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Orthodontics and dental traumatology: a kaleidoscope of options - 02.06.2017.

Objavljeno: četvrtak, 13 April 2017

SEMINAR I RADIONICA ZA ORTODONTE KOJI SE ODRŽAVAJU 2. I 3. JUNA 2017. GODINE SU SPONZORISANI OD Johnson & Johnson.

Friday, 2017 june 2nd

Orthodontics and dental traumatology:

a kaleidoscope of options.

Prof. Alberto Caprioglio

9.00 -   9.15          Introduction

9.15 - 10.00           Preventive orthodontics and loss of baby teeth

10.00 - 11.00         Management of a traumatized permanent immature tooth

11.00 - 11.30         Coffee break

11.30 - 12.00         Management of a traumatized permanent mature tooth

12.00 - 12.30         Management of an ex-articulated tooth

12.30 - 13.00         Management of edentulous space after a dental trauma

13.00 - 14.30         Lunch

14.30 - 15.00         How to prepare an orthodontic splint

15.00 - 16.30         Hand on course: preparation of an orthodontic splint        

 

Abstract:

Orthodontics has an important role to play in the treatment of patients with dental traumas when one considers the manifold consequences to dental development and various treatment options presently available.

Due to the frequency of dental traumas in infancy and youth, traumatized teeth with various long-term prognoses pose a problem when planning orthodontic treatment. The high prevalence of previous dental trauma in an orthodontic patient population has recently been reported with 10% of patients sustaining dental injuries before the onset of orthodontic treatment. Treatment planning for patients with traumatized teeth involves a detailed evaluation of both the prognosis for the injured teeth and treatment of the malocclusion. A coordinated treatment plan, incorporating clinical and radiographic findings of healing and of complications must be established before orthodontic treatment begins. The traditional relationship between dental trauma and orthodontic treatment concerned the most appropriate time of initiating routine orthodontic treatment will be highlighted. This “cooling off” period is recommended to reduce the possibility of collateral damage, particularly root resorption, that might occur when orthodontic loading of normally acceptable force levels is applied to the affected teeth. Different strategies and treatment plans to manage these problems will be presented.

 

Saturday, 2017 june 3rd

 

Expand….. your treatment options

Prof. Alberto Caprioglio

    

  9.00 -   9.15        Introduction

  9.15 - 10.00        Anatomy - Histology - Physio-pathology

10.00 - 11.00         Occlusion in mixed dentition  and transversal aspects

11.00  - 11.30        Coffee break

11.30 - 12.15        Sagittal and vertical aspects

12.15 - 12.45         Interdisciplinary aspects and new perspectives

12.45 - 13.00         Conclusions

 

Abstract:

The upper jaw is commonly indicated as the determinant arch such has the lower jaw is the guide arch in orthodontics. Several studies shown that maxillary transversal deficiency is a “syndrome” and cross bite is only a part of it. Slow and Rapid Maxillary Expansion are the most commonly used procedures in orthodontic for the treatment of maxillary transversal deficiency in a growing child.Literature about maxillary expansion provides information that deal with its utility in correcting certain types of sagittal malocclusions, even thought there is no cross bite. Class III and Class II problems can be often associated with a hidden maxillary deficiency. In addition maxillary expansion can improve nasal airway functions or it is able to modify some metabolic parameters temporary. Clinical implications to the maxillary transverse issue and different therapeutic goals will be illustrate during the lecture.

Material required for the hand on course

  •          Plaster model of the upper arch in mixed dentition (molar and incisor full erupted) like this example 120617      
  •          Standard edgewise brackets for 1.1+1.2+2.1+2.2+5.3+6.3
  •          0.018 “ stainless steel wire (30 cm)
  •          Light wire cutter
  •          Hard wire cutter
  •          139 “bird’s beak” plier
  •          Mathieu
  •          Ligature director1206172
  •          Metallic ligatures
  •          Permanent marker

 

SEMINAR ĆE SE BODOVATI SA 8 BODOVA

KOTIZACIJA DO 01.05.2017.

DOKTORI 150 KM

SPECIJALIZANTI 120 KM

KOTIZACIJA POSLIJE 01.05.2017.

Za sve  200KM

 

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