Ignacio Arcos Palomino

Ignacio Arcos Palomino

Philosophal Doctor (PhD) in Medicine and Translational Research. University of Barcelona.
Bachelor of Dentistry (DDS). University of Barcelona.
Official Master´s Degree in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics (MsC). European University of Madrid.
Mini Residency in Orthodontics. Yonsei University. University of Seoul (Soth Korea).
Postgraduate diploma in Advanced topics in orthodontics. University of Niteroi . Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Multidisciplinary course of Orthognathic Surgery and dentofacial anomalies. Hospital San Rafael (Madrid)
Associate professor at the Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics at the International University of Catalonia (UIC)-Barcelona (Spain)
Visiting professor at different Spanish Universities.


Summary of Speech
Facial Changes Stereophotogrammetric Assessment After Orthodontic Treatments in Children and Young Adolescents

3D technology has been evolving and developing in the health field in such a fast way recently that these dates it can be used for diagnosis and treatment planification in different medical disciplines and its use in orthodontic treatments is not an exception.

Despite this technological advance, the usual methodology used by clinicians in their daily orthodontic practice is still 2D measurement technique, using both radiographs and photographs in order to make a good diagnosis and treatment plan.

However, one of the most important reasons why patients decide to undergo an orthodontic treatment is an improvement in their facial appearance. Therefore, the key to our global success in this treatment is no other than to achieve a good teeth and soft tissue final position.

Stereophotogrammetry is a tool which enables us to collect clinical data in a new way and it is presented as the latest evolution of photographic techniques since it allows a more precise and complete facial assessment as well as a great improvement in diagnosis and orthodontic treatment plan.

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