Occlusion for Orthodontics, Functional Jaw Orthopedics and Oral Rehabilitation Course

(taught in Portuguese)

Course details:

Dates
Training start: 29 January, 2020

Workload:
72 hours
3 modules of 24 hours

Shedule
Labor – 9h00 – 18h00

 

Trainer:
Prof. Dr. Francisco Macedo
Graduated in Dentistry / Doctor of Functional Anatomy / Research Professor at CEPECRAF – Center for Education and Research of Cranio-Facial Growth.


Certified training

Price:
750,00€ (module)
(600€ – value for former WSEI trainees)

Program

Mod.1 – Basic concepts of Embryology, Functional Anatomy, Physiology and Dental Anatomy for a better understanding in the study of Occlusion.
Mod 2 – Temporomandibular joint: the unknown. Understanding what is normal, what is pathological and the extent to which Occlusion can be a determining factor in the disharmony of these structures.
Mod. 3 – Clinical care on a daily basis: the importance of the Incisors Relationship in oral rehabilitation, orthodontic and / or functional orthopedic endings. How to evaluate clinically possible functional imbalances related to Occlusion.

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See the detailed program here (in portuguese)

 

General objectives / Competence to be acquired

At the end of this full course, trainees will be able to:
• Deepen the study of occlusion to apply it in the daily clinical practice.

Pedagogical Strategic Objective:

At the end of this full course, trainees will be able to:
• Correctly interpret the details of the occlusion in the maxillary/mandibular functional relationships of cases treated with Orthodontics or with Functional Jaw Orthopedics, through the display of clinical cases;
• Correctly interpret the details of the occlusion in the maxillary/mandibular functional relationships of cases with TMD and orofacial pain, through the display of clinical cases;
• Correctly interpret the details of the occlusion in the maxillary/mandibular functional relationships of oral rehabilitation cases, through the display of clinical cases;
• Properly apply the selective grinding as a therapeutic resource to improve occlusion, in cast models and in human models.

Shedule:

M1 – 29 to 31 Jan., 2020
M2 – to be defined
M3 – to be defined

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