Vienna School of Interdisciplinary Dentistry

Education in Occlusion Medicine

Keynote Seminare

Using MEAW in the Era of New Gnathology

mit Dr. Alejandra Londono and Dr. Miguel Assis


 

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The MEAW arch wire exists since a long time. It was invented by Young Kim to close open bites, using its unique biomechanic properties to upright teeth. Prof. Sato used it to change occlusal plane as a successful tool to treat class II and class III malocclusions. Some people took it as a philosophy and started mixing it with old orthodontic concepts. MEAW is not a philosophy, it’s a mere tool!

Function plays a major role here, so functional diagnostics under the Vienna concept are essential to understand the patient’s malocclusion origin and its individual treatment.

 

Das Programm:

Tag 1: Functional diagnoses - Practical principles
  (Discussion over a real clinical case)
  Functional dynamic diagnosis
  Clinical history, clinical examination
  Muscular palpation and interpretation
  RP: The importance of RP as a starting point
  What should we look for in Cephalometrics - VTO
  Cadias, Cadiax
  Therapeutic Position (TP) when and where
Tag 2: Early Treatment
 

Characterisation of malocclusions class II, class III

and Mandibular Lateral Deviation

 

The importance of keeping the first premolars

and 3rd molar germectomy

  Early Treatment strategies for class II, III and MLD
  Muscular palpation and interpretation
  The importance of mandibular repositioning over crowding
  Overlays
  Practical arch wire bending

  

Tag 3: Adult Treatment
 

Articular, vertical and dento-alveolar compensation and mechanism

 

TMD in orthodontic patients

  Treatment sequence
  Activationsequence and biomechanics step-by-step
  Practical arch wire activation

  

Datum:  10. - 12. Jänner, 2020      

Vortragende: Dr. Alejandra Londono, Dr. Miguel Assis

Ort: University Clinic of Dentistry Vienna, Sensengasse 2, 1090 Vienna

Kursgebühr: 1.290,- Euro

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