Program Information

Congress Program

The Scientific Program of the 9th IOC will have two parallel components; one to cater to the Orthodontist and one for the Allied Health Professional which includes dental technicians, hygienists, dental attendants and office staff. In addition to these two programs, there will be a World Village Day comprised of 7-8 parallel, full-day programs.

A variety of sessions topics are planned, from clinical to political, as well as dedicated time for the poster session.

The Congress will begin on Sunday, 4th October with the Opening Ceremony and WFO Keynote Lecture. This lecture will be given by Prof. Takayuki Kuroda.

Doctors’ Program

Sunday, 4th October to Wednesday, 7th October
Planned 31 themes

WFO Keynote lecture

Evidence-based Orthodontic Treatment: What Is the Evidence?

Abstract

Takayuki Kuroda
Profile
Doctors Program 31 themes
Imaging and Digital Orthodontics

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Om Prakash Kharbanda (India)

Automation in 3-D cephalometrics and volumetric craniofacial Imaging

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Nikhilesh R. Vaid (India)

Digital Technologies in Orthodontics : Orthodontics Next Gen

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Toru Deguchi (USA/Japan)

Three-dimensional diagnostic application for graduate program in United States

Accelerated Tooth Movement

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Fang Bing (China)

Improvement of facial profile by extraction and corticotomy-assisted orthodontic on bimaxillary protrusion

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M. Ali Darendeliler (Australia)

How can we accelerate tooth movement? Do we need external Aids ?

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Martyn T Cobourne (UK)

Adjuncts to orthodontic tooth movement – are they really worth the bother?

Airway

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Won Moon (USA)

Non-Surgical Expansion with Midfacial Skeletal Expander (MSE) for Upper Airway Obstructive Patients

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Leslie A. Will (USA)

Update on Orthognathic Surgery: long term stability and relationship to airway

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Yuehua Liu (China)

Upper airway dilatation and dentofacial growth modification in children with obstructive sleep apnea

Clear Aligners

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Ali H Hassan (Saudi Arabia)

Clear Aligner; How predictable it is

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Zhihe Zhao (China)

The defects, risks and countermeasures of Clear Aligner

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Jorge Faber (Brazil)

Orthodontic Treatment for the Elderly Patient: Old is New

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Benedict Wilmes (Germany)

Improving the predictability of aligner therapy by using mini-implants

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Theodore Eliades (Switzerland)

Degradation of aligners: clinical variables and concerns

Biology in Orthodontics

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Nan E. Hatch (USA)

Biologic control of tooth movement: is it possible and, if so, how?

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David S. Carlson (USA)

Orthodontics in the age of precision medicine

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Adilson Luiz Ramos (Brazil)

Orthodontics movement through alveolar atrophic bone

Biomechanics

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Ravindra Nanda (USA)

Relevancy of Biomechanics in Clinical Orthodontics in 2020

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Noriaki Yoshida (Japan)

Applied biomechanics in clinical orthodontics

Bone Biology

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Carlalberta Verna (Switzerland)

The Influence of Bone Density on Tooth Movement Biomechanics

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Hiroshi Kamioka (Japan)

Bioimaging of Bone

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Sarandeep Huja (USA)

TBD

Edgewise Appliance

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Yves G. Bolender (France)

Are self-ligating brackets more efficient than traditional brackets? A systematic review of the literature and meta-analysis.

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Kyung Hee-Moon (Korea)

Revolution and evolution in orthodontic treatment during the last 4 decades

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Kazuhiro Arai (Japan)

Ethnic design of preadjusted appliance (Tentative)

Class II Treatment

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Sabine Ruf (Germany)

Class II Tx: success, stability and health effects

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Lorenzo Franchi (Italy)

Patient-dependent factors for the efficient treatment of Class II malocclusion

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Joseph Ghafari (Lebanon)

Revisiting Class II, Division 1 Malocclusion OR (if 1 hour) Revisiting Classes of Malocclusion

Class III Treatment

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Hugo De Clerck (Belgium)

BUMP

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Yijin Ren (Netherlands)

Bone-Anchored Maxillary Protraction in Cleft Patients with Class III malocclusion

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Yuxing Bai (China)

How to achieve more precise, efficient and stable results for maxillary anterior protraction therapy?

Cleft Lip and Palate

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David P. Rice (Finland)

Breakthroughs in Understanding Cleft Lip and Palate: Implications for Treatment and for Orthodontics

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Jonathan R Sandy (UK)

Orthodontists central to health care in cleft lip and palate

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Naoto Suda (Japan)

Regenerative medicine and orthodontic treatment of cleft lip and palate children

Craniofacial Disorders

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Dror Aizenbud (Israel)

The management of craniofacial anomalies ? 30 years' experience of the orthodontic perspective

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Nik Kantaputra (Thailand)

What Face, Teeth, and Gum Can Tell You About Syndromes

Craniofacial Growth

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Ichiro Takahashi (Japan)

Mechanical stress response of chondrocytes during early development of cartilage

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Laura R. Iwasaki (USA)

Mechanobehavior to predict temporomandibular joint growth and degeneration

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

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David L.Turpin (USA)

Changing Modes of Decision-making

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Hong He (China)

AIRWAY-CENTERED othodontic diagnosis and treatment for children

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Kunihiko Miyashita (Japan)

Dr. Broadbent’s 80 - year life records and its clinical applications by Cephalometrics

Early Treatment

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Peter W.H. Ngan (USA)

Early treatment of Class III malocclusion with TADs

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James A. McNamara (USA)

Expansion in the early mixed dentition: Is it worth the effort?

