Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics AIOI Fellowship program

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Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics AIOI Fellowship program

Time & Location

Jun 28, 2020, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM GMT+5:30

About the event


All the students will have to have a dentist's degree


  • Concept of Beauty & Divine proportions
  • Growth and Development Occlusion and guidance of occlusion
  • Malocclusion etiology
  • Orthodontic diagnosis
  • Removable appliances vs. fixed appliances
  • TMJ, Muscles of mastication, Tonsils, Adenoid and Airway
  • Biology of tooth movement and its effects.
  • Diagnosis and treatment planning Cephalometric and software applications
  • Treatment concepts-Pre-adjusted appliances
  • Physiology of muscle and Electromyography
  • Biomechanics
  • Orthodontic materials, wire, and elastics & associated allergies to Ni & Latex
  • Properties of materials and applications
  • Anchorage control, leveling & aligning
  • Functional appliances and their clinical applications
  • Extraction vs. Non-extractions
  • Bite opening procedures
  • The versatility of appliances - Roth, MBT Severity of malocclusion and methods of gaining space
  • Interceptive orthodontics/oral habits
  • Extraoral/intraoral anchorage, mini-screws applications
  • Space closure mechanics
  • Management of class 1 malocclusions Management of cleft lip and cleft palate Root resorption and its management in orthodontics
  • Overjet reduction
  • Management of class II malocclusions
  • Adult Orthodontics
  • Typodont exercises
  • Soldering and welding,
  • Space maintainer fabrication
  • Case presentations and Seminars by participants
  • Finishing and detailing
  • Management of class III malocclusion
  • Concept of Tip edge technique
  • Sectional orthodontics
  • Viewpoint on surgical orthodontics.
  • Diverse treatment mechanics and applications
  • Concept sharing on lingual orthodontics
  • Relapse and its management.
  • Recap of Fixed orthodontic appliances
  • Diagnosis treatment planning, software applications, derivation of functional analysis & other challenges in the diagnosis of dentofacial deformities.
  • Serial growth vectors in development & the role of interceptive procedures, Guidance of occlusion & management of airway problems.
  • Skeletal modifications during growth & development with various functional appliances, parameters to select the indications of the type of appliance in various clinical discrepancies & their follow-up.
  • Sagittal, vertical & transverse discrepancies & their management, in adolescent & adult malocclusions; class I, II, III situations, rapid maxillary expansion options.
  • Principles of treatment mechanics, various options, MTB philosophy & versatility.
  • Tip-Edge, applications of lingual orthodontics, & self-ligating brackets– Adult orthodontics.
  • Invisalign & clear aligners with their applications & limitations.
  • Space management & Anchorage enhancement with- temporary anchorage devices- concepts & hands-on exposure on sheep jaws with advanced treatment mechanics for impacted canines.
  • Extraction & Non-Extraction philosophy.
  • Interdisciplinary management of Cleft lip & Cleft palate.
  • Orthodontists' role in upper airway sleep disorders.
  • Meeting the challenges of relapse & retention. Current options available to the profession to match the patient’s perception.​

Practicals covered:

  • Cephalometric analysis
  • Bracket fixing
  • Band making
  • Wire placement
  • Lace back
  • Bend back
  • Transpalatal arch
  • Nance holding arch
  • Lingual archUtility arches
  • Tear loop retraction spring
  • T loop
  • Curve of spee
  • Reverse curve of spee
  • Incorporating torque
  • Twin block
  • Space maintainer
  • Soldering techniques
  • Headgear demo
  • Facebow demo
  • All other necessary wire bending exercises


Submission of FIVE  Finished cases with complete documentation and  ONE dissertation literature review is required for receiving the Diploma.


The course will be evaluated by taking an online exam and presenting cases by the students.


Dr. Julio José Suay Antón - Director

Dr. Sibi Xavier - Director Practices

Dr. Manjit Singh - Course Director

Dr. Honey Sibi  – Practice Coordinator

Dr. Nilima Sibi Thottumkal – Course Coordinator

Dr. Francisco Romero


Workshop fees Rs.1,75,000 ( Includes Lectures and Demo on IDRR Virtual Class Rooms, Hands-on workshops with Models, and all materials at various centers in India ). Pay a booking amount now and the balance by a single payment of Rs.1,50,000 or  12 Monthly installments of Rs.14,000 each ( with PD Cheques).


Euro 1000 to be paid when required by the University  for Diploma (With University modules, online examination, and Diploma Certificate)


USD 250 ( For a Fellowship from Association of Interdisciplinary Dentistry )

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