AREO International Congress 2024

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For the first time, you can choose an innovative and comfortable approach to attending an international congress, providing yourself with a unique and engaging experience. Private seat in the balcony at the congress hall, Refreshments, drinks & snacks, Private lunch & coffee breaks & Chats with the speakers.

EMC accredited

The participation fee includes full acce  to all the scientific sessions and  to the trade exhibition and posters from 23-25 May 2024, coffee breaks & lunches on congress days.
It's worth mentioning that the International AREO Congress 2024 is EMC accredited.

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This edition brings added value through increased interactivity within the event, renowned speakers from over 5 continents and 10 countries, 3 workshops, and 3 pre-congress courses, ensuring that the information has practical applicability in your practice.

World premiere

Amazed! A true eye opener.
Prepared for EOS 2024 is presented for the first time at the AREO 2024 International Congress.
Totally original and new and has never been talked about in orthodontics! Come, see, be surprised and amazed by Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet & Domingo Martín Salvador

Discover the detailed schedule of the Congress

Additionally, subject to available seats, with an extra fee, you have the option to enroll in a pre-congress course and one workshop each day.

  • Wednesday 22-05-2024
  • Thursday 23-05-2024
  • Friday 24-05-2024
  • Saturday 25-05-2024
09:00 AM

Distalizing in Class 2 - NEW SESION

Course Christian Samoila

09:00 AM

Connecting orthodontic and prosthetic plans with Trios and Jaw Motion Analyzer from zebris. Pre and post orthodontic treatment analysis for long term success.

Course Viorel Ion , Ionut Pitu

Success in any dental treatment , and ortho is not an exception, is highly dependent of the initial planning and data acquisition but also of the communication between all those involved.
In the same time, having the possibility to check and adjust the final results according to the patient individuals parameters , will increase the overall predictability , no matter if it s a simple case or a complex one.
Two essential tools for this are the intra-oral scanner from 3Shape  and the Jaw Motion Analyzer from Zebris.They can provide the basic  informations and also serves as a very efficient communication tools.
We will see how to use the scanner together with the Zebris system for the initial data  recording  and how can we use them at the end or the treatment to check and make sure the results are  what we have planned.
We will talk also about bite splints for different scenarios where we need them before or after the treatment and how can we use the individual parameters to get a functional bite splint.


Viorel Ion
DDS, DR Med Dent
Ionut Pitu
MTD
10:00 AM

How to effectively manage different malocclusions with Clear Aligners - Sala Atlas

Course Enzo Pasciuti

During the course Dr. Pasciuti will share, through his personal 5-step protocol, all his tips and tricks to increase the predictability and the efficiency of any digital setup to achieve standardized and high-level results in different kind of malocclusions treated with aligners, starting with the final position planning, going through the right staging and the choice of right attachment for every movement. During the lecture, the speaker will also explain the reason why not all the aligners work in the same way and help to understand which one could give more control and will share many different clinical cases treated with clear aligners.


Enzo Pasciuti
DDS, Orthodontist
13:00 PM

Lunch

Lunch Time

14:00 PM

Vertical dimension. From determination with Modjaw to therapeutic options - Sala Ural

Course Andrei Iacob , Adina Sârbu , Bogdan Geamănu

In the last 10 years in dentistry in general, and in orthodontics in particular, we have observed a boom in 3D digital technologies. Traditional impressions have been replaced by 3D intraoral scanning in many clinics, and diagnostic and treatment planning software are being increasingly used.

One single variable was missing for the entire process of diagnosis and planning to be completely digital: digitally recorded mandibular dynamics. This obstacle is currently overcome through the use of Tech in Motion technology from Modjaw. Modaw is a device that digitally records mandibular dynamics. The device's application allows for the diagnosis of dysfunctions, while simultaneously exporting this information to be used with other dedicated diagnostic and planning applications.

