SEPTEMBER 14, 2019

Inverse concepts
in orthodontic treatment:
«general orthodontics
VS. MEAW orthodontics»

2 webinars Jeong-IL Kim

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Program
2 WEBINARS

Date

September 14

Time

09:00 - 10:30 and 11:00 - 12:30 Program for all 3 webinars

1. Genetic origin vs epigenetic and environmental origin;
2. Symptomatic treatment vs root cause treatment;
3. Focused on sagittal dimension vs focused on vertical dimension;
4. Cephalometric esthetic analysis vs cephalometric functional analysis;
5. Lower incisor centered treatment vs upper incisor centered treatment;
6. Anterior discrepancy vs posterior discrepancy;
7. Premolar extraction vs 3rd molar extraction;

8. Orthognathic surgery vs very little orthognathic surgery;
9. Heavy force vs light force;
10. Mechanical vs biological;
11. Aesthetic vs functional and aesthetic;
12. Tooth centered treatment vs joint centered treatment;
13. Static occlusion vs dynamic occlusion;
14. No reconstruction of occlusal plane vs reconstruction of occlusal plane;
15. Bruxism: abnormal function vs bruxism: normal function;
16. Orthodontic treatment without considering bruxism vs orthodontic treatment with considering bruxism;
17. Longer treatment time vs short treatment time;
18. Often have built-in instability vs very stable;
19. Routine orthodontic treatment vs individualized orthodontic treatment;
20. Mainly antero-posterior tooth movement vs 3 dimensional tooth movement;

8. Orthognathic surgery vs very little orthognathic surgery;
9. Heavy force vs light force;
10. Mechanical vs biological;
11. Aesthetic vs functional and aesthetic;
12. Tooth centered treatment vs joint centered treatment;
13. Static occlusion vs dynamic occlusion;
14. No reconstruction of occlusal plane vs reconstruction of occlusal plane;
15. Bruxism: abnormal function vs bruxism: normal function;
16. Orthodontic treatment without considering bruxism vs orthodontic treatment with considering bruxism;
17. Longer treatment time vs short treatment time;
18. Often have built-in instability vs very stable;
19. Routine orthodontic treatment vs individualized orthodontic treatment;
20. Mainly antero-posterior tooth movement vs 3 dimensional tooth movement;

Lecturer:

Jeong-IL Kim
DDS, PhD
Head of the Kooalldam Dental Clinic, Incheon, Korea.
Thesis defense at the orthodontic school Kanagawa dental University (KDU), Japan.
Adjunct Professor, Seoul National University Dental College (SNUDC), Korea
Professor, Korea University Graduate School of Clinical Dentistry, Korea.
Curator of educational programs, Korean Academy of Orthodontics.
WEBINARS JEONG-IL KIM
ARE HELD WITHIN THE CONGRESS OF ORTHODONTICS
IN PARIS:

- 12 webinars
- 5 lecturers
- 3 days of the online course
- panel discussion
- simultaneous interpretation from Leonid Emdin

Program September 13-15
Jeong-Il Kim
Jeong-IL
Kim
— DATESeptember 13-15 — TIME To be specified — TOPIC

Inverse concepts in orthodontic treatment: «general orthodontics vs. meaw orthodontics».

— ABOUT THE LECTURER

DDS, PhD

Head of the Kooalldam Dental Clinic, Incheon, Korea.

Thesis defense at the orthodontic school Kanagawa dental University (KDU), Japan.

Adjunct Professor, Seoul National University Dental College (SNUDC), Korea

Professor, Korea University Graduate School of Clinical Dentistry, Korea.

Curator of educational programs, Korean Academy of Orthodontics.

Program
 Giorgio Fiorelli
Giorgio
Fiorelli
— DATESeptember 13-15 — TIME To be specified — TOPIC

Limits and inconsistencies of standard orthodontic mechanics and strategies to overcome them.

— ABOUT THE LECTURER

Creator of the software T3do and DMA for Orthodontic treatment planning and mechanics design.

