If Pinnochio was an Orthodontic Salesman!平生簡述 :Executive committee member: world federation of orthodontists (2015-20)
President: Asian Pacific Orthodontic Society (2014-16) president: Indian
Orthodontic society (2014-15) editor in chief: APOS trends in orthodontics
(Journal of the Asi9an Pacific Orthodontic Society) member, advisory board: world implant orthodontic association
The Orthodontic landscape has seen technology being integrated into varied aspects of care- diagnostics, planning, biomechanics and appliance planning and execution. Technology brings with service providers, who have balance sheets to balance as well. This presentation explores this phenomenon, admist the current available evidence available in peer reviewed scholarly literature and evidence based clinical trials that ascertain claims and clinical performance of current products and appliance systems. The presentation takes a humorous twist with an inspiration from Carlo Collodi’s tale.
Pinnochio’s N.O.S.E constitutes the skeleton of this lecture.
N discusses Newer appliance claims, research and realities!
O discusses Our appliance trysts! -An evidence based research report of CAD CAM vestibular, lingual and aligner therapy discusing accuracy and efficiency.
S discusses Surreal claims and propaganda! -evaluates an Internet assessment of orthodontic claims on the web and their demographics.
E discusses Evidence, Eloquence and more! -strategies for reporting research, trials and orthodontic information on the internet!
國籍：Korea (Republic of [South] Korea)演講題目 :
Root Movement-Essence of Orthodontics to Save Tooth, Renew Bone and Enhance Life Quality平生簡述 :Kee-Joon Lee, DDS, PhD Professor & Chair, Department of Orthodontics, Yonsei University, Korea Visiting scholar, Dept of Biochemistry, University of Pennsylvania (2002~2004) Adjunct professor, Department of Orthodontics, University of Pennsylvania(2010~2011, 2016~), Temple University(2010~2011) Visiting Scholar, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (2010~2011)
Congenital missing, severe caries, periodontitis and eruption disturbance not only cause loss of teeth but also initiate disruption of dental arch integrity such as migration of adjacent tooth, extrusion of the counterparts. Rehabilitation of the dental apparatus is undoubtedly the main task of dental clinicians. Recent studies revealed, however, limited longevity of artificial prostheses including dental implants. Autotransplantation of viable tooth tends to exhibit various pathologic statuses over a long term. Hence a fail-safe, biologically acceptable restoration protocol is needed.
It has been shown that orthodontic force can induce so-called ‘with-the-bone’ tooth movement suggesting the replacement of missing tooth and possible restoration of bone defect as well. For this, a radical well-controlled root movement is essential. In particular, tooth movement into the area of bite collapse requires precise tooth movement involving significant intrusive component of force. Integration of orthodontic miniscrews enables the clinicians to increase the amount of movement and to design arbitrary type of tooth movement. Precision root movement of molars and/or incisors is considered indispensable factors for desirable ‘non-prosthetic orthodontics’. In this presentation, an up-to-date biomechanics will be explained focusing on the following practical questions.
- Root movement-why and how?
- Moment-to-force ratio-are they clinically relevant? If not, just useless?
- 018 vs 022-which one for root movement?
- Root movement of impacted tooth-missions impossible or not?
- Root movement in case of ankyloses-why and how?
- Root movement in children and adult-when to try?
Kenji Ojima / 尾島 賢治
Strategic Protocols for Extraction Cases Using Aligner Orthodontics平生簡述 :Education •Studies of Dentistry at the University of Showa (Tokyo-JAPAN). •Postgraduate student in Orthodontics at the University of Showa, department of Orthodontics Professional •Private practice as a specialist in Orthodontics in Tokyo (Shinjuku and Hongo) since 2007 with Dr. Dan, Dr. Kumagai, Dr.Watanabe, Dr.Seko and Dr.Sugawara. •American Academy of Cosmetic Orthodontics Asian Chapter president. •Speaker in Japan, Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Austria, Swiss, Poland, Australia, Iran, Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, Hong Kong,Taiwan, Korea, Indonesia and United States. •President of JAPAN Academy of Aligner Orthodontics. •DSD/Aligner Key Opinion Leader •Advisory Board of Biolux(OrthoPulse).
