16 International Keynote Speakers
CV Giorgio Iodice
Giorgio Iodice received the degree in “Dentistry”, the Specialty in “Orthodontics” and the PhD in “Oral Sciences” from the University of Naples “Federico II”. He received the Certificate of Excellence in Orthodontics in Italy (Italian Board of Orthodontics) and the E.B.O. (European Board of Orthodontics). Member of the IBO examining committee in 2013, 2015 and 2017, and of the SIDO Model Display examining committee in 2014. Certificated for the Incognito lingual technique in 2009, from 2012 he is Clinical Professor at the Incognito Master in Naples. In 2017 he attained the Master degree in Lingual Orthodontics and in 2020 in Temporo-Mandibular Disorders. Honorary Senior Lecturer and Clinical Tutor at the University of Naples Federico II and at the University of Otago (New Zeland), he is President 2020-2022 of the European Begg Society of Orthodontics (EBSO), Secretary of the Italian Board of Orthodontics (IBO), past-President 2020-2021 of the Italian Association of Specialists in Orthodontics (ASIO), past-President of the Italian Society of Aligners (SIALIGN), and active member of SIDO, EOS, SIBOS, AIDOr and SIDA. Exclusivist in orthodontics, his main clinical and research interest are focused on the characteristics of treating adult patients, temporary anchorage devices (TADs) and the relationship between occlusion and temporo-mandibular disorders. Referee of several national and international journals, he has been author of book chapters and numerous publications in national and international journals, as well as speaker in international congresses and university masters.
Class II management with skeletal anchorage
Class II malocclusion has the highest prevalence compared to those that characterize our patients. Nevertheless, very often the therapeutic approach to this type of malocclusion is based mainly on clinical opinions, dated and partial information. Frequently, therefore, the clinician, mainly if at the beginning of his orthodontic journey, is in difficulty in identifying the right choices that characterize the correct diagnostic and therapeutic path, poised between aesthetics and biological limits, between efficacy and efficiency. In certain cases, the choice of the anchorage and its orthodontic management can be extremely important for the outcome of the treatment. In these cases, the use of skeletal anchorage can deeply improve the efficiency and efficacy of the treatment, reducing clinical problems, patients’ compliance and, mostly important, giving to the clinicians a reliable and predictable anchorage. Several clinical protocols can be used for this purpose. Relative advantages and disadvantages will be analysed during the lecture.