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  • Kee-Joon Lee

    Nationality:Korea (Republic of [South] Korea)

    CV or Autobiography :
    Dr. Kee-Joon Lee is professor of the Department of Orthodontics, Yonsei University College of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea. He received DDS and PhD degree from Graduate school, College of Dentistry, Yonsei University. He completed the orthodontics specialty training in Yonsei University. He was a visiting scholar at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 2002-2004 and at the Division of Plastic Surgery, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in 2010-2011. He is currently an adjunct professor at the Department of Orthodontics, University of Pennsylvania. He has contributed many book chapters on biomechanics of miniscrew-driven orthodontics, non-extraction treatment in adults, up-to-date lingual orthodontic mechanics and surgery-first approached using TADs. He is the first who demonstrated the miniscrew-assisted rapid palatal expander (MARPE) for adults in AJO-DO, which was cited by many other authors. He has published many articles and case reports regarding the treatment of non-eruption, and total arch movement for hyperdivergent face in orthodontic journals including two cover issues in AJO-DO. His fields in research include clinical biomechanics regarding TADs application and the suture and bone responses to orthodontic stimulus. He has served as a reviewer in major orthodontic journals, including AJO-DO, Angle Orthodontists and European Journal of Orthodontics. He has been invited to many international orthodontic conferences around the world.

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  • 森山 啟司 / Keiji Moriyama

    Nationality:Japan

    CV or Autobiography :
    Professor Keiji Moriyama graduated from School of Dentistry, Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), Japan in 1986, and completed PhD degree at TMDU in 1990. He pursued his research in The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, U.S.A. from 1992-1994. He was appointed as Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthodontics, The University of Tokushima, Japan from 1998 to 2007, then has been serving as Professor and Chairman, Section of Maxillofacial Orthognathics in TMDU from 2007 to present. He served as Dean, Faculty of Dentistry, TMDU from 2014 to 2017.

    Professor Moriyama is currently President of the Japanese Orthodontic Society (from March, 2018), and Executive Committee Member of the World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO).


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  • Nikhilesh R Vaid

    Nationality:India

    CV or Autobiography :
    Prof Nikhilesh R Vaid is a Professor at the European University,DHCC,Dubai,UAE and maintains an exclusive boutique orthodontic practice in Mumbai,India. He has been the founder editor of the Journal of the Asian Pacific Orthodontic Society, and currently the Editor in Chief. Prof Vaid is a past president of the Indian Orthodontic Society,the Asian Pacific Orthodontic Society and currently serves as an Executive Committee Member of the World Federation of Orthodontists representing Central & East Asia. He has lectured in more than 50 countries around the globe and has published widely.He has been the Guest Editor for the Seminars in Orthodontics, for a record three occasions.His interests include Bollywood flicks,Single Malts and Modern Indian Art.

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  • 小野 卓史 / Takashi Ono

    Nationality:Japan

    CV or Autobiography :
    Takashi Ono is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthodontic Science, Graduate School Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), Tokyo, Japan, and Vice Dean of TMDU Dental Hospital. Prof. Ono works as an Adjunct/Visiting Professor at 3 domestic and 3 international universities. He also serves as an editorial board member for 6 international peer-reviewed journals. He has published 6 book chapters and more than 210 scientific articles. He is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO), and has been appointed as Chairman of the 9th International Orthodontic Congress (IOC) in Yokohama, Japan in 2020.

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  • 許天民 / Tian-Min Xu

    Nationality:China

    CV or Autobiography :
    Dr. Xu is a professor of orthodontics at the Peking University School of Stomatology and an adjunct professor of Case Western Reserve University. He received his postgraduate education in orthodontics at Peking University School of Stomatology from 1988 to 1992 and was a Visiting Fellow in Orthodontics at the University of California San Francisco from 1994 to 1996. He serves on OCR and EJO editorial board and AJODO editorial review board. His research interests focus on 4D orthodontics and the investigation of clinical orthodontic outcomes.

