USO DE MINI-IMPLANTES

Para correcciones ortodoncicas y ortopédicas

SECTION I GIVEN BY DR. WON MOON (18-19 / OCTOBER / 2019)

 

I. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH THE USE OF MINI-IMPLANTS (MI)

1. Introduction to the Mini-Implants Course and its advanced use in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics and the relationship that will be established with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The meeting point between different ideas and emerging technology.

2. Description of MI: Types of MI. Parts, elements, sizes and difference between them.

3. Attachments for insertion and management.

4. Auxiliary elements and forms of connection to M.  depending on the needs for both fixed appliances and aligners.

5. Place of insertion. Ideal areas.

II. CLINICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL APPLICATIONS

1. Clinical application of Mini-Implants and biomechanics: considerations of anchoring, absence of teeth, cases of extraction, retraction “in mass”, protraction “in mass”, canting OF of the occlusal plane, surgical Set-Ups, etc.

III. CORRECTION OF TRANSVERSAL PROBLEMS

1. Maxillary Skeletal Expander (MSE) Non-surgical expansion of the midface with Micro-Implant Assisted MSE. A special type of MARPE.

Part 1: Considerations in the design. Manufacturing of the MSE. Place of placement. Expansion Protocols.
Part 2: Advantages / Clinical disadvantages of the MSE. Description of the Effects in Circummaxillary Structures. Presentation of clinical cases.
Part 3: Updates and presentation of clinical cases. Digital design using STL files superimposed to DICOMs files.
Part 4: Protocol for combining the MSE with Invisalign. A new alternative treatment for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.

IV. CORRECTION OF SAGGITAL PROBLEMS

1. Anterio-posterior movement using micro-implants. Retraction “en masse” of the entire dental arch with MI. Distalization in cases of class II, class III and biprotrusions.

2. Sagittal dimension: orthodontic correction of class II patients and orthopedic correction of growing class II patients, including patients with open angle.

3. Intraoral Orthopedic Approach for Skeletal Class III. Treatment using Rapid Palatal Expansion (RPE) and Lip-Bumper

SECTION II GIVEN BY DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK (15-16 / NOVEMBER / 2019)

 

V. CORRECTION OF VERTICAL PROBLEMS

1. Vertical dimension: Correction of open bite with MI: Can we treat all cases? Management of patients with increased and decreased lower facial height 

2. Deepbite correction by molar extrusion and increase of the lower facail third. Retention. Inserting MI protocol.

VI. CORRECTION OF SAGITAL PROBLEMS IN COMBINATION WITH VERTICAL PROBLEMS

1. Orthodontic and orthopedic treatment of patients in Class III growth. Special attention in dolichofacial patients.

2. Orthodontic and orthopedic treatment of patients with finished skeletal growth (adults) of Class III. Non-surgical treatment of class III surgery cases.

3. Correction of facial aesthetics using the dentition as a tool: Molar Intrusion with mini-implants for vertical excess with anterior open bite and vertical excess without anterior MA bite.

4. Orthopedic treatment of growing patients and adults. Occlusal plane control and mandibular plane. Digital design of the Smile. Ideal display of incisors and elaboration of the smile line.

VII. CORRECTION OF ASYMMETRIES

1. Asymmetric Movement: Midline, Canting correction and Chin Point Control using Mini-Implants.

SECTION III GIVEN BY DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL (13-14 / DECEMBER / 2019)

 

VIII. MINI-IMPLANTS in combination with Aligners

 

A. Transverse corrections and airway considerations

1. Midfacial Skeletal Expansion (MSE) vs. Rapid Palatal Expansion (RPE) in combination with Aligners and Anterior Lower Miniplates or Facemask

B. Sagittal corrections

1. Dental correction; Bodily dental movements: In-mass distalization of Upper and Lower dental arches.

2. Dental correction; Specific dental movements: Posterior distalization, Posterior mesialization and Anterior distalization (extraction cases)

3. Skeletal correction: Maxillary protraction in children, adolescents and adult patients

4. Skeletal correction: Mandibular advancement in growing patients

C. Vertical corrections.

1. Dental correction. Anterior dental movements of upper and lower: Anterior intrusion (Deep-bite) and Anterior extrusion (Open-bite)

2. Dental and Skeletal corrections. Posterior dental movements of upper and lower teeth with skeletal accommodation: Posterior extrusion (Deep-bite) and Posterior intrusion (Open-bite)

