Dr. B. Giuliano Maino, MD, DDS, MSc
Dr. B. Giuliano Maino received his MD degree at Padua University. He is Specialized in Orthodontics at Cagliari University and received his Post Graduated Clinical Training in Orthodontics at Boston University with Dr A. Anthony Gianelly. He is Visiting Professor in Orthodontics at Ferrara University and Insubria University. He is European Board of Orthodontics and Italian Board of orthodontics certified. Active Member and Past President of the Angle Society of Europe (2018-19), he served also as President of SIDO ( 2020) and President of Italian Academy of Orthodontics (2011). Lecturer at national and international conferences. He is author and Co- author of 3 books and more then 100 peer reviewed scientific papers . He is Recipent of AJODO BF. and Helen E. Dewel Award 2009 as the Best Clinical Research published in 2009. He is maintaining a private practice in Orthodontics in Vicenza, Italy. Actually he is President of the World Implant Orthodontic Association (WIOA).
Digital chairside technology and skeletal anchorage in daily practice
Digital technology and skeletal anchorage are two of the newest innovations in orthodontics.
Integrating the two technologies and simplifying protocols becomes essential for their use in daily practice.
This presentation will illustrate how the use of digital technology and an appropriate planning technique (MAPA) allows the safe application of skeletal anchorages without any experience, saving time with simple procedures that allow the speeding up of the clinical path.
You will learn how in many cases the combination of the two technologies can enable the correction of many clinical pictures in different types of malocclusion both in young and adult patients.
Aims, Objectives & Learning Outcomes
Aims: Learn how to integrate digital technology in the daily use of TADs and in the subsequent phases of orthodontic treatment.
Objectives: Provide a realistic view of the possible interaction between digital technology and the use of miniscrews in different types of malocclusion.
Understand the work flow in digital planning of skeletal anchorages.
Learn how to manage the application of miniscrews and the simultaneous delivery of appliances (One visit protocol). Learn the use of mini screws for the correction of Class II, Class III malocclusions and transverse deficiencies in young and adult patients.