Biomechanical Institute for Orthodontics Temporary Anchorage Device Workshop
12th & 13th June 2022
The course aims to equip general dentists and orthodontists with the knowledge to independently decide on orthodontic management using Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADS) thru theoretical foundations, hands-on workshop, and patient management. The students should be able to discuss and explain goals for TADS use as well as biomechanical principles related to it. Students should also be able to formulate customized treatment plans thru developing precision in bending orthodontic wires, creating custom appliances and strategic placement of TADS.
- Recognize force vectors in relation to force generation and tissue reaction on objective movements in TADS related mechanics and orthodontics in general.
- Recognize force vector sin relation to the line of action and objective movements in TADS related mechanics and orthodontics in general.
- Recognize the thought process involved in designing an appliance in relation to the treatment objectives and force vector considerations of the case.
- Recognize appliance design options following biomechanical considerations required to efficiently deliver treatment.
- Recognize principles and objectives related in utilizing auxiliaries with TADS use.
- Recognize TADS-related mechanics in vertical, horizontal, and single tooth displacements as well as recognize the thought process in utilizing TADS to produce efficient tooth movement.
- Recognize principles and objectives related to protocols for insertion in using TADS, failures and implant troubleshooting principles.
- Reinforce placement planning, implant selection and considerations using CBCT’s and digital casts.
- Simulate insertion on mock models.
- Evaluate students’ aptitude in case management thru case scenarios and objective evaluations.
Dr. Paolo Manzano
Dr. Manzano was an associate professor at the University of the East for 5 years in the undergraduate and post graduate levels until he focused on pursuing his passion for orthodontics through the Biomechanical Institute of Orthodontics study club. He conducts workshops and lectures specifically on orthodontics and on temporary anchorage devices, the first of its kind. He authored and co-authored in published studies such as novel technique for segmental distalization – TADS aided segmental mechanics, comparison of collision of TADS in salt spray test & comparison of two bracket recycling techniques.
- Force Generation
- Line of Action
- Algorithm for Orthodontic Tooth Movement
- Appliance Design
- TADS Auxiliaries
- TADS: Case Management
- TADS: Protocols and Failures
- TADS Digital Simulation and Insertion Stent Production
- Insertion Simulation using 3D printed models
- Learning Evaluation and Case Scenario Workshop
Should there be a need for cancelation or withdrawal from this course with a valid reason, kindly inform us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, at least 14 days prior to the commencement of the course date.
The following terms apply:
- Before 14 days prior to commencement: Store credit will be granted
- After 14 days prior to commencement: Forfeiture of any amount paid
- The management reserves the right to make changes due to unforeseen circumstances.