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Hotel Mövenpick– Prague*
23rd and 24th of April 2012
Contemporary Orthodontic
Treatment of Class I, Class II and Class III Malocclusions
Course Program
Advances in scientific study and technological development allow new options in treating common orthodontic situations.
More than ever, the clinical approach can be customized to each patient’s needs, while it simultaneously enhances
clinical efficiency for the doctor. This course will explore the state of the art in two critical aspects of orthodontic
treatment: appliance selection and accurate bonding.
Appliance Selection
This section will explore the concept of Variable Prescription Orthodontics in bracket selection, using straight forward
determinations to apply the necessary torque to each individual patient's needs instead of using one set of torques for all
cases. This section will also review the clinical considerations of planning and modifying a wire sequence in extraction
and non-extraction cases, and the impact of new technology in ligated and self-ligating systems.
Accurate Bonding
Along with the torque values built into the brackets, the other factor that can influence the accuracy of tooth movement is
the placement of the brackets on the teeth. This section will review bracket placement information for management of
deep bite and open bite cases, factors to include when deciding on tooth placement, and a process of indirect bonding
that has a record of consistent and accurate results.
Anoop Sondhi, D.D.S., M.S.
Dr. Anoop Sondhi received his dental degree from the Indiana University School of Dentistry, and his
post-graduate certificate and M.S. in Orthodontics from the University of Illinois in 1977. Following his
graduation, he was on the graduate faculty of the Department of Orthodontics at Indiana University.
During his full-time academic appointment at Indiana University, he maintained a part-time private
practice. Since 1988, he has been in full-time private practice in Indianapolis, and continues as a Visiting
Professor for several graduate programs in orthodontics. He has presented seminars and continuing
education courses to several dental and orthodontic organizations in the United States, and has been
invited to give courses in Canada, Central America, South America, Europe, the Far East, South Africa,
Australia and New Zealand.
Among the topics that he lectures on, Dr. Sondhi has a special interest in interceptive treatment of
complex malocclusions, the orthodontic management of temporomandibular disorders, and indirect bonding. In addition, he teaches
courses on office organization and practice management. His orthodontic practice places significant emphasis on interceptive treatment
in the management of complex malocclusions, and he continues to do a significant amount of clinical work in the diagnosis and
management of patients with disorders of the temporomandibular articulation.
* Mozartova 1, Praha 5, Czech Republic The registration fee is 360 EUR with included VAT. Early bird registration fee is 240 EUR till the 30th March 2012.
Please send registrations to [email protected]
3M Česko, spol. s r.o.
V Parku 2343/24
148 00, Praha 4
tel.: +420 261 380 357
[email protected]