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Foredragsholdere NKF's vårmøte 2013

B.Sc., B.Ch.D., B.Ch.D.(Hons-Child Dent), M.Ch.D.(Ortho), Ph.D., FRCD(C).

Dr. Rossouw has been associated with academic and clinical orthodontics in various capacities over the last twenty-seven years. He has served as a Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa; the Discipline of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; the Department of Orthodontics at Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas, USA and is presently Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthodontics, University of North Carolina School of Dentistry in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, has served as Director of the Burlington Growth Center at the University of Toronto and is American Board Certified. Dr. Rossouw has contributed more than 130 publications to the dental literature, which include scientific articles, chapters in books and abstracts. Dr. Rossouw has lectured nationally and internationally. He is a member of many associations and societies, amongst them the well-respected Tweed Foundation, where he has served as clinical instructor. He serves on the reviewing panels for various orthodontic and general dentistry journals. He maintains a part-time clinical practice.

Title and Abstract:

A contemporary approach to anchorage control when treating Class II malocclusion.

Dr. P. Emile Rossouw,
Professor and Chairman
Department of Orthodontics
University of North Carolina – Dental School, Chapel Hill USA

A successful orthodontic treatment plan always includes consideration of appropriate anchorage application, albeit minimum, moderate or maximum anchorage. Orthodontic systems utilized in clinical practice often have compromised anchorage control through lack of patient compliance. Moreover, the diversity of appliances not all permits total control of the active and reactive components. The ideal illustration of contemporary anchorage usage comes in the form of mini-screw implants during Class II treatment. Intra-oral anchorage points, such as mini-implants, meet the requirements of being immobile, biocompatible, easily usable, and independent of patient compliance. Thus, this form of temporary anchorage is without doubt a very successful and necessary adjunct to our modern orthodontic armamentarium. The purpose of this presentation is to enhance our present knowledge of anchorage use by illustrating the application through a method of Class II bimaxillary protrusion as well as vertical excess correction. Translational and clinical research will be utilized to illustrate the development of the method of treatment. In addition, orthodontic pearls relevant to phases of the treatment will be included as inserts throughout the presentation; for example, aspects of the appliance used; friction reference; bone-to-implant contact; retainer preference and others. 
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