is very challenging. Miniscrew implants are a very useful tool, since
they can be efficiently used to reinforce orthodontic anchorage, especially in cases where the support of dental units is quantitatively or
qualitatively compromised, such as in partial edentulous patients or periodontally involved teeth. This allows orthodontists to treat these
patients, who otherwise would be not possible to receive treatment, enabling the dentists to conduct more conservative treatment plans.
The aim of this lecture is to discuss several aspects of the clinical application of miniscrew implants through case presentations of complex
dental patients with different orthodontic problems, such as deep or open bite, Class II or Class III malocclusion, missing or impacted
teeth, etc.
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ABSTRACT
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ANDREU PUIGDOLLERS
Director Orthodontic Department. Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain. Board of the Spanish Orthodontic Society. Active Member of The Angle Society of Europe. TITLE
PRIMARY STABILITY, MECHANICAL PERFORMANCES AND PROPERTIES OF
DIFFERENT COMMERCIALLY MINI-SCREWS.
ABSTRACT
Mini-screws have served as anchor to support orthodontic tooth movement in animal models and in
humans, and has been used for orthodontic anchorage in the last decade 1,2 . Mini-screw implants (MSIs)
belong to the category of temporary anchorage devices (TAD).
The different physical factors of MSIs as the shape, length, diameter, threads and size are extremely related to primary stability.
Two different studies concerning primary stability are presented:
1) The primary stability of microscrews inserted in lamb maxillae using Periotest. In this study, 72 titanium mini-screws of four different
commercially available brands were inserted in 6 lamb maxillae. Primary stability of different lengths, diameters and shapes were compared.
2) Comparison of 11 mini screws in terms of pullout strength, torque resistance, torsional fracture strength and stability by finite elements
analysis and periotest. In this second study, 220 mini-screws of seven different commercially available brands were inserted at 8mm depth
in an artificial bone to evaluate the primary stability.
In the first study length of the MSIs (8 vs. 10 mm) did not affect the primary stability of the microscrews. Diameter (1.6 vs. 2 mm), also, did
not affect the primary stability of the microscrews. On the contrary, conical microscrews showed greater primary stability than cylindrical
ones.
In the second study the mechanical properties of the different MSIs showed different mechanical behaviors. The length of the MSIs are
more sensible in the stability than the diameter. Torque resistance behavior is greater in conical MSIs than in cylindrical shape MSIs. More
insertional torque is related to diameter, but number and size of treads has a deep impact in stability. For the MSIs with the same diameter,
more number of threads or bigger threads increase the pullout strength. In general terms, higher pullout strengths is strongly diameter
dependent but less in small diameters . Torque is more dependent of diameter and shape of the threads of MSIs. Stability of the MSIs
is more dependent on the large size than in diameter with periotest and FEA, with similar correlations values. Periotest can be a proper
instrument method for measuring MSIs stability.
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W. EUGENE ROBERTS
Dr. Roberts received a DDS from Creighton University, a PhD in Anatomy from the University of Utah, and
Clinical Certification in Orthodontics from the University of Connecticut. Docteur Honoris Causa (honorary
doctorate in medicine) was awarded by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lille II, Lille, France. He is a
Fellow of the American College of Dentists, a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, a Diplomate
of the American Board of Orthodontics (ABO), and an active member of the Midwest Component of the
Angle Society. Dr. Roberts is Professor Emeritus of Orthodontics at Indiana University, Adjunct Professor
of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University School of Engineering and Technology, and Associate
Professor of Maxillofacial Implantology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Lille in France. Dr.
Roberts is active in the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) as the Chairman of the Council on
Orthodontic Education; he serves as a delegate and member of the Board of Directors of the Great Lakes
Association of Orthodontists. He practices orthodontics with his son Jeffery in southeast Indianapolis
at Roberts Orthodontics.com. Honors include US Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V, Isaiah
Lew Memorial Research Award - American Academy of Implant Dentistry Foundation, Jarabak Award for
Orthodontic Education and Research - AAO Foundation, Salzmann Lecture – AAO Foundation, and the Dr.
Dale Wade Award for Excellence in Orthodontics – ABO. Dr. Roberts has presented multiple endowed lectures and served as a visiting
professor both nationally and internationally.
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FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF BONE BIOLOGY APPLIED TO TEMPORARY AND AUXILIARY ANCHORAGE
IMPLANTS.