In our course, you will be able to learn how to digitally record mandibular dynamics with Modjaw. Additionally, you will learn how to use the recorded information to detect temporomandibular joint dysfunctions and to accurately diagnose and plan orthodontic treatments.


Andrei Iacob
DDS, Orthodontist
Adina Sârbu
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
Bogdan Geamănu
DDS, Orthodontist
14:00 PM

Distalizing in Class 2 - Sala Pamir

Course Christian Samoila

Approach of cl II cases in theory and in practice on models. How to address cl II patients. Set Class II protocols. When and how to distalize, when to extract, when to use class elastics.

Learn different distalization tehniques: TAD anchored buccal and palatal systems; Class elastics; Pendulum; Multi FA; Aligners

Learn how to make and use distalization power arm hands-on

Key words: CL II, distalization, TAD, Power arm, Multi FA, Aligners

Hands-on Course material that participants need to take with them: 1. Weingart; (442) 2. Tweed; 3. Hard wire cutter; 4. helix forming plier or bird beak 5. ligature tweezer; 6. dental probe;


Christian Samoila
DDS, Orthodontist
16:00 PM

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

08:30 AM

Diagnostic failures and risk management in Orthodontics

Prezentare Moschos A. Papadopoulos

09:15 AM

World premiere: Amazed! A true eye opener. Part 1

Prezentare Domingo Martin Salvador , Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet

Prepared for EOS 2024 is presented for the first time at the AREO 2024 International Congress. Totally original and new and has never been talked about in orthodontics! Come, see, be surprised and amazed by Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet & Domingo Martín Salvador.


Domingo Martin Salvador
BA, MD, DDS, MS
Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet
DDS, Orthodontist
10:45 AM

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:15 AM

World premiere: Amazed! A true eye opener. Part 2

Prezentare Domingo Martin Salvador , Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet

Prepared for EOS 2024 is presented for the first time at the AREO 2024 International Congress. Totally original and new and has never been talked about in orthodontics! Come, see, be surprised and amazed by Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet & Domingo Martín Salvador.


Domingo Martin Salvador
BA, MD, DDS, MS
Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet
DDS, Orthodontist
12:30 PM

Lunch

Lunch Time

13:30 PM

FAS Workshop

Workshop Domingo Martin Salvador , Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet

During the workshop we will talk not about aligners but rather about orthodontics. We will stress on our unique diagnostic protocol and demonstrate why it should be vertical first if you want to obtain function and esthetics. The key to success is all about diagnosis

This workshop navigates beyond aligners, unveiling the transformative power of a vertically-oriented diagnostic framework in orthodontics.


Domingo Martin Salvador
BA, MD, DDS, MS
Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet
DDS, Orthodontist
13:30 PM

Working together for best esthetics: Team approach

Prezentare Abbas Zaher

The ultimate desire of patients seeking orthodontic treatment is the excellent dental and facial esthetics. The orthodontist is a team player in the dental esthetic team, he should be able and is responsible to cooperate with other dental professionals to deliver the best aesthetic results. The treatment results are always superior when there is close communication and planning in various cases requiring the contribution of several disciplines. 

Some strategies important in comprehensive treatment planning will be presented identifying the most common aesthetic finishing factors that can enhance any complimentary dental work. Examples illustrating the difference between multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary treatment will be presented with emphasis on the significance of early consultation with the orthodontist, the patient, and any other dental professional. 

Intended Learning Outcomes: 

  • Stress the significance of prior treatment planning before starting any intervention.
  • Illustrate the difference between multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary case planning.
  • Show examples of comprehensive cases treated in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary ways.

 


Abbas Zaher
BDS, MS, PhD
14:15 PM

Challenging different types of teeth transposition with Simplified mechanics

Prezentare Khaled AboulAzm

Managing transposition cases has always been a significant challenge in clinical practice due to the unpredictability and complexity involved. However, despite the challenges, correcting transposed teeth can yield great rewards for both patients and orthodontic professionals. 

