Program

Program Schedule

Course director:
Dr. Simonas Grybauskas (Lithuania)

Course speakers:
Dr. Lucas Esteves (Brazil)
Dr. Vanessa Castro (Brazil)

 

19 February (Monday)

07:15-08:15 Registration
08:15-08:30 Opening
08:30-10:00 PART I
10:00-10:30 Coffee break
10:30-11:45 PART II
11:45-12:00 Discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 PART III
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-17:30 PART IV
17:30-18:00 Discussion

 20 February (Tuesday)

09:00-10:15 PART V
10:15-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-12:20 PART VI
12:20-12:40 Discussion
12:40-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 PART VII
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:30 PART  VIII
17:30-18:00 Discussion
18:00 End of meeting

21 February (Wednesday)

08:00 – 17:00  Ortho Masters Club event

 

Program topics

Skeletal and dental deformities – how we treat it from first until last step

I. Diagnosis: knowing the patient to decide the treatment plan with the orthodontist

Face. Facial analysis – what we need to see to make the diagnosis of pathologies
Occlusion. Knowing the limits of stable occlusion in long term
Airway. Helping to decide the treatment plan to correct skeletal deformity
TMJ. What we need to understand about TMJ pathologies and the relation with orthognathic surgery?
Teeth and gums. The consequences in tissues around after the final decision

II. Pre-surgical orthodontics

Orthodontic goals for correction of dental inclinations, Bolton discrepancy, transversal problems, curve of Spee
Surgical goals for correction of long lip, prosthetic spaces, ankyloses, gum problems
Restorative goals for correction of tooth shape problems, Bolton index, prosthetic spaces, restorative problems

III. Patient preparation for orthognathic surgery – what do we need to know to better prepare my patient for surgery – how we do it?

Photos
Facial analysis
Head position
Bite registration and tomography
Models

IV. How do we read the face? Deciding the numbers for facial reconstruction …

Position of the maxilla – deciding the numbers for maxilla movements
Position of the mandible – deciding the amount and rotation of mandible
Position of chin – deciding the chin position
Facial symmetry – what do we need to see in asymmetric patients?
Facial width – what is the better relation for width in a face?

V. Virtual planning x conventional

The advantages and disadvantages of virtual and conventional planning

VI. Surgical technique and sequence

BSSO. How and why do we do in this way?
Le Fort I osteotomy. What is essential for maxillary surgery?
Le Fort I segmented osteotomy. What should we care about segmentation of maxilla?
Genioplasty. Many kinds of osteotomies for chin surgery
Osteotomy of the base – when is it necessary?
Chin wing osteotomy. Indications and results
TMJ surgery. Our protocol of TMJ surgery simultaneously with orthognathic surgery

VII. Discussion of cases with the audience

Class III – diagnosis, treatment plan and results in long follow up
Class II – diagnosis, treatment plan and results in long follow up
Class I – diagnosis, treatment plan and results in long follow up
Asymmetry – diagnosis, treatment plan and results in long follow up
OSAS – diagnosis, treatment plan and results in long follow up
TMD – diagnosis, treatment plan and results in long follow up

VIII. Post operative care

Nursing assistant – protocol of our team
Elastic bands – Timing protocol
Palatal splint – Why and how do we use it?
Physiotherapy and phonoterapy- protocol of our team
Diet and activities – protocol of our team
Follow up – protocol of our team

*This is the preliminary program, which is subject to change.

What will participants learn from BSCOSO Winter Course?

  • To identify the diagnosis of the patient’s pathology and treatment plan;
  • To recognize pre-surgical orthodontic goals and know how to see the patient for orthognathic surgery;
  • To learn reproductive parameters for determining treatment plan;
  • To know how to define the numbers of maxilla movements. Jaw and chin;
  • To recognize the advantages and disadvantages of virtual and conventional planning;
  • To obtain knowledge of different surgical techniques for skeletal correction;
  • To share experiences of cases treated with the audience;
  • To know the protocol of follow-up and evolution of patients.

 

21 February (Wednesday) | Ortho Masters Club event (Program TBA)

*  This is an independent event, not a part of the Course. Hence, the CME credits will not be granted. The OMC event is free of charge for BSCOSO Winter Course participants. More information and full program will be announced soon.