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Join me for a summary looking at Dental Sleep Medicine and NICE guidelines. This summary describes obstructive sleep apnoea and the new guidelines of its management. There is a focus on the Mandibular Advancement Splint and the occlusal outcomes for patients using this appliance. This lecture was given by Professor Ama Johal. Ama is a member of the…
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontics with Steffen Decker Steffen is a leading lingual an aligner provider and a Kois recognised specialist. He has been a global advisor for 3M and is a key opinion leader for Align technology. We get to hear of Steffen’s story of how he came to use lingual appliances and aligners, his opinion on intercepti…
 
Join me for a summary of Björn Ludwig’s lecture exploring Miniscrew Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion (MARPE) and Surgically Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion (SARPE). Björn described how MARPE works, aspects of design and his clinical process. Effects of MARPE Parallel opening of suture 2mm greater at 6 region than RME (S/R Krusi 2019) Facial change…
 
Join me for a summary of Akram Alhuwaizi’s lecture on MARPE – Miniscrew assisted rapid palatal expansion. This summary explores MARPE from a clinical aspect, assessing the advantages and disadvantages, followed by a case discussion of success and failure, a discussion of MSE and lessons learned for designing MARPE.The full lecture is available on A…
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontics with Ravi Nanda Ravi is an authority in orthodontics, having authored 10 textbooks and published over 200 peer review publications, he is also the current editor-in-chief of Progress in Orthodontics We get to hear of Ravi’s story of how he came in to orthodontics, his drive to ask research questions an…
 
Join me for a summary of Madhur’s lecture on the biomechanics and aligners, where he describes the fundamentals biomechanics of aligners, explains the reason for the shortcomings of aligners and his tips to reduce them. How do aligner work? Two approaches Shape moulding effect – shape driven Move position of teeth to ideal Invisalign 80% through sh…
 
Join me for a summary of Dalia El-Bokle’s lecture looking at disarticulation, and how they can be utilised to correct malocclusions in 3 planes of space. In this summary a novel use of disarticulation is described for class 2 and class 3 correction. This lecture follows Dalia’s publication in the AJODO 2020. Definition: disocclusion by using bite t…
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontic, with video! Simon is an orthodontic innovator and contributor of research, based in private practice in Bern with a commitment to digital technology in orthodontics, having lectured 61 times on the topic. We get to hear of Simons’ story of how he came across digital technology in orthodontics and what …
 
Join me for Neal Kravitz’s lecture on canine substitution and the clinical management of it. Focusing on bracket selection and canine recontouring Case selection · 2 key factors o Profile o Mandibular crowding Bracket selection · Goal: o Canine substitution: § Reduce canine root prominence o Premolar substitution: § Hide palatal cusp o Molar interd…
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontic, with video! James is a private orthodontist from Perth Australia, a clinician with a passion to share, teach and learn. James has authored a chapter on 3D diagnosis and treatment planning and has 22,000 followers on Instagram with 625 posts relating to orthodontics on a variety of topics including biom…
 
Indications and application of minimum anchorage mechanics Vishnu Raj VIDEO NOW AVAILABLE : https://youtu.be/UMFlDdPCopY Join me for a summary of Vishnu Raj’s lecture looking at minimum anchorage mechanics, with a focus on utilising Burstone’s Geometries for a simple and effective way to manage anchorage, a well explained lecture with useful tips. …
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontic, Maz is a private practice orthodontist from Saint Louis, a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and a Key Opinion Leader for Align Technology We get to hear of Maz’s interest in aligners, his thoughts on aligners Vs fixed appliances, and on key opinion leaders in orthodontics. @mazmoshiri To…
 
Orthodontic treatment in stage IV periodontitis patients. Spyridon Papageorgiou. EFP Euro series Join me for a summary of the EFP’s lectures on periodontitis and orthodontic treatment. The orthodontic lecture was by Spyridon Papageorgiou and two lectures from periodontists, The topic explored related to stage IV periodontitis and orthodontics Stage…
 
ORTHODONTICS IN CONFERENCE Join me for DAY THREE of the BOC 2021. Day 3 covers 4 lectures; the lectures covered the following topics; Research, Chapman Prize 2021, Timing of functional appliances and Clinical Pearls · Searching for a needle in a haystack Kevin O’Brien · Chapman Prize 2021 - Orthodontic trials: Are we measuring the right things? Ali…
 