This lecture aims to provide a brief overview of the existing literature on transposition management and present clinical cases that highlight the difficulties and excitement encountered during treatment. The supporting biomechanical principles will also be illustrated. By the end of this lecture, attendees will have gained knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage transposition cases using efficient and simplified techniques

Transposing teeth can yield great rewards for both patients and orthodontic professionals when approached with careful planning. 

Learning Objectives: Recognize the relative difficulty of different transposed teeth. Develop guidelines for utilizing different approaches in managing transposition demonstrate how to apply alternative treatment plans when managing with some of the most difficult impactions and transposition.


Khaled AboulAzm
BDS, MS, PhD, Orthodontist
15:00 PM

The Miniscrew-Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion: advantages and limits

Prezentare Mariana Păcurar , Mahmoud ElSaafin

Traditional rapid palatal expansion methods are known to have side effects, including tooth tipping, a decrease in the thickness of the buccal bone, and a decrease in the height of the bone near the gums, which can result in receding gums. 

The new methods used the mini-screw as a bone anchorage.  We used 15 classical implants and  15 thread length, thread pitch and diameter, thus turns implant surface design, insertion mode, as well as the correlations of these features with stability mini implant. They were  analized two types of rate stability mini implants by measuring the tensile force with a traction machine and the kind of tensions that occur during orthodontic request. The insertion angle of the TADs  can be optimized with a proper evaluation of palate bone morphology, preferably through the use of CBCT scans. 

The most reliable types of orthodontic mini-implants are cylindrical-conical screw-type , with the optimal size of between 8-10 millimeters, one step thread ranging from 0.75 mm 0.80. Using orthodontic implants as temporary anchorage devices (TDA) has revolutionized the biomechanical orthodontic treatment planning, eliminating the problem of losing orthodontic anchorage.  

Key words : CBCT, MARPE, mini-screw, orthodontics, expansion


Mariana Păcurar
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
Mahmoud ElSaafin
As. Univ. Orthodontist
15:45 PM

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

16:15 PM

Mini-implants in the Digital Era

Prezentare Daniela Zaharia

The use of mini-implants in orthodontics has already secured a well-established place in the daily practice of specialized practitioners. These devices are safe, easy to use, and have a significant impact on clinical practice, which is why many consider them revolutionary for orthodontics.

In the context of digitalization, the possibilities for planning and implementing guided mini-implant insertions open up new opportunities for optimizing and personalizing the orthodontic treatment plan and workflow with them.

With the help of digital technologies, skeletal anchorage can be seamlessly integrated with various orthodontic appliances: from aligners to traditional fixed appliances, expanders, or strictly customized constructions for specific cases.


Daniela Zaharia
DDS, Orthodontist
17:00 PM

How to Treat Surgical Cases Orthodontically

Prezentare Joseph Bouserhal

With the increased demand toward a better facial esthetics, orthognathic surgery has become a key factor in orthodontic treatment planning. Using surgical approach leads sometimes to an abuse if the clinician doesn’t take into consideration some guidelines that could be applied in borderline cases. 

This presentation will try to clarify these guidelines and trace the border between surgery and orthodontics through complex clinical cases management.


Joseph Bouserhal
DDS, MDS, PhD
17:45 PM

Optimizing the results of orthodontic treatment through a multidisciplinary approach

Prezentare Andrei Iacob

Interdisciplinary treatment plans are increasingly common in the practice of everyday dentistry. Cooperation between different dental specialties can offer patients more correct, less invasive, and more aesthetic results. This presentation shows step by step how to design and the stages of the plans multidisciplinary treatment, as well as the motivation behind each stage in this process, which most often it can involve specialties such as periodontology, orthodontics, implantology, minimally invasive prosthetics, and orthognathic surgery.


