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GNATHOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS
Gnathological Instruments – Condylography, Articulator, Ceph, Chew, Brux & Co Minds to Improve Clinical Performance
DATUM: 23.06.2022
DAUER: 3 Days
ORT: Stuttgart
PREIS: 1485 € plus VAT
SPRACHE: English
MEHR

Gnathology celebrates its 100th birthday in the coming years. In 1924 the fathers of gnathology - B.B. McCollum and H. Stallard -defined the requirement for gnathological instruments and ways of thinking with the necessary improvement of the occlusal functions, especially the chewing function. At that time, gnathology was considered the basis for all other dental disciplines. 

 

From the beginning, instruments were core elements of gnathology; often, the mechanical component came to the fore. In the last decades, gnathology has increasingly been seen as the point of contact for craniomandibular dysfunction, although, interestingly, the acceptance of gnathological instruments drifted to the background at the same time. Today the use of these instruments is indispensable in oral rehabilitation. The applications go far beyond the diagnosis and therapy of dysfunctional complaints. 

 

In this seminar, the importance of gnathological instruments is explained in detail — furthermore, the correct application and use in the analog and the digital workflow.

Key notes:

Gnathological Instruments – a historical reflection

Condylography and hinge axis recording – the correct recording protocol

Understand condylographic data – fundamental and advanced analytics

The articulator – the central cardinal point in interdisciplinary dentistry

Programming the articulator – key to perfection in occlusal rehabilitation

Cephalometric analysis – a win-win all around

Testing occlusal functions – Chewing efficiency and Bruxing extent

Merging the diagnostic data – the convergence of diagnostics

Functional occlusion – insufficient, interfering, disturbing?

Using data from instruments to establish the treatment strategy

Objective and subjective diagnostic findings

Instruments to demonstrate the treatment success

 

Lecture:

Dr. Gregor Slavicek, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Eugenio Tanteri, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Anastasia Slavicek, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Giulia Tanteri, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

DT Massimiliano Veronese, M.Sc.; 

DT Florian Slavicek, B.Sc.
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The Seminar will be in English | The event will be held in compliance with applicable hygiene and distance regulations (2G regulation).

SPLINT
Oral Splints – State of the Art Minds to Improve Clinical Performance EN/RU (Sold OUT)
DATUM: 27.06.2022
DAUER: 3 Day´s
ORT: Istanbul
PREIS: 115 990 ₽
SPRACHE: English/Russian Translation
MEHR

Intraoral splints are tools that have become vital in up-to-date oral rehabilitation. Possible uses are stunningly diverse. The therapeutic range opens new therapeutic regimes in many dental fields, such as prosthodontics and orthodontics.

 

Systematic diagnostics and careful planning lead to the individual parameters of these therapeutic tools. Therefore, each intraoral splint is unique and a one-off creation for the individual patient. The prior determination of the expected therapeutic effect, the exact instructions of the patient, and the close and regular monitoring are crucial elements for the positive treatment response.

 

The seminar highlights the importance of the interim analysis at the end of a therapy phase. The possibility of a splint in determining the so-called therapeutic position leads to better confidence during all following treatment steps. The progress made with the splint therapy should not get lost. The correct use of a splint helps reduce treatment time and costs and makes oral rehabilitation predictable and without trouble.

Key notes:

 

Review of the literature on oral splints

Decision making: upper or lower splints? Which materials?

Over the counter devices

Splint design and splint fabrication in the articulator

Application rules and instruction to patients

Splint equilibration

Splints for verticalization in case of occlusal deficits

Splints in case of muscle hyperactivity

Splint in case of internal derangements of the TMJ: ADDwR and ADDwoR

Mandibular Re-positioning splints

When is a decompression strategy indicated?

Vertical and/or sagittal walking back strategies

Interim analysis - the correct procedure

 

Lecture:

Dr. Gregor Slavicek, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Giulia Tanteri, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Anastasia Slavicek, DDS, M.Sc.

DT. Massimilano Veronese, M.Sc.

 

GNATHOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS
Gnathological Instruments – Condylography, Articulator, Ceph, Chew, Brux & Co Minds to Improve Clinical Perform EN/RU
DATUM: 13.10.2022
DAUER: 3 Day´s
ORT: Istanbul
PREIS: 115 990 ₽ / 1485 €
SPRACHE: English/Russian Translation
MEHR

Gnathology celebrates its 100th birthday in the coming years. In 1924 the fathers of gnathology - B.B. McCollum and H. Stallard -defined the requirement for gnathological instruments and ways of thinking with the necessary improvement of the occlusal functions, especially the chewing function. At that time, gnathology was considered the basis for all other dental disciplines. 

 

From the beginning, instruments were core elements of gnathology; often, the mechanical component came to the fore. In the last decades, gnathology has increasingly been seen as the point of contact for craniomandibular dysfunction, although, interestingly, the acceptance of gnathological instruments drifted to the background at the same time. Today the use of these instruments is indispensable in oral rehabilitation. The applications go far beyond the diagnosis and therapy of dysfunctional complaints. 

