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CAD/CAM & Digital Dentistry Conference
Digital Orthodontics Symposium
Dental Technician International Meeting
Hands-On Courses

Digital Orthodontics Symposium
(04 May 2018)


Digital Orthodontics Round Table Trainings
(05 May 2018)



Dr. Francesco Garino
Dr. Francesco Garino, Italy
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    • M.D. degree University of Torino
    • Ortho specialist Universiy of Padova
    • EBO certified (European Board of Orthodontics)
    • SIDO ordinary member
    • Member American Association of Orthodontics(AAO), European Society of Orthodontics(EOS), European Society of Lingual Orthodontics(ESLO), Fellow WFO
    • President elect European Aligner Society 2018-2019
    • Chief Dental Officer Winter Olympic Games Turin 2006
    • Author of more then 70 articles both on italian and foreign journals
    • Speaker in congress in Europe, Middle East e USA
    • Clinical interest aimed toward self ligating systems, early treatments, digital technologies, treatments with aligners, intraoral scanners and 3D printing
    • Member of European Advisory board Align technology
    • Member International Steering board Align technology
    • Speaker Align technology since 2008
  • Lecture 1: The Digital Revolution with Intraoral Scanner
    Abstract:
    This presentation will introduce all benefits of the use of intraoral scanners in a modern orthodontic practice. Within this presentation Dr Garino will share his experience on how he introduced intraoral scanning in his orthodontic practice 8 years ago, which are the strong points on using a scanner in a modern orthodontic practice, which were and are the challenges in the learning curve and how the workflow changed over the time. The speaker will share which are the procedures were an intraoral scanner can replace the conventional procedures both in diagnostics and clinical steps.

    Clinical examples will be presented were it will be emphasized the importance of precision and where intraoral scanning can be more detailed if compared with conventional procedures. It will be presented also in which orthodontic techniques intraoral scanning are today integrated, both with fixed appliances and aligner orthodontics. A part of the presentation will be used to introduce the integration of intraoral scanning with 3D printing, one of the latest innovation in dentistry. Last but not least it will be explained how this digital technology can affect communication with patient during the different stages of the orthodontic experience.
  • Lecture 2: Clinical Applications of Intraoral Scanners in Orthodontics
    Abstract:
    The presentation will cover the most used scenarios where intraoral scanners have impacted daily practice in Orthodontist. Within this presentation Dr Garino will share his experience on how he introduced intraoral scanning in his orthodontic practice 8 years ago, which are the strong points on using a scanner in a modern orthodontic practice, which were and are the challenges in the learning curve and how the workflow changed over the time. The speaker will share which are the procedures were an intraoral scanner can replace the conventional procedures both in diagnostics and clinical steps.

    Clinical examples will be presented were it will be emphasized the importance of precision and where intraoral scanning can be more detailed if compared with conventional procedures. It will be presented also in which orthodontic techniques intraoral scanning are today integrated, both with fixed appliances and aligner orthodontics. A part of the presentation will be used to introduce the integration of intraoral scanning with 3D printing, one of the latest innovation in dentistry. Last but not least it will be explained how this digital technology can affect communication with patient during the different stages of the orthodontic experience.
Prof. Ross Hobson, UK
Prof. Ross Hobson, UK
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    Ross graduated from the University of Newcastle, has Fellowships from the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Glasgow, Edinburgh and England. His MDOrth is from the RCPS Glasgow). He was the first dentist to be awarded the prestigious Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy

    He has worked in Birmingham, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Sheffield dental schools. His specialist orthodontic training was completed in Dundee. From 1992 to 2009 he was at University of Newcastle upon Tyne, as Senior lecturer/Consultant, Head of Department and the MSc/ Specialist training program in orthodontics. He has published over 60 refereed articles on Orthodontics, hypodontia, dental materials and education.
    He was Chair of CCDAS (the BDA academic committee) and a member of the BDA Executive Board from 2004-2008. He was awarded the BDA Fellowship in recognition of his work for the profession in 2010.

