CPD ACTIVITIES

  • Mastering the Damon System - Induction Course

    This intensive course tackles Passive Self-Ligation Systems, specifically Da mon System. Course will be organised in two consecutive full days. In the F irst day and half, Dr.Borgan will include theoretical lectures that would co ver all aspects of advanced modern self- ligating orthodontics from treatmen t planning to debonding and follow-up of patients. Dr. Borgan will expose h is lifelong experiences of Macro/Micro aesthetics that would ensure a beauti ful smile & face. Course will highlight on latest technologies in relation t o digital orthodontics and CBCT scans and their importance in orthodontic tr eatment. In the 2nd day Dr. Borgan will also be organising a hands-on state of the art bracket placement workshop.

    Credits:10.00 Expires:29 July, 2017

  • Conservative approach toward restoring coronal fracture in anterior teeth

    1.proper case selection and making the right decision 2. Understand new co nservative technique for treating fractured anterior teeth 3.summary and fi nal thoughts

    Credits:3.00 Expires:29 July, 2017

  • spine tumors and biopsy techniques

    lecture and discussion on types of spine tumors and techniques of approaches to biopsy

    Credits:3.00 Expires:02 February, 2017

  • Case Report

    several cases presented and discussed by members from clinical presentation s to management

    Credits:3.00 Expires:02 March, 2017

  • Current and innovative orthodontic approaches in the management of non-growing patients.

    Current trends in orthodontic care emphasise alternatives to the extraction of teeth for orthodontic reasons. In the absence of growth potential in any orthodontic patient, alternative orthodontic strategies are now available to help in avoiding major surgical procedures in unwilling patients. As the em phasis on evidence-based treatments increase throughout dentistry and medici ne, advantages and disadvantages of different orthodontic options have conti nuously been interrogated in the scientific and clinical fora. Given the res ults of a variety of reports in the peer-reviewed literature, it can be conc luded that orthodontic treatment in adult (non-growing) patients can produce improved aesthetics for those who have combination of crowding and dento-al veolar protrusion. However, careful diagnosis and treatment planning followe d by evidence-based treatment decisions should be the accepted clinical norm as the specialty of Orthodontics prepares itself to see more adult patients now and in the future. This oral presentation will focus mainly on the curr ent orthodontic strategies in the management of non-growing patients.

    Credits:3.00 Expires:27 July, 2017