2nd EAS Congress, Venice, Italy

WELCOME MESSAGE
Dear Delegate,

The 2nd EAS Congress, which will take place in the breath-taking atmosphere of Venice, Italy, is planned to provide the most complete scientific and clinical education to orthodontists working with aligner therapy.

Together with the plenary sessions which will take place Saturday and Sunday, you can register to other events such as pre congress courses on Friday afternoon, an early “ breakfast with the experts” session on Sunday morning and last but not least register to an exclusive event, a DSD day held by one of the most recognized speaker on Digital Smile Design.

Together with the entire EAS board I look forward to welcome you in Venice!

Dr. Francesco Garino
EAS President 2018/2019

GENERAL INFORMATION
The 2nd European Aligner Society Congress taking place in Venice, Italy on the February 16 to 19 2018.

Hotel Hilton Molino Stucky Venice
Giudecca 810, Venice, 30133, Italy
phone: +39-041-272 3311
fax: +39-041-272 3490
mail: venice.info@hilton.com

Transfer information is available at Travel Information

Registration opens on September 13 th 2017 and tickets will be sell following this calendar:
Early registration: from September 13 th 2018 to January 16th, 2017
Late registration: from January 17st, 2018 to February 3th, 2018

After February 3th, 2018, registrations will be exclusively accepted at the Congress, if spaces are available, with an additional fee of € 100,00.

EAS is proud to announce simultaneous translation from English into Italian, German, French, Spanish and Japanese for the Plenary Session at EAS 2nd Congress.

EAS would like to acknowledge and thank the following Companies for their support in providing translation: Ormco Europe, OrthoAccel, Scheu Dental, Dental Monitoring, Henry Schein and the Japanese Academy of Aligner Orthodontics

 

Membership renewal and new member join-up for 2018 is requested prior to your Congress Registration.
Membership of EAS will give both registration benefits and also a complementary subscription to the new Journal of Aligner Orthodontics (JAO). The JAO, which will be the journal of EAS, will be launched at the 2nd EAS Congress in Venice, Italy and will provide members with four editions per year. Membership 2018 will start at renewal or join-up when registering for Congress and continue until December 31st 2018. There will be an option for auto-renewal from 2019 so as to keep the JAO subscription current each year.

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 Congress Sessions – Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 February
EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 350.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 450.00 (EUR)
EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 275.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 300.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 600.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 700.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 450.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 500.00 (EUR)
Accompanying person Price
Ticket sale ends on Saturday February 18th, 2018 180.00 (EUR)

* Please enclose a statement signed by the Director of your Institute
** Non-dentists or orthodontists

 

Pre-Congress Courses – Friday 16 February
EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 100.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 200.00 (EUR)
EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 50.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 100.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 200.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Ticket sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 300.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 100.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale  January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 150.00 (EUR)

* Please enclose a statement signed by the Director of your Institute
** Non-dentists or orthodontists

Make a note that delegates can come back to the site and order pre-Congress, Breakfast with the experts sessions and Post-Congress DSD Day after they have registered for Congress and add to their schedule.

PRE-CONGRESS COURSES INFORMATIONS

 

Breakfast with the Experts – Sunday 18
EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 75.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 150.00 (EUR)
EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 45.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 90.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 150.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Ticket sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 225.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 75.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 125.00 (EUR)

* Please enclose a statement signed by the Director of your Institute
** Non-dentists or orthodontists

BREAKFAST WITH THE EXPERT INFORMATIONS

 

Post-Congress Course – DSD Day – Monday 19
EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 415.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 495.00 (EUR)
EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 295.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 375.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS members Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 495.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Ticket sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 575.00 (EUR)
Non-EAS students* or staff members** Price
Early registration Ticket sale ends on January 16th, 2018 375.00 (EUR)
Late registration Goes On Sale January 17th, 2018 / Sale ends on Friday February 3th, 2018 455.00 (EUR)

* Please enclose a statement signed by the Director of your Institute
** Non-dentists or orthodontists

POST CONGRESS COURSE INFORMATIONS

 

Lecture Videos of EAS 2nd Congress lectures

 

 

 

Pre-paid at time of registration Price
Member 100 (EUR)
Non-Member 170 (EUR)
Paid at Congress or post-Congress Price
Member 170 (EUR)
Non-Member 240 (EUR)

 

IMPORTANT: Delegates are not allowed to take pictures or video record lectures.
If you are found recording or photographing during the lectures you will be asked to stop and may be asked to leave. This will be enforced.