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  • 周彥恆 / Yan-Heng Zhou

    Nationality:China

    CV or Autobiography :
    Yanheng Zhou, DDS, PhD, Adv Dip Orth. HKU, the visiting professor at University of Pennsylvania, an adjunct professor of Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, serves as the professor of the orthodontic department, and Director of Center for Craniofacial Stem Cell Research & Regeneration, Peking University School and Hospital of Stomatology. He is the Immediate-past President of Chinese Orthodontic Society and the vice president of Dental Society in Chinese Association of Plastics and Aesthetics. He is an Executive Committee Member of World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO), president of Asian Pacific Orthodontic Society (APOS), a Member of International Association for Dental Research (IADR), European Orthodontic Society (EOS), and American Association of Orthodontists (AAO).
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  • Derrick Willmot

    Nationality:United Kingdom (Great Britain)

    Lecture :
    Everyday orthodontics and new innovations. The good, the bad and medico-legal problems
    CV or Autobiography :
    Professor Derrick Willmot
    BDS PhD LDS FDS MOrth DDO FHEA
    Professor Willmot is Emeritus Professor at the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    He qualified at University College, London in 1969 and in 1984 he was appointed Consultant Orthodontist in Sheffield. He was subsequently appointed to a personal chair in Orthodontics at the School of Clinical Dentistry of the University of Sheffield and became head of the department of Growth and Development of the University and Clinical Dean of the dental school. He was Clinical Director of the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital for 5 years from 1995 to 2000.  He was president of the South Yorkshire Branch of the British Dental Association in 1992 and he was awarded the John Tomes medal of the Association in 2011. He has been Chairman of many educational committees and served on the Council of the British Orthodontic Society for many years. He was awarded the Special Service award of the British Orthodontic Society. He taught Orthodontics, Facial Growth and Development and Paediatric Dentistry and examined the whole range of Dentistry. He was Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons from 2008 to 2011 having served on the Faculty Board of Dental Surgery from 2002 as a Board member. He was a full member of the Council of The Royal College of Surgeons from 2007 to 2011.
    He was awarded his PhD in 2000 for research work on the Image Analysis of enamel demineralisation. He has published widely.  He has supervised many postgraduate Masters  research projects and he has examined both undergraduate and postgraduate dentists in the UK and overseas at Degree, Masters and PhD levels. He has given presentations on orthodontic matters both in the United Kingdom and in the USA, the Middle East and Malaysia. He has advised on many orthodontic medico legal matters over 20 years. In addition to preparing many expert reports he has appeared as an expert in the Crown Court, the County Courts and at the General Dental Council having been instructed by lawyers acting both for the defendant and prosecution. He has wide medico legal experience and has been a Dental Adviser in Orthodontics to the Medical Protection Society since 1993. He has prepared reports and the associated correspondence for 350 cases relating to orthodontic matters. Fifty percent of his time is spent taking instructions by those acting for the prosecution and fifty percent for those acting for the defence.
    Professor Willmot currently also works as a part time specialist orthodontist in the north of England and teaches and lectures on orthodontic matters. His current clinical caseload is mainly adult patients, many with restorative dental problems which he manages jointly with his General Practitioner and specialist colleagues.


    Abstract
    Professor Willmot will reflect on the use of a range of conventional and contemporary orthodontic therapies and will demonstrate their use by means of case reports. He will explore some of the new innovations in orthodontics and will examine the extent of medico-legal problems that arise from these treatments, giving examples of some of the recent litigation he has experienced as an expert witness.
    Orthodontic diagnosis is vitally important if the orthodontist is to achieve a good outcome and whilst basic examination techniques are still important the use of computer technologies can enable more predictable outcomes, but can lead to medicolegal issues. Plaster cast study models have served the profession for many years as a diagnostic aid but as the orthodontic community is increasingly relying on digital models, which have significant benefits, their inappropriate use has led to successful complaints.
    In the UK a failure to take adequate informed consent from the patient at the treatment planning stage, results in many complaints from patients. In particular there is commonly a failure to offer patients a range of options which may include both conventional and innovative treatments. A failure to offer options at the outset can lead to later disappointment on the patient’s behalf.
    Removable and functional orthodontic appliances have been used for many years and some still have a place in order to carry out simple tooth movements or manage occlusal discrepancies, often associated with fixed appliances.
    Fixed orthodontic appliances are used successfully throughout the world. They achieve high quality outcomes and enable the orthodontist to manage a large range of malocclusions. These appliances can put the patient at risk of enamel demineralisation, orthodontically induced root resorption and exacerbation of periodontal disease. The promotion of cosmetic, short term fixed orthodontics, usually provided by untrained general practitioners using a laboratory made appliance and prescription, has led to increasing litigation from unhappy patients.
    Aligner treatments have become a worldwide phenomenon and their use continues to expand. Various aligner techniques from a range of providers enable a wide range of malocclusion to be treated however problems do occur which lead to complaints, and there has been an increase in litigation arising from the use of these appliances in recent years.
    Orthodontic relapse continues to remain a problem and long term retention is now nearly universally recommended by orthodontists. Complications do arise with contemporary retention techniques and these can lead to medicolegal problems.
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  • 宮脇 正一 / Shouichi Miyawaki

