Impacted Canines: the Orthodontic Management

11.12.2020, Warsaw, Poland

Information

Speaker

Dr. Iodice, Giorgio

Date

11.12.2020

Time range

10:00 am – 18:30 pm

Course number

Target group

Orthodontists

Price

per person: 275,00 € (VAT included)
Early Bird Price (till 30.09.2020): 235,00 € (VAT included)

Location

REGENT WARSAW HOTEL
Belwederska str. 23, 00-761, Warsaw
Poland

In clinical orthodontic practice, ectopic eruption and the teeth impaction are one of the most complex fields of orthodontics. The early detection of canine displacement and the use of predictive indices, detected clinically and radiographically, can help the clinician to highlight a canine malpositioned and prevent its possible future impaction. On the other hand, when we are faced with a complete dental inclusion, in most cases the surgical-orthodontic repositioning of the included dental element represents the elective treatment plan, which involves exposure, attachment and repositioning the impacted tooth by guided orthodontic traction. This, however, requires careful diagnosis and therapeutic planning, targeted for aesthetic and functional recovery. Careful and targeted clinical evaluation, together with appropriate radiographic examinations, allows the clinician to make a correct inclusion diagnosis and evaluate the anatomical relationships of the element included with the adjacent dental elements, the adjacent anatomical structures and the presence of possible obstacles to the eruption, correctly planning the surgical time and the orthodontic setting. The aim of the course is to investigate the etiology, diagnosis and prevention of the included dental elements, as well as related risks. The different conventional orthodontic and skeletal anchorage mechanics will be analyzed, aimed at the eruption of the included dental element and its correct repositioning in the arch, in full respect of the bone and periodontal structures.

Participants will acquire methods that significantly reduce the timing of their treatments, curb side effects and deal with efficiently previously thought to be too complex.
Participants will be given the opportunity to bring documentation of their own clinical cases, so as to be able to evaluate diagnostic and / or therapeutic path in a collegial.

PROGRAM

  • Epidemiology of inclusions.
  • Physiology of dental eruption.
  • Etiology of inclusion.
  • Definition.
  • Possible causes of dental inclusion
  • Diagnosis.
  • Prognosis of inclusion.
  • Objectives of the treatment.
  • Surgical aspects.
  • Stages of surgical-orthodontic treatment.
  • Orthodontic mechanics with conventional anchorage
  • Orthodontic mechanics with Skeletal anchorage

PRESENTATION OF CLINICAL CASES: palatal inclusions, buccal inclusions, inclusions in adult patients, mandibular inclusions, other teeth inclusion.

Contact Data

Małgorzata Wieczorek - Sales Assistant
Natalia Krawiec - Sales Assistant
Phone.: +48 22 675 24 94
email: grandortho@grandortho.pl

Grand Ortho Sp. z o.o.
Ul.Annopol 24, 03-236 Warszawa
www.grandortho.pl

Contact Data

Małgorzata Wieczorek - Sales Assistant
Natalia Krawiec - Sales Assistant
Phone.: +48 22 675 24 94
email: grandortho@grandortho.pl

Grand Ortho Sp. z o.o.
Ul.Annopol 24, 03-236 Warszawa
www.grandortho.pl

  • Information

    Information

    Speaker

    Dr. Iodice, Giorgio

    Date

    11.12.2020

    Time range

    10:00 am – 18:30 pm

    Course number

    Target group

    Orthodontists

    Price

    per person: 275,00 € (VAT included)
    Early Bird Price (till 30.09.2020): 235,00 € (VAT included)

    Location

    REGENT WARSAW HOTEL
    Belwederska str. 23, 00-761, Warsaw
    Poland

  • Content

    In clinical orthodontic practice, ectopic eruption and the teeth impaction are one of the most complex fields of orthodontics. The early detection of canine displacement and the use of predictive indices, detected clinically and radiographically, can help the clinician to highlight a canine malpositioned and prevent its possible future impaction. On the other hand, when we are faced with a complete dental inclusion, in most cases the surgical-orthodontic repositioning of the included dental element represents the elective treatment plan, which involves exposure, attachment and repositioning the impacted tooth by guided orthodontic traction. This, however, requires careful diagnosis and therapeutic planning, targeted for aesthetic and functional recovery. Careful and targeted clinical evaluation, together with appropriate radiographic examinations, allows the clinician to make a correct inclusion diagnosis and evaluate the anatomical relationships of the element included with the adjacent dental elements, the adjacent anatomical structures and the presence of possible obstacles to the eruption, correctly planning the surgical time and the orthodontic setting. The aim of the course is to investigate the etiology, diagnosis and prevention of the included dental elements, as well as related risks. The different conventional orthodontic and skeletal anchorage mechanics will be analyzed, aimed at the eruption of the included dental element and its correct repositioning in the arch, in full respect of the bone and periodontal structures.

    Participants will acquire methods that significantly reduce the timing of their treatments, curb side effects and deal with efficiently previously thought to be too complex.
    Participants will be given the opportunity to bring documentation of their own clinical cases, so as to be able to evaluate diagnostic and / or therapeutic path in a collegial.

    PROGRAM

    • Epidemiology of inclusions.
    • Physiology of dental eruption.
    • Etiology of inclusion.
    • Definition.
    • Possible causes of dental inclusion
    • Diagnosis.
    • Prognosis of inclusion.
    • Objectives of the treatment.
    • Surgical aspects.
    • Stages of surgical-orthodontic treatment.
    • Orthodontic mechanics with conventional anchorage
    • Orthodontic mechanics with Skeletal anchorage

    PRESENTATION OF CLINICAL CASES: palatal inclusions, buccal inclusions, inclusions in adult patients, mandibular inclusions, other teeth inclusion.