FIRST ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS ON ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY

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The Congress on Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnostic Radiology consists of three sections divided by areas in dentistry: orthodontics, surgery, and therapy. Each day of the Congress is dedicated to one of the areas and includes lectures by professional dentists and radiologists.
The Congress on Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnostic Radiology consists of three sections divided by areas in dentistry: orthodontics, surgery, and therapy. Each day of the Congress is dedicated to one of the areas and includes lectures by professional dentists and radiologists.
FIRST ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS ON ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
FEBRUARY 9
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Radiological anatomy of the maxillofacial region, basic principles of CBCT imaging. Practical application of the obtained data.
Human anatomy is one of the most important basic sciences in the system medical education. Radiological anatomy, in turn, is an opportunity for an intravital studying of individual structural features of a particular person. Cone beam computed tomography allows us to make a detailed study of the osteoarticular system, which is extremely important when drawing up a plan for orthodontic treatment. Orthodontic treatment involves a comprehensive approach, so it is extremely important to assess not only the anatomical features of the jaws and the position of the teeth but also the respiratory tract, temporomandibular joints, cervical vertebrae and much more. The report will include examples of normal radiological anatomy, as well as the main pathological changes of jawbones, temporomandibular joints, nasopharynx, and cervical vertebrae. It will also provide anatomic landmarks for cephalometric analysis and principles of their identification in three planes.
Butterfly effect. Influence of occlusion on the health triangle.
Modern approaches to the functional diagnosis of patients with cranial nerve disorders and craniomandibular dysfunctions include radiological, clinical, and musculofascial tests. The basis is an Interdisciplinary Approach. The external examination of the patient involves examining the position of the body in space using muscle testing. Postural abnormalities are analyzed.

Among dentists, we are increasingly seeing the trend of using manual muscle testing for diagnosis and treatment control, which allows revealing the impact of malocclusion on the formation of the skeletal and muscular system of the patient. However, in many cases, such an approach does not provide a complete picture.

When collecting the anamnesis of the pathology development, we try to identify how it is connected to other problems in the body. We find anatomical associative connections between the structures of the oral cavity, and muscles and bone structures of the body. We also determine the influence of occlusion and dental apparatus on the mechanisms of balance and equilibrium. In addition, it is important to determine the impact of psychological and physical injuries acquired in the course of life on the formation of malocclusion. Usually, occlusion is compensation for what happens to us in the process of life. Psycho-emotional state of the patient affects the position of the tongue and sublingual bones, posture, visceral diseases and the development of TMJD problems. We have developed algorithms for interdisciplinary approach and treatment of such patients.
9:00–10:00
10:00–11:00
11:00–11:15


COFFE BREAK
Combined methods of malocclusion treatment with the use of aligners
  1. Aligners as a way of treatment of all malocclusion types Advantages and disadvantages.
  2. Aligners for the elimination of local problems
  3. Expansion of indications for treatment with aligners.
  4. Miniscrews, buttons, and elastics in combination with aligners help to accelerate
  5. Basic planning principles of combined treatment with the use of aligners.
Tooth impaction, aneruption, ankylosis, and associated conditions. Features of radiologic imaging.
  • Secrets of routine 2D pictures in your clinic, which you were afraid to ask.
  • Radiological imaging of teeth, which failed to erupt, from the point of view of orthodontist — optimal algorithms and features of software functionality.
  • Fixation of research analysis data in an outpatient card, professional nomenclature and its meaning.
  • An orthodontist is the one who sets the interdisciplinary approach.
  • Radiation safety of orthodontic examination, radiation control of treatment dynamics — facts and speculation.

Abnormality of tooth eruption is the most common reason why an orthodontist needs a consultation of a radiologist. For some doctors, the goal is a legally approved document, for others — an unbiased "second opinion", even if it is just in the smartphone messenger. The powers of each specialist and his responsibility are fundamentally different from each other, only mutual understanding leads to efficiency improvement and successful forecasting of the result. The purpose of the report is the elimination of "dark zones" in modern radiation diagnostics for practicing orthodontists, unambiguous resolution of a number of problems of radiological assessment of the state of impacted teeth, and raising partially controversial issues of interdisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment.


11:15–12:15
12:15–13:15
13:15–14:00


LUNCH
Methods of CBCT adaptation to the needs of orthodontics. TMJD analysis.
Despite the rapid development of technologies and new approaches in dentistry, diagnosis in orthodontics is still based on routine and outdated methods of X-ray diagnostics, such as panoramic radiograph and teleroentgenography. Few orthodontists use cone-beam computed tomography in their everyday work. Moreover, if they do turn to this method, it is only for the evaluation of impacted and embedded teeth for children, which significantly reduces its possibilities.

Cone-beam computed tomography easily replaces panoramic radiograph, teleroentgenography, and any spot-film radiography. We do not need just to replace them; we need to increase diagnostic value! No two-dimensional errors, dependence on the position of the head, experience of the laboratory assistant who can distort the image. Only 100% measurement accuracy and digital storage of the results. In addition, cone-beam computed tomography could replace not only classic X-ray techniques but also diagnostic gypsum models! It is easy to imagine the convenience of storing virtual models compared to physical ones, which occupy colossal volumes of the orthodontist workspace.

