Die Seminare von Orehab Minds: Viel Wissen kompakt vermittelt
In unseren aufeinander abgestimmten Seminarangeboten erfahren Sie, wie Sie Ergebnisse und Fakten des Kaufunktionstests und der Digital Reports BRUX, CHEW, CEPH und CONDY in der Oralen Rehabilitation berücksichtigen und in Behandlungsprozessen einfließen lassen können. Die Erfüllung der personalisierten Medizin und die geforderte Patientenorientierung fordert ein geändertes, modernes Vorgehen. Denn Problemlösungsfähigkeit auf Basis individueller Befunde gewinnt überall an Bedeutung, wo individuelle Probleme behandelt werden.
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Die Seminare von Orehab Minds bieten Ihnen eine Vielfalt von fachlichen und wissenschaftlichen Angeboten, die Ihnen helfen die Digital Reports BRUX, CHEW, CEPH und CONDY noch effektiver in der Praxis einzusetzen. Getreu unserem Motto liegt auch hier der Fokus auf Zeitersparnis, Flexibilität und geringe Kosten bei gleichzeitig hohem Transfer von Wissen.
Nachfolgend finden Sie einen Überblick über alle anstehenden Seminare, Webinare und Curricula, sowie im zweiten Abschnitt eine sortierte Terminübersicht.
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The curriculum is clearly focused towards the interdisciplinary dental therapy of patients with a wide variety of demands, problems and wishes. It gives the participants a stable basis in oral rehabilitation and the restoration of occlusion. The knowledge can be immediately integrated into everyday practice. Regular case discussions - also online between the modules - support the implementation in the daily routine. Success in practice starts immediately after the first module and increases exponentially.
8 modules á 4 days in 3 sections over the course of 18 months.
Treatment planning is discussed already in the first module. To do this, it is necessary to fully grasp the patient's problems. The focus is not at all solely on dysfunctional patients. Each patient is systematically examined and the need for treatment can be derived from a problem list. The aim of every systematic assessment is to determine the treatment strategy. Only then the right tools, that appear most suitable for implementing the treatment strategy, can be selected. Section A consists of 3 modules and leads the participant through the necessary systematic diagnostics steps and consequently to the initial therapy with intraoral splints:
Module 1, : clinical functional analysis, models, articulator set up, preliminary occlusal analysis including the analysis of the occlusal functions, problem list and evaluation of the diagnostic findings including treatment planning.
Module 2, : Cephalometric analysis and condylography, extended occlusal analysis, supplementing the problem list and evaluating the diagnostic findings including treatment planning.
Module 3, : Detailed occlusal analysis, finalization of the problem list and final evaluation of the diagnostic findings including treatment planning; Planning of the initial therapy including splint therapy with individual splint design and targeted clinical application.
comprises 2 modules with the focus on final treatment planning and definition of the determinants of occlusion including occlusal design:
Module 4, : Interim analysis after initial therapy, determining the therapeutic position, transferring the therapeutic position to the articulator, defining the functional determining factor for oral rehabilitation and occlusal reconstruction
Module 5, : Final treatment planning including all functional parameters: vertical dimension, occlusal plane, Spee's curve, the individual occlusion concept (sequential with canine dominance according to R. Slavicek), diagnostic wax up (digital and analog), diagnostic set up, importance of Wilson's curve (s), sagittal condylar inclination and anterior and canine guidance, aesthetic planning.
comprises 3 modules and is entirely focused on definitive oral rehabilitation
Module 6, Interdisciplinary orthodontics, denture frame concept according to S. Sato, pre-prosthetic orthodontics, endodontics and implantology from the perspective of oral rehabilitation and occlusal functions
Module 7, : Oral rehabilitation with removable prosthetics and full dentures
Module 8, : Fixed prosthetics, minimally invasive technology, intraoral scan, analog and / or digital workflow
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.
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
Dr. Gregor Slavicek, MD, DDS, M.Sc.;
Dr. Anastasia Slavicek, DDS, M.Sc.;
DT Florian Slavicek, B.Sc.
The Seminar will be in English | The event will be held in compliance with applicable hygiene and distance regulations (2G regulation).
The challenges to dentistry in growing children are immense and begin with the in-depth knowledge of the developmental processes of the head, occlusion, and stomatognathic system. The developed craniomandibular functions pose a particular challenge.
