In-Office - Biomechanic Course on self-ligating brackets and TAD's

04.06.2021, Milano, Italy

You will learn about the fundamental bases of multibracket orthodonticsand understand the importance of biomechanics in the various treatment phases with and without TADs. More Information

Information

Speaker

Dr. Cacciafesta, Vittorio

Date

04.06.2021 - 05.06.2021

Time range

09:00h - 17:00h

Course number

Target group

Orthodontists

Price

Incl. 3 nights in the Hotel: 1.299,00 € (plus VAT)
Only the Course: 999,00 € (plus VAT)

Location

Hotel Mercure Milano Solari
Via Pietro Orseolo 1, 20144, Milano
Italy

AIMS OF THE COURSE

Delegates who attend this orthodontic course will be given the tools, techniques and confidence to immediately treat moderate to difficult cases in their own practices. You will learn about the fundamental bases of multibracket orthodontics and understand the importance of biomechanics in the various treatment phases with and without TADs. You will learn about the clinical principles and limitations of different orthodonticappliances and self-ligating bracket systems and anchorage reinforcement with TADs.You will understand the actual archwire sequences in the different malocclusions, providing therapeutical concepts and clinical tips for each clinical situation, especially in the management of anchorage control and extraction cases.

You will see how orthodontics has changed its mechanics since the introduction of cortical anchorage and TADs. You will learn and try onto typodonts where it is safe to insert miniscrews and how to fabricate the anchorage for various clinical situations (videos and hands-on). Several exercises will be conducted onto typodonts. You will learn the importance of a careful diagnosis and how to screen your patients to select those cases suitable for self-ligating multibracket therapy with or without mini-implants, with or without extractions, with or without orthognathic surgery. The course will include typodont exercises to support the theoretical lectures.
There will also be opportunities to bring along your own cases for discussion.

INTRODUCTION
• Simple versus Difficult clinical situations with Self-Ligating Brackets
• The role of Diagnosis and Biomechanics
• Passive vs Active Self-Ligating brackets: the usual dilemma?
• The Biostarter, BioCosmetic, BioTorque and Betaflex archwires.
• Archwire sequence and modifications.
• The new generation BioQuick LP and QuicKlear, and totally esthetic ceramic SL brackets (TrueKlear).
• The 2D Lingual Brackets: rationale and clinical advantages

TREATMENT MECHANICS
• Initial alignment and levelling: what to do and what to avoid.
• Single or double archwire mechanics? (hands-on)
• The use of Loops
• Push coils, Labio-lingual mechanics, lazo mechanics and rotatory mechanics (hands-on)
• V bends, Step bends and artistic bends (hands-on)
• The use of cantilevers (hands-on)
• Managing vertical problems – deep and open bites (hands-on)
• Managing transverse problems – expansion and contraction of archwires
• Initial alignment and levelling: what to do and what to avoid.
• Single or double archwire mechanics? (hands-on)
• The use of Loops
• Push coils, Labio-lingual mechanics, lazo mechanics and rotatory mechanics
(hands-on)
• V bends, Step bends and artistic bends (hands-on)
• The use of cantilevers (hands-on)
• Managing vertical problems – deep and open bites (hands-on)
• Managing transverse problems – expansion and contraction of archwires (hands-on)
• Managing sagittal problems – Class II and III malocclusions (hands-on)
• Managing non-extraction cases (hands-on)
• Managing extraction cases (hands-on)
• Managing difficult cases – impacted teeth, transpositions, molar mesialization (hands-on)
• Finishing and Torque control: what we should know. (hands-on)
• Management of gingival recessions with Lingual Root Torque (hands-on)
• Management of gingival recessions with muco-gingival grafts
• The role of elastics in the finishing
• Correction of the Smile arc (hands-on)
• Correction of the cant of the anterior occlusal plane (hands-on)
• Esthetic features in improving the smile: Virtual Smile Design


TREATMENT WITH THE HELP OF ORTHO EASY MINI IMPLANTS:
• Rationale and use
• Insertion sites, safe zones, and clinical protocols (videos)
• Ortho Easy mini implants in various clinical situations: how to reinforce the anchorage
 



LIST OF MATERIALS AND ISTRUMENTS THE PARTICIPANT SHOULD BRING ON THE COURSE:
• College tweezer, probe, mirror, bonding gauge
• Weingarth 501-0845
• De La Rosa small plier 501-0822
• Distal end cutter 501-0806
• Ligature cutter 501-0801
• Ligature director
• Tucker 501-0855
• two Tweed pliers 501-0839
• Mosquito pliers 501-0830
• Special Explorer 501-0843
• Lingual gauge 501-0863
• Ni-Ti small 3 beak plier 501-0707
• Jarabak plier 501-0810
• Concave plier 501-0502
• Hammerhead plier 501-0874
• Detailing pliers right and left 501-0710 and 501-0711
• Permanent marker small

Contact Data

Grand Ortho Sp. z o.o.
ul. Annopol 24 | 03-236 Warszawa
tel.: 22 675 24 94
grandortho@grandortho.pl
www.grandortho.pl
 