D. Other movements

1. Molar uprighting correction: Transverse molar uprighting. Sagittal molar uprighting: Crown distalization and Root mesialization

2. Molar Intrusion: Direct anchorage for molar intrusion and Indirect anchorage for molar intrusion 

3. Force eruption of retained and impacted teeth correction 

4. Occlusal plane control and Dental Midline correction

IX. OTHER CONTENTS

1. MI in lingual orthodontics.

2. Failures, Problem solving and Risk management in the use of MI.

3. Tissue-friendly strategic orthodontics: Activated Extra-length (AEL) NiTi / Stripping before leveling / low friction mechanics

SECTION IV AND RESIDENCE PROVIDED BY DR. WON MOON AND DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE CALIFORNIA, LOS ÁNGELES (UCLA | 27-29 / APRIL / 2020)

 

X. UPDATE IN DIGITAL DENTISTRY.

1. New digital protocols in orthodontics from the digital point of view.

2. Corticopuntions with digital surgical guide.

3. MSE digital design overlaying STL with CBCT.

4. Digital analysis of the expansion with CBCT overlays.

XI. UPDATE ON THE CORRECTION OF TRANSVERSAL PROBLEMS

1. Maxillary Skeletal Expander (MSE) Part 5: Non-surgical expansion of the midface with Micro-Implant Assisted MSE. A special type of MARPE. Updates and presentation of clinical cases.

2. Certification ceremony.

3. Visit the University of UCLA.

 

CLINICAL RESIDENCY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

Travel to the United States with your classmates to get to know one of the best universities in the world in the field of orthodontics, the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). There you can enjoy watching how they make use of the mini-implants by the hand of their director Dr. Won Moon in real patients.

What is the Clinical Residency?

  1. Study with the third year residents the different cases that will be seen the next day at the clinic with real patients.
  2. Adaptation of technology to the world of orthodontics. Implementation of new protocols and updating in the field of mini-implants.
  3. UCLA Clinic. Clinical observation in real patients with Dr. Won Moon.
  4. UCLA Clinic. Clinical observation in real patients of other treatment philosophies with other UCLA doctors.

– During these days, you can live the university environment in the orthodontics department of the University of California, Los Angeles ( UCLA).

– Director, Dr. Moon, will give us an in-depth update on the highlights of mini-implants.

– It will be possible to interact with the residents of the orthodontic master of UCLA during the care of their patients. < /p>

– It will be observed how they treat different types of malocclusions with different philosophies but using mini-implants as an auxiliary tool.

– The stay includes guided tours of the university and different departments.

– After the conference, optional plans will be organized to get to know the city and the Gala Dinner will be held on the last day after the clinic.

HANDS-ON IN REAL PATIENTS IN MADRID SUPERVISED BY DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL (OPTION 3 | DATE TO BE AGREED BEFORE APRIL 2020)

 

DETAILS OF CLINICAL ASSISTANCE

– Take the opportunity to go to the Dr. Mompell clinic in Madrid to be able to place the mini-implants in real patients . If you wish you can bring your own patient and continue receiving the assistance of Dr. Mompell during the process.

– Clinical assistance consists in guiding the doctor for the placement of mini-implants on a real patient of the Dr’s Mompell clinic. You can also choose to place a MARPE and you can even go with a patient of your own so that Dr. Mompell can proceed with the placement of mini-implants or mini-plates.

– The material to be used in case of being a surgical patient suministrated by the student is not included in the price of clinical assistance . In the same way, the student must send all the necessary records for the evaluation of the case prior to the placement of the mini-implants.

– In case of mini-plate placement, the surgeon’s fees are included and he will place the mini-plates. The student will be the one who makes them and adapts them at the time of the intervention.

– In case of carrying out the protocol of MARPE + Invisalign of Dr. Mompell, Dr. Mompell will guide the student in all the process of making the aligners. The student will design the Clin-check, cement it and place the mini-implants.

USO DE MINI-IMPLANTES para correcciones ortodoncicas y ortopédicas

  • SECTION I
  • SECTION II
  • SECTION III
  • SECTION IV + UCLA OBSERVATION
  • REAL PATIENT HANDS-ON

SECTION I GIVEN BY DR. WON MOON (18-19 / OCTOBER / 2019)

 

I. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH THE USE OF MINI-IMPLANTS (MI)

1. Introduction to the Mini-Implants Course and its advanced use in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics and the relationship that will be established with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The meeting point between different ideas and emerging technology.