Recordings of the lectures can be bought before/during or after the congress at a reduced rates to EAS members. These will be sent as a data key to members and delegates and can be viewed on the EAS website.

 

 

 

HILTON MOLINO STUCKY VENICE
Price
Hilton Guest Rooms – Single 186.50 (EUR)
Hilton Guest Rooms – Double 224.50 (EUR)

Rates are valid per room and per night and include breakfast, VAT at 10%, Service Charge and Venice City Tax.
Delegates can make their own reservations using the Hilton on-line booking option – Personalised Online Groups (POG): Hilton on-line booking option

Bookings will be guaranteed by the delegate’s credit card. We suggest you book your journey and hotel in advance.
HiltonLink reservation system will be opened and available for reservations until December 16th 2017.

Transfer information is available at: Travel Information

CONGRESSYSTEM

Other accommodation choices are available at: Congressystem option

 

PRE-CONGRESS COURSES
Friday afternoon, February 16, 2018

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Friday afternoon, February 16, 2018

BREAKFAST WITH THE EXPERT SESSION
Sunday morning, February 18, 2018

POST-CONGRESS COURSE
Monday morning and afternoon, February 19, 2018
DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN & ALIGNERS (Providing DSD Certification)
Dr. Coachman C.

POSTER SESSION
Saturday morning and afternoon, February 17, 2018
Sunday morning, February 18, 2018

 

The 2nd EAS Congress scientific program is still to be finalised but the following list will give an indication of the speakers invited to date:
AZARIPOUR A. Germany Aligner therapy and periodontal considerations for the orthodontic treatment
BAZZUCCHI A., PAVONE A. Italy Interdisciplinary approach in clear aligner treatment
BOYD R. L. USA 20 year of aligners, past and present / Future of aligner treatments: what’s next?
CARRIERE L. Spain Motion and aligners
COACHMAN C. Brazil Digital Smile Design
COUCHAT D. France Management of impacted teeth with aligners: achieving success and predictability
D’ANTO’ V. Italy The cutting edge of the Airnivol system: the prediction of biomechanical response
DAHER S. Canada Accelerated Aligner Orthodontics – Getting better results faster
FAVERO L. Italy Enjoy early orthodontics with clear aligners
GRACCO A. Italy Clinical considerations for the use of skeletal anchorage devices in orthodontics.
HENNESSY J. Ireland Clear aligner and tooth movement
IBRAHIM M. USA Accelerated aligner therapy: the SoftPulse technology in the daily clinical practice
LAPATKI B. Germany Aligner force gradation using foil thickness variation – an experimentally validated approach
MAH J. USA Mixed dentition treatment with aligners
MALEKIAN K. Spain CLASS III : Lower arch sequential distalization protocol
MAREK I. Czech Republic Unexpected complication of bonded retainers and retention protocols
MORTON J. USA Biomechanics and aligners orthodontics
O’CALLAGHAN S. Australia Modern Eclectic Orthodontics: Change the way you approach Aligner design with Suresmile/Elemetrix
OJIMA K. Japan Strategic anchorage management in complex cases with aligners
PEYLO S. Germany Extended Clear Aligner indications with auxiliariies
ROMAN M. Spain Where is the limit? Complex cases with Invisalign
SABOUNI W. France Treating the growing Teen with aligners
SCHEURER P. Switzerland Not only plastics. Auxiliaries in aligner orthodontics
SEMAAN S. Australia Interproximal reduction: how, what and when
SICILIANI G., LOMBARDO L. Italy F22 biologic teeth aligners
SUGAWARA J. Japan Surgery first and aligners
THEODORIDIS G. Greece TADs anchorage management in aligner therapy
WILMES B. Germany TAD borne sliders and aligners, problems and solutions.