Contact Data

Grand Ortho Sp. z o.o.
ul. Annopol 24 | 03-236 Warszawa
tel.: 22 675 24 94
grandortho@grandortho.pl
www.grandortho.pl
 

  • Information

    Information

    Speaker

    Dr. Cacciafesta, Vittorio

    Date

    04.06.2021 - 05.06.2021

    Time range

    09:00h - 17:00h

    Course number

    Target group

    Orthodontists

    Price

    Incl. 3 nights in the Hotel: 1.299,00 € (plus VAT)
    Only the Course: 999,00 € (plus VAT)

    Location

    Hotel Mercure Milano Solari
    Via Pietro Orseolo 1, 20144, Milano
    Italy

  • Content

    AIMS OF THE COURSE

    Delegates who attend this orthodontic course will be given the tools, techniques and confidence to immediately treat moderate to difficult cases in their own practices. You will learn about the fundamental bases of multibracket orthodontics and understand the importance of biomechanics in the various treatment phases with and without TADs. You will learn about the clinical principles and limitations of different orthodonticappliances and self-ligating bracket systems and anchorage reinforcement with TADs.You will understand the actual archwire sequences in the different malocclusions, providing therapeutical concepts and clinical tips for each clinical situation, especially in the management of anchorage control and extraction cases.

    You will see how orthodontics has changed its mechanics since the introduction of cortical anchorage and TADs. You will learn and try onto typodonts where it is safe to insert miniscrews and how to fabricate the anchorage for various clinical situations (videos and hands-on). Several exercises will be conducted onto typodonts. You will learn the importance of a careful diagnosis and how to screen your patients to select those cases suitable for self-ligating multibracket therapy with or without mini-implants, with or without extractions, with or without orthognathic surgery. The course will include typodont exercises to support the theoretical lectures.
    There will also be opportunities to bring along your own cases for discussion.

     

    INTRODUCTION
    • Simple versus Difficult clinical situations with Self-Ligating Brackets
    • The role of Diagnosis and Biomechanics
    • Passive vs Active Self-Ligating brackets: the usual dilemma?
    • The Biostarter, BioCosmetic, BioTorque and Betaflex archwires.
    • Archwire sequence and modifications.
    • The new generation BioQuick LP and QuicKlear, and totally esthetic ceramic SL brackets (TrueKlear).
    • The 2D Lingual Brackets: rationale and clinical advantages

     

    TREATMENT MECHANICS
    • Initial alignment and levelling: what to do and what to avoid.
    • Single or double archwire mechanics? (hands-on)
    • The use of Loops
    • Push coils, Labio-lingual mechanics, lazo mechanics and rotatory mechanics (hands-on)
    • V bends, Step bends and artistic bends (hands-on)
    • The use of cantilevers (hands-on)
    • Managing vertical problems – deep and open bites (hands-on)
    • Managing transverse problems – expansion and contraction of archwires
    • Initial alignment and levelling: what to do and what to avoid.
    • Single or double archwire mechanics? (hands-on)
    • The use of Loops
    • Push coils, Labio-lingual mechanics, lazo mechanics and rotatory mechanics
    (hands-on)
    • V bends, Step bends and artistic bends (hands-on)
    • The use of cantilevers (hands-on)
    • Managing vertical problems – deep and open bites (hands-on)
    • Managing transverse problems – expansion and contraction of archwires (hands-on)
    • Managing sagittal problems – Class II and III malocclusions (hands-on)
    • Managing non-extraction cases (hands-on)
    • Managing extraction cases (hands-on)
    • Managing difficult cases – impacted teeth, transpositions, molar mesialization (hands-on)
    • Finishing and Torque control: what we should know. (hands-on)
    • Management of gingival recessions with Lingual Root Torque (hands-on)
    • Management of gingival recessions with muco-gingival grafts
    • The role of elastics in the finishing
    • Correction of the Smile arc (hands-on)
    • Correction of the cant of the anterior occlusal plane (hands-on)
    • Esthetic features in improving the smile: Virtual Smile Design


    TREATMENT WITH THE HELP OF ORTHO EASY MINI IMPLANTS:
    • Rationale and use
    • Insertion sites, safe zones, and clinical protocols (videos)
    • Ortho Easy mini implants in various clinical situations: how to reinforce the anchorage
     



    LIST OF MATERIALS AND ISTRUMENTS THE PARTICIPANT SHOULD BRING ON THE COURSE:
    • College tweezer, probe, mirror, bonding gauge
    • Weingarth 501-0845
    • De La Rosa small plier 501-0822
    • Distal end cutter 501-0806
    • Ligature cutter 501-0801
    • Ligature director
    • Tucker 501-0855
    • two Tweed pliers 501-0839
    • Mosquito pliers 501-0830
    • Special Explorer 501-0843
    • Lingual gauge 501-0863
    • Ni-Ti small 3 beak plier 501-0707
    • Jarabak plier 501-0810
    • Concave plier 501-0502
    • Hammerhead plier 501-0874
    • Detailing pliers right and left 501-0710 and 501-0711
    • Permanent marker small