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news 92nd EOS Congress4 CURADEN AG | 6011 Kriens CPS prime interdental brushes and iTOP system. Test both now – it’s sulcuslove at first sight. Sulcuslove AD To be held at the Brighton Centre from 23 to 25 September, the annual congress of the British Orthodontic Society boasts an impressive line-up of speakers that includes world-famous orthodontists Prof. Lysle Johnston from the US and the UK’s own Prof. Kevin O’Brien (Manchester). Both will share their views on contemporary orthodon- tic trends with congress attendees. There will also be papers by a number of international experts, like Dr Adrian Becker from Israel and Prof. Hans-Peter Bantleon from Austria, as well as the best the UK has to offer in the field, including Prof. Anthony Ireland, who will be delivering the prestigious Northcroft lecture. Also presenting in Brighton will be Hert- fordshire experimental psychologist Prof. Richard Wiseman. The congress will further see the introduction of a number of hands-on sessions called “skill studios”, with limited attendance, which are a further development of the highly successful master classes. According to the BOS, the pro- gramme for this year’s event has been developed with the entire dental team in mind. “We will be developing the successful team lectures focusing on some non-clinical skills of benefit to the whole team,” chairperson of the BOS organising committee Richard Jo- nes said. “This includes Dr Guido Sam- permans, a highly innovative and ins- pirational orthodontist from Vienna who shares his vision of the patient journey and how the whole team can work together to deliver this.” More than 1,000 attendees are ex- pected for the congress in September. As a first, it will be held alongside the Orthodontic Technicians Association’s annual conference. Registration will open during the course of this week on the BOS website at uk. More information about the exten- sive programme can also be found there. World-class orthodontic experts to gather in Brighton The orthodontic segment has grown significantly within the past 20 years owing to new technologies and pro- ducts, as well as an increase in adult pa- tients requesting orthodontic treatment. In response to this trend and to update dentists on the most significant develop- ments in the field, Dental Tribune Inter- national (DTI) has added ortho—interna- tional magazine of orthodontics to its portfolio. The 2016 issue includes ar- ticles on clear aligners, vibration the- rapy and rapid maxillary expansion, as well as the latest product information and event previews. The new high-gloss English-langu- age magazine adopts an interdiscipli- nary approach involving orthodontics, oral surgery, periodontics and restora- tive dentistry, and aims to serve as an educational tool, providing comprehen- sive knowledge and information on the newesttechnologythatcanprofitablybe integrated into treatment concepts. The publication, which will be distributed at all major international orthodontic con- gresses and exhibitions, presents the la- test research and case studies, as well as trends in procedures and techniques. In order to connect with orthodon- tic specialists, the DTI team is scheduled to attend a number of orthodontic events around the globe in 2016, inclu- ding the annual congress of the British Orthodontic Society in Brighton, which will take place between 23 and 25 June in Brighton in the UK; and the fourth Scientific Congress for Aligner Ortho- dontics, to be held on 18 and 19 Novem- ber in Cologne in Germany. DTI will be providing comprehensive live coverage of these and other events on its website. In addition, e-newsletters about the res- pective events will be sent to orthodon- tists worldwide. From 2017, a new issue of the ortho magazine will be published twice a year with a print run of 4,000 copies. An e-paper edition of the magazine is available free of charge via the DTI on- line print archive. New ortho magazine launched practice management Short-term gains… long-term problems? trends & applications Vibration therapy in orthodontics: Realising the benefits industry report From straightforward to complex cases 12016 issn 1868-3207 Vol. 1 • Issue 1/2016 orthointernational magazine of orthodontics

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