 

In this seminar, the importance of gnathological instruments is explained in detail — furthermore, the correct application and use in the analog and the digital workflow.

 

Key notes:

 

Gnathological Instruments – a historical reflection

Condylography and hinge axis recording – the correct recording protocol

Understand condylographic data – fundamental and advanced analytics

The articulator – the central cardinal point in interdisciplinary dentistry

Programming the articulator – key to perfection in occlusal rehabilitation

Cephalometric analysis – a win-win all around

Testing occlusal functions – Chewing efficiency and Bruxing extent

Merging the diagnostic data – the convergence of diagnostics

Functional occlusion – insufficient, interfering, disturbing?

Using data from instruments to establish the treatment strategy

Objective and subjective diagnostic findings

Instruments to demonstrate the treatment success

 

Lecture:

Dr. Gregor Slavicek, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Eugenio Tanteri, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Anastasia Slavicek, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Giulia Tanteri, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

DT Massimiliano Veronese, M.Sc.; 

DT Florian Slavicek, B.Sc.

 

 

INTERDISCIPLINARY ORTHODONTICS
Interdisciplinary Orthodontics – best practice Minds to Improve Clinical Performance
DATUM: 20.10.2022
DAUER: 3 Days
ORT: Stuttgart
PREIS: 115 990 ₽
SPRACHE: English/Russian Translation
MEHR

Orthodontics plays a central role in interdisciplinary dentistry. The harmonization of the dental arches, the correct setting of the guide elements, and ensuring good interlocking are challenging tasks for orthodontics. 

 

Interdisciplinary cooperation manifests in diverse ways. A central task arises in closing the gaps between the disciplines. This collaboration ensures quality during the entire oral rehabilitation workflow. The functional parameters, taken into account by all those involved, play a central role. Comparable to a relay race, the interfaces are of central importance in adhering to the defined treatment strategy. Orthodontics is a highly diverse field. 

 

Orthodontists have to master many techniques to avoid wire-driven therapies. The harmonization of the dental arches, the correct setting of the guide elements, and ensuring good interlocking are challenging tasks for orthodontics. 

 

Orthodontics may use targeted and accurate interactions to influence the child‘s growth positively and support the mixed dentition development phases, which last several years. However, pre-prosthetic orthodontics also requires intensive interdisciplinary approaches. 

Key notes:

 

Principles of orthodontic 

The developmental phases of the chewing organ and the occlusion

Cephalometric orthodontic analytics

Denture frame

Principles of removable orthodontic techniques

Interceptive orthodontics 

Myofunctional diagnostic and therapeutic aspects

Principles of fixed orthodontic techniques

Lingual orthodontics

Multiloop-Edgewise-Arch-Wire

Tooth movement and anchorage

Pre-prosthetic orthodontics

Restorative measures after orthodontic treatments

 

Lecture:

Dr. Gregor Slavicek, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Dario D´Alessio, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Andrey Zhuk, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Anastasia Slavicek, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Carlotta Tanteri, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Liana Stripskaya, M.Sc.
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The Seminar will be held in English and translated into Russian | The event will be held in compliance with applicable hygiene and distance regulations (2G regulation).

INTERDISCIPLINARY ORTHODONTICS
Interdisciplinary Orthodontics – best practice Minds to Improve Clinical Performance
DATUM: 21.11.2022
DAUER: 3 Day´s
ORT: Istanbul
PREIS: 1485 € Plus VAT
SPRACHE: Deustch
MEHR

Orthodontics plays a central role in interdisciplinary dentistry. The harmonization of the dental arches, the correct setting of the guide elements, and ensuring good interlocking are challenging tasks for orthodontics. 

 

Interdisciplinary cooperation manifests in diverse ways. A central task arises in closing the gaps between the disciplines. This collaboration ensures quality during the entire oral rehabilitation workflow. The functional parameters, taken into account by all those involved, play a central role. Comparable to a relay race, the interfaces are of central importance in adhering to the defined treatment strategy. Orthodontics is a highly diverse field. 

 

Orthodontists have to master many techniques to avoid wire-driven therapies. The harmonization of the dental arches, the correct setting of the guide elements, and ensuring good interlocking are challenging tasks for orthodontics. 

 

Orthodontics may use targeted and accurate interactions to influence the child‘s growth positively and support the mixed dentition development phases, which last several years. However, pre-prosthetic orthodontics also requires intensive interdisciplinary approaches. 

 

Key notes:

 

Principles of orthodontic 

The developmental phases of the chewing organ and the occlusion

Cephalometric orthodontic analytics

Denture frame

Principles of removable orthodontic techniques

Interceptive orthodontics 

Myofunctional diagnostic and therapeutic aspects

Principles of fixed orthodontic techniques

Lingual orthodontics

Multiloop-Edgewise-Arch-Wire

Tooth movement and anchorage

Pre-prosthetic orthodontics

Restorative measures after orthodontic treatments

 

Lecture:

Dr. Gregor Slavicek, MD, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Dario D´Alessio, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Andrey Zhuk, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Anastasia Slavicek, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Carlotta Tanteri, DDS, M.Sc.; 

Dr. Liana Stripskaya, M.Sc.