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ProgramWebinar David Suarez
a. History. From the Angle and Tweed paradigm to Damon paradigm.
b. Fastbraces or fastwires?
c. Clinical evaluation and criteria to take a decision.
d. How to diminish the number of extractions in your practice?
e. Dentoalveolar growth, quality of alloys and new bracket design.
f. Dental and skeletal expansion.
g. Control of the Friction tooth-by-tooth.
h. Mechanical Orthostripping. Protocols for you and me.
Graduate in Medicine. Faculty of Medicine. University of Santiago de Compostela, 1983. Graduate in Dental Medicine (Stomatology), University of Oviedo (Spain), 1985.
PhD in Medicine, University of Santiago de Compostela, 1985, Degree of Master in Orthodontics from University of Valencia, Spain. Chairman of Orthodontics, Department of Stomatology since 1994 and Director of the Masters Programme of Orthodontics since 1996 at the University of Santiago de Compostela.
Grants: 12 awards and professional honours.
Awards: ‘Rodriguez Abaitua’ of the Royal Medicine Academy of Spain. Research award of the Spanish Dental Council (Consejo General de Odontólogos y Estomatólogos de España). Scientific and/or clinical adviser of the: Spain and Galicia Government, Spanish Dental Council, Spanish Dental Foundation, etc.
Member of the EOS, SEDO, WFO, International College of Dentists, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, and founding Member of different Spanish orthodontic societies (ONO, AESOR, etc) and on the editorial board of five dental/orthodontic journals.
Author or co-author of 14 dental and orthodontic textbooks, 110 orthodontic articles and 145 Congress papers and posters.
The online course of a legendary orthodontist from Spain - David Suarez! The doctor has more than 25 years of clinical orthodontic experience and conducts researches in the field of orthodontics and dentoalveolar growth.
It worth learning from this doctor!
Doctor Suarez will talk about the following topics in the online course:
- expansion or extraction in orthodontics: what and when to choose
- arch wires and alloys
- treatment of deep bite: techniques & biomechanics
- digital orthodontics