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3rd October 2015: Dr. Nelson J. Oppermann's seminar

Seminar Dr Nelson J. Oppermann, Saturday October 3rd, 2015

SPEAKER: Dr. Nelson J. Oppermann
SUBJECT: "The Class II treatment variations, biomechanics allied to the Biology"
VENUE: Hotel «Stratos Vasilikos»

CV Dr Nelson J. Oppermann

Dr. Oppermann obtained his Orthodontics Specialty Certificate in 1993 from Dentists Association of Sao Paulo and master degree in oral sciences focus in orthodontics in 2003 from SL Mandic dental School - Campinas - Brazil. Dr. Oppermann has been involved with the Bioprogressive and Sectional Mechanics Studies. His connection to Dr Robert Ricketts years ago and presence in several studies on those subjects help this development. Dr. Oppermann's knowledge in growth and development of the human craniofacial complex together to Ricketts cephalometric analysis and diagnostics system gives another perspective to treatment planning. He is also involved as adjunct speaker professor at the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Apart of those attributions Dr. Oppermann is an active and enthusiastic professor and lecturer, being visited many countries for teaching with articles published based on Bioprogressive Therapy field.

«The Class II treatment variations, biomechanics allied to the Biology»

Time-table program

9:00 - 10:30 Introduction
Understanding Natural Growth
Four areas of Superimpositions
Class II Growth Tendencies
Differentiation in between Class II Spectrum of Growth
10:30 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:00 Early Treatment
What is Early?
Bioprogressive Approach to Early Class II cases
Wilson 3D Quad-Helix
Cervical Head Gear / Spring Gear
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 14:30 Clinical Cases
Adolescent patients
Incisors Intrusion: The application of Utility Arches
Controlling the Occlusal related to the Mandible Anteroposterior Positioning
14:30 - 15:00 Break
15:00 - 17:00 Distalization: When Distalize the Upper Molars are Indicates
Bimetric Distalizing Arch / TADs
Alternative Mechanics: MEAW
Clinical Cases
Final Comments







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