Martin Pedernera

Martin Pedernera

• Graduated in Dentistry (National University of Córdoba – Argentina) 2004
• Postgraduate Program in Advanced Orthodontics (Barcelona, Spain) 2011
• Exclusive Orthodontist since 2011
• Align Faculty member
• Invisalign International Speaker
• Member of SEDO, SEDA, AIO, ESLO
• Invited professor in the University of Extremadura, Barcelona (Spain) and Padova and Tor Vergata Rome (Italy)
• Winner of Invisalign Peer Review Award 2018 & 2020 “Best case of EMEA region voted by peer orthodontics”
• 2nd Place of Invisalign Peer Review Award 2019
• 2nd Best case at Invisalign International Simposium 2020

Summary of Speech
Aligner Biomechanics in Patients With Impacted Canines

One of the most challenging clinical situations for doctors that use clear aligners for their orthodontic treatments are the “impacted canines”.
The lecturer will share the considerations for ClinCheck treatment planning for these cases and a series of different traction methods which will definitely help the attendees in their day by day practice.
– ClinCheck Treatment plan for impacted canines
– Intra-arch traction methods
– Inter-arch traction methods
– Use of TADs for impacted canines
– Tips for retention

Summary of Course
Keys to Manage Growing Patients With Invisalign

As the treatment with Clear aligner therapy in growing patients has grow significantly during the past decade and having into account the extreme importance of treating our youngest patients in order to provide them and their teeth the most favorable oral situation for dental eruption during dentition evolution is that the course will go through some protocols for arch development, space management and malocclusion treatments from the first phase cases to adolescent treatments and their particularities with a clear message related to reducing or even avoiding the necessity of a second phase and/or to prevent the worsening of clinical situations drifting into complex cases in the future.
– Invisalign first
– MMF protocol vs. Simultaneous expansion. When & How?
– Keys for arch development
– Managing functional deviation of the mandible cases
– Pushing the limits of space recovery