تحت رعاية سمو الشـــيخ حــمــدان بن راشـــد آل مــكـتوم، نائب حاكم دبي، وزير المالية، رئيس هيئة الصحة بدبي
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance, President of the Dubai Health Authority

Orthodontic Course

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02 February, 2020

Orthodontic Course

TADs and Skeletal Anchorage to Manage Complex Orthodontic Malocclusions

Prof. Dr. Ravindra Nanda, DDS, MDS, PhD – USA
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Abstract: The introduction of Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs), safe devices and simple clinical use, has revolutionized the orthodontic world, simplifying otherwise very complex treatments, and making possible treatments otherwise impossible. During the last fifteen years, the use of TADs has deeply transformed our daily orthodontic practice, leading to a new protocols and simplified orthodontic biomechanics. Nowadays, TADs are an integral part of orthodontic treatment, especially of complex patients, providing and reliable anchorage and allowing the orthodontists to apply force system which often can not be applied efficiently with conventional mechanics. However the careful knowledge of the biomechanics and of the different types of movement, is still and indispensable element for an effective and efficient orthodontic treatment. Different AD sites to correct various malocclusions will be shown with sequential treatment.

 Introduction:

Recognizing the necessary anchorage, knowing how to obtain and maintain it during the treatment are certainly some of the fundamental points that lead to orthodontic success. For years orthodontists have applied complex systems and various devices to maintain the desired anchorage, sometimes only partially succeeding. Situations of absence of multiple dental elements or cases of compromised tooth support could sometimes make orthodontic treatment extremely complex, if not impossible. The introduction of Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs), safe devices and simple clinical use, has revolutionized the orthodontic world, simplifying otherwise very complex treatments,  and making possible treatments otherwise impossible. During the last fifteen years, the of TADs has deeply transformed our daily orthodontic practice, leading to new protocols and simplified orthodontic biomechanics. Nowadays, TADs are an integral part of orthodontic treatment, especially of complex patients, providing a reliable anchorage and allowing orthodontists to apply force system which often can not be applied efficiently with conventional mechanics. However, the careful knowledge of the biomechanics and of the different types of movement, according to the point of application of the forces, of the bone and periodontal support, is still an indispensable element for an effective and efficient orthodontic treatment, Indeed, biomechanics principles are ever more important in designing appliances to deliver predictable force system.

Hence, whilst it is of primary importance to know which sites can be preferred for the insertion of TADs. according to the desired movements, on the other hand it is essential to know what kind of movement we will obtain, if it represents what we want or if and how it is possible to optimize it.

 Learning Objectives:
  1. To learn the features of TADs and the clinical insertion protocols.
  2. Identify the optimal sites for insertion of TAD and its bone characteristics.
  3. To learn biomechanics application with the use of TADs and skeletal anchorage.
  4. To learn management of complex malocclusions with TADs.
  5. To learn application of TADs for contemporary treatment modalities

Who should attend?

  • General Practitioners
  • Specialists
  • Dental Students

 

Course Outline:

09:00 – 10:30 | Lecture: Management of Midlines and Asymmetric Molars
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 13:00 | Lecture: Upper and Lower Molar Mesialization
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 | Lecture: Management of Openbites
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break

16:00 – 17:30 | Lecture: Distalization

 Speaker Biography:

Prof. Dr. Ravindra Nanda, has been a leading Orthodontic Educator over the last five decades. He has innovated various orthodontic appliances, has conducted cutting edge research to enhance our profession and continues work on ways to speed orthodontic treatment. He has authored more than 250 articles and seven text books.

He is Editor in Chief, Progress in Orthodontics, Professor Emeritus, Department of Craniofacial Sciences Division of Orthodontics, University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine Farmington.

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