Stacks Image p133_n2
Stacks Image 420

ITALY

Giuseppe Siciliani

Stacks Image p458_n2
Giuseppe Siciliani

Dr. Giuseppe Siciliani  graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University “La Sapienza” in Rome. In 1980, he worked as an Assistant Professor at the Dental Clinic La Sapienza. In 1986, he became an Associate Professor at University “Roma Tor Vergata”.

In 1989, he served as a Fulltime Professor of Orthodontics at University of Ferrara. In 1990, he was elected as the Director of the Postgraduate School of Orthodontics at the University of Ferrara, a role that he still holds. In 1991, he was elected Director of the Dental School at the University of Ferrara. 

In addition, he is the author of three books and about a hundred scientific publications, he also participated as a speaker at several national and international meetings. In 1993, he was nominated “Commendatore della Repubblica Italiana” for his outstanding scientific merits.
Close
Stacks Image p148_n2
Stacks Image 424

ITALY

Luca Lombardo

Stacks Image p459_n2
Luca Lombardo

After earning a degree in dentistry at the University of Palermo in 2004, Dr. Lombardo specialized in orthodontics at the University of Ferrara in 2007. He continued there as a research fellow until 2011 and has been an adjunct professor since 2010. 

Since 2012, he has been a researcher at Ferrara University and member of the European Board of Orthodontics. He is the author of several international publications and a speaker at national and international conferences.

He served as president of the Italian Association of Specialists in Orthodontics and is currently president of the Italian Association of Lingual Orthodontics. He is a member of SIDO, AIDOR, and WSLO. In 2018, he was elected as the president of the Italian Academy of Orthodontic
Close

F22 biologic teeth aligner

The most recent articles on the efficacy of aligners in achieving orthodontic movement have demonstrated that this type of appliance still has some important limitations.
Nevertheless, aligners continue to grow in popularity among patients, for whom aesthetic and removable solutions are highly desirable. Traditional fixed appliances are no longer well tolerated by either adults or young patients, and it is therefore vital to find ways to meet their expectations.

In this lecture it will be shown how F22 aligners can successfully resolve simple and even complex cases. The staging, the use of vibrations for tooth movement acceleration and the means of using miniscrews alongside aligners in maxillary contraction, crowding and class II cases will be discussed. The efficacy of F22 aligners as an aesthetic solution will be demonstrated by clinical case discussion.