Andrei Iacob
DDS, Orthodontist
08:30 AM

The treatment of Temporomandibular Joint and occlusal deviations in combination with orthodontics and manual therapy

Prezentare Péter Márton Steinhof

09:45 AM

Potential of Digitally Driven Skeletal Anchorage

Prezentare B. Giuliano Maino

The maxilla is extremely important in smile aesthetics.  Its correct spatial position and adequate transverse width are among the most important quality components in achieving facial harmony and aesthetics. In adult and adolescent patients, when maxillary sutures are very complicated or closed, there are two possible treatments for the skeletally narrow and/or retruded maxilla: rapid surgically assisted palatal expansion (SARPE) and segmented osteotomy. The ability to intervene on all these components without the need for surgery is an important assist for the orthodontist. In this presentation, using a group of both adolescent and adult patients, we will show how, using three-dimensional MAPA GPS, it is possible to intervene on all these components with high predictability without relying on surgery.


B. Giuliano Maino
BDS, MS, Phd
10:45 AM

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:15 AM

Orthodontic interdisciplinary management of the esthetic areas

Prezentare Paulo Manzo

For several treatments the interdisciplinary evaluation contains the success key of the dental and orthodontic therapy

A high percentage of subjects diagnosed and planned for an orthodontic treatment need to be treated also for dental shape, size and number discrepancies or for a gummy smile and/or periodontal disease or discrepancy like altered passive eruption. For these patients an interdisciplinary approach starting from a collegial diagnosis and treatment plan is mandatory. Thus for these patients is by merging the orthodontic point of view with the esthetic and functional direct or indirect rehabilitation options and with surgery and periodontal therapy, that it is possible to settle a comprehensive and efficient treatment plan achieving an effective and customized therapy. 

The management of the esthetic areas requires a wide point of view and an integrated approach in order to achieve excellent and proper results accordingly with the patient needs and wishes with different specialists collaborating in order to plan the functional and esthetic rehabilitation.


Paulo Manzo
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
12:00 PM

Considerations on complex investigations of the temporomandibular joint

Prezentare Cristian Romanec , Irina Zetu

The paraclinical investigations currently used for the diagnosis of the dento-maxillary joint can be supplemented by morphological and functional hybrid imaging. The aim of this presentation is to bring into attention the necessity and to understand the importance of paraclinical and clinical investigations availabile. 

Healthcare providers should have possibility and instruments, like guidelines to answer specific questions in day-to-day practice and as an information source for continuing professional education.


Cristian Romanec
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
Irina Zetu
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
12:30 PM

Lunch

Lunch Time

13:30 PM

Spider Screw: The skeletal anchorage for any malocclusion

Workshop B. Giuliano Maino

With the use of some clinical examples of various types of malocclusions , the steps for planning and guided application of mini screws in the palatal vault will be teached. 

The protocol for applying both miniscrews and orthodontic appliance in one session will be also taught (One Visit Protocol).

In addition, each participant will perform a hands-on section where, using work models, he or she will be able to replicate step by step all the steps in the application of the mini-screws. Small tricks will also be taught to help overcome any doubts and uncertainties.


B. Giuliano Maino
BDS, MS, Phd
13:30 PM

Classification, Diagnostics and Dental Compensatory Mechanics of skeletal Asymmetries

Prezentare Roland Männchen

Facial asymmetries can be assigned to very different causes. These can be functional or dental asymmetries as well as hemifacial microsomia affecting all components of one side, morphologic asymmetries of the mandible like hemimandibular elongation or hemimandibular hyperplasia, asymmetries due to temporo-mandibular joint disorders, cleft lip and palate and asymmetries due to syndromatic diseases. 

In this presentation, the different asymmetries of the mandible with special respect to the hemimandibular elongation and hemimandibular hyperplasia, their characteristics and progress are depicted

Diagnostic tools like classical radiography and scintigraphy and a scheme for differential diagnosis of functional, dental and skeletal mandibular asymmetries are given and some treatment proposals are made as a function of the severity of the underlying skeletal asymmetry. Different mechanics and their side effects for purely orthodontic compensation like asymmetric torque of the buccal segments, transverse, frontal and asymmetric sagittal forces, Tweed-mechanics and their combination are explained. The possibilities and limits of such compensations are presented by some clinical cases.


