FINISHING IN ADULT COMPLEX CASES

I am proud to present Orthospringbreak, a special conference to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Italian Academy of Orthodontics, to be held in the beautiful and evocative city of Venice.
This year’s theme will be finishing in adults and complex cases – the greatest challenge for every orthodontist.
As in the first edition, this year the best speakers in the world have been invited to share with you their clinical and scientific knowhow on the topic.
I look forward to seeing you in Venice,

Luca Lombardo

President of the Italian Academy of Orthodontics 2018

SPEAKERS

DAVID SARVER

Meeting President

Finishing in adult complex cases

Interdisciplinary treatment has become a very important part of the practice of dentistry, and the possibilities for more inclusive approach to diagnosis and treatment have expanded at an exponential rate. What we can offer our patients now is so much more than occlusal correction. While patients may seek to correct her bite or other functional issues, the fact is that a great majority of patients are coming to our offices to enhance the appearance of their dentition, smile, and face. In this presentation, Dr. Sarver will cover the principles of facial and smile design, the tools available to us, and how to coordinate all the parts to maximize functional and aesthetic finishes.

A. DAVIDE MIRABELLA

Finishing in adult complex: The Art of Seeing and Knowing

Clinical experience and technical innovation allow the orthodontist to achieve predictable and satisfactory aesthetic/functional clinical outcomes. However, even the most experienced orthodontist sometimes is confronted with the treatment of peculiar types of patients such as adult complex cases the solution of which requires biological knowledge, a comprehensive diagnostic approach and synthesis ability from clinical insights and analytical skills.
Therefore, the optimal resolution of cases presenting periodontal, restorative, aesthetic and occlusal problems may be achieved only with the contribution of all dental specialties. Against this backdrop, orthodontic treatment should be carried out with the aim of enhancing the restorative and prosthodontic final results.
The aim of this lecture is twofold:
-discussing the diagnostic concept, the interactions among the dental specialists involved, and the clinical strategies that should be the common platform of knowledge shared by an up-to-date dental team;
-presenting guidelines on how to reach a good finishing as well as clinical protocols and strategies to be implemented during the final stage of treatment.

B. GIULIANO MAINO

Is there a way we can achieve predictable and excellent outcomes in our adult patients, even in complex cases?

Careful attention to aesthetic and functional outcomes is vital for quality finishing. This is especially true when treating complex cases in adults.
Here we discuss how best to manage the final stages of treatment in four different and particularly challenging clinical cases, featuring teeth that are beyond repair, ankylosed dentition, poorly positioned but osteointegrated implants, and borderline cases.
Topics such as diagnosis, digital technology and multidisciplinary dentistry will be explored with a view to achieving excellence and predictability of results, particularly in such complex cases.

UTE SCHNEIDER MOSER

Finishing?

Traditionally, a fixed orthodontic treatment is divided into a first alignment and leveling of the dental arches, followed by the so-called working phase and a subsequent finishing period, in order to obtain an ideal single tooth position and to optimize the functional occlusion.
Depending on the initial treatment plan, appliance selection, and last but not least patient compliance, the finishing phase can lead to a major increase of treatment duration and a loss of efficiency.
The author will explain the concept of “finishing starts day 1”, by thorough individualized treatment planning with particular attention to dental and smile esthetics, and subsequent comprehensive appliance management, in order to drastically reduce the time for classical finishing approaches.

CESARE LUZI

Italian Orthodontics Specialists Association (ASIO)

Finishing: is it necessary?

The finishing phase in orthodontic treatment can be considered often challenging and time consuming. Patient absolute compliance is often required by the use of inter-maxillary elastics or removable appliances without the patient himself seeing major changes or appreciating clear benefits during this phase. Following patient and parent pressure to remove appliances sometimes there is a will from the clinician’s side to give up at this point and debond before completing to optimal results. Up to what point should our treatments aim to a perfect finishing? Are we bound to achieve perfect or minimal results? In case of medical litigation what will the judge look at? Furthermore, will there be an increased post-treatment stability?  The presentation will aim to answer these questions.

