the characteristics of lingual treatment in order to make a proper selection of cases and a proper treatment plan.
how to define treatment goals without putting too much focus on the different types of appliance to use
the lingual technique with high skill levels comparable to those in labial treatment
Lingual Orthodontics, created 40 years ago in Japan and in USA, was developed mainly in Europe and in Asia.
Dr Didier Fillion was the 1st orthodontist in the world to limit his practice to the lingual orthodontics and one of the main promoters in Europe.
Regularly invited by the Japanese Society of Lingual Orthodontics, he met Dr Ryuzo Fukawa in 2000.
Very quickly they notice that their conception of lingual orthodontics and aesthetic of the smile was very close.
Although the malocclusions which they had to treat in their respective countries were different, for more than 15 years now, they collaborated in their research for the most effective lingual technique.
The program includes 3 sessions of 2 days.
THE FIRST TWO SESSIONS
They take place in France for the non-Asian participants and in Japan for the Asian participants,
to know all the characteristics of the lingual technique and learn all the possible mechanics according to malocclusions to treat.
thanks to the simulation of treatments on Typodonts, to master the choices of wires, their use and their action.
THE THIRD SESSION
In common with the Asian and non-Asian participants, it takes place in Paris and includes special lectures given by Didier Fillion, Ryuzo Fukawa and invited expert speakers in various area of lingual orthodontics.
The 3rd session allows all the participants to present cases in treatment or in preparation.
An optional visit to the laboratory of Lingual Liberty is organized after the 3rd session.
This program allows you to reproduce clinically what you have been taught.
thanks to live clinical demos and the possibility of assistance to chair.
Thanks to its practical part, it allows you to acquire the skill necessary for a practice of excellence.