Dr. Fiorelli obtained his medical, dental, and orthodontic postgraduate degrees at the University of Siena in Italy.

He has also co-published with Prof. Birte Melsen the “Biomechanics in Orthodontics” multimedia software.

His main professional interests are orthodontic biomechanics, use of computers within the orthodontic practice, segmented arch technique and adult orthodontic treatment.

Program
Daniela Storino
Daniela
Storino
— DATESeptember 13-15 — TIME To be specified — TOPIC

Common mistakes in the treatment of class II.

— ABOUT THE LECTURER

Orthodontics and Facial Orhtopedics Specialist.

PhD in Medical Sciences (Orthodontics and Facial Orhtopedics).

Member of the orthodontic society in Brazil, member of the World Orthodontics Federation.

Graduated as a dentist in 1995 at the the prestigious School of Dentistry of Piracicaba - UNICAMP, which is acknowledged as one of the best in Brazil and renowned for its excellence at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Latin America.

Went on to post graduate in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Sao Paulo - FOUSP / FUNDECTO.

Have been in private orthodontic practice since 2000, as well as being a course coordinator, instructor, and clinical professor for a mini-residency program in UPS as well as other Universities, including in other countries.

After some 10 years in practice, she decided that she wished to treat her son (a braquifacial skeletal Cl III without a face mask) as well as raise the level of excellence of her treatment and enrolled in various programs around the world in this pursuit. This journey led her to the courses in the USA, Taiwan, Korea, Germany, Colombia as well as the ones conducted by Professors Sadao Sato, Japan, and Rudolf Slavicek, Vienna, both giants in their respective disciplines.

She has lectured extensively all over the world, in private venues, International Orthodontic Meetings as well as at the prestigious Vienna School of Interdisciplinary Dentistry (VieSID), Vienna School of Medicine, where she is an instructor.

In her private practice in Brazil she has become renowned for treating the most difficult of malocclusions and disorders of the Craniomandibular system and is testimony to the dictum that we should be practising as Physicians of Occlusal Medicine of the Craniomandibular System.

She is proficient in GEAW (Gummetal edgewise archwire) technique which enable her to treat very complex malocclusions, many of which, most would have believed would have required surgery, as well as extra-alveolar TADs and MOPS (micro-osteoperforation) for bone remodeling and modeling.

Program
Birte Melsen
Birte
Melsen
— DATE September 13-15 — TIME To be specified — TOPIC

How to minimize errors and complications

— ABOUT THE LECTURER

Ex-President of European Orthodontic Society.

Received her Dental Degree in 1964 from Aarhus University in Aarhus, Denmark.

She has made significant contributions in the field of orthodontics.

Published about 350 papers in scientific journals on topics related to Anchorage (orthodontics) and adult orthodontics.

Program
Andre Horn
Andre
Horn
— DATESeptember 13-15 — TIME To be specified — TOPIC

Signs indicating for orthodontic treatment.

— ABOUT THE LECTURER

DDS-MS in Orthodontics Paris VII.

President French orthodontic Society

Intl. Member American Association of Orthodontists and WFO

French Board of Orthodontics

Member of orthodontics communities of France, Switzerland, Italy, Romania, Europe.

President Intl. Tweed Foundation for orthodontic research.

Specialization in dentofacial orthopedics.

Diploma in orthodontist Switzerland and France.

Honorary Professor Bucarest and Cluj Univ, Romania.

President European College of Orthodontics Intl. Member American Association of Orthodontists and WFO.

Instructor at the Tweed Intl. Course in Tucson AZ.

Edgewise course in Naples-Milan-Rome IT, Bucarest RO, Bruxelles UCB, Alexandria Egypt, Kiev, Moscow, Seoul, Morroco, Alger, Tunis.

Program
simultaneous interpretation
Panel
Discussion
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Actual questions about orthodontics in Modern Dentistry.

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Inverse concepts in orthodontic treatment: «general orthodontics vs. meaw orthodontics». обновлено: Сентябрь 8, 2019 автором: Кристина Малышева
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