DR. Carlos Flores-Mir

DDS, DSC, FRCD(c)

University of Alberta CANADA

Course on Clinical Management
of Included Canines

LEARN from the clinical management of canines included with the best

GO DEEP into clinical case management with canines included

LIMITED TIME OFFER

USD 79,35Add to cart

You will know the keys in:
CBCT Imaging + When to Intervene + Interceptive Management + Approach to Exposure

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268 Articles

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34 comments posted

Director of the Orthodontic Program at the University of Alberta and Senior Lecturer.

Head of the Division of Orthodontics at the University of Alberta.

Methodology

Recorded 2-hour course to consume at your own pace

Test to strengthen the concepts of the course

3 articles valuable scientific downloadable .

Access to the List of Articles of Interest , cited in the Course

Description and Objectives

  • Present different clinical approaches to wearing canines included in dental arches
  • Review the most recent published literature on best clinical practices for identifying, exposing and bringing embedded canines to dental arches
  • Warnings:
    • Cases were not selected based on how well they were completed, but simply on all cases under clinical management over a specific period of time
    • Brief, concise and precise consideration will be given to the available evidence. Priority assigned to recent systematic reviews

Who is it for?

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  • Graduates or with a degree in Dentistry
  • Doctors who want to deepen in the clinical management of cases with canines included

Issues to be addressed

  • About the CBCT Image
    • Is it essential to have a CBCT image for the proper management of included canines?
    • If not for all cases, for which ones?
    • Is the final result better when CBCT images are available?
  • About When to Intervene
    • Is there a “magic” age to expose canines included
    • After exposing them, should we start immediate traction?
    • How do we reduce the load?
  • About Interceptive Driving
    • Is there really an advantage of early removal of deciduous canines to prevent impaction of canines? How early to extract them?
    • Is it really the removal of the deciduous canine that facilitates the canine eruption?
    • Can canine impaction be predicted?
  • About Approach to Exposure.
    • Is an open or close exposure in the short and long term better?
    • If one is better, is it the difference in treatment time, periodontal status, postoperative pain?
    • Is there a difference between canines included buccally or palatally?

LIMITED TIME OFFER

104,35€

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DR. Carlos Flores-Mir

DDS, DSC, FRCD(c)

  • Director of the Orthodontics Program at the University of Alberta and Senior Lecturer
  • Head of the Division of Orthodontics at the University of Alberta
  • Trained at the Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University of Peru
  • Dental Surgeon
  • Orthodontic Specialist
  • Bachelor, Teacher and Doctor in Stomatology
  • More than 100 international presentations on the topics of Clinical Orthodontics
  • 268 Articles and 34 comments published.

course details

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LANGUAGE

The presentation is in Spanish and the slides in English.

Intuitive format

Very simple and easy to use platform. You don’t need any computer skills.

Immediate access

Once the course is purchased, the student will directly receive an email with their access data.

6 months access

You will be able to access the course unlimitedly with your access data, for 6 months.

2 hours of video

Video session recorded in FullHD. See the presentation and the Instructor on your screen, as if you were live.

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