Join me for day TWO of the BOS 2021. Day 2 covers 5 lectures; Trauma and the orthodontic patient, periodontal management, impacted canines, orthognathic surgery, 2021 Northcroft lecture, Speakers: Susan Kindelan, Claire Rooney, Ian Dunn, John Scholey, Lucy Davenport-Jones, Johnathan Sandler Lectures covered 1. Paeds/trauma - what I wish I'd known S…
 
Join me for day one of the BOS 2021. Day one covers 5 lectures; research presentations, the Chapman prize looking at full or part-time functional appliances, retention and what’s new, paediatric orthodontic management and lingual appliances Speakers: Pratik Sharma Padhraig Fleming, Simon Littlewood, Sarah Good, Esfandiar Modjahedpour Individual lec…
 
Join me for a summary of Dalia El Bokle’s lecture exploring finishing in orthodontics. Part 3 focuses on digital indirect bonding, from scan to tray production Introduction Straight wire appliance – based on bracket placement will correct tooth in 3 planes of space · Not true – evidenced by finishing bends Ideal bracket placement through indirect b…
 
Join me for a summary of Dalia El Bokle’s lecture exploring finishing in orthodontics. Part 2 focuses on indirect bonding, a step by step process from model analysis to clinical delivery Mark position on models Intersection of horizontal and vertical lines · Posterior teeth o Vertical line: Long axis using OPG buccal, occlusal and lingual o Horizon…
 
Join me for a summary of Dalia El Bokle’s lecture exploring finishing in orthodontics. Part 1 focuses on bracket positioning concepts and Dalia’s own take to achieve more predictable ideal outcomes Current bracket positioning technique 1. Middle middle – middle vertically and horizontally (FA point) o Challenges § Accuracy = measure each tooth § If…
 
Join me as I summarise Mona Ghoussoub’s lecture looking at the excessive gingival display (EGD). Mona looked at the diagnosis and treatment of EGD, with a focus on aetiology leading to treatment method, effect of age, and input of multidisciplinary care for appropriate cases. Definition Kokich 1999, Machado 2014 · Negative effects = 4mm + gingival …
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontic, with video! ‘One to watch for 2022’ Grant Isherwood is a recently qualified orthodontist from 2019, Liverpool UK. He is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and qualified as a dentist in 2011. Grant has published some exceptionally high quality clinical cases on social media @dr.grant…
 
Join me for the summary of key lectures from the final day of this year’s American Association of Orthodontics Summer Meeting 10 key lectures are covered in this podcast from day 3 of the AAO meeting, on the topic of TADs, Carriere, Orthognathic surgery first, Skeletal TAD expansion, orthodontic uncertainty Speakers:Jay Bowman, Kevin O’Brien, Luis …
 
AAO Virtual Annual Session June 2021 Day 2 Join me for the summary of key lectures from this year’s American Association of Orthodontics Summer Meeting 14 key lectures are covered in this podcast from day 2 of the AAO meeting, on the topic of Maxillary Skeletal Expansion, TADs, Bone plates, Carriere appliance, Digital Orthodontics, Phase 1 treatmen…
 
Join me for the summary of key lectures from this year’s American Association of Orthodontics Summer Meeting 13 key lectures are covered in this podcast from day 1 of the AAO meeting, on the topic of Aligners, TADs, Miniscrew assisted expansion MSE, Biomechanics, AOB, 3D Metal printing, aging dentition, Forsus Speakers: Chris Chang, Won Moon, Ravi …
 
Join me as I summarise Ute Schneider’s lecture exploring early interceptive treatment. Part 1 explores signs of patients appropriate for interceptive treatment, the treatment options available with a focus on an adaptation of serial extractions which Ute is a proponent of. Signs of hereditary tooth size jaw discrepancy in the younger patient · Prem…
 
Invisalign: Virtual Orthodontic Summit 2021 Join me for the summary of key lectures from this year’s Invisalign UK Virtual Orthodontic Summit meeting 4 lectures are covered in this podcast on the topic of biomechanics and aligners, using tuberosity TADs and troubleshooting with aligners Speakers: John Morton, Willy Dayan, Susana Palma, Graham Gardn…
 
