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Dental Focus Conference - Finishing Masters

22-24 November 2019

Bucharest, InterContinental Hotel

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Dental Focus Conference

Finishing Masters

22-24 November 2019
Bucharest, InterContinental Hotel



Dr. Zachrisson is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Oslo, Norway. He has maintained a private orthodontic practice in Oslo for over 40 years, and has published more than 275 clinical and scientific articles in international journals and textbooks in orthodontics, periodontics, traumatology, and general dentistry, and presented lectures and courses world wide. He has received many awards and honors from orthodontic societies in Europe, USA, Asia, Australia, and Africa. He is one of few orthodontists who has received both the Ketcham and the Jarabak Awards, the two most prestigious awards from the AAO, and has three times received the Dewel Award for the best clinical article in the AJO-DO (2003, 2009 and 2017). He is the third most cited author in orthodontics.



• Davide Mirabella was born in Catania (Italy) on July 10, 1966.
• Dental Degree (DDS) 1989 University of Catania.
• Certificate in Orthodontics 1993 University of Washington (Seattle, Wa).
• Master of Science in Dentistry 1993 University of Washington (Seattle, Wa).
• From 1994 practice limited to orthodontics in Catania.
• 1-year Postdoctoral Program in Lingual Orthodontics 1995 University of Cagliari.
• Specialist in Orthodontics (Italian Degree) 2000 University of Cagliari.
• Adjunct Professor 2003 Dept of Orthodontics University of Ferrara.
• President 2015 Italian Academy of Orthodontics.
• Active Member of SIDO, International Member of AAO and Founder Member of SIAD (Italian Straight Wire Society) and Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia.
• Former Active Member Angle Society of Europe.
• Practice limited to orthodontics.
• Speaker at national and international orthodontic meetings.
• Author of publications in national and international orthodontic journals.

Dr. Marco ROSA

Dr. Marco ROSA

He has obtained the Diplomas of Excellence issued by: Angle Society of Europe; European Board of Orthodontics; Italian Society of Orthodontics; He is a member of the following professional associations: Angle Society of Europe; European Board of Orthodontics; Italian Board of Orthodontics; American Association of Orthodontists; European Orthodontic Society; Italian Society of Orthodontics; Association of Italian Specialists in Orthodontics; Past-President of the Italian Association of Orthodontics Specialists (1998-2001). Speaker in Scientific Congresses in Italy and abroad. Examiner at the European Board of Orthodontics in 2004 (EOS Aahrus, Danemark). He is the author of numerous scientific articles, book chapters and monographs.

Course Outline

Dr. Davide Mirabella

Finishing in Orthodontics: The Art of Seeing and Knowing

Orthodontic finishing is probably the most difficult stage of treatment. It has been advocated that with pre-adjusted appliances a good clinical outcome is reached when proper bracket placement is achieved and when the ”average” information carried by the selected appliances allows for good tooth position. Guidelines on how to reach a good finishing have been published and clinical protocol have been suggested to help the orthodontist during the final stage of treatment.

This 2,5 – day course will describe:
✓ The occlusal and esthetic factors to be evaluated during finishing
✓ How the straight wire treatment philosophy helps the orthodontist during the finishing stage
✓ The clinical strategy on how to reach a satisfactory functional and esthetic orthodontic outcome both in conventional and interdisciplinary cases
✓ Discussing the diagnostic concept, the interactions among the dental specialists involved, and the clinical strategies that should be the common platform of knowledge shared by an up-to-date dental team
✓ Presenting guidlines on how to reach a good finishing as well as clinical protocol and strategies tot be implemented during the final stage of treatment

Finishing Adult Complex Cases: The Interdisciplinary Approach

Clinical experience and technical innovation allow the orthodontist to achieve predictable and satisfactory aesthetic/functional clinical outcomes. However, even the most experienced orthodontist sometimes is confronted with the treatment of peculiar types of patients such as adults complex cases the solution of which requires biological knowledge, a comprehensive diagnostic approach and synthesis ability from clinical insights and analytical skills. Therefore, the optimal resolution of cases presenting periodontal, restorative, aesthetic and occlusal problems may be achieved only with the contribution of all dental specialties. Against this backdrop, orthodontic treatment should be carried out with the aim of enhancing the restoractive and prosthodontics final results.

The aim of this lecture is twofold:
✓ Discussing the diagnostic concept, the interactions among the dental specialists involved, and the clinical strategies that should be the common platform of knowledge shared by an up-to-date dental team
✓ Presenting guidlines on how to reach a good finishing as well as clinical protocol and strategies tot be implemented during the final stage of treatment.

✓ Lower incisor extraction: finishing strategies
✓ Crown dimension/number anomalies
✓ Orthodontic treatment in the compromised periodontal patient: what an orthodontist should know
✓ The traumatic anterior partially edentulous patient: limits and possibilities of orthodontic treatment
✓ Orthodontic implant site development (OISD) in the 3 planes of space: horizontal, vertical and linguo-labial orthodontic movement

Dr. Bjorn Zachrisson

Science, practice and ethics in finishing adult orthodontic cases

The purpose of this lecture is to present a message to young orthodontists on the future of our profession based on my clinical and research experience. The following topics will be covered, and discussed from an ethical perspective:
✓ Esthetics in incisor display and smile design
✓ Reshaping teeth with deviating forms by grinding to create beautiful teeth, full interdental papillae and optimal connector areas
✓ How-to resolve crowding and narrow smiles in adults without using expansion
✓ Handling of severe periodontal complications in adult and elderly patients
✓ Limitation of failures with multistranded wire bonded retainers

Dr. Marco Rosa

Space Closure and Orthodontic Finishing in case of Missing Teeth in the Smile Area

Part 1: Intact Periodontal Tissue

Part 2: Severe Periodontal Breakdown

The course will show and discuss the crucial aspects of orthodontics, in the contest of the interdisciplinary treatment, in growing and adults patients with missing teeth in the aesthetic zone, with and without periodontal breakdown, having as treatment’s priorities not only ideal function and a overall well-balanced smile, but also an ideal cost benefit ratio and the long-term stability. Orthodontic movement is effective to correct the malocclusion, but also could be an excellent way to substitute missing teeth by space closure, facilitate restorative therapy,remodel and regenerate the periodontal tissues. The main issues discussed are:
✓ Missing Central Incisors: Space Closure vs Prosthetic Substitution
✓ Congenitally Missing Lateral Incisors (CMLI): rationale and guidelines for optimal space closure
✓ Patient-oriented diagnosis and treatment plan
✓ Rationale use of skeletal anchorage
✓ Orthodontic management of the severe periodontal breakdown in the esthetic zone
✓ Minimally invasive restorations.

Participants will learn:
✓ Guidelines to plan the interdisciplinary (ortho/perio/prosthod) treatment in case of missing teeth in the smile area
✓ Evidence based rationale for the space closure in CMLI patients
✓ New tricks and tips to optimize treatment and prevent negative side effects
✓ How to close the spaces in all malocclusion
✓ New alternatives for cosmetic restorations of the front teeth
✓ New alternatives of prosthetic replacement in the smile area
✓ What periodontal tissue reaction is to be expected following intrusion and extrusion in case of severe periodontal breakdown