NEW DATES for Level II, 2.5 year program with 5 separate 2-day sessions (see program below)

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The Level II seminars will continue to be held regularly each year in Warszawa. These have been very popular for the doctors because they are able to further their orthodontic education by learning new orthodontic technics and as well they can consult with Dr. Brown and his team for advice on their own personal cases. Level II is a complete 5 times 2-day program over 2.5 years/seasons. 

Below: Level II workshop on Lingual Orthodontics using Indirect Bracketing.

Orthodontic Seminars of California, Dr. Larry Brown
Place: 
to be announced in Warswawa
City: 
Warszawa
Country: 
Poland

Updated Level II, 2 year program with 5 separate, 2-day sessions. 2 sessions are held per year, 1 course about every 6 months. 

Session 4:  November 19 & 20 (Sat, Sun) 2022

Session 5:  March 17 & 18 (Fri, Sat), 2023   

Session 1:  To be announced for November/December (Saturday, Sunday), 2023

Session 2:  To be announced for March/April (Fri, Sat), 2024    

Session 3:  To be announced for November/December (Saturday, Sunday), 2024 

Location :  Warszawa, Poland

The Level 2 course continues in the same course rotation every 2.5 years. These can be started and  followed in any order.

The contents of the sessions may be modified to include other orthodontic subjects. 

Location: all courses will be held in Warszawa

Times of lectures: Day 1: Lecture 9:30 to 16:00 (includes lunch and a coffee break).  Questions from 16:00 to 17:15 (participants can ask for help on at least one of their “personal cases”). Day 2: 9:00 to 16:00. Questions from 16:00 to 17:00.  

For Personal/Private Consultations with Dr. Larry Brown or with Dr. Izabela Pietruczuk, please see the site heading under COURSES: “Personal and private consultations…….” 

Session 4:  November 18 & 19 (Sat, Sun) 2022  Warsaw 

Lecture subjectAdult orthodontic treatments, extraction and non-extraction, Part 2 

Day 1    

LectureAdult orthodontic treatments 

Adult orthodontics: Diagnostic analysis, treatment planning and mechanical treatment planning of different types of adult orthodontic patients with the goal of beautiful orthodontic and esthetic results.

  • Non-extraction and extraction cases
  • Orthodontic preparation of the patient for prosthetics and Esthetic Restorations
  • Using mini-screws in complicated situations.
  • Gingival Contouring and Sculpting
  • Use of Corticotomy combined with Platelet Rich Factor Graft (PRFG)
  • “Rapid Orthodontics”: an overview of so called “Rapid Orthodontics” and the6 month orthodontic treatment”

Day 2

  • Cephalometrics and diagnoses. 
  • Cleft lip and cleft palate considerations in orthodontics   
  • Maxilo-facial surgery combined with orthodontics. 
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Subepithelial connective tissue graft, bilaminar technique - A protocol to resolve the problem of gingival recession     

Lecture:

Cephalometrics and diagnoses

{There will be a brief demonstration of the Computer Tracing and Analysis program of Dr. Brown;  this tracing and analysis program permits the doctor, in 5 minutes or less, to complete the basic tracing and instantaneously have the completed Dr. Larry Brown Analysis automatically. The program is efficient, precise and easy to use. If you have this program on your computer, or wish to follow the demonstration on your own laptop/computer using a temporary program license (33€), please contact Rajmund at +48 690 526526 and bring your laptop and the MOUSE with you.}

Use of the Cephalometric Tracing and the Analysis program used by Dr. Brown in the diagnosis and mechanical treatment planning process to:

  1. Determine whether to extract or not to extract in adult and young patient treatments.
  2. Determin if a treatment is surgical or non-surgical: camouflage extraction treatments or maxilo-facial surgical treatments combined with orthodontics.
  • Examination of Maxilo-facial surgery combined with orthodontics

Subepithelial connective tissue graft - bilaminar technique

  • A mucogingival grafting procedure developed to cover denuded root surfaces (“gingival recession”).  

Session 5:  March 17, 18 (Fri, Sat), 2023  Warsaw 

Day 1 and Day 2

Impacted teeth

  • Treatment of impacted canines and premolars.

Cleft lip and cleft palate: orthodontic and surgical treatment considerations

  • Cleft Patient treatment planning
  • Sequence of orthodontic/orthopedic and surgical treatment for cleft Patients.
  • Use of the HA NiTi Expander in these cases.

Orthodontics for mixed-dentition, adolescent and adult age patients: Diagnostic analysis, treatment planning and mechanical treatment planning of different types of orthodontic young and adult patients with the goal of beautiful orthodontic and esthetic results.

