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Online course on orthodontics: OrthoEvolution 3.0

1 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0: Retention and Relapse in Orthodontics
2 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0. Vertical Control with TADs: Etiology and Treatment Modalities of Anterior Open Bite and Relapse
3 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0: Hemimandibular hyperplasy and facial asymmetry
4 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0: Root Resorption Associated With Orthodontic Tooth Movement
5 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0. Class III dental compensation with miniplates: what did I learn in 20 years?
6 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0. Progressive/Idiopathic Condylar Resorption: Case Reports. Management of unsalvageable TMJ
7 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0. Anterior Open Bite Correction: Surgery vs. TADs
8 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0: Orthodontic Retention with clear plastic retainers – what you need to know
9 Вебинар OrthoEvolution 3.0: Complex space closure of missing teeth with TADs
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- Discuss how to prepare for the new ABO Scenario-based Oral Clinical Examination in diagnosis and treatment planning, treatment implementation and management, and critical analysis and outcomes assessment in AOB cases;
- Identify clinical situations in which CBCT imaging and TADs would be beneficial in AOB correction;
- Understand clinical applications and biomechanical considerations of orthognathic surgery vs. TADs in challenging AOB cases

Anterior open bite (AOB) can be corrected by orthognathic surgery or orthodontic treatment.  Severe skeletal, facial, and functional problems should be corrected by orthognathic surgery, but combining cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) and temporary anchorage devices (TADs) provides an efficient and accurate way to correct AOB. Nowadays, by using TADs, we can expand orthodontic boundaries. In this lecture, various clinical applications of TADs and orthognathic surgery will be discussed in challenging AOB cases along with the new American Board of Orthodontics (ABO) Scenario-based Oral Clinical Examination domains. After the lecture, clinicians will be able to treat and finish anterior open bite cases more efficiently and successfully while minimizing the chance of relapse.

Jae Hyun Park

Professor and Chair of the Postgraduate Orthodontic Program at the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health.

Diplomate of and Examiner for the American Board of Orthodontics (ABO).

Has received several awards for scientific and clinical excellence including the Charley Schultz Award (1st Place Winner in the Scientific Category at the Orthodontic Resident Scholars Program) and the Joseph E. Johnson Award (1st Place Winner at the AAO Table Clinic Competition) from the AAO. 

He has published more than 230 scientific and clinical articles in peer-reviewed orthodontic and dental journals including five cover pages in the AJO-DO, three cover pages in the JCO, three books, and 22 book chapters.

He lectures nationally and internationally and represented the AAO at the 2018 ADA Annual Session where he presented a 3-hour lecture.

Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists (PCSO) Bulletin, Past President of the Arizona State Orthodontic Association, and Thesis Committee Co-Chair of Northern California Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists.

He also works for the NBDE Part II Ortho-Pediatric Dentistry/ADAT Test Construction Committee and CODA Site Visitor. Recently, he was also appointed as the 2021 Scientific Program Chair at the College of Diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontics (CDABO) annual meeting.

He was recently appointed to replace Dr. Steven Dugoni as the ABO Director representing the PCSO. He will be the ABO President in 2024.

ДАННЫЙ ВЕБИНАР ЯВЛЯЕТСЯ ЧАСТЬЮ КУРСА Online course on orthodontics: OrthoEvolution 3.0