The lecture is devoted to algorithms and principles of constructing computer images of tomograms of orthodontic patients and optimizing diagnostics for the needs of orthodontist to obtain maximum results. In addition to the construction of orthopantomogram, teleroentgenogram and virtual diagnostic models, the lecture will include the analysis of TMJD, the main diagnostic criteria and the possibilities of cone-beam computed tomography in relation to orthodontic patients suffering from TMJD dysfunction.
Analysis of transverse malocclusion parameters in planning orthodontic treatment. Features of CBCT-diagnostics.
Cone-beam computed tomography is one of the main diagnostic tools in the hands of a competent dentist. One of the main advantages of 3D research is the ability to evaluate transverse parameters. With the increasing popularity of skeletal anchorage and maxillary expansion appliance, it is difficult to overestimate the importance of analyzing the maxillary arch width, and symmetry evaluation is often not an easy task for orthodontists and maxillofacial surgeons. The report will cover the diagnostic criteria of the norm in the assessment of the skeletal width of the upper and lower jaw, various assessment methods of palatine suture maturation, as well as the types of asymmetries and features of the CBCT diagnosis.

Key points of the report:

  1. Norm, Curve of Wilson and features of CBCT imaging;

  2. Evaluation of transverse parameters;

  3. Features of CBCT-diagnostics;

  4. Estimation of mandibular-maxillary base widths;

  5. Importance of estimation of transverse parameters;

  6. The concept of "skeletal crossbite";

  7. Types of asymmetries and features of CBCT diagnostics;

14:00–15:00
15:00–16:00
16:00–16:15


COFFE BREAK
Craniomandibular and craniovertebral congruent relation. Conception 50/50
The report will cover the following issues:
  1. Craniomandibular and craniovertebral congruent centric relation concept;

  2. Cervical spine: what does an orthodontist need to know and why? Diagnostic imaging of the cervical spine. The orthodontist does not have to be an expert-vertebrologist, but there are many things we can and should see.

  3. TMJD. Effect on craniofacial growth. Is there a link?
    And if there is, how it affects the tactics of the orthodontist. What can we do? What's beyond our clinical capabilities? Let's be honest with ourselves and with the patients.
Differential diagnosis of asymmetric anomalies of occlusion in orthodontic practice

The lecture will cover the following points:

  1. Algorithm for diagnosing asymmetries according to the CBCT data;
  2. Peculiarities of CBCT positioning;
  3. Assessment of skeletal and dentoalveolar malocclusion in the frontal and horizontal planes;
  4. Methods of correction of asymmetric malocclusion in preparation for bone manipulation procedures.

16:15–17:15
17:15–18:15
18:15–18:30


COFFE BREAK
Possibilities of logopaedics in correction of myofunctional disorders in orthodontics and orthopedics
  1. Team approach: its role in achieving the best result;

  2. Signs of myofunctional disorder (according to D. Mew);

  3. Relationship between speech disorders and misaligned teeth;

  4. Relationship between respiratory disorders, speech disorders, and misaligned teeth;

  5. Relationship between infantile swallowing and misaligned teeth.

Application of CBCT in common tactics of joint surgical and orthodontic treatment of narrow upper jaw in adults
Palatal expansion in adults has a number of features. Due to the completion of midpalatal suture ossification in adult patients, it is impossible to achieve skeletal expansion using traditional orthodontic devices (Haas, Hyrax, Derichsweiler).

Such attempts are accompanied by side effects such as: teeth roots getting beyond the cortical plate (appearance of dehiscence and fenestration), pain, periodontal problems and relapses. Detailed diagnostics of the narrowing with the use of CBCT is an integral protocol in the use of apparatus with bone support for rapid palatal expansion with LeFort I osteotomy in patients with completed midpalatal suture ossification. Surgical expansion is an effective method of correction of the upper jaw narrowing. The objectivity of the expansion is obtained according to the CBCT measurements. The common tactics of joint surgical and orthodontic treatment allow to carry out corpus expansion (orthopedic effect) of the upper jaw in adults with midpalatal suture ossification stages A-D without periodontal complications such as dehiscence and fenestration.
18:30–19:30
19:30–20:30
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Picasso
The network of PICASSO centers has been actively developing in the market of diagnostic radiology for the last 10 years, creating favorable conditions for the support of practicing dentists and the promotion of three-dimensional technologies on the territory of Russia. In 2018, PICASSO helped to establish the Institute of Dental Radiology for practitioners interested in in-depth professional development and supplementary education. Experienced specialists of the PICASSO network continue to train doctors across Russia to work with oral and maxillofacial diagnostic radiology, but if you feel that you need more fundamental knowledge, contact the Institute of Dental Radiology for advanced training programs.
Institute of Dental Radiology
The Institute of Dental Radiology is based in the PICASSO Training Center, which has been hosting educational activities on the territory of Russia for more than six years. This is the first Institute of Dental Radiology specializing in expert X-ray diagnostics of the maxillofacial region. It offers educational programs for dentists of any profile, otorhinolaryngologists and maxillo-facial surgeons. The lecturers are experienced specialists and leading radiologists, who provide the material in a format, convenient for listeners: webinars, individual training, seminars, master classes and conferences.
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