2. Description of MI: Types of MI. Parts, elements, sizes and difference between them.

3. Attachments for insertion and management.

4. Auxiliary elements and forms of connection to M.  depending on the needs for both fixed appliances and aligners.

5. Place of insertion. Ideal areas.

II. CLINICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL APPLICATIONS

1. Clinical application of Mini-Implants and biomechanics: considerations of anchoring, absence of teeth, cases of extraction, retraction “in mass”, protraction “in mass”, canting OF of the occlusal plane, surgical Set-Ups, etc.

III. CORRECTION OF TRANSVERSAL PROBLEMS

1. Maxillary Skeletal Expander (MSE) Non-surgical expansion of the midface with Micro-Implant Assisted MSE. A special type of MARPE.

Part 1: Considerations in the design. Manufacturing of the MSE. Place of placement. Expansion Protocols.
Part 2: Advantages / Clinical disadvantages of the MSE. Description of the Effects in Circummaxillary Structures. Presentation of clinical cases.
Part 3: Updates and presentation of clinical cases. Digital design using STL files superimposed to DICOMs files.
Part 4: Protocol for combining the MSE with Invisalign. A new alternative treatment for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.

IV. CORRECTION OF SAGGITAL PROBLEMS

1. Anterio-posterior movement using micro-implants. Retraction “en masse” of the entire dental arch with MI. Distalization in cases of class II, class III and biprotrusions.

2. Sagittal dimension: orthodontic correction of class II patients and orthopedic correction of growing class II patients, including patients with open angle.

3. Intraoral Orthopedic Approach for Skeletal Class III. Treatment using Rapid Palatal Expansion (RPE) and Lip-Bumper

SECTION II GIVEN BY DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK (15-16 / NOVEMBER / 2019)

 

V. CORRECTION OF VERTICAL PROBLEMS

1. Vertical dimension: Correction of open bite with MI: Can we treat all cases? Management of patients with increased and decreased lower facial height 

2. Deepbite correction by molar extrusion and increase of the lower facail third. Retention. Inserting MI protocol.

VI. CORRECTION OF SAGITAL PROBLEMS IN COMBINATION WITH VERTICAL PROBLEMS

1. Orthodontic and orthopedic treatment of patients in Class III growth. Special attention in dolichofacial patients.

2. Orthodontic and orthopedic treatment of patients with finished skeletal growth (adults) of Class III. Non-surgical treatment of class III surgery cases.

3. Correction of facial aesthetics using the dentition as a tool: Molar Intrusion with mini-implants for vertical excess with anterior open bite and vertical excess without anterior MA bite.

4. Orthopedic treatment of growing patients and adults. Occlusal plane control and mandibular plane. Digital design of the Smile. Ideal display of incisors and elaboration of the smile line.

VII. CORRECTION OF ASYMMETRIES

1. Asymmetric Movement: Midline, Canting correction and Chin Point Control using Mini-Implants.

SECTION III GIVEN BY DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL (13-14 / DECEMBER / 2019)

 

VIII. MINI-IMPLANTS in combination with Aligners

 

A. Transverse corrections and airway considerations

1. Midfacial Skeletal Expansion (MSE) vs. Rapid Palatal Expansion (RPE) in combination with Aligners and Anterior Lower Miniplates or Facemask

B. Sagittal corrections

1. Dental correction; Bodily dental movements: In-mass distalization of Upper and Lower dental arches.

2. Dental correction; Specific dental movements: Posterior distalization, Posterior mesialization and Anterior distalization (extraction cases)

3. Skeletal correction: Maxillary protraction in children, adolescents and adult patients

4. Skeletal correction: Mandibular advancement in growing patients

C. Vertical corrections.

1. Dental correction. Anterior dental movements of upper and lower: Anterior intrusion (Deep-bite) and Anterior extrusion (Open-bite)

2. Dental and Skeletal corrections. Posterior dental movements of upper and lower teeth with skeletal accommodation: Posterior extrusion (Deep-bite) and Posterior intrusion (Open-bite)

D. Other movements

1. Molar uprighting correction: Transverse molar uprighting. Sagittal molar uprighting: Crown distalization and Root mesialization

2. Molar Intrusion: Direct anchorage for molar intrusion and Indirect anchorage for molar intrusion 

3. Force eruption of retained and impacted teeth correction 

4. Occlusal plane control and Dental Midline correction

IX. OTHER CONTENTS

1. MI in lingual orthodontics.

2. Failures, Problem solving and Risk management in the use of MI.

3. Tissue-friendly strategic orthodontics: Activated Extra-length (AEL) NiTi / Stripping before leveling / low friction mechanics