Roland Männchen
DDS, Orthodontist
14:30 PM

Orthodontic Treatment Solutions for Patients with Missing Teeth in the Esthetic Zone

Prezentare Ute Schneider-Moser , Lorenz Moser

Patients affected by missing teeth in the esthetic zone due to agenesis or transpositions, impacted or retained teeth, tooth malformations such as dilaceration or enamel dysplasia, and the entire range of dental trauma may sometimes require unusual treatment approaches. 

The therapeutic challenge in these patients is to select 1. the most appropriate orthodontic strategy without the need for extremely sophisticated mechanics, 2. to keep treatment time within acceptable limits for not risking iatrogenic damages, e.g. major root resorptions and 3. to avoid the necessity for a future extensive implanto-prosthodontic rehabilitation whenever feasible

Simple, but efficient treatment strategies for clinical patients with missing teeth in the upper AND in the lower esthetic zone will be presented to explain the pros and cons of space closure and space opening.


Ute Schneider-Moser
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
Lorenz Moser
MD, DDS, Orthodontist
15:30 PM

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

16:00 PM

Non-extraction treatment in mixed dentition patients: rational and long-term stability

Prezentare Letizia Perillo , Ludovica Nucci

Orthodontists make every possible effort to create full smiles, and non-extraction treatments are becoming increasingly popular among patients. However, dental arch dimensional changes tend to relapse, and this instability is one of the main reasons why non-extraction treatment remains an open question. Key factors guiding the choice between extraction and non-extraction are the amount of crowding and aesthetic concerns, and non-extraction treatment is therefore often indicated in patients with moderate, and sometimes severe, crowding who could benefit from increased lip support

This presentation focuses on the rationale for non-extraction treatment and its long-term stability. We compared data from dental casts and lateral cephalograms of patients consecutively treated with a trans-palatal arch in the upper arch and a lip bumper in the lower arch during the mixed dentition stage followed by fixed appliances in the permanent dentition with those of an untreated matched control sample, both during treatment and at long-term follow-up. Arch widths, perimeters, and lengths as well as crowding and incisor proclination were evaluated. In the treated group, upper and lower dimensional changes improved significantly after treatment with trans-palatal arch and lip bumper before the application of braces, whereas only minor increases were recorded after fixed appliance treatment. At long-term follow-up, all the arch widths were slightly decreased, with a 0.4 millimeter increase in crowding, considered clinically irrelevant. However, overall dental arch changes remained stable. The best predictors of relapse and long-term stability were also evaluated.


Letizia Perillo
MD, MS, PhD
Ludovica Nucci
DDS, PhD, PGs
17:00 PM

Optimizing TMJ health in class 2 patients

Prezentare Filip Boeru

Does the profound intersection of orthodontics and TMJ  still resonate as a cornerstone in our professional perspective? 

This presentation illuminates the connection between class II malocclusions and TMJ health

In Europe and also in Romania class II malocclusion stands as the most prevalent malocclusion. We will dissect the distinctive features of class II cases and delve into effective treatment modalities regarding also TMJ health. Through a meticulous exploration of anatomical, biomechanical and orthodontic constrains, join us in unraveling the key objectives aimed at achieving not only aesthetically pleasing outcomes, but also ensuring long term stability of the temporomandibular joint complex.


Filip Boeru
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
17:45 PM

The management of missing lateral incisor in digital dentistry

Prezentare Ioan "Johnny" Barbur

The absence of the upper lateral incisor is one of the most common agenesis encountered in the dental office, representing a clinical problem that affects both functionality and aesthetics.

Regardless of the chosen therapeutic approach (closing or opening the space), for the best results, collaboration between doctors with different dental specializations (orthodontist, surgeon, prosthetist, etc.) is necessary.