ABSTRACT
The success or failure of a temporary anchorage device (TAD) depends on the: 1. biocompatibility of the implant material, 2. surface
geometry of the device, 3. load-transfer characteristics of the TAD-bone interface, 4. Osseous tissue density, 5. Geometric distribution
of supporting bone, 6. Viability of adjacent bone, 7. Micromotion at the interface, 8. Wound healing response, and 9. the intensity of the
regional acceleratory phenonomon (RAP). TADs placed in the oral cavity are rarely designed to achieve osseointegration. Micromotion at
the TAD/bone interface may result in a nonunion, that is manifest as mobility and fibrous connective tissue interface. On the other hand,
nonintegrated TADs may remain “rigid” but move by a differential modeling process, relative to basilar bone when loaded. Osseointegrated
endosseous implants provide rigid dentofacial orthopedic anchorage, and remain stable relatively to basilar bone. Both TADs and
permanent prosthetic implants, with an auxiliary function, can provide effective anchorage for dentofacial orthopedics in three dimensions.
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RON RONCONE
RAMESH SABHLOK
After receiving his undergraduate degree from Marquette University, Dr. Roncone pursued graduate study
in physiology and neuroanatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette School of Medicine) while
simultaneously earning his dental degree from the same university. His CV includes postdoctoral certificates
from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine and the Forsyth Dental Center, a Teaching Fellow at Harvard
School of Dental Medicine, and Assistant Professor of Orthodontics at The University of Maryland School of
Dentistry, Alpha Sigma Nu National Jesuit Honorary Fraternity, and Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental
Honorary Fraternity. Dr. Roncone’s practice is in San Diego County, California specializing in adult treatment
(aesthetics, surgical and TMD) as well as “early” treatment for children. He is a respected and frequent
lecturer, having taught more than a thousand seminars around the globe. His impressive list of technical
innovations include long (8-12 week) intervals between patient appointments, which he introduced in 1989
through the use of titanium wires, and the development of a unique prescription for bands and brackets. Dr.
Roncone is President and CEO of Roncone Orthodontics InternationalÒ. ROI offers practice management
courses, as well as in-office consulting and marketing services.
Dr Ramesh Sabhlok obtained his BDS(Honors) and MDS in Orthodontics from the Faculty of Dental Sciences,
King George’s Medical College, University of Lucknow, India. He is a Diplomate of the Royal College of
Surgeons; Edinburgh (M.ORTH RCSEd) and also a Diplomate of the Indian Board of Orthodontics. He
was awarded WHO fellowship to USA for Advanced Training in Orthodontics at the School of Dentistry,
University of Louisiana, New Orleans, School of Dentistry University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and College of
Dentistry, University of Illinois, Chicago.
ABSTRACT
In orthodontics there are many variables. Each patient presents with many differences and sets of circumstances, including facial types,
skeletal differences, joint position and tooth positions to name only a few. In order to systemize and be able to truly diagnosis and
treat each person individually, we must have some order in our clinical examinations, diagnostic records review, treatment planning and
treatment itself. This presentation will show one method using a definitive checklist system with examples for each of the above areas and
several cases of systematic treatment.
He held senior teaching and clinical positions in India, Libya and United Arab Emirates for last three decades.
Dr. Sabhlok worked as Consultant Orthodontist with the Dubai Health Authority, Government of Dubai,
United Arab Emirates for last two decades. Presently, he is in exclusive Orthodontic Practice in Dubai.
Dr. Sabhlok has special interest in efficient and effective utilization of Contemporary Orthodontic appliances,
Growth modulation with Functional appliances and Non-Extraction treatment. He has presented several
seminars and Continuing Educational Courses in various International, National Orthodontic and Dental
conferences and has many publications to his credit.
He is an active member of many International Orthodontic and Dental Organizations, including the American Association of Orthodontists,
Fellow of the American College Of Dentists, Fellow of the International College of Dentists and Fellow of the Academy of Dentistry
International.
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PREDICTABLE MAXILLARY MOLAR DISTALIZATION WITH MICRO-IMPLANT ANCHORAGE IN THE
CORRECTION OF CLASS II MALOCCLUSION.
ABSTRACT
Distalization of maxillary molars is a viable option for the correction of class II malocclusion. However, Anchorage loss and patient compliance
are the major problems when using conventional molar-distalizing appliances. The advent of temporary anchorage devices has revitalized
orthodontic biomechanics and made it possible to achieve predicable results without any side effects.
