Management of severe skeletal malocclusions in daily orthodontic practice
Sylvain Chamberland (Quebec / Kanada)
Der Vorkongresskurs wird in englischer Sprache abgehalten.
Part 1: Hemimandibular hyperplasy and facial asymmetry Objective: To differentiate non syndromic pathology that cause facial asymmetry. To understand the effect of unilateral condylar hyperplasy in a growing and non-growing individual. Understand the effect of condylar fracture or trauma (impact) to the joint that may affect mandibular growth. To know the diagnostic test and surgical treatment that is recommended.
Part 2: Idiopathic condylar resorption and arthrosis of the joints Objective: To understand the pathophysiology of the arthrosis that lead to condylar resorption. To understand systemic, local and occlusal factors that may lead to condylar resorption. To know the diagnostic test that are recommended. To know how to adapt the treatment plan (surgical or non-surgical) to patients with condylar resorption. Case report of bilateral costochondral graft.
Part 3: SARPE and mandibular symphyseal distraction Mandibular symphyseal distraction evolve from tooth anchor device to bone anchor device for a better control of the distraction segment in the 3 planes of space. Report of cases.
Part 4: Treatment planning of surgical orthognatic cases Presurgical orthodontic decompensation for hypodivergent, normodivergent and hyperdivergent surgical treatment planning. Report of cases.