Docteur Björn Ludwig
Björn Ludwig maintains a private orthodontic practice in Traben-Trarbach, Germany, he is Assistant Professor at the University of Homburg/Saar, Department of Orthodontics. His focus of research work is skelettal anchorage and 3D imaging.
He has published more than 200 peer reviewed clinical and scientific articles, and is editor of three books and is editor in chief of the Quintessenz publication “Kieferorthopädie” (Orthodontics).
He is also co-editor of the Journal of Clinical Orthodontics and active member of the Angle society of Europe and serves in the council of the German board in Orthodontics.
This eminent scientist is the current president of the European Begg Society.
High-tech or low-tech?
The treatment aims of orthodontics, like occlusion, aesthetics and function, didn´t change too much during the last decades. Besides that, the diagnostic and treatment range of modern orthodontics got much wider.
New high-tech tools and innovations promise to easily guide us to success. But still achieving acceptable or even excellent orthodontic results seem to be “not easy” in real life everyday orthodontic practice.
This course will discuss everyday challenges in orthodontic diagnostics and treatment.
High- and low-tech biomechanics will be demonstrated, clinical tips and tricks will be given and failures will be shown.
All this will be illustrated presenting a wide range of clinical examples and discussed with the orthodontic literature.
4 sections of 90 minutes, welcome from 8H30
1. Diagnostics and growth – 2D/3D failures and errors
2. Aligning teeth – brackets, wire or aligners – conservative or progressive?
3. Anchorage support and sophisticated biomechanics
4. Stability and some surgery
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