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Under the influence of head leaders like Drs. Allan Brodie and William Downs he devoted his Orthodontics career to expand the specialty to new dimensions. Being with very unquiet personality and possessing a great devotion to furthering the field of orthodontics, he developed the Bioprogressive Therapy Philosophy as an option and an answer to many limitations that were surrounding the specialty during that time.
Many great professionals joined his team, such as Ruel Bench, Carl Gugino, James Hilgers, Terry Sellke, Duane Grummons, Michael Langlade, Eichiro Nakajima and many others around the world, and the philosophy was stretched to a world recognized technique. By joining the program the participant will have a chance to open up and enhance their clinical practice possibilities. Participants will also have a choice as a group to pick an additional 2-hour lecture from our guest speakers list on one of the following topics: Digital Technology and Diagnostic Imaging in Bioprogressive treatment Dr.
Galang Participant eligibility This course is open to orthodontists with theoretical and clinical experience preferably in Bioprogressive concepts. Speakers Dr. Nelson Oppermann Dr. Oppermann has been involved with Bioprogressive and sectional mechanics studies. His connection to Dr. Robert Ricketts years ago and his presence in several studies on those subjects helped this development. He also lectures on physiologic occlusal control and mandibular repositioning while emphasizing the treatment from TMJ health perspective.
Oppermann is an active and enthusiastic lecturer, having visited many countries giving talks on the Bioprogressive Therapy philosophy. In joined the Orthodontics Specialization Program at Sao Leopoldo Mandic University — Brazil as a full-time faculty on the Bioprogressive program where he taught and conducted research based on sectional mechanics associated with different growth patterns from till He was also involved as adjunct lecturer at the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Illinois at Chicago from till Sanchez has become a full time clinical assistant professor and biomechanics co-course director of the orthodontic department at UIC since August Budi Kusnoto Dr.
Kusnoto has been a faculty member involved in the implementation of digital technology in the Department of Orthodontics at UIC since Budi Kusnoto also actively involved in research and teaching on the subject of diagnosis and treatment planning particularly in using Bioprogressive principles. He is involved in the development of the Modern Bioprogressive Web-Portal. Much of his work has been published in refereed journals.
Budi Kusnoto is actively involved in research involving the management of craniofacial patients and orthognathic surgical cases as well as teaching diagnosis and treatment planning utilizing 3D imaging technology. Mohammed Elnagar Dr. Mohammed Elnagar is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Orthodontics, University of Illinois at Chicago.
After that he obtained his Certificate of specialty in Orthodontics and Master of Dental Science degree. He joined the Department of Orthodontics, University of Illinois at Chicago in to earn his PhD and later became a full time faculty member. His PhD work was a clinical trial that involved different protocols of bone-anchored maxillary protraction for the treatment of Class III patients and evaluation of the treatment outcomes using 3D digital technology.
In addition, he is also involved in research projects on the Bioprogressive philosophy and alveolar cortical plate response to orthodontic tooth movement. In addition, Dr. Terry A. Sellke Born in Chicago, Dr. Sellke is a native Illinoisan. His fervor for Illinois extends to his academic background, having enrolled in the University of Illinois undergraduate and dental school. He graduated with his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in Two years later, he achieved a specialty degree in orthodontics.
In , Dr. Sellke became a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. Sellke lectures domestically and internationally on clinical orthodontics as well as another of his passions, applying business principles to the practice of orthodontics. Sellke was elected to the American College of Dentists by his peers and has been a reviewer for the American Journal of Orthodontics for many years.
He has published dozens of articles on orthodontics in professional journals worldwide. His text on the Bioprogressive Orthodontic Philosophy has been translated into four languages.
Veerasathpurush Sath Allareddy Dr. Maria Therese Galang-Boquiren Dr. Maria Therese Galang-Boquiren graduated with a DMD from the University of the Philippines in Manila in , and was ranked tenth of almost who passed the licensure examination given that year. After a year of private general practice in her home country, she went to the University of Illinois at Chicago, completing an MS in Oral Sciences. She went on to obtain a Certificate in Orthodontics and an Advanced Standing DDS degree at the same institution in and , respectively.
Galang-Boquiren has received numerous awards from both Philippine- and American-based institutions. In the same year, she received a grant for research in sleep apnea. She has mentored over 50 dental students and orthodontic residents and has helped them with numerous research projects which were eventually presented in scientific meetings and published in peer-reviewed journals, a number of which won awards.
Because of her successful collaboration with the UIC Colleges of Nursing and Medicine in the field of dental sleep medicine, she was appointed as one of the directors of the Illinois Sleep Society and was recently appointed Secretary-Treasurer of the ISS.
Galang-Boquiren also reviews articles for various peer-reviewed journals such as the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, World Journal of Orthodontics and Journal of Dental Education, and has been invited to present in conferences both locally and internationally.
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BIOPROGRESSIVE THERAPY IN ORTHODONTICS PDF
By that moment he got fascinated for the specialty and start his mission to become a post-graduate student of Orthodontics. Background of Bioprogressive Philosophy. Accordingly, in order for the oorthodontics to apply the new technique with the intelligence, he must realize that many biologic factors form the fundamental criteria of its application. Even as a simple mechanical regime, however, it rates with or better than any other current multibanded method as a practical and efficient clinical procedure.
Under the influence of head leaders like Drs. Allan Brodie and William Downs he devoted his Orthodontics career to expand the specialty to new dimensions. Being with very unquiet personality and possessing a great devotion to furthering the field of orthodontics, he developed the Bioprogressive Therapy Philosophy as an option and an answer to many limitations that were surrounding the specialty during that time. Many great professionals joined his team, such as Ruel Bench, Carl Gugino, James Hilgers, Terry Sellke, Duane Grummons, Michael Langlade, Eichiro Nakajima and many others around the world, and the philosophy was stretched to a world recognized technique.