This presentation will include temporary anchorage devices using buccal and palatal micro-implants as well as micro-implant supported
conventional appliances like Distal Jet and pendulum for the distalization of molars using the concept of absolute anchorage. The focus will
be on biomechanical and diagnostic considerations and countering strategies to combat the unwanted side effects. The effect on second
and third molars, appropriate timings, force levels, anchorage requirements and post-distalization mechanics will be also addressed.
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GIUSEPPE SCUZZO
ANTONINO G. SECCHI
Dr. Giuseppe Scuzzo, graduated in medicine in 1983 (Rome University) and specialized in dentistry in 1987
(Rome University) and orthodontics at Ferrara University.
Dr. Secchi is Assistant Professor of Orthodontics-Clinician Educator and Clinical Director of the Department
of Orthodontics at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. Secchi is a Diplomate of the American Board
of Orthodontics and member of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists. Among others, he has
received the 2005 David C. Hamilton Orthodontic Research Award from the Pennsylvania Association
of Orthodontists and the 2007 Subtelny, Baker, Eastman Teaching Fellowship Award from the AAOF. In
addition, he maintains an active orthodontic practice in Philadelphia.
He has always worked exclusively in orthodontics, with a special interest in lingual orthodontics since 1983 .
Author of numerous publications (40) regarding this technique, Dr. Scuzzo has spoken and published
extensively in Italy and abroad on lingual orthodontics.
He collaborates ( as a teacher) with the major European Universities, and is a professor in the lingual
technique at Ferrara University and adjunct Professor at New York University. He is also director of the First
International Master in Lingual orthodontics at Ferrara University and Director of the PG Program in Lingual
Orthodontics at the Complutense University of Madrid.
Together with Dr Takemoto he gives many lectures and courses all over the world.
Dr. Scuzzo has a private practice limited to lingual orthodontics in Rome, Italy.
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NEW LINGUAL STRAIGHT WIRE METHOD: A LOOK AT THE FUTURE.
COMPLETE CLINICAL ORTHODONTICS.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
The lingual orthodontic technique introduced by Dr. Fujita in the 1970s used a mushroom arch-form. Due to the morphology of the lingual
surface of the teeth, the mushroom arch-wire is still used today for lingual orthodontic treatment. However the complicated wire bending
and difficulty of mechanics affects both the treatment results and increases the length of chair time.
In order to improve traditional lingual orthodontic mushroom arch-form , which involves complicated handling, arch-wire bending, difficulty
in mechanics and upper/lower arch-coordination, we developed the lingual straight arch-wire (LSW) method in 1995.
New LSW method with new bracket design has been improved to compensate these faults. This technique using plane arch-form, can
make arch coordination easy and simple mechanics such as sliding mechanics can also be used. Less wire bending will give doctors an
easy technical approach and reduce chair time, therefore patient’s comfort will also be improved.
Learning Objectives:
▪ Lingual Straight Wire concept
▪ Biomechanical and mechanical advantages of LSW
▪ Protocol setup for LSW and new bonding procedure
▪ Case Report
This presentation will introduce the participants with the concepts of Complete Clinical Orthodontics and its biomechanics. Complete Clinical
Orthodontics is a comprehensive orthodontic system that integrates the best principles of classic orthodontics with new technologies, such
as self-ligating appliances, to provide practical solutions. Although self-ligation doesn’t change the basics of orthodontics, it represents
an improvement of bracket design and facilitates treatment delivery. The orthodontist should understand what can be expected and how
to manage these appliances to be efficient and consistent. Several cases with different malocclusions will be reviewed throughout the
presentation.
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JUNJI SUGAWARA
HIDEO SUZUKI
Dr. Junji Sugawara is currently a Director at the SAS Orthodontic Centre, Ichiban-cho Dental Office, Sendai,
Japan, and a Visiting Clinical Professor at the Division of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, University
of Connecticut, Farmington, He graduated from Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan in 1973 and worked
there over 30 years. He is an active member of the Edward H. Angle Society (North Atlantic Component)
since 2004.
The Skeletal Anchorage System (SAS) utilizing the titanium miniplates as temporary anchorage devices
and Sendai Surgery First are recent key interests and he has given many lectures on these subjects in the
United States, Europe, South America, Australia, Middle East and Asia.
Professor in the Department of Orthodontics, Brazilian Dental Association,– Sao Luis – Maranhao. Professor in the Department of Orthodontics, Sao Leopoldo Mandic Research Center, Campinas/Sao
Paulo.
TITLE
TITLE
STRATEGIC THIRD MOLAR EXTRACTION: NEW EXTRACTION CATEGORY.
