Month 10. Paedriatic aligners.

Kids and teenagers are the most frequent patients in any dental office providing orthodontic care, therefore being important to address it in our program to ensure differences with adults are fully understood. Special attention is paid to mandibular advancement for retrognathic patients as well as to virtual jump related to intermaxillary saggital elastics. Also, expansion …

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Month 9. Extractions

Severe dentoskeletal discrepancies require in some cases from dental extractions, in order to ensure bone housing and achieving ideal occlusion and teeth aesthetics. In this learning module main side effects will be addressed, together with the biomechanical strategies to avoid them and recommendations for the use of auxiliary techniques to ensure final tooth parallelism after …

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Month 8. Open Bite

Smile analysis is one of the keys to decide how to solve an open bite, either by anterior extrusion or posterior intrusion, both needing from a comprehensive understanding of aligner biomechanics and limitations. On this month there is a full review on how to stage movements, when to perform pure or relative extrusion on the …

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Month 7. Deep bite

Managing vertical problems with clear aligners require an extensive knowledge on counterforces, which are fully covered in this chapter to ensure digital planning is perfectly set. Special focus on posterior extrusion is provided to ensure a full control of deep bite in brachyfacial patients which might benefit from increasing vertical height. Also, a review of …

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Month 6. Distalization

Distalization with clear aligners opens a new scenario on Orthodontic treatment, which has to be carefully managed to obtain its maximum potential in adult patients. Understanding the limits of crown straightening and how to perform a bodily distalization is the key in this learning module. Also, a deep analysis of how intermaxillary elastics reinforce anchorage …

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Month 5. Spacing

At this point doctors attending our program will understand complexity of space closure with aligners in the 3 planes of space. Opening spaces for dental implants, veneers or restorations will be covered together with overengineering according to prosthetic planning combined with aligners. For this, deep understanding of virtual measurements will be provided to help achieving …

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Month 4. Crowding

In this module we will review how to set realistic expansion goals, together with a careful attachment selection, in order to avoid undesired effects. Both skeletal and dental transversal problems are addressed with clear aligners, combining the use of auxiliaries with a careful digital treatment plan. Also, use of SmartForces to help making more predictable …

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Month 3. Biomechanical Strategies

Planning movements in one plane of space affect others, being important to have a deep knowledge of this before we plan our treatments. Also, effects of intermaxillary elastics on proclination and big expansion patterns have to be carefully planned to avoid undesired recessions. In this third month we will also address specific staging for individual …

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Month 1. Software and case management

First month will be focused on basic Orthodontic diagnosis: pictures, models and scanning… as well as case uploading for most common aligner manufacturers. Only through a good impression and recording system we can develop an excellent treatment plan. Also, there is an important focus on troubleshooting and how by deeply understanding digital requirements for Orthodontic …

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