SECTION IV AND RESIDENCE PROVIDED BY DR. WON MOON AND DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE CALIFORNIA, LOS ÁNGELES (UCLA | 27-29 / APRIL / 2020)

 

X. UPDATE IN DIGITAL DENTISTRY.

1. New digital protocols in orthodontics from the digital point of view.

2. Corticopuntions with digital surgical guide.

3. MSE digital design overlaying STL with CBCT.

4. Digital analysis of the expansion with CBCT overlays.

XI. UPDATE ON THE CORRECTION OF TRANSVERSAL PROBLEMS

1. Maxillary Skeletal Expander (MSE) Part 5: Non-surgical expansion of the midface with Micro-Implant Assisted MSE. A special type of MARPE. Updates and presentation of clinical cases.

2. Certification ceremony.

3. Visit the University of UCLA.

 

CLINICAL RESIDENCY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES

Travel to the United States with your classmates to get to know one of the best universities in the world in the field of orthodontics, the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). There you can enjoy watching how they make use of the mini-implants by the hand of their director Dr. Won Moon in real patients.

What is the Clinical Residency?

  1. Study with the third year residents the different cases that will be seen the next day at the clinic with real patients.
  2. Adaptation of technology to the world of orthodontics. Implementation of new protocols and updating in the field of mini-implants.
  3. UCLA Clinic. Clinical observation in real patients with Dr. Won Moon.
  4. UCLA Clinic. Clinical observation in real patients of other treatment philosophies with other UCLA doctors.

– During these days, you can live the university environment in the orthodontics department of the University of California, Los Angeles ( UCLA).

– Director, Dr. Moon, will give us an in-depth update on the highlights of mini-implants.

– It will be possible to interact with the residents of the orthodontic master of UCLA during the care of their patients. < /p>

– It will be observed how they treat different types of malocclusions with different philosophies but using mini-implants as an auxiliary tool.

– The stay includes guided tours of the university and different departments.

– After the conference, optional plans will be organized to get to know the city and the Gala Dinner will be held on the last day after the clinic.

HANDS-ON IN REAL PATIENTS IN MADRID SUPERVISED BY DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL (OPTION 3 | DATE TO BE AGREED BEFORE APRIL 2020)

 

DETAILS OF CLINICAL ASSISTANCE

– Take the opportunity to go to the Dr. Mompell clinic in Madrid to be able to place the mini-implants in real patients . If you wish you can bring your own patient and continue receiving the assistance of Dr. Mompell during the process.

– Clinical assistance consists in guiding the doctor for the placement of mini-implants on a real patient of the Dr’s Mompell clinic. You can also choose to place a MARPE and you can even go with a patient of your own so that Dr. Mompell can proceed with the placement of mini-implants or mini-plates.

– The material to be used in case of being a surgical patient suministrated by the student is not included in the price of clinical assistance . In the same way, the student must send all the necessary records for the evaluation of the case prior to the placement of the mini-implants.

– In case of mini-plate placement, the surgeon’s fees are included and he will place the mini-plates. The student will be the one who makes them and adapts them at the time of the intervention.

– In case of carrying out the protocol of MARPE + Invisalign of Dr. Mompell, Dr. Mompell will guide the student in all the process of making the aligners. The student will design the Clin-check, cement it and place the mini-implants.

HANDS-ON

1

Hand-On 1

PLACING MINI-IMPLANTS AND AUXILIARY ELEMENTS

1. Placement of different types and sizes of MI in the different anatomical areas:
a) on biomodels with real consistency of soft and hard tissues.
b) on mandible and maxilla of lamb
c) on mandible and maxilla of pig
2. Placement of auxiliary elements on the different MI heads.

2

Hand-On 2

ANALOGUE / DIGITAL DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF MAXILLARY SKELETAL EXPANDER (MSE)

1. Design of the Maxillary Skeletal Expander (MSE) on a biomodel with a real consistency of soft and hard tissues
2. Installation of MSE
3. Placement of MSE mini-implants with wranch and manual screwdriver
4. Remotion of the MSE

3

Hand-On 3

ANATOMICAL STUDY ON BIOMODELS / REAL SKULL AND PLACEMENT OF MINI PLATES

1. Placement of mini-implants and mini plates of different brands for assessment by the student
2. Study on the real skull of the maxillary bones and circummaxillary structures after expansion and maxillary protraction on articulable biomodel.