 

13,55-14,00 Dr. Garino & Dr. Castroflorio, Italy – Introduction

14,00-14,15 Windsheimer U., Germany – Versatility of iTero intraoral scanner and its integration into daily clinical workflow

14,15-14,30 Peper M., Germany – Digital treatment planning/ quality/ management for the Clincheck. Creating unquestionably great treatment plans

14,30-14,45 Huanca L., Bassani L., Lucchese A., Italy – How well the Clincheck translates into results for standardized Invisalign Lite cases?

14,45-15,00 Ozcan M., Uzuner S., Tozlu M., Turkey – Evaluation of patients preference for aligner therapy

15,00-15,15 Moneim A., USA – Invisalign patients profiling in private practice: analysis of 1040 cases

15,15-15,30 Grassia V., Nucci L., Perillo L., Italy – The efficacy of clear aligner treatments

15,30-15,45 Valentino R., Savignano R., D’Antò V., Italy – A finite element analysis of different attachment-aligner configurations for the extrusion of an upper centra incisor

15,45-16,00 Rossini G., Parrini S., Deregibus A., Italy – Clear aligner orthodontic optimization through finite element analysis

16,00-16,15 Cuesta L., Switzerland – Transfer your 2D digital smile design into your 3D aligner orthodontics system

16,15-16,30 Dinkova M., Bulgaria – Application of Dent@lign digital aligners in patients with periodontal disease

16,30-16,45 Doshkova A., Bulgaria – Gentle teeth movement based on the clinical Dent@lign protocol

16,45-17,00 Chang S., Lin J., Cheng Wei C., Taiwan – Anterior cross bite treatment with aligners

17,00-17,15 Meuli S., Staderini E., Cordaro M., Italy – Early treatment of anterior cross bite with Invisalign: two case reports

17,15-17,30 Leocata C., Spampinato R., Deregibus A., Italy – Invisalign treatment on special needs patients

17,30-17,45 Arezzo E., Bazzucchi A., Galeotti A., Italy – New indications for orthodontic treatment with aligners in pediatric

patients: experience from a children’s hospital setting

17,45-18,00 Durkanova B., Thurzo A., Slovakia – Orthognathic surgery in the middle of clear aligner therapy using accelerated healing

 

Casasco F., Vaccaro D., Deregibus A., Italy – Pressure areas and optimized attachments for deep bite correction with Invisalign

Galati F., Sanna F., Deregibus A., Italy – Effects of precision bite ramps on deep bite correction with Invisalign

Strunga M., Thurzo A., Slovakia – New method for evaluation of discrepancies between planned teeth setup and truly achieved results

Murakami H., Japan – Trainer and Invisalign system for the treatment of late teens Angle class II division 1 patients

Rongo R., De Simone V., D’Antò V., Italy – In vitro cytotoxicity of different thermoplastic materials for clear aligner

Fellus P., France – Functional oro-facial rehabilitation through cortical and subcortical networks

Thedens C., Acs L., Rozsa N., Hungary – The treatment of Class III anomalies with aligners

Dinkova M., Bulgaria – Application of Dent@lign digital aligners in patients with mandibular teeth crowding

Exarchou F., Greece – The use of aligners and temporary anchorage devices for mesialization, after extraction of lower first molars in a non cooperative severe disabled patient

Caruso S., Ojima K., Nota A., Italy/Japan – Upper molar distalization with clear aligners and vertical dimension control

Nota A., Caruso S., Tecco S., Italy – Effects of Invisalign clear aligner treatment on electromyographic activity and pain of masticatory muscles