Topic: Best Age for Orthodontic Treatment: When? Why?
Speaker: Dr Madhur Navlani
Venue: Best Western Plus O2, Indore
Time: 7 pm to 10 pm on 20th July, 2019
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Dr. Madhur Navlani :
Dr Madhur did his B.D.S. in 2005 and M.D.S. (Orthodontics) in 2009 from Indore. Has received the Colgate-IDA scholarship twice and was awarded Gold Medal for securing highest marks in Orthodontics in DAVV University.
He has done one-year Fellowship in Lingual Orthodontics from GDC, Cuttack.
He was selected for IOS International Member Exchange Program and traveled to the University of Adelaide, Australia in 2017 for the same. He has been a member of the Peer Review Board of Official Journal of IOS i.e JCO-IOS and currently on editorial board of the Journal of Indian Orthodontic Society.
He has been a PG & UG examiner to various universities in India including Bharti Vidyapeeth and Datta Meghe University amongst others.
He is an Invisalign certified Orthodontist and his current practice focuses on Pre adjusted Appliance, Aligners and Lingual Orthodontics.
He has won many accolades - first prize Ms. Basanthi Chatwani’s Award in Poster Presentation category at 11th Post-graduate Convention of Indian Orthodontic Society, AIIMS-New Delhi Feb’07 and 2nd prize for his paper in Research Category at 46th IOC, Khajuraho. He also presented his research work at the prestigious AAO meet in Philadelphia 2013.
Co-faculty for courses for PG students held at Mumbai, Udaipur, Vishakapatnam and Baroda. A fellow of the World Federation of Orthodontics, Dr Navlani presented two research posters at 8th International Orthodontic Congress held at London in September 2015
He is currently working as a Professor & PG Guide at Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, Modern Dental College & Research Centre, Indore, India.
Since there is a varied opinion amongst Orthodontic clinicians as to when the treatment be initiated in a growing child, many a times intervention gets delayed when it should have been started early or at times started too early, which eventually burns the compliance of the patient.
On one hand, orthodontic literature is packed with articles suggesting different methods to access the growth status, on the other, lot of articles supporting early treatment/two phase treatment versus Single phase therapy are also available which makes the issue even more complicated.
Through this presentation the author attempts to clear the cloud by describing the current understanding of the issue and suggesting the modalities and protocols in such situations on the basis of skeletal growth evaluation by simple techniques as well.