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Letizia Perillo (Italy)

Early treatment of dentoskeletal Class II malocclusion

Evidence Based Orthodontics

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Carlos Flores-Mir (Canada)

Application of evidence into daily orthodontic clinical decisions - the unerupted teeth story

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Padhraig Fleming (UK)

Orthodontic Retention: Not letting go?

Eruption Disorders

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Inger M. Kjær (Denmark)

Prediction and prevention of pathological tooth eruption

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Ewa Czochrowska (Poland)

Management of traumatically lost maxillary central incisors: Tooth transplantation versus orthodontic space closure

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Stella Chaushu (Israel)

Failures in treating impactions - hindsight is 20/20, so learn from your mistakes

Facial Esthetics

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Carroll-Ann Trotman (USA)

The Power of the Face: Restoring Function after Paralysis and Impairment

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David M Sarver (USA)

Macro-Mini-Microesthetics-explore the horizons

Genetics

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Sylvia Frazier-Bowers (USA)

Designer Genes and Personalized Orthodontics: The Clinical Relevance of Genetic Advances

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Carine Carels (Netherlands)

The Genetics and Genomics of Orofacial Clefting and of Tooth Agenesis

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Tetsutaro Yamaguchi (Japan)

Human genetics in malocclusion

Interdisciplinary Treatment

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Mithran Goonewardene (Australia)

Interdisciplinary management of complex dental problems

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Ute E. Schneider-Moser (Italy)

Complex Interdisciplinary Adult Treatments

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Birte Melsen (Denmark)

Regeneration of degenerated dentitions, together we can

Open Bite Treatment

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Greg J. Huang (USA)

Results from the National Adult Anterior Openbite Study

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Roberto Justus (Mexico)

Stability of open bite treatment with spur therapy

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Tae-Woo Kim (Korea)

Strategic approach to treat the open bite efficiently and to retain the stable result

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Flavia Artese (Brazil)

Open Bite: Are we treating the right causes?

Oral Physiology and Treatment

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Ambra Michelotti (Italy)

Occlusal vulnerability: hypervigilance, neuroplasticity and adaptation

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Shoichi Miyawaki (Japan)

Importance of occlusion and physiological significance of sleep bruxism

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Mauro Farella (New Zealand)

Bruxism: an orthodontist perspective.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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J. Martin Palomo (USA)

Sleep Apnea and the Orthodontist

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Timo Peltomäki (Finland)

Sleep disordered breathing: effect on early occlusal and craniofacial growth and development

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Seung-Hak Baek (Korea)

Treatment Guideline for Adult obstructive sleep apnea Patients in Perspective of Sleep Function and Facial Aesthetics

Patient’s Expectations and Treatment

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Steven J. Lindauer (USA)

Patient Expectations and the Future of Orthodontics

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Susan J Cunningham (UK)

Great Expectations…….managing patient expectations in orthodontics

Problems in Orthodontic Treatment

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Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman (Netherlands)

An evidence-based approach to external apical root resorption

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Glenn T. Sameshima (USA)

Root Resporption: Update for the Clinician

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Stavros Kiliaridis (Switzerland)

Occlusal interferences: How do they influence the orthodontic tooth movement?

Periodontal Considerations

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Chun-Hsi Chung (USA)

Periodontal Considerations in Orthodontic Treatment

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Christos Katsaros (Switzerland)

Long-term development of gingival recession in orthodontically treated patients in comparison to untreated individuals

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Li Weiran (China)

Orthodontic treatment in patients with periodontal defects

The Smile

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Sylvain Chamberland (Canada)

Vertical dimension and facial esthetics

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Joseph P. Bouserhal (Lebanon)

Smile Esthetics and Vertical Dimension

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Chris Chang (Taiwan)

Gummy smile correction

Orthognathic Surgery

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Flavio Uribe (USA)

Adjuncts in orthognathic surgery to enhance facial esthetics

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R. Scott Conley (USA)

Surgical orthodontics (including diagnosis, 3d computer aided treatment planning)

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Chung How Kau (USA)

3D planning in Orthodontics and Orthognathic Surgery

Temporary Anchorage Devices

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Kee-Joon Lee (Korea)

Total arch intrusion for hyperdivergent face: an alternative to conventional orthopedics

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Mitsuru Motoyoshi (Japan)

Safety placement of orthodontic anchoring screws

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Junji Sugawara (Japan)

How has skeletal anchorage changed the orthodontic strategies for Class III correction in adults?

TMJ

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Kotaro Tanimoto (Japan)

The Mechanism of Degenerative Changes in Temporomandibular Joint and Possible Approach for Orthodontic Treatment

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Sunil Kapila (USA)

Idiopathic TMJ Condylar Resorption: Current Approaches to Diagnosis and Management

Rising Stars

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Noriaki Ono (USA/JPN)

An orthodontist’s tale of cellular plasticity and stem cell activation in skeletal development and regeneration

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Akihiro Yasue (Japan)

Identification of causative gene mutations of oligodontia and in vivo functional analysis of Msx1 using genome editing technology

Allied Health Professional Program

Sunday, 4th October and Monday, 5th October
Planned 5 themes

Allied Health Professional Program 5 themes
Practice management and Marketing

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Elizabeth M. Barrett (USA)

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Yuko Shimizu (Australia)

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Rosemary Bray (USA)

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New Digital Technology

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Andrea Johnson (UK)

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New Digital Technology in orthodontic clinic (Internet, SNS etc)

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David R. Musich (USA)

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World Village Day

Tuesday, 6th October
World Village Day is one of the unique programs of IOC and is hosted by over 20 National Orthodontic Societies who are all affiliate organizations of the World Federation of Orthodontists.

This program will highlight the latest research and will have a strong clinical component with many case presentations.

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