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Dental Focus Conference

Function and Interdisciplinary Treatment

28-29 October 2022

Dr. Ute Schneider-Moser & Dr. Lorenz Moser

Missing teeth in the anterior and in the posterior area

Patients affected by missing teeth in the aesthetic zone due to agenesis or transpositions, impacted or retained teeth, tooth malformations such as dilaceration or enamel dysplasia, and the entire range of dental trauma may sometimes require unusual treatment approaches. The therapeutic challenge in these patients is to select 1. the most appropriate orthodontic strategy without extremely sophisticated mechanics, 2. to keep treatment time within acceptable limits for not risking iatrogenic damages, e.g. major root resorptions and 3. to avoid the necessity for a future extensive implanto-prosthodontic rehabilitation. The speaker will present an interesting array of complex clinical patients who were treated by application of simple, but efficient mechanics and providing long-term follow up records. The focus will not only be on the upper aesthetic zone, but equal attention will be given to addressing space closure of large edentulous areas in the maxillary and mandibular posterior segments where pure straight-wire mechanics might not be sufficient without some accessories

Complex interdisciplinary treatments in adult patients

Treating severely compromised adult patients is the most challenging task in orthodontics. The key issue is to orthodontically move the teeth in an optimal position for the restorative dentist to establish optimal function and esthetics utilizing the most conservative prosthodontic approach. In adult patients with multiple missing teeth, severe skeletal malocclusions and periodontal disease, patient motivation, treatment planning and consequent execution of the preestablished therapeutic protocol requires excellent orchestration of a team of highly skilled specialists in order to achieve the predicted outcome. An array of clinical patients will be presented to illustrate patient and team management for the complex interdisciplinary orthodontic patient.

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.