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DENTSPLY GAC’s 21st Century Orthodontic Congress

DENTSPLY GAc’s 21st century Orthodontic congress

Challenges, Obstacles and Advantages – How to Introduce Lingual Orthodontics into Daily Practice – Dr Michael Sostmann (Germany)

The lecture will address advantages and obstacles of horizontal or vertical slot orientation, sliding and/or friction in lingual bracket systems. You will learn more about chair time efficiency and improvement in the learning curve, your ticket into the lingual orthodontic world!


Ten Clinical Questions – Dr Frank Weiland (Austria)

This lecture aims at proving evidence-based answers to 10 clinical questions:

  1. Does arch expansion with self-ligating brackets grow bone?
  2. Is expansion with self-ligating brackets stable long term?
  3. Aesthetics – do buccal corridors really matter?
  4. Does orthodontic treatment improve a patient's periodontal condition or worsen it?
  5. Does extraction treatment have a negative bearing on aesthetics?
  6. Is non-extraction treatment really non-extraction?
  7. Does the difference in friction between types of brackets really matter clinically?
  8. Are the treatment results with self-ligating brackets better than with conventional brackets?
  9. Does the use of self-ligating brackets make treatment more efficient?
  10. Can we "grow mandibles" in the treatment of Class II malocclusions?

Long-Term Outcome of CLP Treatment as a Result of Interdisciplinary Cooperation and Careful Planning - Prof. Dr. Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman (The Netherlands)

The principal role of the interdisciplinary cleft lip and palate team (CLP team) is to provide integrated care for children with clefts and to assure quality and continuity of patient care and longitudinal follow-up.

The decisive factors for the final treatment results are: a high caseload per surgeon, a clear and ‘simple’ treatment plan, and a well-organized setting for CLP-care.


From Single 3D Images to Fusion Models of the Head - Prof. Dr. Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman (The Netherlands)

Nowadays, the lateral and frontal cephalogram and the OPT can be replaced by one cone beam CT scan, which enables a 3D-analysis of the facial structures. 3D-facial still pictures can be made and just recently 3D-video started to develop, which brings in the 4th dimension. Digital dental casts will replace plaster casts for clinical use and intra-oral digital impression taking is a new exciting development.
A synergy between these methods is created when they are fused together to display all three facial structures at once in a virtual head. For that reason, improvement of single 3D imaging techniques and fusion processes has been the number one priority within the 3D lab in Nijmegen.


Ideal Smile® ALIGNER - An Advanced Developed Aligner System Based on the Essix® Therapy - Dr. Roland Jonkman (The Netherlands)

In this lecture, the Ideal Smile Aligner system is introduced and some preliminary cases are presented. Ideal Smile Aligner System is not only an update of a sophisticated and well-known orthodontic treatment method, but also an attractive and more cost-effective alternative for both patient and orthodontist.


Modern Biomechanics in Orthodontic Treatment - Prof. Dr. Andrea Wichelhaus (Germany)

Knowledge of Biomechanics is improving the quality of orthodontic treatment results after performing segmental or sliding mechanics.

  • knowledge of specific segmental arches with new materials
  • Individual programming of NiTi arches
  • Biomechanical side effects of self-ligating systems
  • Friction-reduced mechanics
  • M/F-relation

Prof. Dr. Wichelhaus's own studies and patients are showing the awaited moments, the biomechanical effects and the resulting clinical action.


TGO: A Modern Approach of the Bi-Dimensional Technique - Dr. Michel Le Gall (France)

It is during strategic phases of orthodontic treatment that the need for third order control of the upper incisor makes complete sense.

The evolution of our techniques allows us to reach such results through a proper mechanical thinking and through the use of specific bracket/wire-assembly appliances. Improved sliding mechanics and lower friction guarantee the generation of the proper forces for dental movement, while taking physiology into consideration.

Therefore, the TGO prescription combines the benefits of the In-Ovation® system to an innovative prescription in the anterior region


Skeletal Anchorage in Adult Orthodontic Treatment - Dr. Johannes Grossen (Switzerland)

Anchorage in adult orthodontic treatment is one of the main problems to be solved during treatment planning. 

The introduction of skeletal anchorage with the use of bone anchors, miniscrews and temporary implants has opened new possibilities for adult patient treatment.

This lecture presents different types of skeletal anchorage in a large number of clinical cases. Advantages and disadvantages of each anchorage type as well as the limits of application in borderline cases will be discussed.


The Twin Block: An Overview of 15 Years of Successful Treatment of Class II Patients - Dr. Guido Sampermans (Belgium)

An overview of 15 years experience with this appliance will be presented. Multiple design changes and the combination of the appliance with fixed appliances to improve the treatment results will be discussed. This clinical lecture, showing a significant amount of successfully treated Class II cases offers tips and tricks to treat more easily, efficiently and successfully your Class II patients


The Key Elements to a Quality Orthodontic Practice - Dr. Guido Sampermans (Belgium)

This lecture will focus on these key quality elements and provide several practical tips on how to incorporate these "keys" into your practice: team building, leadership, marketing, image building, efficiency and several other factors.


Orthodontially Facilitated Periodontics and Periodontially Facilitated Orthodontics - Prof. Raffaele Spena (Italy)

In the past decade a new chapter has developed in clinical orthodontics: the periodontially facilitated tooth movement. The aim is to reduce resistance and enhance the orthodontic movement of those teeth that require it.

The author will try to elucidate the different aspects of piezocision, segmental corticotomy, PAOO, osteotomies and several clinical cases will be presented.


The CCO Prescription: Advantage and Flexibility in Treating Complex Adult Patients - Prof. Raffaele Spena (Italy)

Tips on how to improve the use of the SWA’s and these new prescriptions will be presented with clinical examples.

New thermal NiTi wires and active self-ligating brackets have made the necessary changes to improve biomechanical management and the final outcome of our clinical cases. CCO prescriptions have evolved from these needs.


Treatment of Class II with the PUL Concept – Dr Elie Callabe (France)

The presentation will include a detailed description of the PUL (Propulseur Universal Light) and a review of different types of clinical cases treated with the PUL.

The objective of the PUL Concept is to transform difficult cases with unfavorable growth to a simple Class I nonextraction case that is favorable to growth and facial harmony.


Complete Clinical Orthodontics: The Importance of a Multidisciplinary Concept - Dr. Julia García Baeza (Spain)

Multidisciplinary knowledge is essential from the beginning of our treatments.

The study and comprehension of facial proportions and the teeth, along with the cooperation of an aesthetic dental specialist will customize each smile.

These elements will create the difference between just standard results, and a natural smile that recreates the beauty of our patient’s personality.

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