    Ross resigned from Newcastle Dental School in April 2009 to establish Windmill Dental Suite, the NE of England’s first private multi disciplinary specialist practice. In 2012 he and his partners established Windmill Orthodontic Group with 7 practices across the North of England. He was appointed to the Chair in Orthodontics at UClan in 2012 to develop part time specialist orthodontic training in primary care. In 2011 he and Lester Ellman launched Oralign Ltd. Ross left Oralign and joined IAS Academy in 2015 where he is training director. His passion is making orthodontics simple and accessible to everyone.

    In his spare time Ross is an international yachtsman, holding a number of major race wins and records including the Scottish Islands Peaks Race, 2 handed Round Britain and Ireland Race, The Transat Jacques Vabre Race, Plymouth to La Rochelle Cross Channel World record and the Bermuda to UK Transatlantic World Record.
  • Lecture: Improving Planning and Predictability Using Digital Workflows in Ortho-restorative Cases
    Synopsis/abstract:
    Digital smile design and planning is a fast growing area of both cosmetic density and orthodontics and with increasingly IT literate patients it is essential that clinicians use digital planning to the full potential and also use the technologies to improve efficiency of their workflow. In addition, digital technologies can be used to assist and guide the patient in making informed decisions based upon greater accuracy of the predicted outcome.
    The lecture will explain and demonstrate how digital planning combined with an integrated digital workflow between clinician, laboratory and patient work in practice results in efficiencies in both time and cost.

    Objectives:
    1. To understand the currents state of digital planning in orthodontics and restorative dentistry
    2. To understand how the use of a workflow between clinician and laboratory enables greater predictability of treatment outcome
    3. Realise the importance of using digital technologies in helping patient understanding of treatment outcome
    4. Be able to make use of digital workflow in patient management and hence improve predictability of outcome
Dr. Khaled Hazem Attia, Egypt
Dr. Khaled Hazem Attia, Egypt
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    B.D.S. Of Oral Surgery: Faculty of oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University. May 1991.
    M.D.S. Of Orthodontics: Faculty of oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University, April 1996.
    Ph.D. Of Orthodontics: Faculty of oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University. March 2000
    Professor of Orthodontics: Faculty of oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University. July 2011
    Visitor Professor of Orthodontics Faculty of oral and Dental Medicine, Future University.
    Lecturer in accredited program for Morth Edinburgh
    AAO Ambassador from 2014
    International member of AAO
    International member of WFO
    International member of SIDO

    Publications:

    - Are self-ligating brackets' slots dimensions accurate?
    Accepted for publication on 2017 in International Orthodontics Journal Publication of the European college of Orthodontics.

    - Impact of age, gender, profession and marital status on 3d facial perception
    Dental, Oral and Craniofacial Research, 2016 3(1), 1-7.

    - Three-dimensional effects of the mini-implant–anchored Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device: A randomized controlled trial
    The Angle Orthodontist, 2016, 86(2),292-305.

    - Comparison of patient acceptance of the Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device with and without mini-implant anchorage: A randomized controlled trial
    American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 2015, 148(5), 755-764.

    - Achieving Early Bond Strength: A Solution
    Orthodontic Update, 2012, 5(4), 122-124.

    - Three-dimensional dental measurements: An alternative to plaster models
    American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 2010, 137(2), 259-265.

    - Accuracy of cone beam-derived lateral cephalometric radiographs.
    Egyptian orthodontic journal 2010, 37: 25-35.

    - Comparison between the effect of lingual and labial appliances on patients discomfort during 3 months of treatment.
    Egyptian dental journal 2010, 56: 2135-2144

    - Soft tissue cephalometrics: an overdue evaluation
    World journal of orthodontics 10(4):301-4 · December 2009.

    - Loss of anchorage of miniscrews: A 3-dimensional assessment
    American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 2009, 136(5), 700-707.

