Dr. Stefano Troiani
Lecture 1: 8 Keys to staying out of trouble in extraction cases
Extraction cases may be sometimes taunting for orthodontists, especially at the beginning of their careers. In reality, success depends on knowledge of the basic biomechanics of space closure and attention to a series of details. The lecture will outline the 8 keys to success in space closure, such as the use of free anchorage, extraction choice, use of driftodontics, prevention of side effects, use of differential anchorage, space closure with TADS. Mastering these details will allow a solid control of extraction cases.
Lecture 2: Practical guide to finishing
Improving our finishing in a predictable and reproducible manner implies the use of standardized clinical protocols. “Starting with finishing in mind” expresses perfectly how perfect finishing depends on attention to detail already during treatment planning. However, the use of clinical protocols and checklists in the final part of our treatment can aid in achieving optimal results. The scope of this lecture is to outline such clinical protocols which, if implemented, can immediately raise the average quality of our cases.
Short Curriculum Vitae
Stefano Troiani graduated at the University of Aarhus (Denmark) orthodontic program and received his MSc in Orthodontics in 2003. He has maintained a private practice in Denmark from 2003 to 2018 and in Germany since 2008. He worked as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Orthodontics of the University of Aarhus from 2005 to 2007. He has been the Scientific Director of the Alpe Adria Face Master held at the University of Graz, Ljubljana, and Zagreb in 2012-2013. He has been a Consultant Orthodontist at the Department of Maxillo-facial Surgery of the Hospital of Sønderborg (Denmark) from 2008 to 2009 and at the Department of Maxillo-facial Surgery of the University Hospital of Odense (Denmark) from 2008 to 2018. He is currently in private practice in Switzerland and Germany and serves as an advisor in the orthodontic industry. He has held more than 150 lectures and courses internationally.