She is an active member of World Federation of Orthodontists, American Association of Orthodontists and European Orthodontic Society.
Dr. Elia Diana Boangar a absolvit U.M.F. “I. Hatieganu” Cluj-Napoca in 2006, iar in 2010 si-a terminat pregatirea de specialitate in Cluj-Napoca si Bordeaux, Franta. De atunci, practica in exclusivitate ortodontie in Cluj-Napoca si Zalau. Sustine conferinte despre abordarea interdisciplinara a adultului, subliniind importanta planificarii ortodontiei, parodontologiei si proteticii in schema de tratament. Este membru activ al World Federation of Orthodontists, American Association of Orthodontists si European Orthodontic Society.
Dr. Elia Diana Boangar graduated the “I. Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca in 2006, and in 2010 she finished her MSD in Orhodontics program in Cluj-Napoca and Bordeaux, France. Ever since, she has been exclusively practicing orthodontics in Cluj-Napoca and Zalau. She lectures on the subject of interdisciplinary treatment of adult patients, emphasizing the importance of properly sequencing orthodontic, periodontal and restorative treatment. She is an active member of World Federation of Orthodontists, American Association of Orthodontists and European Orthodontic Society.
Ortho-prosthetics interdisciplinarity; from planning to execution
Published in 2010, a study conducted between MIT and Union College demonstarted that collective intelligence exceeds cognitive abilities of individual group members. The principle also applies to medicine. The process of decision making is nowadays influenced by the continous flux of information, the evolution of the technology, and the development of new protocols and evidence-based procedures. But the most powerful tool that we have available is communication with other specialists.
Those cases that fall into the “gray zone” and for which no individual approach offers optimal esthetic and functional results, compel us to integrate other specialists in our treatment planning. Among them, ortho- prosthetics collaboration plays a special role, due both to the complex facetes it carries and to the time factor. A well conducted, individualized orthodontic treatment may turn a difficult- in a medium difficulty-grade case, and one that requires great sacrifice of dental or periodontal tissues into a minimally invasive approach.
That is why it’s important for us to recognize the complex problems our patients may have, our own limits in adressing those issues, to individualize protocols and find the common ground to efficiently communicate with the orthodontist.
The objectives of the presentation are:
– Recognize clinical situations when interdisciplinary collaboration is indicated
– Recognize clinical situations in which orthodontic correction may make the difference between an ordinary and an excellent outcome
– Present a clinical time-proven protocol of interdisciplinary collaboration
– Illustrate it through clinical examples.