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Lecture Outline

Twenty years of proven SL technology has been simplified and refined in today’s self-ligating bracket systems.
Learn how a state-of-the-art self-ligating bracket system can safely deliver faster results with more time between appointments, and reduce your chair time while you’re at it! Using a passive, low force and low friction system provides substantial advantages over conventional orthodontic mechanics. The use of wires with longer activation life, in combination with self-ligating brackets, makes it possible to see patients every 8 to 10 weeks and you will also keep a more uniform direction of movement through less frequent changes of wires. Employing progressively different sizes of super elastic archwires applies gentle and consistent force to the teeth that generate results without harming the supporting tissue.

This lecture focuses on Carriere SLX passive self-ligating straight-wire system, which utilizes the proven combination of passive self-ligating brackets, very light forces and a simplified treatment philosophy to provide remarkable advantages over traditional orthodontic approaches.

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  • Sagittal first philosophy and why it is such an efficiency new concept.
  • Treating Class II and III cases using the Carriere Motion 3D appliances.
  • The perfect combination of the carriere Motion 3D appliances with aligners and the new Carriere SLX 3D system.
  • Show how TAD’s can be combined with the Carriere Motion 3D.
  • Digital side topic. Good material on the use of CBCT in orthodontics.
  • Lecturer

    Prof. Khaled Hazem Attia (CV)

  • Date:
    24 May , 2019
    Time:
    10.00 – 18.00
  • Location:
    Warszawa, Hotel Lord
  • Price

    230 EUR

    Deadline of payment 18.04.2019

  • Language
    English
  • Level
    All
  • The course price includes: lunch and coffee breaks arranged in the course location.
    Bank account:
    SWIFT : PPABPLPK
    IBAN : PL 72 1600 1462 1845 0581 2000 0002
    BNP PARIBAS

     

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