Join me for the next interview in orthodontic. Kleber Meireles is a Professor in Orthodontics at the Instituto Prime Cursos, Salvador Brazil, he studied orthodontics at the HRAC/Centrinho University Sao Paulo Brazil. He is a visual educator in orthodontics with 500 + videos in orthodontics We get to hear of Kleber’s commitment to education leading …
 
Join me as I summarise Pater Miles lecture exploring myofunctional appliances and the literature of the appliance Claims by some manufacturers of myofunctional appliances: · incorrect breathing from 2 years of age · Incompetent lips & mouth breathing – aesthetic effects · Crooked teeth · Long face · Behavioural changes, tired / hyperactive Claimed …
 
In the second of two episodes, the AAO's The Special Council of Women Orthodontics (SCWO) continues to talk about self-care. Our second guest, life/nutrition coach Cassie Green is a self-proclaimed reformed workaholic. After leaving the corporate world, Cassie found herself as a small business owner who loved talking nutrition with her customers. I…
 
In the first of two episodes, the AAO's The Special Council of Women Orthodontics (SCWO) discusses self-care. In today's episode, Dr. Sherry Chesak of the Mayo Clinic details how a family crisis led her to meditation and being present. You'll find she approached the practice of meditation from a scientific perspective. Dr. Chesak is a Nurse Scienti…
 
Join me for the second interview of 2021 Adith is a Consultant and Assistant Professor in Orthodontics at the University of Puthisastra South Korea, adjunct faculty Professor Chennai India, Co-editor of Kieferorthopaedie journal (International Orthodontics). We get to hear of Adith’s journey into using TADs, his one piece of advice to all orthodont…
 
Join me as I describe Jassin Arnold’s lecture describing lower incisor extraction, its indications and management Why should we use it? o Reduces anchorage demand, entact posterior segments o Improve dental occlusion in a shorter time frame o Profile improves in mandibular protrusion cases Levin 1964 When should we use it? Systematic review Zhylich…
 
Join me for part 2 where we explore Mohammed’s rules on which teeth to extract, anchorage assessment and management, Bonding 2nd permanent molars, elastics and treatment planning adults Vs children Which to extract 4 or 5 o CAT-V principle § C: Clinical condition of the teeth § A: Anterior crowding: 8mm + extract the 4s, 8mm – 5s or 4s § T: Transve…
 
Join me for Mohammed Al Muzian’s rules in orthodontic practice Part 1 we will cover half of the 32 tips the following topics: Knowledge Vs confidence, space requirements and creation, IPR, expansion, inclination changes and treatment planning Knowledge Vs confidence · We tend to be overconfident at the beginning of our careers, and under-confident …
 
Join me as I summaries Kleber’s lecture on the use of intermaxillary elastics in orthodontics, topics of force magnitude, side effects and how to counter them, use of a sliding jig and stability are described. Force magnitude more important than the size of the elastics · Large variation forces used by orthodontists in Kurol 1996 · Use a gauge on e…
 
Join me as I interview Daniela Storino. Dainiela is dual trained in both pedodontics and orthodontics and has been in private practice for 21 years. She is a guest Professor at Vienna School (VieSID) and studied under Professor Sadao Sato and Dr. Rudolf Slavicek. She is an expert in craniofacial medicine and occlusal medicine. We get to hear Daniel…
 
Join me as I summarise day 3 of the Saudi Orthodontic Clear Aligner meeting, where class 2, class 3, Invisalign first and SLX aligners are discussed. NOTES FOR EACH LECTURE ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEBSITE WWW.ORTHOINSUMMARY.COM The following lectures are covered: 1. Biomechanical protocols and strategies for the correction of sagi…
 
Join me as I summarise day 2 of the Saudi Orthodontic Clear Aligner meeting, where basic biomechanics, in house aligners and aligner research is discussed. NOTES FOR EACH LECTURE ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE DESCRIPTION ON THE WEBSITE WWW.ORTHOINSUMMARY.COM The following lectures are covered: 1. Aligner orthodontics. from basic research to clinical appli…
 