COMPENSATING ORTHODONTI C TREATMENT:
A PROPOSAL OF SKELETAL DISCREPANCY DIAGNOSIS AND ORTHODONTIC IMPLANT SELECTION.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
In traditional orthodontics, the case which third molars were solely extracted has not been considered as an extraction case, but been
categorized as a non-extraction case. However, it has now become possible to predictably distalize the molars using the skeletal anchorage
system (SAS) following third molar extraction and to improve anterior crossbite, upper protrusion, crowding, and asymmetric dentition
without having to extract the bicuspids. Therefore, it may not be appropriate to classify those cases into the non-extraction case, because
extraction spaces of the third molars were intentionally used for correction of such orthodontic problems. From a realistic point of view,
those cases should be defined as “a strategic third molar extraction case”, and should be differentiated from a non-extraction case or an
extraction case. In this symposium, I will introduce various types of the strategic third molar extraction cases, and refer to its diagnosis
and treatment planning.
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The selection of an insertion site is determined by some factors, such as the biomechanics of the chosen appliance, mini-implant
dimensions, local anatomy (tooth and bone), facial type and skeletal discrepancy. Essentially, there are three cephalometric methods to
study skeletal problems: by using intracranial reference, extracranial reference and natural head position and centroid reference derived
mathematically. This new proposal for orthodontic diagnosis aims to estimate the natural head position through a mathematical model
for centroid construction (facial centroid and center of equilibrium). In this presentation, it will be shown a simple method for diagnosing
skeletal discrepancies (vertical and sagittal) to allow the clinician to select a proper biomechanics using orthodontic implant illustrated by
clinical cases.
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FLAVIO URIBE
STEFANO VELO
Dr. Uribe received his Master‘s degree and Certificate in Orthodontics from the University of Connecticut
after receiving the DDS degree from CES University in Medellin, Colombia. He also completed a 3- year
residency and fellowship in General Dentistry at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Uribe is a full-time
associate professor and program director in the Division of Orthodontics at the University of Connecticut
and has authored and co-authored numerous chapters and articles in peer- reviewed journals. Dr. Uribe is a
Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and active member of the Angle Society of Orthodontics.
Dr Stefano Velo received :
His degree in Medicine ( 1983 ) from the University of Padova, Italy.
His Specialty in Dentistry ( 1987 ) from the University of Verona, Italy.
His Specialty in Orthodontics ( 1999 ) from the University of Ferrara, Italy.
He has attended post-graduated courses in: Tweed bhiomecanic course (1987 ) Tucson , USA.
Workshop in Tweed biomechanic in Class II ( 1990 ) Tucson, USA.
Lingual Orthodontics ( 1993-94 )at the University of Cagliari, Italy.
Interceptive Treatment ( 1995 ) at the University of Pavia, Italy.
Orthodontics for Adult Patients ( 1996 )at the University of Ferrara, Italy Presently.
Dr. Velo was visiting Professor at the Department of Orthodontics ( from 1999 to 2005 ) at the University
of Ferrara, Italy.
He his Visiting Professor in Ecole D’orthodontie dentaire University Paris 5, Paris France.
BIOMECHANICAL APPLICATIONS USING ONE-COUPLE SYSTEMS AND MINISCREW SPLINTING.
He was Past-President ( 1996-1998 )of the Italian Association of Lingual Orthodontics (A.I.O.L.).
He his Past-President of ESLO ( European Society of Lingual Orthodontics ) ( 2004-2006 ).
He is member of the AAO, EOS and SIDO.
His interest in clinical orthodontics has focused on Lingual Orthodontics since 1987, on No Compliance Treatment since 1996 and on
Skeletal anchorage since 1999. and as demonstrated by several publications and international presentations in this field of interest.
ABSTRACT
TITLE
Orthodontic tooth movement often requires an understanding of the biomechanical systems used. As forces are being applied, moments
are being generated. These moments may be conveniently applied to teeth; however, reactive forces and moments may be transferred
to the miniscrews. Single miniscrews are not very good at resisting torsional moments and may fail when these force systems are applied.
Splinting miniscrews is an alternative to counteract the moments generated during orthodontic tooth movement while preserving miniscrew
stability. This lecture will present different applications and technical options available to splint miniscrews. Clinical cases will highlight
the advantages and uses of this technique. Finally, one couple systems are very versatile force systems to be applied from miniscrews.
Examples of one-couple systems used to conform to a specific line of action of force will be presented.