黃瓊嬅 / Sabrina Chiung Hua Huang
Molar Space Closure─A Trace of Pleasure or Regret?平生簡述 :Big Apple Dental Clinic
1. Certified orthodontist, Taiwan
2. Big Apple Dental Clinic, Tainan, Taiwan
3. Taipei Smile Dental Clinic, Taipei, Taiwan
The surgery-first approach is a new treatment paradigm for the management of dentomaxillofacial deformity. Compared to the conventional approach to orthognathic surgery, "surgery first" protocols could be advantageous in terms of shortened treatment time and immediate esthetic improvement. However, it should not be considered for patients with cleft related deformities, patients with high probability of development of CR-CO discrepancy and unilateral or bilateral cross-bite or scissor bite post-surgery. In this presentation, “surgery first” as well as effective pre-srugical orthodontic decompensation for “surgery early” protocols with meticulous planning and passive self-ligation brackets will be discussed.
廖炯琳 / Johnny Joung-Lin Liaw
The orthodontic turning point from failure to success平生簡述 :Dr. Johnny Joung Lin, Liaw completed his orthodontic training at NationalTaiwan University Hospital in 1994 and received his master degree in Chang Gung University. He is now in private practice since 2002 after 8-year visiting staff in Shin Kong Memorial Hospital. He keeps on part-time teaching at National Taiwan University . He served as the President o f Taiwan Association of Orthodontists during 2013 & 2014, and Chair of Taiwan Board of Orthodontics during 2015 & 2016. His mai n interest is the pursuit of Orthodontic excellence through interdisciplinary treatment and the use of TADs. He speaks nationally and internationally to share the experience and seeks the next level on Orthodontic excellence.
AbstractThe whole process of orthodontic treatment is made of countless clinical decisions which may lead to the final success, or failure. Among which, there would be one the most critical step to the success in some cases. The author would like to share some examples to highlight these critical points to draw the colleagues’ attention on autotransplantation upon failure in the repositioning of the impacted tooth, change of direction of tooth movement during space closure, the use of palatal TADs upon repeated failure on buccal TADs, molar intrusion with TADs upon open bite during settling stage, and torque control of severe protrusion cases for the active vertical control. Hope the materials may provide valuable inspirations on your way pursuing orthodontic excellence.VIEW MORE
許勝評 / Sam Sheng-Pin Hsu
Facial Asymmetry - Orthodontist’s Perspective平生簡述 :1. Assistant Professor, Department of Craniofacial Orthodontics, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital2. Fellowship, Surgical Planning Laboratory, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, The Methodist Hospital Research Institute, Houston Texas
Recent years, more and more 3D imaging involves dental and orthodontic treatment. Cone-beam computer tomography (CBCT) with large Field of View (FOV) not only gives more information of teeth but also a better depiction of craniofacial skeleton. Furthermore, Some treatment-related anatomic structure such as airway space can be precisely assessed. Digital dental models obtained with intra-oral scanners can be used for virtual model setup, facilitates diagnosis and adequate treatment plan. 3D facial photos provides a comprehensive soft tissue evaluation. The visual treatment simulation also makes a better patient consultation and communication. In the talk, several orthodontic cases related to TADs/ Impaction Tooth/ Surgery-first approach/ Obstructive Sleep Apnea/ Digital Smile Design will be presented to show the utilization of 3D imaging in daily orthodontic practice. The benefits will also be explained.VIEW MORE
張文忠 / Kelvin Wen-Chung Chang
Flatten the Curve平生簡述 :1996 DDS degree from School of Dentistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
2003 Certificate of orthodontic training, orthodontic department of National Taiwan University Hospital
2005 MS degree from Graduate Institute of Clinical Dentistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
Dr. Kelvin, Wen-Chung Chang is a visiting clinical instructor in the orthodontic department at National Taiwan University Hospital since 2004. He held a private group practice center in Hsinchu, Taiwan in 2007. He is the chairman of the academic committee of Taiwan Association of Orthodontists (2016-2018) and an advisor of the World Implant Orthodontic Association since 2016. His interests focus on self-ligation system, TADs application, interdisciplinary treatment, aesthetic dentistry and digital orthodontics.