4

Hand-On 4

INTERACTION WITH THE ONLINE PLATFORM TO REQUEST DIGITAL DESIGNS

1. Interaction with the digital platform to learn how to request MSE Digital, Guidelines for Corticopunctions and Digital Guides for Mini-Implant Placement.

5

Hand-On 5

OBSERVATION OF PATIENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY CLINIC OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ÁNGELES (UCLA)

1. Study with the third year residents of the different cases that will be seen the next day in the clinic of UCLA with Real Patients.

6

Hand-On 6

TREATMENT TO PATIENTS IN CLINIC OF DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL FOR PLACING MINI-IMPLANTS / MSE / MINI-PLATES

Direct treatment by the student to Dr. Ramón Mompell's patients or their own patients for the placement of MSE / Mini-Implants / Mini-Plates.

How to Register for the Course?

1. INFORMATION

You can see all the information on this website or request information to your e-mail.

MORE INFORMATION

2. PRE-REGISTRATION

Complete your Pre-Registration to apply for your place, selecting option 1, option 2 or option 3.

PRE-REGISTRATION

3. REGISTRATION

You will receive an e-mail with all the details to reserve your place (1990 €) and formalize your registration.

MORE INFORMATION

REQUEST PROGRAM AND COST

DR.WON MOON

– Program Director, Post-Doctoral Orthodontic Program, Section Orthodontics, UCLA

– Director, International Affairs, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics.

– Program Director, Combined Pediatric/Orthodontic Programs, UCLA School of Dentistry, 2004-2010

– Program Director for Southern Region, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists (PCSO), 2005-2007

– Reviewer, the Angle Orthodontist, since 2012

– Reviewer, Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics, since 2012

– Harvard School of Dental Medici- ne, D.M.D., 1989

– University of California, Irvine, BS in Mathematics, 1984

DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK & DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL

– Active member of the research team in the Craniofacial Growth and Development Division. Dep. Orthodontics, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

– Professor at Ajou University, Seoul, Korea.

– Professor at the University of Coimbra, Portugal.

– Master’s Degree in Orthodontics and Craniofacial Orthopedics. Jiménez Díaz Foundation.

– Clinical residency, Dep. Orthodontics, Sao Paulo University (USP), Brazil

– Invisalign Diamond II

SPEAKERS

PROFESORES

DR. WON MOON

– Program Director, Post-Doctoral Orthodontic Program, Section Orthodontics, UCLA

– Director, International Affairs, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics.

– Program Director, Combined Pediatric/Orthodontic Programs, UCLA School of Dentistry, 2004-2010

– Program Director for Southern Region, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists (PCSO), 2005-2007

– Reviewer, the Angle Orthodontist, since 2012

– Reviewer, Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics, since 2012

– Harvard School of Dental Medici- ne, D.M.D., 1989

– University of California, Irvine, BS in Mathematics, 1984

DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK

– Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Orthodontics, Dental College Hospital, Seoul National University since 2001

– Visiting faculty, Dept. of Ortho- dontics, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA since 2003

– Clinical Professor, Dept of Ortho- dontics, Samsung Hospital since 1997

– President, Korean Society of Orthodontics (KSO) in 2007-2008

– Visiting faculty, Division of Ortho- dontics, Dept. of Growth and Deve- lopment, Univ. of California, San Francisco, USA

– Chairman and Director, Dept. of Orthodontics, Chong-A Hospital, Seoul 1991-1994

– 3 National Licenses of Dentist – KOREA, JAPAN & U.S.A.(Californa)

DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL

– Active member of the research team in the Craniofacial Growth and Development Division. Dep. Orthodontics, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).

– Professor at the University of Ajou, Seoul, Korea.

– Professor at the University of Coimbra, Portugal.

– Master in Orthodontics and Craniofacial Orthopedics. Jiménez Díaz Foundation Hospital. Madrid.

– Clinical residency, Department of Orthodontics, University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil.

– Invisalign Diamond II.

Which option better fit with you?

Course details

Speakers

Dr. Won MOON, Dr. Ramón MOMPELL, Dr. Cheol-Ho PAIK.

Modality

On Site Theoretical-Practical Course, Hands-On, Clinical Observation and Real Patients.

