Private Pratictioner in Salerno, Past President SIBOS.
Italy BIOMEDE Member
UPPER MOLAR MESIAL MOVER AND DISTAL MOVER: THE BIOMECHANICAL WAY IN PROBLEM SOLVING
During the last years, skeletal anchorage has changed so much the orthodontic approach, simplifying some difficult steps.
Upper molars mesialization and distalization need to be accurate in anchorage management because of the side effects in losing anchorage like flattening patients profile, asymmetrical teeth’s movements or high level cooperation requests.
Today the more used mechanics are sliding mechanics where all the tooth movement control is done by tubes and wires. Vector driven approach is the more goal oriented strategy suggested by the author in this lecture. It is based on a mechanic that develops the vectors needed to reach individual patients endpoints.
Clinical examples are shown and biomachanical explanations via Virtual Reality on efficacy and versatility are given by a friction free vector oriented mechanics
Dr. MUSILLI’S CV
Graduated in 1987 at the School of Dentistry in Naples. In 1993 post-graduated degree at the Orthodontic School in Naples. He signed a contract as a professor at the Orthodontic School of Naples from 1994 to 1996. Teacher at International Short Term Program from 2008 to 2011 at the Royal Dental College in Aarhus (Dk), hosted by Prof. Birte Melsen. Scientific Director and teacher at the 2nd level degree Master (University of Turin): Clinical management of orthodontic complex cases (2015-2016).
President of Italian Society of Biomechanics in Orthodontics and Segmented Wire approach (SIBOS) (2016-2018).
Teacher at ATHENEA Dental Institute in Bacelona Spain and Rzeszow (Poland) affiliated to Univesidad San Jorge Zaragoza (Spain).
He has presented many works in national and international Congresses. Private Practitioner in exclusively in Orthodontics (Naples and Salerno)