曾應魁 / Ying Kwei Tseng
Vertical Problem: Beauty and Sorrow Under “Deep Bite”平生簡述 :(1) 臺灣中山醫學大學牙醫學系 畢業 (2) 美國 新澤西州FDU牙科大學 矯正研究院 畢業 (3) 中華民國齒顎矯正學會第三屆 理事長 (4) 第三屆亞洲太平洋區牙科矯正學大會(APOC) 會長 (5) 愛丁堡英國皇家醫學院專科醫師 國際考官 (6) 國際牙醫學院 台灣院士會 理事長
拔牙與否的治療，臨床上常常會有舉棋不定的抉擇，它端賴於正確的診斷，而精確的診斷有賴於你對深咬的特性有多少的深入與瞭解。機械力的運用，不外乎有長距型的tip back bend wire與reverse curve wire的使用和用迷你釘(TADs)使力來把前(側)門齒往上和往下拉，以改善深咬的深度。但是用力把上顎門牙往上拉時，不僅會造成門牙撞擊牙齦引起牙周腫脹發炎，也會導致牙根吸收的危機，這些情況都容易造成醫療糾紛。
鄭信忠 / Johnson Hsin-Chung Cheng
The Challenge Treatment on the Impacted 2nd Mandibular Molar Impactions平生簡述 :1. Dean and Professor, College of Oral Medicine, Taipei Medical University
2. Director, Orthodontic Department, Taipei Medical University Hospital
3. Immediate Past President, Taiwan Association of Orthodontists
Though the prevalence rate of congenital missing on lower incisor(s) is about 0.23-8.6%, the orthodontic treatments on these cases are troublesome and challengeable. The problems faced such as the correlation of congenital lower incisors and malocclusion/ dentofacial morphology, the decision of extraction or nonextraction, the teeth positon and numbers in extraction orthodontic treatment, the discrepancies of teeth size, the establishment of ideal occlusion interdigitation…, etc. This report will present different kinds of orthodontic treatment on these troublesome cases with congenitally missing lower incisor(s). The cohort clinical study was also performed to analyze over 120 orthodontic cases with congenitally missing one or two lower incisor(s). The research results will offer a treatment guideline and principle for these cases.VIEW MORE
張慧男 / Chris Chang
TAD Mechanics for Fixed Appliances and Aligners平生簡述 :1. Dr. Chris Chang is the founder of Beethoven Orthodontic Center and Newton’s A Inc. in Hsinchu, Taiwan.2. He received his PhD in Bone Physiology and Certificate in Orthodontics from Indiana University.3. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and an active member of Angle Society-Midwest.4. Dr. Chang is the publisher of JDO and has authored and co-authored many orthodontic books, including Orthodontics Vols. 1-6, as well as Words of Wisdom, Jobsology and Trumpology.5.He is the inventor of OrthoBoneScrews(OBS®).
高嘉澤 / Chia-Tze Kao
The Maxillary Lateral Incisor Orthodontic Management平生簡述 :1.中山醫學大學附設醫院齒顎矯正科 主任
2.中山醫學大學口腔醫學院 牙醫系 教授
上顎門牙區的美觀是決定口腔美學的重要區域．先天上上顎側門牙會因缺牙或型態大小上異常(如楔狀齒)或顏色造成在美觀視覺上不協調，因此在矯正治療或是贋復或修復治療上是最常被提出不同治療理念與方法．根據上顎前牙美學，正中門牙、側門牙、與犬齒之正面黃金比例大小約為1.618 : 1 : 0.618，牙齦Zenithe 高度呈現為高、低、高，牙齒顏色協調，微笑時三顆牙齒之切緣與下嘴唇微微接觸，此被認定是最美麗狀態．因此，當患者出現側門牙異常，在矯正學治療考慮上，會有下面幾種選擇狀況：ㄧ、缺側門牙時，維持保留空間做假牙．二、利用修復技術做牙齒型態修復．三、利用植牙取代側門牙．四、使用鄰接犬齒取代側門牙．
劉人文 / Eric Jein-Wein Liou
“Jaw bone first” Class III Orthodontic Treatments平生簡述 :Dr. Eric Liou is an associate professor and the chairman of the Faculty of Dentistry, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital & Chang Gung University, Taipei, Taiwan. He is also a visiting professor in the Department of Orthodontics, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan. For the profession affiliations, Dr. Liou is currently president of the Taiwan association of Orthodontists, and president of the World Implant Orthodontic Association. His main research interests are distraction osteogenesis, TADs, orthodontic tooth movement, platelet rich plasma, and bone physiology. Dr. Liou has numerous publications and presentations, specially on the topics of accelerated orthodontic tooth movement, maxillary orthopedic protraction, surgery first accelerated orthognathic surgery, and TADs.
