Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

Boychuk Memorial Orthodontic Lecture

September 14, 2018
University of Alberta 8205 114 St NW Corbett Hall 207 Edmonton, AB T6G 2G4

COURSE OUTLINE
– Management of Trauma Cases with focus to ankylosed teeth (2 hours)
– Can we accelerate the orthodontic tooth Movement? (1.5 hour)
– Management of Vertical Dimension (1 hour)
– What is the reality about the Orthopaedic Management of Class IIIs (1 hour)
-Management of Orthodontic Root Resorption (1 hour)

PRESENTER:
DR. M. Ali DARENDELILER
BDS, PhD, Dip. Orth., Certif. Orth., Priv. Doc., MRACDS (Ortho), FICD.

Dr. Darendeliler is Professor and Chair of Orthodontics, Discipline of Orthodontics at the University of Sydney (Australia) and Head of Department at Sydney Dental Hospital, Sydney Local Health District.

He received his dentistry training from the University of Istanbul and his PhD from the University of Gazi, in Turkey. His first specialist training in orthodontics was from the University of Geneva, Switzerland and his second specialist training from the High Education Council, Turkey.

During the course of his career, Dr Darendeliler has undertaken duties as a clinical instructor, research and postgraduate coordinator (Maître d’Assisstant et de Recherche) at the University of Geneva, Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Research Professor at the University of Southern California. He was awarded with the highest honour the European Society of Orthodontists can give being the “Sheldon Friel Lecturer” for his significant scientific contribution to orthodontics, and the highest scientific recognition from the Australian Society of Orthodontists receiving the “Begg Award”. He has lectured in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia

In addition to his research and teaching commitments he also maintains a private specialist orthodontic practice.



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