Preliminary Programme
Thursday 30 November 2017
09:00 Hugo De Clerck Rotations of the maxilla and the occlusal plane: the key to success in class III orthopedics
09:30 Lindsay Winchester Your jaw surgery - why, what, how?
10:00 Simonas Gybrauskas Virtual planning in orthognathic surgery
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Domingo Martin Open bites: no more surgery
11:30 Hugo De Clerck Updated biomechanics for bone anchored orthodontics
12:00 Federico Hernández Alfaro The short face
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Lydia Lim Facial asymmetry assessment
14:00 Johan Reyneke Considerations for the treatment of hemifacial microsomia
14:30 Federico Hernández Alfaro Complications and failures in orthognathic surgery
15:00 Tea break
15:30 Domingo Martin TMJ, orthodontics and orthognathic surgery
16:00 Johan Reyneke Correction of facial defects by means of patient matched subperiosteal implants
16:30 Eelco Hakman A post-operative satisfaction predictor …… a what?
17:15 Drinks
Friday 1 December 2017
09:00 Monica Palmer To cut or not to cut?
09:30 Gwen Swennen 3D Cephalometry “Reloaded”: is it ready for the clinical routine?
10:00 Gabriele Millesi Surgery first in various deformities
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Gabriele Millesi Pitfalls in surgery first and prevention
11:30 Thomas Maal The orthognathic analyser. Are we really that good, or…
12:00 Simonas Gybrauskas Managing asymmetries in orthognathic surgery
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Gwen Swennen What is the evidence regarding time efficiency and accuracy of virtual 3D orthognathic planning with IPS CaseDesigner?
14:00 Lindsay Winchester Improving British Airways
14:30 Lydia Lim Differences in treating Caucasian and Asian faces
15:00 Tea break
16:00 Johan Reyneke the Bram Tuinzing BSSO honorary lecture
Development of the face from homo erectus to homo sapiens and beyond
17:00 Drinks and farewell