Aesthetics is becoming more and more frequently the reason for visiting the orthodontic office. Digital dentistry can help us address aesthetic requirements with more predictability and control, facilitating communication between different collaborating doctors, and between doctors and patients alike, offering results that mimic the natural.


Ioan "Johnny" Barbur
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
08:30 AM

Achieving Complete Facial, Skeletal and Dental Harmony in Class II and Class III malocclusion.

Prezentare Luis Carriere

10:30 AM

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:00 AM

Revolutionizing Dentistry: Embracing Multidisciplinary Integration in the Digital Age

Prezentare Daniel C. Neves

Embark on an illuminating journey into the future of dentistry, where the seamless integration of diverse disciplines unfolds in a digital realm. This lecture explores the transformative impact of technology on elevating awareness and enhancing the quality of dental care. Focusing on the groundbreaking synergy between implants and clear aligner treatments, we'll unravel their applications in replacing edentulous areas, managing congenitally missing bicuspids, and providing effective orthodontic anchorage.

Discover the collaborative potential of implantology and clear aligner therapy, where their combined use creates a unified approach to comprehensive patient care. Through illuminating case studies and insights into advanced digital workflows, witness how this multidisciplinary integration shapes the future of dentistry. Embrace a new era where technology and diverse expertise converge to redefine precision, efficiency, and patient satisfaction in dental practice.


Daniel C. Neves
DDS, Orthodontist
12:00 PM

Complex orthodontic treatments in aligner therapy

Prezentare Andreea Biris

We are going through a period in which more and more patients turn to specialists and request aesthetic, comfortable and short-term orthodontic treatments. 

Technological progress and the online environment have made patients as well informed as possible, and they want affordable and fast treatments. Aligners offer us a good treatment option, but what do we do with complex cases? Can we achieve treatment objectives with hybrid tehniques? 

In my presentation I will show several cases where the association between aligners and corticotomies led to a predictable result, shorter treatment time, and successfully achieved therapeutic goals.


Andreea Biris
DDS, Orthodontist
12:30 PM

Lunch

Lunch Time

13:30 PM

Interactive Workshop: Mastering Digital Dentistry - Imaging, Treatment Planning, IPR Techniques, and Engagers Integration

Workshop Daniel C. Neves

Embark on a dynamic three-hour workshop that unravels the intricacies of digital dentistry, spanning advanced imaging, treatment planning, Interproximal Reduction (IPR), and the seamless integration of engagers. This hands-on session equips participants with comprehensive skills, guiding them from digital imaging to the biomechanical planning and practical application of IPR techniques and engagers within the digital workflow.

Highlights:

Digital Imaging Mastery: Explore advanced techniques in digital imaging, including intraoral scanning & learn to interpret and leverage high-quality digital images for precise diagnosis and treatment planning.

Digital Treatment Planning: Navigate through digital treatment planning software to enhance case analysis and visualization. Incorporate 3D virtual models for accurate and efficient treatment plans.

Interproximal Reduction (IPR) Techniques:  Showcase the most advanced IPR techniques in a live demonstration. Provide hands-on practice for participants to master IPR applications.

Engagers Integration:  Integrate biomechanical planning into the digital workflow for optimal engager placement.  Explore best practices for engager placement, removal during treatment, and revisions.

Collaborative Multidisciplinary Approach: Foster collaboration among workshop participants representing various dental specialties. Discuss real-world case studies involving IPR and engagers, engaging in collaborative decision-making processes.

Learning Objectives. By the end of this workshop, participants will: Master advanced digital imaging techniques for comprehensive patient assessment. Competently navigate digital treatment planning software to create precise and tailored treatment plans. Acquire practical skills in advanced Interproximal Reduction (IPR) techniques. Understand the biomechanical planning and integration of engagers into the digital workflow. Develop best practices for engager placement, removal, and management during treatment and revisions.

Join us for this comprehensive workshop to elevate your proficiency in digital dentistry, IPR techniques, and engagers integration, providing valuable insights for enhanced patient care in your practice.

