Early Treatment of Malocclusions
Prevention and Interception in Primary Dentition
Dr. German Ramirez-Yañez (DDS, MDSc, MS, PhD, FRCDC)
Specialist in Pediatric Dentistry and Functional Maxillofacial Orthopedics
Singapore, September 11 – 12, 2015
Some of the topics covered:
Envisioning Craniofacial Growth and Development in 3D
Orientating Mastication to improve and maintain treatment results
Development of the occlusion from primary to permanent dentition
Can we prevent and treat malocclusions in primary dentition? Is there scientific evidence?
Building Planas’ Direct Tracks for Unilateral Posterior Cross bite on typodont
After an enlightening and information packed tour in Australia last May, Dr. German Ramirez-Yañez is going to be in Singapore sharing his knowledge on how to treat Malocclusion in children at an early age.
Reserve your time now and book a seat for September 11 – 12, 2015. He will be hosting a two-day hands-on course covering a proven orthodontic technique to address malocclusions in primary dentition.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to implement the technique in your practice and bring life changing results to your young patients in a very short period of time.
Dr. German Ramirez-Yañez (DDS, MDSc, MS, PhD, FRCDC) is a Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry certified by the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. Between his areas of expertise, he has a special interest in intervening early when a problem in the children’s bite is developing.
He is Associated Paediatric Dentist in Aurora Kids Dentistry in Aurora, Ontario, Canada, and he is associated with the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada, as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Oral Biology.
SPECIAL OFFER to all PDA members:
Enjoy a 35% discount (in addition to early bird discount) using this coupon code when registering online: PDAOFFER
Download the full brochure for detailed information or visit : http://www.d4kknowledge.com.au
You may also go to Dr Ramirez website to access additional information about malocclusions including case studies, videos and more. http://www.kidsmalocclusions.com