    Nationality:Japan

    Lecture :
    Importance of occlusion, our clinical application of miniscrew and physiological significance of sleep bruxism
    CV or Autobiography :
    Shouichi MIYAWAKI, DDS, PhD
    Dean, Faculty of Dentistry, Kagoshima University
    Professor and Chair, Department of Orthodontics, Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences
     
    EDUCATION
    Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry Ph.D. Orthodontics 1994  
    Osaka University Faculty of Dentistry D.D.S. 1989
     
    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    Dean, Faculty of Dentistry, Kagoshima University, 2016- present
    Vice-Dean, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Kagoshima University, 2009-2011, 2014-2016    
    Assistance Director, Kagoshima University Medical and Dental Hospital, 2009-2011      
    Professor and chair, Department of Orthodontics, Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, 2005-present     
    Associate Professor, Okayama University, 2005    
    Research fellow, Montreal University, Canada, 2001-2002    
    Lecturer, Okayama University, 1999-2005         
    Assistant Professor, Nara Medical University, 1997-1999      
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Osaka University, 1994-1997  
     
    LICENSE
    Instructor’s License approved by Japanese Society for Temporomandibular Joint, 2008
    TMJ License approved by Japanese Society for Temporomandibular Joint, 2008
    Supervisor Instructor’s License approved by the Japanese Orthodontic Society, 2005
    Clinical Instructor (Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare), 2003
    Instructor’s License approved by the Japanese Orthodontic Society, 2001
    Orthodontic license approved by the Japanese Orthodontic Society, 1994
    Japanese Dental License (Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare), 1989
     
    PROFESIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
    Japanese Orthodontic Society (Editor in Chief, 2014-present; Editorial member 2008-present; Secretary on Editorial Board 2000-2001)
    Kyushu Orthodontic Society (Vice-president 2017-present; Academic director 2005-present)
    Japanese Society of Stomatognathic Function (Editorial member 2006-2014; Director 2006-present)
    Japanese Cleft Palate Association (Councilor 2009- present)


    Abstract
    Several studies have reported that occlusion influences the general health. Particularly, we suggested a close relationship between occlusion and the upper gastrointestinal tract. In our past studies, we found that patients with skeletal Class III had more gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) symptoms than normal subjects, possibly due to low salivation. In addition, we reported that intra-esophageal acid stimulation, which was a model of gastroesophageal reflux (GER), caused more numbers of swallowing and bruxism episodes. Conventionally, bruxism is known to have negative influences on dental and orofacial problems, such as tooth wear and temporomandibular disorders (TMDs). However, recently, an international consensus was reached that bruxism may be a protective reaction that positively affects health. Moreover, since 2003, we demonstrated several evidences that GER-caused bruxism may be a physiological response to protect the esophagus. Here I will introduce the importance of occlusion in maintaining our general health, our clinical application of miniscrew, pathophysiology of bruxism, associated factors and causes of bruxism, a positive influence of sleep bruxism to protect esophagus.
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  • George Anka

    Nationality:Japan

    CV or Autobiography :
    Biography: Dr. George Anka He entered Northwestern University, Chicago, USA from 1979-1981 for his Orthodontic training, where he received Master of Science Degree 1981 at the same institution. In last 15 years he lecturing intensively in Japan and all over the World in major meetings, wrote and published scientific articles National, International Journal and Text Book. He is maintaining a private practice in Tamashi, Tokyo、Japan. At present he is a Member of Implant Orthodontic Conference Committee of Japan and Advisory Committee of World Implant Orthodontic Conference
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