Miniscrews & Anchorage in Modern Orthodontics

13.10.2017, London, UK

Cortical Anchorage Course. The Complete System for Cortical Anchorage.

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Information

Speaker

Iodice, Giorgio

Date

13.10.2017 - 14.10.2017

Time range

Course number

Target group

Orthodontists

Price

Per Participant: 649,00 £ (plus VAT)

Location

London

Aims of the course Anchorage: The enemy or friend that we have to deal with every day during our clinical practice.

To recognise the need for anchorage and to know how to obtain and maintain it during treatment are the key points that lead to orthodontic success. For years, orthodontists have applied complex systems and various appliances for anchorage, sometimes only succeeding in part.

The absence of multiple teeth or bone loss can sometimes make orthodontic treatment extremely complex, if not impossible. The introduction of Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) has revolutionized the orthodontic world, simplifying otherwise complex treatments and making impossible treatments possible.

Like other innovative procedures, the application of TADs can be initially rejected by the clinician, who may consider it complex and unnecessary. The course is intended to illustrate the advantages and disadvantages of TADs, their features and benefits, simple clinical procedures, as well as the possible risks and complications. Our goal will be to increase the knowledge and confidence of the clinical application of TADs, through the analysis of different clinical situations, as well as by applying TADs on blocks of synthetic bone.


Course Programme 1st day
Theory:
• Anchorage in orthodontics
• Skeletal anchorage in orthodontics
• Clinical indications for use of TADs in orthodontics
• TADs Features and benefits
• Choosing the ideal site and the type of TADs
• Clinical Procedures
• Risks and Complications
• Clinical show cases as examples of the different clinical situations
• Auxiliary systems on TADs

Practical:
• Clinical show cases as examples of the different clinical situations
• TADS insertion on blocks of synthetic bone.

2nd day
• Systems with skeletal palatal anchorage: Ortho Easy Pal
• Clinical show cases as examples of the different clinical situations

Booking request

Course fee (plus VAT)
Per Participant: 649,00 £

Seats available

Booking request

Course fee (plus VAT)
Per Participant: 649,00 £

Seats available

  • Information

    Information

    Speaker

    Iodice, Giorgio

    Date

    13.10.2017 - 14.10.2017

    Time range

    Course number

    Target group

    Orthodontists

    Price

    Per Participant: 649,00 £ (plus VAT)

    Location

    London

  • Content

    Aims of the course

    Anchorage: The enemy or friend that we have to deal with every day during our clinical practice.

    To recognise the need for anchorage and to know how to obtain and maintain it during treatment are the key points that lead to orthodontic success. For years, orthodontists have applied complex systems and various appliances for anchorage, sometimes only succeeding in part.

    The absence of multiple teeth or bone loss can sometimes make orthodontic treatment extremely complex, if not impossible. The introduction of Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) has revolutionized the orthodontic world, simplifying otherwise complex treatments and making impossible treatments possible.

    Like other innovative procedures, the application of TADs can be initially rejected by the clinician, who may consider it complex and unnecessary. The course is intended to illustrate the advantages and disadvantages of TADs, their features and benefits, simple clinical procedures, as well as the possible risks and complications. Our goal will be to increase the knowledge and confidence of the clinical application of TADs, through the analysis of different clinical situations, as well as by applying TADs on blocks of synthetic bone.


    Course Programme

    1st day
    Theory:
    • Anchorage in orthodontics
    • Skeletal anchorage in orthodontics
    • Clinical indications for use of TADs in orthodontics
    • TADs Features and benefits
    • Choosing the ideal site and the type of TADs
    • Clinical Procedures
    • Risks and Complications
    • Clinical show cases as examples of the different clinical situations
    • Auxiliary systems on TADs

    Practical:
    • Clinical show cases as examples of the different clinical situations
    • TADS insertion on blocks of synthetic bone.

    2nd day
    • Systems with skeletal palatal anchorage: Ortho Easy Pal
    • Clinical show cases as examples of the different clinical situations