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  • Dr. 尾島 賢治
  • Dr. 有本 博英
  • Dr. 久保田 衛
  • Dr. 坂本 紗有見
  • Dr. 大内 仁守
  • Dr. 村上 久夫
  • Dr. 大多良 俊光
  • Dr. 安 吉祐
  • Dr. 堀内 淳
  • Dr. 檀 知里
  • Dr. 西山 力
  • Dr. 尾島 賢治
  • Dr. Werner Schupp
  • Dr. Yau Yi Kwong
  • Dr. Narandr Chevangkul
  • Dr. 有本 博英
  • Dr. 篠原 範行
  • Dr. 久保田 衛
  • Dr. 坂本 紗有見
  • Dr. 大内 仁守
  • Dr. 村上 久夫
  • Dr. 安 吉祐
  • Dr. 石井一裕
  • Dr. 檀 知里
  • Dr. 尾島 賢治
  • Dr. 菅原 準二
  • Dr. Werner Schupp
  • Dr. Yau Yi Kwong
  • Dr. Narandr Chevangkul
  • Dr. Francesco Garino
  • Dr. Tommaso Castroflorio
  • Dr. Kamy Malekian
  • Dr. Sabrina Huang
  • Dr. Wolfgang Biosserée
  • Dr. 有本 博英
  • Dr. 篠原 範行
  • Dr. 河村 純
  • Dr. 岡藤 範正
  • Dr. 久保田 衛
  • Dr. 坂本 紗有見
  • Dr. 村上 久夫
  • Dr. 安 吉祐
  • Dr. Louis-Charles ROISIN
  • Dr. 檀 知里
  • Dr. 熊谷 友理子
  • Dr. 尾島 賢治
  • Dr. Ravi Nanda
  • Dr. 菅原 準二
  • Dr. Werner Schupp
  • Dr. Yau Yi Kwong
  • Dr. Narandr Chevangkul
  • Dr. Francesco Garino
  • Dr. Tommaso Castroflorio
  • Dr. Kamy Malekian
  • Dr. Wolfgang Biosserée
  • Dr. David Couchat
  • Dr. Sam Daher
  • Dr. Stephen Chang
  • Dr. 有本 博英
  • Dr. 渡辺 仁資
  • Dr. 村上 久夫
  • Dr. 檀 知里

Dr. Wolfgang Biosserée Germany

Abstract

Japan Academy of Aligner Orthodontics 2015
<Fundamentals of interdisciplinary cooperation betweenorthodontics and restorative dentistry with special attention to the function>
The dentistry has direct influence on the temporomandibular joint function and on the neuromuscular system by changing the occlusion. The temporomandibular joints, masticatory muscles and the teeth have a not to be underestimated impact onto the entire organism. This relationship is complex and multilayered, and described in detail in various studies.

For the planning of a complex interdisciplinary treatment the speakers will give a well-defined schedule as a prerequisite for successful treatment. The algorithm of this sequence is shown in detail and described in various different treatment strategies.

Objective of dentistry in this context is the occlusal therapy, which often requires interaction of orthodontics and restorative dentistry. The realization in the dental practice today takes place for the most part in a digital workflow. The virtual orthodontic treatment planning (ClinCheck Software) and the current possibilities of CAD / CAM technology in the functional therapeutic and restorative dentistry will also be presented in various treatment examples.

Born 13th of. March 1955, Cologne, Germany

Qualification as dental technician from 1975-1979

Studies of dentistry at Göttingen University (Georg-August Universität), graduation in 1985, dissertation 1987.

Dental surgeon in the German air force during military service 1986- 1987

Own practice in Cologne since 1988

Intensive advanced education in Germany and abroad, with emphasis on gnathology, interrelated aspects of the craniomandibular system and the entire body as well as functionally suitable prosthodontics. Advanced education in manual medicine and osteopathy.

Speaker in Germany and European Countries on the topics of gnathology, prosthetic rehabilitation after functional therapy and interdisciplinary dentistry.

Book Publication “Kraniomandibuläres und Muskuloskelettales System” (Craniomandibular and Musculoskeletal System) together with Dr. Werner Schupp, Quintessenz-Verlag, 2012

Numerous publications concerning function, prosthetic rehabilitation after functional therapy and interdisciplinary dentistry in national and international journals.

Founder member and chairman of the interdisciplinary Group “Zahn und Mensch” (Dental an Human Balance)

Certified Specialist for functional diagnosis and therapy (German Association of Functional Diagnosis an Therapy, DGFDT)

Lecturer at Innsbruck Medical University, Austria

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