Dates

MODULAR: Section I: 18-19 October 2019. (FRIDAY - SATURDAY), Section II: 15-16 November 2019. (FRIDAY - SATURDAY), Section III: 13-14 December 2019. (FRIDAY - SATURDAY), Section IV + Clinical Observation (27-29 April 2020) and Hands-On in Patients (Date decided by the Student before April 2020).

Duration

MODULAR: 4 Sections of 2 days each + 3 days at UCLA.

Schedule

MODULAR: Friday: 10 am-6pm, Saturdays: 9 am-6pm

Cost

OPTION 1: € 4990 (Reservation: € 1990)
OPTION 2: € 5990 (Reservation: € 1990)
OPTION 3: € 6590 (Reservation: € 1990)

Payment Methods

OPTION 1: € 4990: Reservation (€ 1990) + Payment 1 (€ 1500) + Payment 2 (€ 1500)
OPTION 2: € 5990: Reservation (€ 1990) + Payment 1 (€ 2000) + Payment 2 (€ 2000)
OPTION 3: € 6590: Reservation (€ 1990) + Payment 1 (€ 2300) + Payment 2 (€ 2300)

Place and Language

Location: Utopicus: C / Príncipe de Vergara 112, 28002, Madrid, Spain.
Language: Simultaneous English-Spanish Translation

Course details

Speakers

Dr. Won MOON, Dr. Ramón MOMPELL, Dr. Cheol-Ho PAIK.

Modality

On Site Theoretical-Practical Course, Hands-On, Clinical Observation and Real Patients.

Dates

MODULAR: Section I: 18-19 October 2019. (FRIDAY - SATURDAY), Section II: 15-16 November 2019. (FRIDAY - SATURDAY), Section III: 13-14 December 2019. (FRIDAY - SATURDAY), Section IV + Clinical Observation (27-29 April 2020) and Hands-On in Patients (Date decided by the Student before April 2020).

Duration

MODULAR: 4 Sections of 2 days each + 3 days at UCLA.

Schedule

MODULAR: Friday: 10 am-6pm, Saturdays: 9 am-6pm

Cost

OPTION 1: € 4990 (Reservation: € 1990)
OPTION 2: € 5990 (Reservation: € 1990)
OPTION 3: € 6590 (Reservation: € 1990)

Payment Methods

OPTION 1: € 4990: Reservation (€ 1990) + Payment 1 (€ 1500) + Payment 2 (€ 1500)
OPTION 2: € 5990: Reservation (€ 1990) + Payment 1 (€ 2000) + Payment 2 (€ 2000)
OPTION 3: € 6590: Reservation (€ 1990) + Payment 1 (€ 2300) + Payment 2 (€ 2300)

Place and Language

Location: Utopicus: C / Príncipe de Vergara 112, 28002, Madrid, Spain.
Language: Simultaneous English-Spanish Translation

Clinical Cases

REQUEST PROGRAM AND COST

BIOMODEL | DESIGNED BY DR. MOMPELL

For the realization of the Hands-On will use the biomodel designed by Dr. Mompell exclusively for this course. Thanks to this biomodel you can:

1. Analyze the real consistency of hard and soft tissues.

2. Study the different anatomical structures.

3. Place the MSE and disarticulate the model.

4. Place different micro-screws and mini-plates.

5. The model is totally radiographic to evaluate tooth structures after MI placement.

BIOMODEL | DESIGNED BY DR. MOMPELL

For the realization of the Hands-On will use the biomodel designed by Dr. Mompell exclusively for this course. Thanks to this biomodel you can:

1. Analyze the real consistency of hard and soft tissues.

2. Study the different anatomical structures.

3. Place the MSE and disarticulate the model.

4. Place different micro-screws and mini-plates.

5. The model is totally radiographic to evaluate tooth structures after MI placement.

FREQUENT QUESTIONS

What differentiates this course from others?

This course is the only course on a European level with support from the University of California Los Angeles.

The three course graduates are speakers are regular collaborators of the University so they share a similar work philosophy with both fixed appliances and aligners.

The combination of theory and hands-on in each section allows the participant to assimilate the concepts and put them into practice.

This course allows the student to establish a real relationship with the University of California (UCLA) to stay current in the field of skeletal anchoring.

If after the course you feel that you still need some help in your first cases, Dr. Mompell gives the opportunity to assist you clinically in those first cases.

The main objective of the course is that the participant knows the biomechanics to be used with the mini-implants and help him to include it in his clinic in a safe and reliable way.