林錦榮 / John Jin-Jong Lin
Unravelling the Myth of Class III Open Bite平生簡述 :M.S and Certificate in Orthodontics, Marquette University (USA) (Orthodontic Graduate Program)
2000~2002: President of the Taiwan Association of Orthodontists
2004~present: Clinical Professor, Taipei Medical University (Orthodontic Department)
Traditionally Class III open bite was one of the most difficult malocclusion to treat and most of these kind of cases have to be corrected by orthognathic surgery.
With the lately well development of the PSL (Passive Self Ligating) brackets and TADs (Temporary Anchorage Devices), treatment of Class III open bite by non surgery, even non extraction becomes possible.
In this presentation following items will be discussed with in depth case discussion: Differential diagnosis, Literature review, Myofunctional therapy, Avoid over use of TADs, Growth and treatment timing, 3rd molar problems, Variable torque options, Treatment mechanics, Retention and relapse, Cone Beam CT evaluation, Orthognathic surgery, long term follow up.VIEW MORE
吳政憲 / Cheng-Hsien Wu
The Power of Digital Science in Orthognathic Surgery Combine Orthodontic Treatment Cases- Clinical Tips平生簡述 :現任: 台北榮總 口腔顎顏面外科 病室主任
AO foundation 亞洲區國際講師
經歷: 國立陽明大學 牙醫學系 , 博士班
德國 弗萊堡 大學醫院 顎顏面外科 臨床研究員
德國 漢諾威 大學醫院 顎顏面外科 臨床研究員
吳姿瑩 / Tzu-Ying Wu
The Power of Digital Science in Orthognathic Surgery Combine Orthodontic Treatment Cases- Clinical Tips平生簡述 :現任: 台北榮總齒顎矯正科 主治醫師
經歷: 國立陽明大學 牙醫學系
德國 弗萊堡 大學醫院 顎顏面外科 及 矯正牙科 臨床研究員
德國 漢諾威 大學醫院 顎顏面外科 及 矯正牙科 臨床研究員
黃丞聰 / Cheng-Tsung Huang
隱形矯正不可或缺之一環 ~ 數位變革下的舌側矯正
An Indispensable Part of Invisible Orthodontics~ Digital Evolution of Lingual Orthodontics平生簡述 :1.中華民國舌側矯正學會理事長
從事舌側矯正這幾年來，深深覺得這項治療若要推廣與普及，最需要克服的就是Lab的可取得性與便利性，拜數位化之賜，使得這個想法逐步實現，CDM lingual system於是應運而生，它對我臨床治療上尤其是Lab方面的幫助甚大！CDM為Combined Digital and Manual method的縮寫，先以digital model setup and digital bracket positioning完成整個lab最花時間的8成工作，剩下transfer jig約2成工作仍保留了手工製作的優點，著實達到了Dr. Fillion所謂"Lingual Liberty" 的境界，也希望與大家分享這項改良式的Lab protocol!VIEW MORE
余建宏 / Kenko Jian-hong YU
WA! Orthodontics平生簡述 :中國醫藥大學牙醫學系教授及齒顎矯正科主任
近年來，透明牙套的治療風潮漸盛，讓矯正治療的風貌開始慢慢轉變。然而，傳統使用矯正線來進行的矯正治療，其優點在於針對(1)顎位調整(2)3次元牙齒的移動控制(3)精準調整牙齒尖窩關係等等，仍有其優勢。然而，對於某些(1)牙齒輕微擁擠的症例(2)復發症例(3)提早拆除矯正裝置的症例，透明牙套亦有其優點，特別是針對某些無法適合黏著矯正器來進行矯正治療的患者，例如因為工作關係，或是有嚴重牙周病的患者，黏著矯正器可能造成其維持口腔衛生的困難等，更甚或是某些公眾名人，不方便用有矯正器的樣子示人的情形等，透明牙套不吝提供了另外一種選擇。既然矯正線與透明牙套在某些地方，適應症重疊或加乘，我們事實上可以更巧妙地應用這兩種治療理念的優點，組合在一起，這樣的治療想法，我把它稱為WA!矯正，亦即是Wire (矯正線)與Aligner(透明牙套)的治療組合。我們使用LH矯正線(LH wire)的治療來改善嚴重的咬合問題，而在治療快完成時，我們則提早引入透明牙套(aligner)的治療，進行微小縫隙的關閉，以及細節的調整等等，特別是使用矯正器無法完美處理的特殊牙齒(頰側面)型態問題，或是控根(torque)問題等。因此，藉由這樣兩種治療理念的相輔相成，互相融合，我們可以提供給我們的矯正病人一個更舒適，更快速，更美好的治療成效。VIEW MORE
張毓仁 / Yu-Jen Chang
Role of Orthodontist in Craniofacial Anomalies Care平生簡述 :學歷
Dr. Yu-Jen Chang now is a consultant orthodontist and the Director of the Craniofacial Orthodontic Department at Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (KCGMH), Taiwan and he was also the Vice Chair, department of dentistry at KCGMH between 2016 to 2018. He is the vice chairman of the academic committee of Taiwan Association of Orthodontists (TAO) since 2016. Furthermore, he is the council of Taiwan Board of Orthodontics since 2019. In 2015, Dr. Chang had one-year clinical fellowship of Univ. of Kentucky, and also a visiting scholar of 3D image lab., Univ. of Michigan. He is now continuing his Affiliate member in E. H. Angle Society, Midwest Component since 2020. His interests focus on craniofacial deformity especially CLCP and HFM patients’ treatment (surgical orthodontics, maxilla distraction osteogenesis, and naso-alveloar-molding (NAM) in cleft baby), TADs application, interdisciplinary treatment, aesthetic dentistry and digital orthodontics.
