A 3rd Edition of ous International Certification of Mini Implants is here to continue training oral health professionals with information based on scientific evidence.
An opportunity you cannot miss
Directed by experts of national and international recognition. Develop step by step the necessary skills to become an expert.
Only certification in the world, including Cadaver Lab.
Classes with highly trained teachers in the areas of Anatomy, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, Radiology, Digital Techniques and Clear Aligners.
This certification has been designed by a group of experts in skeletal anchorage in the areas of anatomy, biomechanics, biomaterials, radiology, digital techniques, and clear aligners. The programmed pedagogical model begins with lectures and continues with workshops and computer simulators, ending with practices in anatomical components. This pedagogical model guarantees that the professional masters step by step all the skills required for the placement and use of skeletal anchors in all available areas.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CERTIFICATION
The academic program has been based on scientific evidence, which guarantees that the information offered is duly confirmed.
Mixed pedagogical model which includes computer simulators for the diagnosis and placement of skeletal anchors and instruction for preparation of surgical placement guides.
Review of anatomical structures and placement of mini-implants in anatomical components. (Cadaver Lab.)
The course Offers the professionals real hands-on experience to apply what they have learned, turning insecurities into skills.
August 1 (6:45am ) Introduction to the immense world of skeletal anchorages in orthodontics. Definition, classification and design Characteristics.
August 4 (7:00am) All you need to know about anatomy to be successful placing Skeletal anchorages in orthodontics.
August 8 (7:00am) The role of soft tissues in the stability and biomechanical efficiency of Skeletal anchorages in orthodontics.
August 11 (7:00am) The bone, the key player in the stability of the SA. Principles of the bone-anchorage interface formation.
August 15 (7:00am) Basic concepts of biomechanics that you should know to work with SA in orthodontics.
August 18 (7:00am) Imageology in Orthodontics. 2D and 3D digital diagnosis focus in Skeletal anchorage sin orthodontics.
August 22 (7:00am) Digital workflow of diagnosis and planning in Skeletal anchorages placement.
August 25 (7:00am) Round table. Solving questions. Q & A session.
8:00am Speakers & participants introduction
8:30am Review of different designs and brands of skeletal anchors and the required tools to place them. Hands On.
9.30am Review of Anatomical structures and Extra-alveolar sites. Real dry skulls. New anatomical sites.
10:30am Coffe Break
11:00am am Review of Anatomical structures and Extra-alveolar sites. Real dry skulls. New anatomical sites.
11:30am “Insertion procedures: Inter radicular
and palate sites.”
2:00pm Review of Anatomical structures and Extra-alveolar sites. Real dry skulls.
3:00pm Hands On, on real animal mandibles.
4:00pm Coffe Break
4:30pm Digital workflow of diagnosis and planning in Skeletal anchorages placement.
8:00am Secrets of effective management of skeletal anchors with clear aligners
9:00am Designing effective biomechanics for different malocclusions using TSADs; includes: maxillary expansion assisted by mini implants.
10:00am Cofee Break
10:30am HANDS ON, bending cantilevers to correct impacted teeth, molar up righting and intrusion arches using TSADs.
11:30am Different approaches for Mini-implant supported palatal expanders.
2:30pm Clinical cases. Space closure using mini -implants in mass teeth distalization, Functional occlusal plane changes. Principles of the indirect anchorage using TADs.
4:00pm Coffee break
4:30pm Crossing borders in the use of skeletal anchorages in orthodontics. Orthopedic changes and complex cases.
6:00am UniCIEO – CLEMI transfer
7:30am Breakfast and introduction to the practice in CLEMI Institute
8:00am Evaluation of anatomical structures and insertion procedures in extra alveolar sites: Mandibular Shelf, retromolar area, palate and inter radicular.
11:00am Prosections of the anatomical areas in fresh frozen anatomical component.
12:00 m – 1:30pm CLEMI – UniCIEO transfer
1:30pm Closure lunch (diploma awarding)
Training for orthodontists based on scientific evidence
Carrera 5 No. 118 – 10 Fundación Universitaria CIEO – UNICIEO
Accredited by Fundacion Universitaria CIEO UniCIEO, CLEMI