The participant gets to know and understand the fundamental growth concepts of paramount researchers.
Age-appropriate diagnostics aim to identify deficits and deviations in development at an early stage. Participants will understand the appropriate diagnostic procedures in the different stages of development of the masticatory organ: deciduous dentition, early and late mixed dentition, and final development of the permanent dentition. Tutors with specialized knowledge present the possibility of targeted interventions to regulate growth. Participants have the opportunity to present their cases for discussion.
till 31st January 1980 euros
from 1st February 2190 euros
from 16th February 2390 euros
from 1st March 2590 euros
Special lectures deal with the development of the temporomandibular joint. The participants receive in-depth information on interdisciplinary aspects such as posture and posture problems, normal airways and possible deviations, trauma, and defects. The topic of interceptive orthodontics takes up a significant part of the seminar. After the seminar, you will return to your dental clinic with the good feeling of having acquired a deep understanding and knowledge of the developing chewing organ. The topic of interceptive orthodontics takes up a significant part of the seminar. You go home with the good feeling of having acquired a deep understanding and knowledge of the developing chewing organ.
- Development of the Stomatognathic Systems – Growth Concept (Broadbent, Enlow, Moss, Sassouni, Björk, Melsen, McNamara, Jarabak, Kim, Sato …)
- Developmental Stages of Occlusion – the newborn, deciduous dentition, early and late mixed dentition, the mature dentition
- Development of the Temporo-mandibular Joint
- Occlusal Plane and Denture Frame
- Interdisciplinary Aspects: Posture, Airways, Traumata, Defects
This short-term training program in three modules is a unique opportunity to learn significant facts on oral splints and become empowered by the critical information presented by the tutors.
The entirely redesigned format of the seminar allows an immediate successful transfer into clinical work. The implementation of oral splints is explained in three modules and demonstrated using current treatments.
The focus is on essential treatment indications frequently and regularly in daily practice: loss of vertical occlusal dimension, muscular dysfunction, patients in pain (muscles or TMJ), the displaced articular disk, and bruxing patients.
Success factors for state-of-the-art splint therapies are the correct and precise instructions of the patient on how to use the splint. The participants will understand the importance of exact prescriptions as an essential success factor. In addition, they will learn how to adapt and regularly control the splints as critical elements that are decisive for success or failure.
You will learn how to assess the progress during initial treatments and make the right decisions. After this seminar, your approach to many patients will change, and the splint will become an integrated treatment tool in your practice.
Development of the Stomatognathic Systems – Growth Concept (Broadbent, Enlow, Moss, Sassouni, Björk, Melsen, McNamara, Jarabak, Kim, Sato …)
Developmental Stages of Occlusion – the newborn, deciduous dentition, early and late mixed dentition, the mature dentition
Development of the Temporo-mandibular Joint
Occlusal Plane and Denture Frame
Interdisciplinary Aspects: Posture, Airways, Traumata, Defects
till 31st January 5994 euros
from 1st February 6494 euros
from 15th February 6994 euros
from 1st March 7494 euros
from 16th March 7994 euros
This new 3-day training for users of CADIAX Systems teaches how to use the multiple features offered by the software. It aims to build a fundamental understanding of the general principles of hinge axis recording.
The participants learn to gain and use insights from the different graphical presentations. In this training seminar, the participants learn how to combine their existing knowledge with the new-experienced tools and methods to use them more efficiently. In addition, they will know how to make the best diagnostics decisions on the dynamics of the TMJ and the stomatognathic system. Plus, how to make the multiple information comprehensible for the entire team and patients.
The workshops aim to lead participants in using all the provided data and graphs at the expert level.
By attending this seminar, you will gain unique understandings and enhance your knowledge about advanced digital condylography. Use the possibility of state-of-the-art data analyses that is not accessible to everyone. Identify areas they need to focus on in TMJ dysfunctions and pathologies. Integrate the available technology in your daily work.
The Coordinate System – CADIAX and the Articulator
The Recording Protocol – Initial Diagnostics, Follow Ups, Programming the Articulator
Free versus Guided Movements
Recording of Functional Movements: Speech, Bruxing, Chewing
Recording Positions – eCPM vs. CPM
Reference Position and Re-Fix
Recording with the Splint
Interpretation of Axis Movements
Interpretation of Time Curves
Interpretation of Translation-Rotation Curves
Interpretation of Tooth Kinetics