Bonding and 3D technology in Orthodontics

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About this Course

Understand the different types of 3D printing and fabrication processes. This is a course for any dentist that wants to implement 3D printing into their practice. Assist on time saving while gaining proficiency in all of the skills necessary throughout the entire print process. Including scanning and design, print preparation, printing, and post-processing.

Benefits for learners:

· Latest evidence-based clinical case analysis

· Continued professional development and learning

· IOF Certificate of Completion

What will you learn?

- How to effectively set goals to achieve the treatment performance?

- How to implement patient case?

- To have a baseline and fundamental overview of 3D printing.

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Course Duration:
90-120 minutes

Course Fees:

English & Chinese
Who is eligible?
- All dentists, especially for orthodontists are eligible to take the course.
How does the course work?
- To obtain your IOF Certificate of Completion, you should watch the whole course.
Minimum system requirements
- Windows 7 and above, Mac OS X v10 or later, Linux-Chrome OS Internet Explorer 9 and above; Google Chrome; Safari and Firefox

Learning & Reflection

Learning and reflection is an essential activity for orthodontists and should be an integral part of all aspects of treatment delivery, as it aids the development of professionalism by facilitating lifelong learning and can reduce diagnostic errors. Reflective thinking can help to process emotions, improve mood, prevent burnout, and improve the patient’s care. The reflection is not developed spontaneously and therefore is an essential part of personal development. Let’s join the author together to practice your skills in diagnosis, management, and treatment.

About the Speakers

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Dr. Theodore Eliades
DDS, MS, Dr Med Sci, PhD, DSc, FIMMM, FRSC, FInstP, FDS RCS(Ed)
Professor and Director of the Clinic of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry.Director of Research, and Interim Director of the Institute of Oral Biology at the Center of Dental Medicine, University of Zurich
Dr. Theodore Eliades, graduated from the School of Dentistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and completed his Orthodontic residency at the Ohio State University.
He earned a Master of Science degree from Ohio State, a doctorate in Medical Sciences from the University of Athens, School of Medicine, a PhD in Biomaterials from the University of Manchester, where he was awarded a DSc degree. His research has generated 280 papers in PubMed listed journals and 50 book chapters, which have received over 13,000 citations and index of 63 (google scholar). He has edited 13 textbooks published by major houses, some of which translated into 5 languages. He has co-supervised and/or examined 50 doctorate and Master theses at universities from 7 countries on 4 continents and is an elected Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the Institute of Physics (UK).
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Dr. Martyn Cobourne
Guest Expert
Guest Expert
Professor and Academic Head of Orthodontics in the Faculty of Dentistry,
Oral & Craniofacial Sciences ,King’s College, London
Senior Vice-Dean of the Board of Faculty of Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons ,England

Martyn Cobourne is Professor and Academic Head of Orthodontics in the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences at King’s College London. He graduated in Dentistry from King’s College London in 1990 and undertook orthodontic specialty training at King’s College Hospital from 1994-1997. From 1998-2002, he was a MRC Clinical Training Fellow in Paul Sharpe’s laboratory at Guy’s Dental Hospital and completed a PhD in developmental biology. He was appointed as a Senior Lecturer and Hon Consultant in Orthodontics at King’s College London in 2004 and promoted to Professor of Orthodontics in 2011. He has published >180 original articles and is the author of four textbooks. He was a Trustee and Director of Research at the British Orthodontic Society (BOS) (2012-2016) and has been Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Orthodontics for the last decade. Martyn has presented a number of prestigious lectures including the Charles Tomes Lecture at the Royal College of Surgeons of England (2015) and BOS Northcroft Memorial Lecture (2018). His research has won the BOS Chapman Prize four times (2014-2019) and in 2019, he won the BF and Helen E Dewel Award for the most outstanding clinical research article published in the AJODO. He is a full member of the USA Angle Society (North Atlantic Division) and is currently Senior Vice-Dean of the Board of Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

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Dr. Vaska Vandevska-Radunovic
Guest Expert
Guest Expert
Professor and Head of the Department of Orthodontics,
University of Oslo, Norway