    - Comparison of dentofacial cephalometric measurments with digital versus conventional cephalometric analysis
    Egyptian dental journal Jan 2009, 55 : 2529-2536.

    - Prevalence of Mouth Breathing as etiologic factors of malocclusion in a group of Egyptian School Children
    Egyptian dental journal 52(2):703-6 · April 2006.

    - The effect of variation in base design on the bond strength of orthodontic brackets
    Egyptian dental journal 52(1):435 · January 2006

    - Salivary ph in orthodontic and non-orthodontic patients
    Egyptian dental journal 51(2):719 · January 2005.

    - Evaluation of the best fit commercially available customized memory wires arch form for the Egyptian adults group
    Egyptian dental journal 49(2.2) · April 2003.

    - A comparison of three different myofunctional appliances in the treatment of class ii division 1 malocclusions
    The European Journal of Orthodontics 24(5):533 · October 2002.
  • Lecture: The Role of CBCT in Evaluating Carriere® Motion Appliance
    Abstract:
    Class II malocclusions are amongst the most frequent treatment challenges facing orthodontists in their daily work. With the advent of the Sagittal First Philosophy, which was introduced by Dr. Luis Carriere, and the underlying Carriere® Motion 3D™ appliance an innovative, non-invasive concept is now available to effectively treat Class II cases.
    This appliance is designed to change a class II molar relation into a class I relation by distalizing the entire posterior segment from the canine to the first molar prior to any appliance be it fixed or removable is placed.
    The objective of this lecture is to focus on the treatment outcome and effectiveness of the Carriere® Motion 3D™ appliance drawing on different treatment modalities using cone beam CT.

    Objectives:
    Upon completion of the lecture the participants will:
    • Understand the Sagittal First philosophy, and how it benefits our patients.
    • Understand the advantages of an evidence-based approach to selecting the right appliance used in distalization.
    • Learn about the efficiencies of correcting Class II malocclusion using Carriere® Motion 3D™ appliance.
    • Learn the exceptional clinical results combining Carriere® Motion 3D™ TAD’s
    • Gain knowledge of Carriere® Motion 3D™ treatment results using the CBCT
  • Round Table Trainings: Self- Ligating Brackets: Indirect Bonding from A to Z
    Abstract:
    Clinical researchers indicated that the positioning of self-ligating brackets was less accurate than the conventional bracket when using a direct bonding technique. So, Indirect bonding could be our choice to solve this issue. Indirect bonding is the single most important step in orthodontic treatment. Not only does it improve final tooth positioning, but it also shortens treatment time. This is because it greatly reduces the need for bracket repositioning and addition of finishing bends. So, you will say Goodbye to direct bonding, to prolonged finishing phase and extended treatment time, to bracket repositioning.

    Objectives:
    Upon completion of the workshop the participants will:
    • Determine proper self-ligating brackets positions.
    • Learn a simple and reliable indirect bonding technique.
    • Learn how to make a transfer tray.
    • Learn how to apply the technique chair side with maximum efficiency.
    • Know the use of the new era 3D digital models in indirect bonding.
Dr. Amar Benaddi, France
Dr. Amar Benaddi, France
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    Dr Amar Benaddi has been a practising stomatologist with his own clinic in France for over 20 years. He has always been attracted by the innovations in 3D technologies related to the medical and dental field. In 2004 he patented a method to use radiological data of a patient to design and produce digitally prosthetics. In 2013 he patented a new concept in orthodontics; patient specific individual brackets and computer derived generation of a new arch. He is now using his unique patented methodologies to significantly improve the standard of orthodontic treatment for his patients today. Dr Bennaddi has also given lectures in Europe, Africa and Eastern countries.
  • Lecture: Introduction to a New 3D Concept in Vestibular Orthodontic Treatment Thanks to the Innovations in Materials and Digital Tools
    Abstract:
    The aim of this presentation is to introduce this new 3D concept, to make the comparison with the traditional vestibular treatment, to indicate the advantages, the limits and the dentists profile abilited to manage this new treatment, to show the different steps of the treatment: all this due to the digital innovations applied in the dental wold making this treatment short, painless and predicable.

