Orthodontics in Egypt

 

Program Outline 

Part1 : Normal Occlusion

 Introduction of Growth of the Face

 Development of Dental Occlusion

 Dental Arch Development
 

 

Part 2:Classification of Malocclusion

 

Part 3 : Etiology Of Malocclusion

 

:Part 4: Getting started


 

Gathering orthodontic records

 Cephalometric tracing

Ricketts ceph analysis

Your cases
 

:Part 5: Diagnosis, treatment planning and beginning treatment - Mechanics

Bracketing on models, looped arch wire
 

 Treatment planning and clinical considerations
 

 Review of "points and planes" measurements
 

Skeletal classification and face typing
 

Convexity in the frontal dimension
 

Skeletal age vs. chronological age
 

Airway and posture
 

Profile and facial pattern
 

Dental classification
 

Problem analysis
 

Mega concepts
 

Class I, Class II, Class III
 

Skeletal vs. dental problems
 

Facial type and impact on treatment
 

Extraction vs. non-extraction treatment
 

Bracketing teeth
 

Placement
 

Sequence
 

Bracketing cements
 

Typodonts:
 

Crowding treatment mechanics - Looped arch wire
 

Your cases
 

Part 6: Case selection, Class I treatment, limited primary and transitional dentition treatment, transverse discrepancies - Mechanics:

sectional, utility, and full arch wires

Case selection - focus on Cl I crowded and mild Cl II

Expansion . Maxillary Expanding Appliances

Primary and transitional dentition treatment

Phasing treatment . Phase I and Phase II

Habits

Crossbites

The young Class III patient: Chin sling and facemask treatments

When to consider extractions of primary canines: making your life easier, your patients. lives better and reducing risk of canine impactions

Typodonts

full arch straight wire

Wire bending: sectionals and Utility Arch Wires

Your cases
 

Part 7: Understanding mechanics; early development of joints and occlusion, inter-arch A-P discrepancies, vertical discrepancies - Mechanics:

Distalizing cuspids, closing spaces

Isolating MX vs MD etiologies

Class I tx

Class II tx

Challenges in mechanics:

Anchorage

Friction

Deepbites and biteplates

ARS

Distalizing molars

Typodonts: canine retraction and contraction utilities

Your cases
 

Part 8: Detailing the case and Retention - Mechanics:

Detailing wire, closing wire

Case finishing and detailing

Root angulation - panoramic radiograph

Retention

Retainer designs

Use of retainers

Typodonts

Detailing wire

Closing wire

Your cases

 


 

Workshops

Cast Modeling

Photographing " types of photographs - techniques - Instuments for professional photographing "

Information Analysis and Classifications

Cephalometric analysis " Techniques - Instruments "

Advanced computer programs in Orthodontics.

Cast Analysis " techniques - Instruments "

Banding and Bracketing " techniques - Instruments - Materials -recent methods "

cases & Treatment planning

 

 Certificate

 

International Academy of Dentistry Certificate authorized from  American Dental Association (ADA)

 

Diploma Fees

21,000 LE (Can be paid on 6 installments )