MARCO ROSA

Orthodontic management of the periodontal tissues in the smile area

he lecture will show and discuss crucial details of the orthodontic management of the periodontal hard and soft tissue in the “smile area”: when teeth are missing and in cases of severe periodontal breakdown.
The role of the orthodontics will be specifically focused as an excellent way to remodel and regenerate periodontal tissues, as well as support the surgical regenerative procedures.
• Space closure or orthodontic implant-site development?
• How can orthodontics fix a recession?
• How can orthodontics grow a papilla?
• Intrusion or extrusion?
• Do reduced periodontal tissue react to orthodontic treatment in the same way than intact periodontal tissue?
• How to combine orthodontics and periodontal surgical procedures?
Orthodontics can be very effective, but finishing and clear guidelines in treatment planing are mandatory for long term success.

GIUSEPPE SCUZZO

The challenge of finishing in complex adult lingual cases

Adult orthodontic treatments are always a challenge, especially by using lingual orthodontic appliance. Most of the finishing problems can be anticipated and avoided following these steps: maintaining control over bracket positioning, settling the occlusion, and final detailing. Furthermore, frequently the adult orthodontic treatment is  just one component of a more complex situation that involves other dental disciplines. The presentation and discussion of complex clinical cases with several orthodontic problems will provide the know-how of management and application.

RENATO COCCONI

Hierarchy of Decisions in adult Complex cases: from the Smile to the Face

The  Treatment  of Adult Complex cases requires:
– Clear Goals coherent with the Chief Complaint of the Patient. Function and Esthetics will be the baseline of each treatment.
– A Skilled Team that can  properly perform, sharing the same vision of the problems to be resolved
– Protocols of Treatment that will be delivered respecting the Hierarchy of decisions; each component of the Team will be requested to get in control at different stages    of Treatment.
– The  Team and the Patient should share the responsability of the involved risks, costs and benefits.

BJORN ZACHRISSON

Science, practice and ethics in finishing adult orthodontic cases

The purpose of this lecture is to present a message to young orthodontists on the future of our profession based on my clinical and research experience. The following topics will be covered, and discussed from an ethical perspective:
– Esthetics in incisor display and smile design
– Reshaping teeth with deviating forms by grinding to create beautiful teeth, full interdental papillae and optimal connector areas
– How-to resolve crowding and narrow smiles in adults without using expansion
– Handling of severe periodontal complications in adult and elderly patients
– Limitation of failures with multistranded wire bonded retainers

VINCENT KOKICH JR

The Importance of Proper Communication and Treatment Planning on Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in the Complex Interdisciplinary Patient

As orthodontists, our goal should always be to achieve an ideal finished result, while creating the foundation necessary for our restorative colleagues to establish optimal function and esthetics utilizing the most conservative approach.  However this is often a challenging task in the complex dental patient.  Dr. Kokich will discuss why properly planning and sequencing treatment is the secret success for these complex dental patients.

PROGRAMME

Friday, 20 April 2018 - AIDOR FIRST CONGRESS DAY
8:30- 9:30 Participant registration

Work opening

9:30 – 10:00

Finishing in adult complex cases

Speaker: David Sarver Meeting President

10:00 – 11:00

11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK

Finishing in adult complex cases: The Art of Seeing and Knowing

Speaker: Davide Mirabella

11:30 – 12:30

Is there a way we can achieve predictable and excellent outcomes in our adult patients, even in complex cases?

Speaker: B. Giuliano Maino

12:30 – 13:30

13:30-14:30 LUNCH

Finishing?

Speaker: Ute Schneider Moser

14:30 – 15:30

Italian Orthodontics Specialists Association (ASIO)

Finishing: is it necessary?
Speaker: Cesare Luzi

15:30 – 16:30

16:30-17:00 COFFEE BREAK

Orthodontic management of the periodontal tissues in the smile area

Speaker: Marco Rosa

17:00 – 18:00

Assembly

Aidor e Asio

18:00 – 19:00

Saturday, 21 April - SECOND DAY - COMMON SECTION AIDOR & AIOT

The challenge of finishing in complex adult lingual cases

Speaker: Giuseppe Scuzzo

09:00 – 10:00

Hierarchy of Decisions in adult Complex cases: from the Smile to the Face

Speaker: Renato Cocconi

10:00 – 11:00

11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK

Science, practice and ethics in finishing adult orthodontic cases

Speaker: Bjorn Zachrisson

11:30 – 12:30

The Importance of Proper Communication and Treatment Planning on Achieving an Ideal Finished Result in the Complex Interdisciplinary Patient