    Objectives:
    • Understand this new 3D concept in vestibular orthodontic treatment.
    • Understand the benefits for the general practitioner in his daily practice.
    • Describe the advantages for the patents.
    • Describe how to manage the cases indicated.
    • Showing how the digital 3D tools and the industrials devices are used.
  • Round Table Trainings: Introduction to a New 3D Concept in Vestibular Orthodontic Treatment Thanks to the Innovations in Materials and Digital Tools
Dr. Jaswinder Gill
Dr. Jaswinder Gill, UK
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    Dr Jaswinder Gill graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from Kings College Dental School, London in 1995. He then joined a general practice in London, before opening his own practice - Moonlight Dental Surgery - in Slough UK, in 2006. Shortly afterwards, he added a further two general practices under the Moonlight Dental brand, offering comprehensive treatments and an in-house pharmacy.
    Dr Gill is currently one of only three Clinical Instructors for Six Month Smiles in the UK. He has also completed the Invisalign course and the IAS Advanced Course to deliver comprehensive orthodontics, and is a Platinum provider for both Six Month Smiles and Invisalign.
    In 2017, Dr Gill developed his own course, 'Orthodontic CQC’, designed to help providers of Short-Term Ortho perform more high quality cases with confidence. He also moved to the digital workflow using the Carestream Dental CS 3600 intraoral scanner and is now a UK clinical lead.
  • Lecture: How to increase case acceptance with the digital workflow
  • Round Table Trainings: Orthodontic Confidence & Quality Cases, CBCT in Orthodontics
Dr. Naif Almosa, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Naif Almosa, Saudi Arabia - Chairman
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    Dr. Almosa accomplished a combined program of postgraduate orthodontic education and PhD degree at Odontologen, Sahlgrenska Academy, Göteborg, Sweden. He graduated in July 2012 with a Certificate in Orthodontics and completed his PhD degree in the field of Orthodontics and Cariology on May 2014. Following his graduation, Dr. Almosa joined the Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics at the College of Dentistry, King Saud University, where he currently serves as a full-time faculty in the Orthodontic Division. At the College, he is involved in teaching both undergraduate, postgraduate students and in research. In 2014, he was appointed as Director of Internship Program in addition to his fulltime academic appointment. His 2-year term as the Program Director has been extended until July 2017. Currently, Dr. Almosa is the Chairman of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics department.



Round Table Trainings - SATURDAY 05 MAY 2018
EXHIBITION AREA
(COMPANY DEMONSTRATIONS)

Round Table Trainings


TABLE 1

Turgay Guelal,
UAE



iTero Intraoral Scanner
Full Digital Solution.
Unlock your practice potential



(10 Seats Available)

Session A 10:30 - 12:00
Session B 12:00 - 13:30
Session C 14:15 - 15:45
Session D 15:45 - 17:15


TABLE 2

Dr. Khaled Hazem Attia,
Egypt




Self- Ligating Brackets:
Indirect Bonding from
A to Z



(10 Seats Available)

Session A 10:30 - 12:00
Session B 12:00 - 13:30
Session C 14:15 - 15:45
Session D 15:45 - 17:15


TABLE 3

Dr. Amar Benaddi,
France




Introduction to a
New 3D Concept in
Vestibular Orthodontic
Treatment...


(10 Seats Available)

Session A No Session
Session B 12:00 - 13:30
Session C 14:15 - 15:45
Session D 15:45 - 17:15
Session E 17:15 - 18:30


TABLE 4

Dr. Jaswinder Gill,
UK




Orthodontic Confidence &
Quality Cases, CBCT in
Orthodontics



(10 Seats Available)

Session A 10:30 - 12:00
Session B 12:00 - 13:30
Session C 14:15 - 15:45
Session D 15:45 - 17:15

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