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Ute Schneider-Moser

Lorenz Moser and Ute Schneider-Moser

CV Ute Schneider-Moser

• 1985 DDS University of Mainz, Germany
• 1987 Private practice in Bolzano, Italy together with Dr. Lorenz Moser
• 1990 Active Member of the SIDO (Società di Ortodonzia Italiana)
• 1999 Diplomate of the Italian Board of Orthodontists (IBO)
• 2010 Specialty in Orthodontics, University of Ferrara, Italy
• 2010 Brainerd F. Swain Award of Excellence, Angle East, EHASO
• 2011 Active Member of the EHASO (Angle East)
• Since 2011 Visiting professor, Dep. of Orthodontics University of Ferrara, Italy
• 2012 President of the Accademia Italiana di Ortodonzia (AIdOr)
• 2019-2021 President Angle East (EHASO)
• 2022 Honorary Member AIdOr
• 2023 Brainerd F. Swain Award of Excellence, Angle East, EHASO
• 2023 Harvey Peck Memorial Award, Angle East, EHASO
• 2023 President Elect SIDO 2024
• Since 2021 Adjunct Associate Professor, Dep. of Orthodontics, University of Pennsylvania, USA

• Publications in peer-reviewed journals and chapters in orthodontic textbooks
• Reviewer for AJODO, Angle Orthodontist, JERD, JOMS
• Member Editorial Board Seminars in Orthodontics


Orthodontic treatment solutions in patients with missing teeth in the esthetic zone

Lorenz Moser and Ute Schneider Moser

Patients affected by missing teeth in the esthetic zone due to agenesis or transpositions, impacted or retained teeth, tooth malformations such as dilaceration or enamel dysplasia, and the entire range of dental trauma may sometimes require unusual treatment approaches. The therapeutic challenge in these patients is to select 1) the most appropriate orthodontic strategy without the need for extremely sophisticated mechanics, 2) to keep treatment time within acceptable limits for not risking iatrogenic damages, e.g. major root resorptions and 3) to avoid the necessity for a future extensive implanto-prosthodontic rehabilitation whenever feasible. Simple, but efficient treatment strategies for clinical patients with missing teeth in the upper AND in the lower esthetic zone will be presented to explain the pros and cons of space closure and space opening.

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