Speaker: Vincent Kokich Jr

12:30 – 13:30

WORKS CONCLUSION

LOCATION

Located in Cannaregio district, at the end of the homonymous foundation, the Great School of Mercy dominates the northern side of Venice city: this is a unique building of its kind, placed in a fascinating area where the great Venetian architecture slips into lagoon water.

 It has all the necessary services including a sophisticated lighting system and an extensive wiring network. Heating is under floor and cooling can be split into specific areas. Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI technology) allows remote control and management, giving the possibility to create fully customizable sceneries and lighting effects.

The historicity of the building fits perfectly with contemporary and technological elements, with mutual re-evaluation and visual continuity. The harmony of these two realities is guaranteed by a careful selection of proportions, construction materials and finishes.

HOTEL

Below possible accommodation for all the participants: they are all next to the congress area and they are different in type and prices.

Misericordia Apartment

Ramo della Misericordia, Cannaregio 3601, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia 

Link at Booking.com

(4 minutes walk from the congress area)

B&B Casa Baseggio

Cannaregio 3556, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Link at Booking.com

(4 minutes walk from the congress area)

Campiello dei Fiori

Strada Nova 2239, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Link at Booking.com

(5 minutes walk from the congress area)

Venice Style Apartment

2423 Cannaregio, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Link at Booking.com

(5 minutes walk from the congress area)

Good Wine Apartments

Cannaregio 3557, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Link at Booking.com

(5 minutes walk from the congress area)

Hotel Tintoretto 

Cannaregio Santa Fosca 2316 – Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

tel: +39 041 721522

Link to the website

(4 minutes walk from the congress area)

Al Mascaron Ridente 

Corte Raffineria 2606/B, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

tel: +39 041 5237497

Link to the website

(4 minutes walk from the congress area)

Hotel Antico Doge 

Cannaregio 5643, Campo SS. Apostoli, Cannaregio, 30131 Venezia, Italia

tel: +39 041 2411570

Link to the website

(6 minutes walk from the congress area)

Hotel Alle Guglie

Rio Terà S. Leonardo 1523, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

tel: +39 041 717351

Link to the website

(9 minutes walk from the congress area)

Hotel Filù

Fondamenta Cannaregio 1250, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

tel: +39 041 717231

Link to the website

(11 minutes walk from the congress area)

Pesaro Palace

Calle Ca’ D’Oro 3935, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Tel: +39 041 2960748

Link to the website

(4 minutes walk from the congress area)

Ca’ Vendramin Di Santa Fosca

Cannaregio 2400, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Tel: +39 041 2750125

Link to the website

(5 minutes walk from the congress area)

UNA Hotel Venezia

Ruga Do Pozzi 4173, Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Tel: +39 041 2442711

Link to the website

(6 minutes walk from the congress area)

Hotel Principe 

Lista di Spagna 147 – Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Tel: +39 0412204000

Link to the website

(11 minutes walk from the congress area)

NH Collection Venezia Palazzo Barocci

San Marco, Corte dell’Albero 3878 A I 30124 Venezia – Italia

Tel: +39 0412960650

Booking: (+39) 0287367717

EMAIL: [email protected]

Link to the website

(18 minutes walk from the congress area)

Boscolo Hotel dei Dogi 

Madonna dell’Orto 3500 – Cannaregio, 30121 Venezia, Italia

Tel: +39 041 220 8855

Link to the website

(4 minutes walk from the congress area)

TRAVEL

How to get to the Great School of Mercy in Venice:

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT:ACTV transport, ferry line 1, stop San Marcuola o Ca’ d’Oro

ON FOOT: from Piazzale Roma and railway station to Strada Nuova

 

ADDRESS: Sestiere Cannaregio,3599 VENEZIA – ITALY

TEL.NUMBER: +39 337.1440557

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