 

 

 

 


Daniel C. Neves
DDS, Orthodontist
13:30 PM

Extreme impactions - overcoming the fear of failure

Prezentare Stella Chaushu

Orthodontic treatment of impacted teeth cannot be a “cookbook”. 

Although the results can be excellent, treatment is complicated, usually long and requires one or several surgical interventions. Manifold reasons can cause failure, such as inaccurate positional diagnosis, missed resorption of adjacent teeth, wrong mechanotherapy, surgical mistakes and more. The risk of failure increases with the severity of impaction. 

In this presentation, several difficult impaction cases will be utilized to illustrate the step-by-step decision-making process which can help the clinician make the most thoughtful treatment decision, highlighting the importance of early diagnosis and timing, gathering of comprehensive pretreatment data, assessing treatment alternatives, weighing the evidence and critically reviewing the decision and its consequences


Stella Chaushu
DDS, Orthodontist, PhD
14:15 PM

Insights regarding esthetics in interdisciplinary treatments

Prezentare Roxana Petcu

In the treatment of adult patients, we often times face abraded teeth that compromise the esthetics in the frontal area by having shorter crown length, compensatory eruption and a higher exposure of the gingiva. In order to have a pleasing esthetic result in the end of treatment, the interdisciplinary team has to have a clear vision and planning of the final positioning of the gingival margins, together with the desired proportions of the teeth and especially the desired level of the final incisal margins. 

Here plays the orthodontist a key role in generating these three dimensional positions of the abraded teeth in these complex cases and therefore allowing the prosthodontist to be as minimally invasive as possible. The aim of this presentation is to go through the thinking and planning steps in these particular cases using clinical cases to exemplify and discuss different strategies and outcomes.


Roxana Petcu
DDS, Orthodontist
14:45 PM

Smile aesthetics. Excellence in finishing treatments with aligners

Prezentare Arturo Vela Hernandez

Treatments with aligners differ in many ways from those with fixed appliances. Sometimes it can be frustrating not to reach our finishing objectives, to which we were accustomed with our conventional treatments. 

What are the essential differences that we must take into account? What factors must we take into consideration? Are you afraid to treat more complex cases because you are not confident of reaching your treatment standards? How to reconcile esthetic and functional objectives? Is it possible to achieve a good finish in a reasonable time, without going on forever with refinements? 

Today we have the most advanced digital tools that allow us to plan in a tremendously precise way. We will look at some of the keys involved in diagnosis, planning, follow-up and finishing, so that finishing well... does not become hell.


Arturo Vela Hernandez
MD, DDS, PhD
15:45 PM

Digital approach in prosthetically driven orthognathic cases

Prezentare Ion Nicolescu

Patients’ expectations nowadays have changed, they have become more focused on esthetic outcome, as well as paying more attention to details. 

A beautiful smile and a correct occlusion without improving facial features are not satisfying our patients’ demands anymore. If a skeletal malocclusion is diagnosed, a complete treatment plan must address it

The ortho-surgical treatment becomes more complicated when teeth are affected, have an incorrect aspect or are absent, cases in which a multidisciplinary approach is required. The prosthodontist becomes the coordinator of the team by creating clear guidelines for the orthodontic and surgical treatment, through a prediction of the final result. 

This presentation will be looking at the treatment sequence followed in our clinic for patients with skeletal malocclusions, where the orthodontist-surgeon-prosthodontists team is involved from beginning to end.


Ion Nicolescu
MD, DDS, PhD
16:15 PM

Salivary diagnosis of periodontal inflammation in orthodontic treatment

Prezentare Ionut Luchian

TBA


Ionut Luchian
DMD, PhD

Presented for the first time at the AREO 2024

“Amazed! A true eye opener.” World premiere! Totally original and new and has never been talked about in orthodontics! Come, see, be surprised and amazed by Alberto Julio Canabez Berthet & Domingo Martín Salvador