Registration Process in the Mini-Implants Course

To enroll in the advanced course of Mini Implants, you must fill out the form with your data in the Pre-Registration area and the following process will begin.

1. Fill in the pre-registration form .

2. You receive an e-mail with the account number of Dentalgram Formación S.L. to reserve your place.

3. You make the bank transfer and send us the proof of payment.

4. We confirm receipt of payment and notify you of the deadlines for the second and third payment.

How is the course payment made?

Once the registration process is completed, you will obtain all the data to make the first payment.

Payment by Bank Transfer.

First payment: Reserve a place. (1990 €)

Second Payment: 50% of the remaining amount.

Third Payment: Last 50% of the total cost of the course.

What is the Clinical Stay? (Option 2 and 3)

As a complement to your training, with the completion of this course we offer you an optional Clinical Stay at the University of California (UCLA) that includes the following:

Adaptation of technology to the world of orthodontics. Implementation of new protocols and updating in the field of mini-implants

UCLA clinic. Clinical observation in real patients with Dr. Won Moon.

UCLA clinic. Clinical observation in real patients of other treatment philosophies with other UCLA doctors.

It will take place between April 27 and 29, 2020

What is clinical assistance in real patients? (Option 3)

Clinical assistance consists of receiving clinical help from Dr. Mompell in the installation of mini-implants, placement of the MARPE (MSE) or preparation of ClinCheck Invisalign for its subsequent integration with the use of mini-implants.

The patient is provided by the student or by Dr. Mompell. The procedure will be carried out at Dr. Mompell’s clinic in Madrid.

The date will be agreed between Dr. Mompell and the course assistant.

What materials are included in the price?

All practical materials are included in the price. This includes an MSE for its installation with 4 mini implants and all the material for its installation, biomodels of real consistency, animal models and different micro-screws and miniplates from different companies.

Meals and coffee breaks are included on the days of the course in Madrid.

TESTIMONIALS / Students from other editions

"Un curso muy ameno e interesante, con un profesorado de muy alto nivel, una organización de 10 e increible experiencia la vivida en UCLA . Muy recomendable!" Dr. Juan Lorente. España 🇪🇸
“Un curso súper profesional y bien organizado. Ramón Domínguez-Mompell nos ha traído la UCLA a España y nos ha llevado a la UCLA, una gran experiencia personal y profesional.” Dra. Maria J. Pérez Rodríguez. España 🇪🇸
"El curso completo de mini-implantes me ha permitido incorporar los microtornillos de forma definitiva en mi clínica. Ahora me siento capaz y con confianza de tratar las maloclusiones más complicadas gracias a las prácticas realizadas durante el curso." Dr. Carlos Maira, España 🇪🇸
"I have learned many different aspects of using mini implant in this course and I highly recommend the course to the future doctor who are interested using mini implant as anchorage and MARPE in their clinical practice." Dr. Amir Moradi, Orthodontist Specialist (UK & Norway) 🇬🇧🇳🇴
"Un curso realmente interesante sobretodo por tener la oportunidad de trabajar junto a profesores tan profesionales y tener la oportunidad de ver casos de mini-implantes" en University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Dra. Marta Escudero, España 🇪🇸
"Thank you Dr. Ramon for the excellent organization of the course. A week full of information in the circle of like-minded people, the exchange of experience and new information. An excellent presentation of theoretical material. Special thanks for the practical part on the “super” tipodonts!" Dr. Tatiana Lenko. Rusia 🇷🇺

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CV DEL DR. WON MOON

DR. WON MOON

California, Estados Unidos

- Program Director, Post-Doctoral Orthodontic Program, Section Orthodontics, UCLA

- Director, International Affairs, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Orthodontics.

- Program Director, Combined Pediatric/Orthodontic Programs, UCLA School of Dentistry, 2004-2010

- Program Director for Southern Region, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists (PCSO), 2005-2007

- Reviewer, the Angle Orthodontist, since 2012

- Reviewer, Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics, since 2012

- Harvard School of Dental Medici- ne, D.M.D., 1989

- University of California, Irvine, BS in Mathematics, 1984

BIO DR. WON MOON

Dr. Won Moon is the director of Orthodontics of Thomas R. Bales and serves as program director of the Orthodontic Residence at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He is a graduate of the American Board of Orthodontics since 2002. He completed his dental education at Harvard and orthodontic education at UCLA. He studied mathematics before dentistry, and his research topics include 3D image analysis using surface mapping functions and elliptic Fourier’s Descriptors, study of genomewide association of craniofacial phenotypes, development of finite element models and simulation, 3D printing applications in orthodontics, orthopedic correction, airway changes following orthopedic corrections, accelerated tooth movement, and mini-implant (MI) design study.

