The event will take place online as well as on the location (CAPP Training Institute) at the same time.
Temporary anchorage devices have become a mainstay of contemporary clinical practice offering guaranteed control of anchorage for both routine and complex tooth movements. This course will outline some of the more common TADs in use today and show placement from first principles. Anatomy of placement sites and advantages and disadvantages of these sites will be discussed. Simple direct and indirect mechanics will be shown to facilitate controlled anteroposterior tooth movements. Anterior open bite case management will be discussed. Hands On course will require the participants to practice placing TADs in different sites as well as work through the steps of making a miniscrew retained orthodontic appliance.
- Review the history, evolution, design, placement, and clinical use of TADs
- Understanding of how to incorporate TADs into treatment planning
- Understand the difference in mechanics required when utilizing direct versus indirect anchorage, and
- Practice the clinical skills to select, place, and utilize TADS in orthodontic treatment.
|09:00 – 09:55
||Introduction: What are TADs (Their history, design, specifications, instrumentation, and uses).
|09:55 – 10:00||Q&A and Break|
|10:00 – 10:55
||Anatomy Review and Tad Placement Clinical Scenarios - Anterior-Posterior Correction and Space Closure
|10:55 – 11:00||Q&A and Break
|11:00 – 11:55||Clinical Scenarios - Transverse Dimension correction
Clinical Scenarios - Vertical Dimension correction
|11:55 – 12:00||Q&A and Break
|12:00 – 13:00||Miniscrew Retained Appliances
Dealing with TADs Complications
Additional Uses of TADs
Final remarks and Q&A