Vaska Vandevska-Radunovic received her DMD and MSc in orthodontics at the University “Kiril iMetodij” in Skopje. She continued her orthodontic training at the University of Bergen, Norway 1990-1992, where she obtained her PhD (doctor odont) in 1998. She is currently Professor and Head of the Department of Orthodontics, University of Oslo, Norway and is involved in the education and research activity of graduate, post-graduate and doctoral students. For six years she was a member of the Continuing education committee of the Norwegian Association of Orthodontists. She is President of the EOS in 2023 and Secretary of the NEBEOP Board. She is Associate Editor of Clinical and Experimental Dental Research and The Korean Journal of Orthodontics. She is also member of the Editorial board of the World Journal of Orthodontics and Acta Odontologica Scandinavica. Her main areas of interest are tissue reactions during orthodontic tooth movement and relapse, retention procedures and long-term outcome of orthodontic treatment and the effect of orthodontic treatment on periodontal health.

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Dr. Nearchos C. Panayi
Scientific Collaborator at the European University Cyprus, Dental school
Visiting Research Scientist at the Clinic of Orthodontics, Center of Dental Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Nearchos C. Panayi is an orthodontist based in Limassol, Cyprus. He is a scientific collaborator at the European University Cyprus, Dental school and a visiting Research Scientist at the Clinic of Orthodontics, Center of Dental Medicine, University of Zurich, in Switzerland. He studied dentistry at Athens Dental School (1992–1997) and orthodontics at Tel Aviv University (1998–2001) before building his private practice, which has grown into two fully digital orthodontic offices in Limassol and Larnaca, Cyprus. His passion for digital technology encouraged him to use it in orthodontics, and as a huge fan of the in-house 3D designing and printing concept in orthodontics, Dr Panayi has helped develop concepts, ideas, and methods that will transform traditional orthodontics to customized-centered digital orthodontics. He is the inventor of the orthodontic CAD software Ubrackets for in-house designing of customized fixed orthodontic appliances, and he introduced the use of general-purpose CAD software in orthodontics for orthodontic appliance design. He is the editor of «DIY, Design It Yourself Orthodontics» book that was released by Quintessence USA in July 2021. He is a co-author in other orthodontics books and published articles on in –house customized brackets, printed aligners and bracket material research. He is an associate editor of the “Progress in Orthodontics” journal.

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Dr. Spyridon Papageorgiou
Deputy Director and Clinic Coordinator, Clinic of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry
Center of Dental Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Visiting Senir Lecturer, Centre for Craniofacial & Regenerative Biology, Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences, King’s College London, UK

Spyridon Papageorgiou is a Clinic Coordinator and Deputy Director at the Clinic of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry, Center of Dental Medicine of the University of Zurich (Switzerland) and a Visiting Senior Lecturer in King’s College (London). He graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), while he completed his orthodontic specialty training & doctorate (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Bonn (Germany). In 2021 he received his Habilitation (Venia Legendi) and in 2022 a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Orthognathic Surgery – both from University of Zurich, while he completed a MSc on Medical Research Methodology from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has published over 170 papers in international peer-reviewed journals and over 10 chapters (4500 citations), acts as a reviewer (>30 journals), academic editor (3 journals), statistical advisor (1 journal), (co-)supervisor / examiner over 10 theses/dissertations for 4 universities. He worked on basic science, clinical trials, and evidence-based research funded by the German Research Foundation (2013), the Greek & German State Scholarship Foundations (2015), and the European Orthodontic Society (2016). His work has received multiple awards, including the David L. Turpin Award for Evidence-Based Research (2012) and the B.F. and Helen E. Dewel Award for Clinical Research (2018) from the American Association of Orthodontists, the W.J.B. Houston Award (2017) from the European Orthodontic Society, the Chapman Prize (2018) from the British Orthodontic Society, and the Best Research Award (2015) from the Greek Orthodontic Society. He has been invited to participate in consensus-meetings for the development of clinical recommendations from the European Academy of Osseointegration (2018), the Osteology Foundation (2022), and the European Federation for Periodontology (2022). His research focuses on the clinical outcome, duration, or side-effects of orthodontic treatment, evidence-based methods including randomized trials and meta-analysis, methods to identify bias in orthodontic clinical research, open / transparent research practices, and the effect of systematic diseases on the biology of orthodontic tooth movement.

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