PRIORITY FACTORS IN THE SKELETAL ANCHORAGE WITH MINISCREWS.
ABSTRACT
TITLE
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Among the many aspects of the skeletal anchorage with TADs , one which is taken into particular analysis in clinical practice is the method
of inserting the miniscrew in the interradicular bone spaces ( safe zone ), and in particular what is the ideal angle of insertion and the
optimal position for desired force vectors.
If the use of the surgical guides are certainly of great help to avoid harming anatomical structures , often the insertion of miniscrew is
affected by factors that are beyond the capabilities of the operator as well as the precision of the surgical guides.
These factors influence and determine substantially both the angle of insertion of miniscrews and the choice of safe zone . We are going
to analyse these factors which we will call Priority Factors (P.F.)
The Orthodontist will carefully consider the P.F. and, thus, will find the location and angle that best suit his needs for skeletal anchorage
and biomechanics.
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FRANK WEILAND
BENEDICT WILMES
Frank Weiland was born in the Netherlands. He studies dentistry in Amsterdam and received his postgraduate
orthodontic education in Germany and Austria. Among his special areas of interest are biomechanics,
long term results of orthodontic treatment, time-efficient orthodontic treatment and iatrogenic effects of
orthodontic treatment, topics on which he has published and lectured extensively. He holds a DDS from
the University of Amsterdam, a Dr.med.dent. from the University of Bern (Switzerland) and a PhD from
the University of Graz (Austria). He is a President of the European Board of Orthodontics and member of
the Angle Society of Europe. He is a member of the editorial board of 3 international orthodontic journals.
Among other awards, he received the Beni Solow Award for the best article published in the European
Journal of Orthodontics in the year 2003. He maintains a private practice in Deutschlandsberg (Austria),
acts as a part-time associate professor at the Medical University Vienna and regularly lectures internationally.
Dr. Wilmes did a postgraduate training in oral surgery at the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery at
University of Muenster, Germany. He received a M.S. and a postgraduate degree in orthodontics and
dentofacial orthopedics at the University of the Duesseldorf, Germany. In 2004 he became Assistant
Professor, in 2006 Associate Professor at the Department of Orthodontics at the University of
Duesseldorf.
Dr. Wilmes is reviewer and consultant of the Angle Orthodontist, the World Journal of Orthodontics,
the Journal of Dental Research, Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research, the European Journal of
Orthodontics and the German Board (DIN) for orthodontic products. He has held more than 200 national
and international lectures and courses on skeletal anchorage in orthodontics.
Dr. Wilmes is a Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA.
Dr. Wilmes was awarded the First Prize of the German Orthodontic Society in 2007 and the First Prize of
the European Orthodontic Society in 2009.
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TITLE
FROM HARD FACTS TO TOTAL NONSENSE: WHAT COMPANIES TELL YOU ABOUT SLBs.
SKELETAL ANCHORAGE IN ORTHODONTICS: NEXT GENERATION APPLIANCES.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT
The first ligature free brackets were introduced in 1935. During the following decades numerous designs were patented but hardly ever
reached production status. In recent years, however, self-ligating brackets are in the focus of interest. All major orthodontic companies
market their own designs. According to the sales promotional material, each company has the bracket system that may solve all clinical
difficulties. This lecture will present a critical overview, based on clinical cases and scientific analyses, of the most frequently used selfligating bracket systems on the market and point out the discrepancy between companies’ promises and scientific proof.
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Their small size allows mini-implants to be inserted in a variety of sites. Currently, the alveolar process is the most preferred insertion site.
However, due to the varying bone quality and the risk of root contact, the survival rate of implants inserted in the alveolar ridge still needs
improvement.
Other regions, such as the anterior palate and the mental region provide much better conditions for TAD insertion, since the amount and
quality of the available bone is far superior.
In order to utilize mini-implants inserted in the anterior palate, the Benefit mini-implant system is presented. Different types of abutments
and connectors (Beneplates) allow the construction of versatile and cost efficient appliances for a large variety of clinical applications.
The Mentoplate is a titanium plate that is fixed in the mental region especially for early class III corrections und lower molar mesialization.
Utilizing TAD´s in the anterior palate and the mental region eliminates the risk of root injury and takes the implants out of the path of tooth
movement.
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EVENT SPONSOR
BRONZE SPONSOR
SILVER SPONSOR
A.I.O.T. SPONSOR
GOLD SPONSOR
EXHIBITOR & SPONSOR
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