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An interview with Carlos Alberto Estevanell Tavares.

Menezes LM - Dental Press J Orthod (2015)

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Dr. Carlos Alberto Estevanell Tavares was born in Porto Alegre in 1960... His father, Armando Petersen Tavares, was a pioneer of Brazilian Orthodontics and obtained his degree from Columbia University in the city of New York where he met his wife Luisa Estevanell from Cuba... O Dr. Carlos Alberto Estevanell Tavares nasceu em Porto Alegre, em 1960... In my opinion, specialized education is an ongoing process that must be followed throughout one's career, regardless of the field of work... Presently, new technology has rapidly arisen, and those who do not adopt such innovations run the risk of becoming obsolete... With these data in hand, we can fully understand patient's expectations and, therefore, present potential solutions... Digital diagnosis has advantages, such as reduced planning time and easy virtual communication... Additionally, it might be used for surgical guide manufacture, which eliminates the need for a series of steps likely to lead to manufacturing errors... I also consider these advantages to be even clearer when treatment planning includes previous orthognathic surgery, anticipated surgery or anticipated benefit... As regards ceramic brackets, I believe they are the only ones yielding satisfactory outcomes, in comparison to plastic, glass fiber and polycarbonate ones which undergo changes in color as well as shape, in addition to having high friction rates... Lingual brackets are superior in terms of esthetics, but provide a number of complications, namely: difficulty being viewed by the orthodontist, patients greater discomfort, and hindered hygiene and speech... Treatment combining Orthodontics and orthognathic surgery has a number of specific characteristics that range from facial analysis to orthodontic mechanics which oftentimes differs considerably from conventional mechanics applied to non surgical cases... Such knowledge is essential when proposing a treatment planning that meets patient's expectations... New orthognathic surgery procedures have been recently developed, including distraction osteogenesis and anticipated surgery as well as anticipated benefit... The Brazilian Board of Orthodontics and Facial Orthopedics has supported this cause for over ten years, and has brought together orthodontists who also believe so.

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- A typical case of mini-implants use: mesialization of mandibular second and third molars performed to close spaces resulting from early first molars loss.
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f01: - A typical case of mini-implants use: mesialization of mandibular second and third molars performed to close spaces resulting from early first molars loss.

Mentions: Mini-implants offer countless possibilities of use, among which intrusion of posterior teeth and mesialization or distalization of one or more teeth in a given quadrant are highlighted. The advantages provided by mini-implants are, as follows: non invasive placement and low cost. The disadvantages, on the other hand, are: mini-implants have relatively high loss rates, do not hold too much load and are normally placed near tooth roots, which might hinder tooth movement (Figs 1 to 4).5 Mini plates are extremely versatile and are my favorite for large-scale movement of quadrants as a whole or when correcting anteroposterior discrepancy of great magnitude. The advantages provided by mini plates are, as follows: they are placed far from tooth roots and into basal bone and, therefore, present with loss rates near zero. Additionally, they are able to hold heavy loads and can be planned so as to be placed practically at any site in the mouth. The disadvantages, however, are: they require invasive surgical procedures and have higher costs (Fig 5).6


An interview with Carlos Alberto Estevanell Tavares.

Menezes LM - Dental Press J Orthod (2015)

- A typical case of mini-implants use: mesialization of mandibular second and third molars performed to close spaces resulting from early first molars loss.
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f01: - A typical case of mini-implants use: mesialization of mandibular second and third molars performed to close spaces resulting from early first molars loss.
Mentions: Mini-implants offer countless possibilities of use, among which intrusion of posterior teeth and mesialization or distalization of one or more teeth in a given quadrant are highlighted. The advantages provided by mini-implants are, as follows: non invasive placement and low cost. The disadvantages, on the other hand, are: mini-implants have relatively high loss rates, do not hold too much load and are normally placed near tooth roots, which might hinder tooth movement (Figs 1 to 4).5 Mini plates are extremely versatile and are my favorite for large-scale movement of quadrants as a whole or when correcting anteroposterior discrepancy of great magnitude. The advantages provided by mini plates are, as follows: they are placed far from tooth roots and into basal bone and, therefore, present with loss rates near zero. Additionally, they are able to hold heavy loads and can be planned so as to be placed practically at any site in the mouth. The disadvantages, however, are: they require invasive surgical procedures and have higher costs (Fig 5).6

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Dr. Carlos Alberto Estevanell Tavares was born in Porto Alegre in 1960... His father, Armando Petersen Tavares, was a pioneer of Brazilian Orthodontics and obtained his degree from Columbia University in the city of New York where he met his wife Luisa Estevanell from Cuba... O Dr. Carlos Alberto Estevanell Tavares nasceu em Porto Alegre, em 1960... In my opinion, specialized education is an ongoing process that must be followed throughout one's career, regardless of the field of work... Presently, new technology has rapidly arisen, and those who do not adopt such innovations run the risk of becoming obsolete... With these data in hand, we can fully understand patient's expectations and, therefore, present potential solutions... Digital diagnosis has advantages, such as reduced planning time and easy virtual communication... Additionally, it might be used for surgical guide manufacture, which eliminates the need for a series of steps likely to lead to manufacturing errors... I also consider these advantages to be even clearer when treatment planning includes previous orthognathic surgery, anticipated surgery or anticipated benefit... As regards ceramic brackets, I believe they are the only ones yielding satisfactory outcomes, in comparison to plastic, glass fiber and polycarbonate ones which undergo changes in color as well as shape, in addition to having high friction rates... Lingual brackets are superior in terms of esthetics, but provide a number of complications, namely: difficulty being viewed by the orthodontist, patients greater discomfort, and hindered hygiene and speech... Treatment combining Orthodontics and orthognathic surgery has a number of specific characteristics that range from facial analysis to orthodontic mechanics which oftentimes differs considerably from conventional mechanics applied to non surgical cases... Such knowledge is essential when proposing a treatment planning that meets patient's expectations... New orthognathic surgery procedures have been recently developed, including distraction osteogenesis and anticipated surgery as well as anticipated benefit... The Brazilian Board of Orthodontics and Facial Orthopedics has supported this cause for over ten years, and has brought together orthodontists who also believe so.

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