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Dental Focus Conference - Function and Interdisciplinary Treatment

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Dental Focus Conference - Function and Interdisciplinary Treatment

6-8 November 2020


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Dental Focus Conference

Function and Interdisciplinary Treatment

6-8 November 2020

Dr. Lars Christensen

Digital workflows in MB 5.0 treatment philosophy

The use of digital technologies in the delivery of orthodontic treatment is attracting attention among many orthodontists and laboratories. This presentation will cover the recent developments in digital workflows for the orthodontic practice. The course will begin with 3D image capture options and subsequently focus on the utilization of the technologies in all areas of the orthodontic practice from diagnosis and treatment planning, appliance production, indirect bonding strategies and design options, progress reviews and the end of treatment procedures such as fixed and removable retainer options as well as retention follow ups. Dr Christensen will endeavour to present more than one pathway for the use of the digital technologies including in office appliance production and collaboration with digital laboratories. The purpose is not to endorse specific hard- and software solutions but rather to discuss which elements can benefit our patients. The second half of the course will focus on one of the key elements of the MBT philosophy – accurate bracket placement. Dr Christensen will demonstrate several pathways of indirect bonding tray production. Examples of indirect bonding tray production will be carefully detailed, and advantages and disadvantages of each method will be described.

Dr. Vittorio Cacciafesta & Dr. Paolo Casentini

A multidisciplinary approach combining Orthodontics and Other Disciplines for the treatment of Complex Cases

Treatment of complex cases, where multiple clinical problems need to be faced, can be demanding if a comprehensive treatment plan is not performed. The presentation will focus on a combined workflow, where orthodontic procedures are associated with digital design of the smile and previsualization techniques, implant dentistry with soft and hard tissues augmentation, perioplastic surgery and prosthetic procedures including ceramic minimally invasive bonded restorations. Multidisciplinary treatment strategies will be presented in this lecture to highlight the importance of combining different clinical procedures to achieve an improved result. The lecture will include step by step clinical presentation of different cases.

Dr. Ron Roncone

The TIER V Practice – The Next Step in Orthodontics

Whether we have been in practice for a few years or many years, we are all creatures of habit. We do things because that is the way we were taught or that is the way we have always done things. Even with all the technological advances, we are still practicing in many respects the same way as we did more than 40 years ago. This presentation will attempt to show where we should be in our practices:
✓ Complete diagnosis
✓ Physiologic treatment
✓ Reduced treatment time (no magic involved)
✓ Superb stability
Effectiveness and Efficiency are the keys to the future of orthodontics …and the future is now!