Join me as I summarise the 1st day of the Saudi Orthodontic Clear Aligner meeting, where Mazyar Moshiri delivered a masterclass on biomechanics with aligners. Conclusions: · Attachment design: perpendicular to resultant force · Rotations: Place oblique attachment to counter intrusive force of aligner · Overcorrect torque, add mesial crown tip due t…
 
Join me as I summarise Kevin O’Brien’s lecture looking at class 2 treatment, and answering the question of early Vs late treatment and fixed Vs removable appliances. Kevin answered 3 main questions looking at systematic reviews: 1. Early Vs late treatment 2. Fixed Vs removable treatment 3. Patient relevant outcomes of Class 2 treatment 1. Early tre…
 
Join me as I summarise Roberto’s lecture looking at transpositions. Roberto describes 2 cases of true transpositions, treatment options, mechanics and methods of camouflage. Transposition: defined an anomaly in which 2 adjacent teeth have interchanged their position in the arch Peck 1993 Classification: 1995 by Peck and Peck 1. True transposition: …
 
Join me for part 2 of Adith’s lecture looking at the vertical dimension in orthodontics and its management. Part 2 looks at 6 cases with vertical management of impacted canines, the use of TADs including buccal shelf and infrazygomatic TADs. 4th case impacted canine · Avoid continuous archwire as it can cause: o Iatrogenic root resorption o If stub…
 
Join me for part 1 of Adith’s lecture looking at the vertical dimension in orthodontics and its management. Part 1 looks at 3 cases with vertical management through TADs, TPAs and a re-visit of the management of the Curve of Spee. 1st case TADs for extraction of 4s case · Without TADs can result in ‘bowing effect’ – extrusion of incisors and molars…
 
Join me as I interview Mohammed Almuzian, who has had over 35 scientific publications, 300,000+ downloads of his orthodontic notes, MOrth / board exam gold medalist , creator of Ortho PAR app.Mohammed discusses what led him to freely publish his orthodontic notes, what led him to carry out research into orthodontic expansion and Alt RAMEC.We get to…
 
Simon described the concept of ‘no retention’, the methodology and literature on the topic, with his expert option included. Conclusion · Controversial to not wear retainers · Simon still asks patients to wear retainers · Interproximal reduction helps but we don’t know why Classic study Riedel and Little · 10 years out of retention · 70% relapse – …
 
Join me for a summary of the day 3 lectures from this year’s virtual IOC. 10 lectures covering: aligners, miniplates, root resorption, occlusion and bruxism. Speakers: Benedict Wilmes, Hugo J.J. De Clerck, Anne Marie Kuijpers Jagtman, Ali H. Hassan, Zhihe Zhao, Carlalberta Verna, Glenn Sameshima, Ambra Michelotti, Shouichi Miyawaki, Mauro Farella I…
 
Join me for a summary of the day 2 lectures from this year’s virtual IOC. 9 lectures covering: Retention, accelerated tooth movement, Airway, OSA, Patient expectations Speakers: Padhraig Fleming, Martyn T. Cobourne, Carlos Flores Mir, Leslie A. Will, Won Moon, Juan M. Palomo, Seung Hak Baek, Steven j. Lindauer, Susan J. Cunningham Individual lectur…
 
Join me for a summary of the day 1 lectures from this year’s virtual IOC. 14 lectures covering: TADs, Facial aesthetics, Biomechanics, Class 2, Early treatment, Expansion, Impacted teeth, Self ligating brackets, Periodonics Speakers: Chris Chang, David Sarver, James Mcnamara, Ravindra Nanda, Junji Sugawara, Noriaki Yoshida, Lorenzo Franchi, Peter N…
 
Join me for part 2, where Jae Park describes how to plan either extrusion or intrusion movements, the key evidence around AOB closure and TADs, aligners and orthognathic surgery. Conclusion Resting tongue position is the main soft tissue factor. For increased LAFH, posterior intrusion with tads is indicated. Invisalign for mild AOBs, correction is …
 
Join me as I summarise Jay Park’s lecture looking at the anterior openbites and their management, with a focus on TADs, the good and the bad. Part 1 Soft tissue aetiology and controversy Dental-alveolar correction focus on posterior intrusion Theories of tongue aetiology and AOB · Tongue thrust = persistent visceral swallowing pattern for AOB Subte…
 
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