30 Saturday 24 November 2012 Gernot Heine und Jörg Forsbach Hannover Germany From analogue technique to digital aligner practice Analogue approaches have proven their worth in the past in the preparation for aligner treatment Since 2007 we have also be using fully digital technologies This presentation describes a workflow for successfully combining both process chains in a manner appropriate to practice routine Treatment examples are provided in order to illustrate potential outcomes right up to prosthetic implementation Gernot Heine 1997 Licensed to practice as a dental surgeon University of Gottingen GAU 1993 1994 Research associate at the faculty of anatomical sciences 1995 2002 Research associate with the research group for biomechanics under Prof Nägerl and Prof Kubein Meesenburg analysis of joint function and preparation of anatomical joints together with Prof Fanghänel University of Greifswald Further focus areas in research in the field of functional diagnostics of the temporomandibular joint using ultrasound and optical measurement systems 2001 Certified training course in manual medicine and osteopathy for orthodontic specialists DGMM IUK www dgmm fac de 2001 Accreditation as an orthodontic specialist 2002 Joined a holistic group practice in Cologne senior partner Dr Werner Schupp 2006 Private practice in Hanover Realisation of the first therapy concept aimed at relieving all patients of fixed appliances 2007 to date 100 aligner technology Conference

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