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Level 1: Introduction to Occlusion
Introduction to Occlusion, Cranomandibular Disorders
and Oral Rehabilitation


Level II: Advanced Occlusion Advanced Occlusion, Craniomandibular Disorders
and Oral Rehabilitation


Diagnostic Wax-up
Diagnostic Wax-up in Class I,
Class II, Class III and Cross-bite


1st year Master's Program
Functions and Dysfunctions of
the craniofacial and masticatory
systems


2st year Master's Program
Therapies for the functionally disturbed masticatory systems
with prosthetics as the point of
main effort


Interceptive Orthodonctic Program

Professor Sato Orthodontic Course

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Professor Sato Orhtodontic Course

The importance of controlling the vertical dimension and the inclination
of the occlusal plane in Orthdontic treatment.

Occlusal plane and Malocclusion.

Non-surgical treatment of Class III malocclusion.

Non-surgical treatment of open-bite cases.
Orthodontic Treatment of Class III Malocclusions Associated
with Mandibular Lateral Deviation.

Problems involved in Class II malocclusions associated
with craniomandibular disorders and their treatment modalities.

 

New concepts and Treatment Appproach to the Different Types of Malocclusions.

Different Mechanics for Orthodontic Correction of Class II Openbite and Class III Openbite Malocclusions, without surgical intervention.

Development and Orthodontic Treatment of Skeletal Class III Malocclusion without Surgical Intervention.

Orthodontic Reconstruction of Occlusion in Class III Malocclusion with Low Mandibular Plane Angle.

Application of MEAW Mechanics to the Treatment of Class III malocclusion with Dental Mid-line Discrepancy.

Orthodontic Treatment of Class III Malocclusions Associated with Mandibular Lateral Deviation.
Interception of Decompensated Class III Malocclusions in Early Mixed Dentition.

Interdisciplinary Treatment Approach to a Patient with Severe Mandibular Displacement and Dysfunction of Craniomandibular System.

Orthodontics is a full mouth rehabilitation.

Problems in conventional Orthodontics.

Etiology of malocclusion.

Anterior Crowding versus Posterior Discrepancy.

Key Factors for Successful Orthodontic
Treatment of Different Types of Malocclusion:

A.The Control of vertical dimension of Occlusion.
B.The Control of the inclination of Occlusal plane.

A.The Control of vertical dimension of Occlusion :

Low angle cases

High angle cases

42.9% of open-bite surgery cases relapse.

Open bite cases can be easily treated with Multiloop Edgewise Archwire (MEAW)

B. The Control of the inclination of Occlusal plane :

The development of skeletal malocclusions such as Class II, Class III and Mandibular Lateral Deviation (MLD) cases are clearly dictated by their respective occlusal plane configurations.

The Multiloop Edgewise Archwire (MEAW) easily controls the inclination of Occlusal plane.


Multiloop Edgewise Archwire (MEAW)

 


Sadao Sato, DDS, DDSc

1971 Graduated from Kanagawa Dental College.
Assistant in the Department of Orthodontics, Kanagawa Dental College.

1979 Received DDSc from Kanagawa Dental College.
Assistant Professor in Kanagawa Dental College.

1989 Associate Professor in Kanagawa Dental College.

1991-2001 President of Japan MEAW technic and research foundation.

1992-present, Member of the Angle Society of Orthodontits.

1996-present, Professor in Kanagawa Dental College (Orthodontics).

2001 Visiting Professor in Donau University, Krems, Austria.
 

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