張恆銘 / Heng-Ming Chang
"The Light at the Gap of the Sutures-The Role of Micro-implant Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion (MARPE) in Modern Orthodontics"平生簡述 :1. 秀傳醫療財團法人彰濱秀傳紀念醫院牙科部 主任
2. 中華民國齒顎矯正學會第12、13、14、15、16屆 理事 暨 專科醫師
3. 英國雪菲爾大學 (University of Sheffield) 齒顎矯正學碩士(MClinDent) 暨 愛丁堡皇家外科學院齒顎矯正專科院士(M Orth RCSEd)
Maxillary transverse deficiency is a common problem in the craniofacial region. Rapid palatal expander (RPE) was traditionally the first choice for children and young adolescents with this problem, but there would be several limitations when applying on late adolescents or adults. Surgical-assisted rapid maxillary expansion (SARPE) was initially used for this group of skeletal-matured patients, but the surgical procedure was traumatic and patient could be reluctant to go through. In these years, micro-implant assisted rapid maxillary expansion (MARPE) was introduced to facilitate maxillary expansion with the aids of micro-implants as auxiliary anchorages on the expansion device. There have been a variety of MARPE designs proposed in the literature and the outcomes all look promising. The aim of this article is to evaluate its practicability in modern orthodontics by reviewing its background, design, indications, treatment effects, stability and limitations in current literatures. The treatment effects of two types of MARPE, bone-borne and tooth-bone-borne (hybrid), will be discussed individually in this presentation.VIEW MORE
陳柏勳 / Po-Hsun Chen
My Treatment Strategies Toward Class II Hyperdivergent Patients平生簡述 :1.台灣大學牙醫學士
Skeletal Class II with hyperdivergent cases are considered to be one of the most challenging problems for orthodontists and are supposed to be treated combined with orthognathic surgery. The characteristics of these patients consist of long face , retrusive chin , lip incompetence , gummy smile and unaesthetic facial appearance. These clinical traits are highly related to the excess vertical growth of maxilla.
Reduction of vertical facial height is crucial to treat hyperdivergent cases successfully. With application of TADs, it is feasible to decrease facial height and rotate chin forward by intruding the whole upper dentition. Changing vertical proportion of the hyperdivergent face contributes to significant profile improvement and avoids excessive retraction of upper anterior teeth that may result in uncontrolled dental tipping, potential periodontal breakdown and obtuse nasolabial angle.
In this presentation, more than 20 cases will be demonstrated with comprehensive records and consecutive radiographic superimpositions to show you how the treatments progress. I hope this presentation can facilitate your clinical success and patients’ satisfaction.VIEW MORE