His work has been published in several journals, not necessarily limited to orthodontics because of his background, and is a co-author of two textbooks. He has presented these findings in 15 countries, totaling more than 150 presentations. His current focus has been on establishing protocols for orthopedic corrections with MI, improving the airway for patients with nasal obstruction, and creating virtual patients by imaging.

His interest in the expansion of the facial mid-third began in 2003 when mini-implants were put on sale in the US, and is the developer of the Maxillary Skeletal Expander (MSE), an exclusive mini-implant assisted expander (MARPE ) to perform rapid palatal expansions. It is a supporter of non-surgical skeletal expansion in both children and adult patients, especially for those who may suffer from respiratory restrictions. His presentation at MSE has been widely accepted internationally, and numerous publications are available.

CV DEL DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK

DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK

Seúl, Corea

- Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Orthodontics, Dental College Hospital, Seoul National University since 2001

- Visiting faculty, Dept. of Ortho- dontics, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA since 2003

- Clinical Professor, Dept of Ortho- dontics, Samsung Hospital since 1997

- President, Korean Society of Orthodontics (KSO) in 2007-2008

- Visiting faculty, Division of Ortho- dontics, Dept. of Growth and Deve- lopment, Univ. of California, San Francisco, USA

- Chairman and Director, Dept. of Orthodontics, Chong-A Hospital, Seoul 1991-1994

- 3 National Licenses of Dentist - KOREA, JAPAN & U.S.A.(Californa)

BIO DR. CHEOL-HO PAIK

Dr. Cheol-Ho Paik is a private orthodontist at the sai orthodontic center in seoul, korea. He is also associate clinical professor in the orthodontic department of seoul national university. In the united states, he is a member of the angle society and visiting professor of the department of orthodontics at ucla and ucsf. He graduated in dentistry at seoul national university and received orthodontic training and ph.d. from the department of orthodontics at Tsurumi University in Yokohama, Japan.

His main interest is in the eld of mini-implants (mi) with numerous publications and conferences on this subject. He is the rst author of the textbook ‘orthodontic miniscrew implants’ published by mosby / elsevier. in addition, he is one of the most frequent collaborators in the journal of clinical orthodontics (jco), since its main area of interest is the clinical eld. His current focus has been the technique called tissue- friendly strategic orthodontics and facial change through dental intrusions with mini-implants.

CV & BIO DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL

DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL

Spain

– Active member of the research team in the Craniofacial Growth and Development Division. Department of Orthodontics, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), California. USA.

– PhD Student of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC).

– Active member of different scientific societies: SEDO, AESOR, AAO and WFO

– Master Orthodontics and Craniofacial Orthopedics. University Hospital Fundación Jiménez Díaz. Madrid Spain.

– Master in Oral Biology. University Rey Juan Carlos (URJC). Madrid Spain.– Clinical residency in the University Hospital of the University of Coimbra UC), Portugal.

– Clinical residency, Department of Orthodontics at the University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil.- Clinical residency, Department of Orthodontics at the University of Sao Paulo (USP), Brazil.

– Degree in Dentistry. University Rey Juan Carlos (URJC). Madrid Spain.

BIO DR. RAMÓN MOMPELL

Dr. Mompell completed his dental studies at the Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC), completing his last year of training at the University of Coimbra in Portugal (UC). After these studies, he moved to Sao Paulo in Brazil, where he discovered his passion for orthodontics by completing various training courses at the University of Sao Paulo (USP). Later, he returned to Madrid, Spain where he completed the full orthodontic specialty as a resident at the Jiménez Díaz Foundation University Hospital (FJD) in Madrid. During this period he also completed a master’s degree in clinical research at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) in Madrid. At the end of 2015 he decided to move to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the United States, to obtain his international doctorate. He remained there for two years and currently works as an orthodontist in his private practice in Madrid and is an active member of the research team in the Craniofacial Growth and Development Division. Department of Orthodontics, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), California. USA. His scientific interest is focused on the expansion of the facial middle third in adults without the need for surgery, through the use of micro-implants assisted rapid palatal expanders and their effects on the airway, as well as the facial aesthetic repercussion due to transverse skeletal problems.