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Mauro Farella

人物介绍
Professor Mauro Farella is Chair of Orthodontics, Director of the Postgraduate Programme in Orthodontics and Deputy Associate Dean for Research for the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He holds a DDS Degree (University of Naples), a Specialist Degree in Orthodontics (University of Naples), a PhD in Oral Sciences (University of Reggio Calabria), a Specialist Degree in Medical Statistics (University of Milan), and the "Venia Legendi" in Switzerland (University of Zürich). He has also been awarded Certified Membership of the European Board of Orthodontists (Helsinki, Finland).
His current research interests include craniofacial growth, jaw function, and biomechanics in orthodontics. In addition, Mauro Farella is a widely recognized expert in orofacial muscles, bruxism, and temporomandibular joint research. Mauro Farella has published numerous (>120) original articles in peer-reviewed international journals, He is an Associate Editor of the journal “Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research” and served on the Editorial Board of the "Journal of Dental Research" and the "Journal of Oral Rehabilitation". He has lectured around the world and is an active member of many associations. He is the recipient of several national and international research prizes, such as the Alan Docking Award from the International Association for Dental Research, and the Sir John Walsh Award, to acknowledge the excellence achieved in dental research.
摘要
Title: Arch form, finishing and stability: Stability for the Patient or Orthodontist?
Abstract: Evaluation of orthodontic outcome is based on assessment of occlusal features and the expectation of long term stability. Attempts to speed up orthodontic treatment, however, may result in overexpansion of dental arches and compromised occlusal result. But is a good occlusion more stable over time? If so, what occlusal features are most important for long term stability of the result and thus are more relevant to our patients? This lecture will attempt to answer FAQs regarding the role of the dental arch form, finishing and detailing in orthodontics and its importance in long-term stability of orthodontic correction. The role of patient-specific factors for clinical decision-making will also be discussed. 

人物介绍
Professor Mauro Farella is Chair of Orthodontics, Director of the Postgraduate Programme in Orthodontics and Deputy Associate Dean for Research for the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He holds a DDS Degree (University of Naples), a Specialist Degree in Orthodontics (University of Naples), a PhD in Oral Sciences (University of Reggio Calabria), a Specialist Degree in Medical Statistics (University of Milan), and the "Venia Legendi" in Switzerland (University of Zürich). He has also been awarded Certified Membership of the European Board of Orthodontists (Helsinki, Finland).
His current research interests include craniofacial growth, jaw function, and biomechanics in orthodontics. In addition, Mauro Farella is a widely recognized expert in orofacial muscles, bruxism, and temporomandibular joint research. Mauro Farella has published numerous (>120) original articles in peer-reviewed international journals, He is an Associate Editor of the journal “Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research” and served on the Editorial Board of the "Journal of Dental Research" and the "Journal of Oral Rehabilitation". He has lectured around the world and is an active member of many associations. He is the recipient of several national and international research prizes, such as the Alan Docking Award from the International Association for Dental Research, and the Sir John Walsh Award, to acknowledge the excellence achieved in dental research.
摘要
Title: Arch form, finishing and stability: Stability for the Patient or Orthodontist?
Abstract: Evaluation of orthodontic outcome is based on assessment of occlusal features and the expectation of long term stability. Attempts to speed up orthodontic treatment, however, may result in overexpansion of dental arches and compromised occlusal result. But is a good occlusion more stable over time? If so, what occlusal features are most important for long term stability of the result and thus are more relevant to our patients? This lecture will attempt to answer FAQs regarding the role of the dental arch form, finishing and detailing in orthodontics and its importance in long-term stability of orthodontic correction. The role of patient-specific factors for clinical decision-making will also be discussed. 

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