Clincal Case presentations in which there will be contained an over-view of the uses of:

  • NiTi CLII Corrector
  • HA NiTi Transpalatal Expander/Molar Rotator
  • Molar distalizer
  • Intrusion wires
  • Lip bumper
  • Head Gear
  • Mini-screws

Problem solving tips and solutions for:

  • Open Bite treatments
  • Cross bite correction
  • Gummy smile treatments

Along with the above cases, there will be a review of the protocol for the following procedures:

  • NiTi CLII corrector
  • Molar distalizers
  1. Sliding Yoke
  2. Coil springs
  3. Head Gear: adjustment of face-bow and straps 
  • 16x22 Beta-Ti and RCS NiTi Intrusion/Bite-opening wires
  • 19x25 SS working wire
  1. Adding additional torque
  2. Accentuated Curve
  • Stops and hooks
  • Step-bends
  • Elastics and C-C closing springs
  • Retention wires and retainers         

Session 1:   To be announced for November/December (Saturday, Sunday), 2023

Day 1 and 2:

CLI and CLII Treatment for Young Patients and Adults

Lecture: Diagnostic analysis, treatment planning and mechanical treatment planning of different types of CLI and CLII orthodontic patients with the goal of beautiful orthodontic and esthetic results.

Clinical case presentations:

Young patients:

Mixed dentition and adolescent ages, CLI and CLII 

  • Deep bite and open-bite cases will be examined.
  • There is often a misunderstanding about when it is best to use the HA NiTi Transpalatal Expander/Rotator. There will be detailed explanations of this with texts and clinical cases demonstrating when these appliances are best used and when they are not necessary.

There will be an over-view of the use of: 

  • Bracketing techniques/schemes used for deep and open bite cases; NiTi CLII Corrector; HA NiTi Transpalatal Expander/Molar Rotator; Molar distalizers; Head Gear; Intrusion wires.

The clinical cases presented will demonstrate the time-tested, systematic, logical and time saving approach to patient treatment using Dr. Brown’s system of SWA orthodontics.

Adult patients:

  • The theme will be to demonstrate “what are the limits for a treatment non-extraction, non-surgical”?
  • Extraction and non-extraction cases will be discussed
  • Use of the HA NiTi transpalatal Expander/Molar Rotator in adult treatments.

Workshop demonstration and review: the participants will adjust the 19x25 steel “working wire”: the accentuated curve; additional crown torque (labial and lingual).

Session 2:  To be announced for March/April (Fri, Sat), 2024    

Day 1 and 2

CLIII Treatments for Young Patients and Adults

There will be a workshop on mini-screw placement.

Lecture: Diagnostic analysis, treatment planning and mechanical treatment planning of different types of CLIII orthodontic patients, with the goal of beautiful orthodontic and esthetic results.

Clinical case presentations by Dr. Brown:

Young patients: Mixed dentition and adolescent ages with CLIII malocclusions.

  • Treatment of CLIII skeletal and dental malocclusions.
  • There is often a misunderstanding by doctors about when it is best to use the HA NiTi Transpalatal Expander/Molar Rotator. There will be detailed explanations of CLIII clinical cases demonstrating when these appliances are best used and when they are not necessary.

CLIII treatment for Adults

  • There are always diagnostic questions as to: what are the limits for a treatment non-extraction, non-surgical?
  • Clinical cases of extraction and non-extraction cases will be discussed.
  • Use of the HA NiTi transpalatal Expander/Molar Rotator in adult CLIII treatments.

Workshop, video and lecture:

  • Mini-screw placement: the participants will place a mini-screw on a typodont.

Session 3:  To be announced for November/December (Saturday, Sunday), 2024

Adult orthodontic treatments, extraction and non-extraction, Part I

Day 1   

Lecture: Treatment Tips for problem solving and finishing cases

Some examples of Treatment Tips to be covered:

  • Open Bite and Closed Bite treatments
  • Cross bite correction
  • Gummy smile treatments
  • Mid-line corrections
  • Elastic forces
  • Step-bends
  • Tooth size discrepancies
  • Slicing
  • Bracketing techniques
  • Final Space closure
  • Fibrotomy
  • Retention

Day 2

Lecture: Treatment therapy for Temporo-Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)

  • TMD Therapy for patients who wish to have orthodontic treatment.
  • How to make a clinical “Differential Diagnosis of TMD”
  • Splint/Orthotic therapy: Dr. Brown will discuss splint therapy that he has used successfully for 30+ years.
  • Orthodontic treatment combined with Orthotics/Splint Therapy – how to “manage” these delicate cases.
  • Prognosis and long term management. 
  • Surgical interventions: arthroscopy, arthroplasty, total joint replacement and others.
  • Physio-therapy and acupressure applications that can be done in the dental office. 

Clinical case presentations and lecture by Dr. Brown 

Information and inscriptions:  

The fee for the 2-day session: fee for 2-day course in 2022 will be 2450pln (includes lunch and coffee pauses).  

To inscribe or for further information in English or in Polish contact Rajmund Chmielewski: info@LBOrthodontics.com  Tel: +48 690 526 526 

Contact Dr. Larry Brown at dr.larry.brown@belgacom.net               

 

 

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