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2018 Training program

Prof. Massimo De Sanctis
Dr. Fabio Carboncini
Dr. Francesco Zuffetti
Dr. Matteo Capelli
Prof. G.A.E. Santarelli
Dr. Bruna Zoppi
10th MICHELE CAGIDIACO MEMORIAL
From 2 to 3 Feb 2018

The Program

The foundations of Evidence-Based dentistry: what it can and cannot offer

A pondered reading of the literature on TMDs: a mirror of the clinic

A pondered reading of the literature on bruxism: a mirror of the clinic

Clinical evidence vs scientific evidence

Dr. Marzia Segù
DENTISTRY IN SLEEP MEDICINE
17 Nov 2018

How to avoid, prevent, and manage sleep disorders.


Sleep disorders in dentistry have an important relevance, particularly as far as bruxism and the syndrome of apnea disorders that disturb sleep are concerned.
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) and habitual and chronic snoring as its clinically relevant symptom and often as the initial phase of a disorder that tends to worsen in time, constitute an increasingly important medical and social issue in the medical-scientific community. OSAS per se constitutes a risk factor for cardio- and cerebral-vascular conditions and for arterial hypertension, and as such, it must be diagnosed and possibly treated in the most suitable manner for each individual patient. Among the useful therapies, in recent years endoral orthodontic appliances have attained key importance as a mechanical measure suitable for treating patients affected by OSA of a non-serious nature or who cannot tolerate nighttime mechanical ventilators (such as the CPAP) or who choose a type of non-invasive treatment to eliminate even just the snoring.

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EVIDENCE BASED DENTISTRY
EVIDENCE BASED DENTISTRY: AROUND THE TMJ
From 24 Mar 2018 to 6 Oct 2018
Courses:
 Prof. Daniele Manfredini (24 Mar 2018)
 Acta Team vs Italy (21 Apr 2018)
 Prof. Carlo Poggio (26 May 2018)
 Prof. Daniele Manfredini (06 Oct 2018)
Prof. Daniele Manfredini
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO TMJ IMAGING
24 Mar 2018

The Program

Anatomy of TMJ articulation: “gnathologic” implications

TMJ articulation imaging

Correlation between imaging and clinical symptoms

The effective prescription: when “seeing” changes the treatment plan

Prof. Manfredini
Prof. Lobbezoo
Prof. Wetselaar
Prof. Aarab
Dr. Segù
Dr. Guarda
Dr. Marchese
DENTISTRY AND SLEEP: FROM TOOTH WEAR TO APNEA
21 Apr 2018

The Program

General concepts of dental sleep medicine (Prof. Manfredini)

Bruxism in 2018: “disorder” or “behavior”? (Prof. Lobbezoo)

Management of dental wear in the dental studio (Prof. Wetselaar)

Mandibular advancement devices (MAD) from research to practice (Prof. Aarab)

The orthodontist and apnea in the young patient (Prof. Segù)

Sleep apnea: what dentists should learn from other specializations (Prof. Guarda/Marchese)

Prof. Carlo Poggio
THE CENTRIC RELATION: FROM MEDICAL DOGMA TO DOGMATIC TECHNICISM
26 May 2018

The Program

Centric relation and prosthetic therapies: when is it useful?

Centric relation and interdisciplinary treatment plans: when it can be useful to consider it

Centric relation and “hinge axis”: it does not rotate “and yet it moves” in a useful way

A possible interpretation of mandibular dynamics when the maxillo-mandibular relation on an articular level is detected

Prof. Daniele Manfredini
A PONDERED READING OF THE LITERATURE ON TMD AND BRUXISM: A MIRROR OF THE CLINIC
6 Oct 2018

The Program

The foundations of Evidence-Based dentistry: what it can and cannot offer

A pondered reading of the literature on TMDs: a mirror of the clinic

A pondered reading of the literature on bruxism: a mirror of the clinic

Clinical evidence vs scientific evidence

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