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FIRST WORLD ORTHODONTIC BIOMECHANICS SYMPOSIUM
Doha, Qatar (January 24-26, 2019) at Hyatt Hotel
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The Need for an Orthodontic Biomechanics Symposium


A thorough understanding and working knowledge of biomechanical principles is an invaluable asset for any orthodontist. Regardless of the preferred and commercially available orthodontic therapy du jour, the success and predictability of any treatment approach is underpinned by the appropriate application of orthodontic forces. Proper biomechanical design may even shed light on possible treatment misadventures. Furthermore, a more advanced knowledge of biomechanics enables the orthodontist to create patient-specific, customized appliances to solve even the most challenging of malocclusions.

The First Orthodontic Biomechanics Symposium has been promoted by Biomede and the Alwehda Medical Group with the key concept of bringing together the leading clinicians and researchers in the field of Biomechanics from around the globe. Attendees will be presented with concepts of the potential for orthodontic therapy, principled on rational biomechanics. We are certain this event will be a milestone in your professional development, and an opportunity not to be missed. We look forward to welcoming you to Doha in January 2019

Our Program



  • DAY 1

    Jan 24, 2019

    9:00-9:30
    Tarek Ammar (Qatar):

    Welcome to the Congress and Presentation: how biomechanics has changed my clinical practice.

    9:30-9:50
    Giorgio Fiorelli:

    Welcome to the Congress. What is Biomede?

    9:50-16:20
    Course Prof. Kwangchul Choy (S. Korea):

    Clinical Application of Biomechanics – Use of Lingual Arches:

    1. 9:50-11:00 Part 1
    2. 11:00 Coffee break
    3. 11.30-13:30 Part 2
    4. 13:30 Lunch Break
    5. 14:30-16:20 Part 3

    16:40-18:10
    Biomechanics course alumni case reports Session 1

    1. 16:40–17:10 Zafar Husanov (Uzbekistan)
    2. 17:10–17:40 Asta Abuneviciute (Lithuania)
    3. 17:40–18:10 Juan Arellano (Chile)

    18:10
    Biomede General Assembly with new member’s presentations


  • DAY 2

    Jan 25, 2019

    9:00-10:40
    Birte Melsen: (Denmark):

    Is biomechanics knowledge essential in contemporary clinical orthodontics?

    10:40-10:50
    Question time
    10:50–11:20
    Coffee break
    11:20-12:10
    Cristoph Boureaul (Germany):

    Biomechanics of the Periodontal Ligament – Clinical, Experimental and Numerical Studies

    12:10-12:40
    Paola Merlo (Switzerland):

    Correction of Iatrogenic Asymmetries

    12:40-12:50
    Question time
    12:50-14:00
    Lunch break
    14:00-14:50
    Nori Yoshida (Japan):

    Biomechanical principles and strategies for achieving controlled tooth movement during space closure in an extraction case.

    14:50-15:20
    Kwangchul Choy (S. Korea):

    Midline Correction

    15:20–16:10
    John Morton (USA):

    Aligners biomechanicss

    16:10-16:20
    Question time
    16:20-16:50
    Coffee break

    16:50-17:40
    Rodrigo Viecilli (Brazil):

    1. A: Experimental Evaluation of Burstone Geometries for linear and superelastic wires.
    2. B: Experimental 3D Force System and M/F from lingual and transpalatal arch symmetric activations

    17:40-18:10
    Giorgio Fiorelli (Italy):

    Advanced considerations about the clinical use of statically indeterminate linear wire systems

    18:10-18:20
    Question time

  • DAY 3

    Jan 26, 2019

    9:00-9:30
    Franklin She (Hong Kong):

    Two Vector Mechanics in the Treatment of Complex Cases.

    9:30-16:30
    Course Dr. Giorgio Fiorelli (Italy) and Dr. Paola Merlo (Switzerland):

    Mandibular Repositioning: Treatment planning and Mechanics Design:

    1. 9:30-11:00 Part 1
    2. 11:00 Coffee break
    3. 11.30-13:30 Part 2
    4. 13:30 Lunch Break
    5. 14:30-16:30 Part 3

    16:30-18:30
    Biomechanics course alumni case reports Session 2

    1. 16:30-17:00 Jean-Marc Retrouvey (Canada)
    2. 17:00-17:30 Siva Vasudavan (Australia)
    3. 17:30-18:00 Wislei Oliveira(Brazil)
    4. 18:00-18:30 Elsa Arango (Colombia)

Registration Fees

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need further information or require assistance.

support@bws-qatar.com

For General:


$900


From 14/12/2018

Fees include Lectures, Lunch breaks meals and Coffee breaks


For Students:


$750


From 14/12/2018

Student fee
A university certficate must be produced to be eligible to this fee

Fees include Lectures, Lunch breaks meals and Coffee breaks



Registration will be completed and considered as valid upon received of the registration fee payment in our account
Note: Student willing to pay the reduced fee, should provide a University certificate demonstrating their current status.

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The First Orthodontic Biomechanics Symposium has been promoted by Biomede and the Alwehda Medical Group with the key concept of bringing together the leading clinicians and researchers in the field of Biomechanics from around the globe. Attendees will be presented with concepts of the potential for orthodontic therapy, principled on rational biomechanics. We are certain this event will be a milestone in your professional development, and an opportunity not to be missed. We look forward to welcoming you to Doha in January 2019


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