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Bernd Lapatki

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Bernd Lapatki received the degree in dentistry from the University of Freiburg, Germany, in 1994. He defended the Dr. med. dent. degree in 1998, and his Habilitation Thesis leading to the highest German academic degree in 2007. He received the Ph.D. degree in neurophysiology from Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, in 2010. His clinical career started in 1995 with practicing as a general dentist for two years before his postgraduate study at the Department of Orthodontics, Freiburg University Medical Centre. During his clinical work at this department as Specialist in Orthodontics from 2000 to 2009, he was also a Research Fellow at the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center, The Netherlands. Since 2009, he is Professor of Orthodontics and Head of the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Ulm, and since 2013, the Director of the Centre of Dentistry at this University. The research of his group focuses on numerical simulation and experimental evaluation of orthodontic treatment mechanics including fixed appliances and aligners, the (patho-)physiology of the facial and masticatory motor systems, and the development and evaluation of digital methods for orthodontic diagnosis and treatment. His clinical focus includes application of segmented arch techniques and treatment mechanics based on skeletal anchorage which are particularly valuable for therapy of patients with missing teeth.

摘要
Topic:Space Closure vs. Primary Tooth Preservation vs. Prosthetic Replacement – Treatment Strategies in Patients with Missing teeth
The prevalence of congenital agenesis of permanent teeth has been reported in many studies to occur between 3.4% - 10.1% of the general population. Most patients who have been affected have either one missing tooth or two missing teeth representing 48% and 35% of the reported cases respectively. Oligodontia, which is the agenesis of six or more teeth, concerns 2.6% of the affected individuals with a total prevalence of 0.14%. This data shows that the Orthodontists are relatively concerned with this problem. This presentation focuses on the fundamental diagnostic, functional and therapeutic management of tooth agenesis. Different treatment modalities will be discussed including orthodontic space closure, prosthodontic replacement, tooth transplantation and long-term preservation of corresponding deciduous teeth considering the occurrence of collateral morphological, functional and esthetic factors that may affect treatment result. The main focus of the presentation is on treatment of the most frequent cases of agenesis; the missing lower second premolars and the upper lateral incisors. The decision paths are introduced and illustrated by finished cases to provide the clinician with clear and concrete recommendations for orthodontic and inter-disciplinary therapy. Moreover, basic principles for treatment planning in oligodontia cases are presented. The use of skeletal anchorage has tremendously expanded the possibilities of orthodontic treatment of patients with missing teeth and will therefore also be a subject of discussion.  
人物介绍
Bernd Lapatki received the degree in dentistry from the University of Freiburg, Germany, in 1994. He defended the Dr. med. dent. degree in 1998, and his Habilitation Thesis leading to the highest German academic degree in 2007. He received the Ph.D. degree in neurophysiology from Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, in 2010. His clinical career started in 1995 with practicing as a general dentist for two years before his postgraduate study at the Department of Orthodontics, Freiburg University Medical Centre. During his clinical work at this department as Specialist in Orthodontics from 2000 to 2009, he was also a Research Fellow at the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center, The Netherlands. Since 2009, he is Professor of Orthodontics and Head of the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Ulm, and since 2013, the Director of the Centre of Dentistry at this University. The research of his group focuses on numerical simulation and experimental evaluation of orthodontic treatment mechanics including fixed appliances and aligners, the (patho-)physiology of the facial and masticatory motor systems, and the development and evaluation of digital methods for orthodontic diagnosis and treatment. His clinical focus includes application of segmented arch techniques and treatment mechanics based on skeletal anchorage which are particularly valuable for therapy of patients with missing teeth.

摘要
Topic:Space Closure vs. Primary Tooth Preservation vs. Prosthetic Replacement – Treatment Strategies in Patients with Missing teeth
The prevalence of congenital agenesis of permanent teeth has been reported in many studies to occur between 3.4% - 10.1% of the general population. Most patients who have been affected have either one missing tooth or two missing teeth representing 48% and 35% of the reported cases respectively. Oligodontia, which is the agenesis of six or more teeth, concerns 2.6% of the affected individuals with a total prevalence of 0.14%. This data shows that the Orthodontists are relatively concerned with this problem. This presentation focuses on the fundamental diagnostic, functional and therapeutic management of tooth agenesis. Different treatment modalities will be discussed including orthodontic space closure, prosthodontic replacement, tooth transplantation and long-term preservation of corresponding deciduous teeth considering the occurrence of collateral morphological, functional and esthetic factors that may affect treatment result. The main focus of the presentation is on treatment of the most frequent cases of agenesis; the missing lower second premolars and the upper lateral incisors. The decision paths are introduced and illustrated by finished cases to provide the clinician with clear and concrete recommendations for orthodontic and inter-disciplinary therapy. Moreover, basic principles for treatment planning in oligodontia cases are presented. The use of skeletal anchorage has tremendously expanded the possibilities of orthodontic treatment of patients with missing teeth and will therefore also be a subject of discussion.  
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