Asimetriile faciale în contextul chirurgiei ortognatice/ Facial asymmetries in the context of orthognathic surgery
09:20 - 09:40 (GMT+02:00)
16 October 2021
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Dr. Ioan “Johnny” Barbur - graduated and worked as a dental technician from 2000 until 2007, at the Orthodontic Department of University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iuliu Hatieganu, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
In 2006 received his license in dentistry, the he became on orthodontist after specializing 3 years in Orthodontics and dental and facial orthopedics.
Since 2008 he is an Associate Professor at the University in Cluj-Napoca, Department of maxillo-facial surgery, collaborating in interdisciplinary cases, cleft, lip and palate and orthognathic surgery treatments.
Since 2009, he owns his private clinic and education center in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, together with his wife, who is also orthodontist, Dr. Adina Barbur, a clinic specialized entirely on Orthodontics.
He has a great interest in TMD pathology, as he studied several philosophies in this domain such as FACE course, Viena School on Interdisciplinary Dentitry in Slavicek Foundation and Mariano Rocabado TMD Masterclass.
He is a felow member in AAO, AREO, EOS and WFO .
He is known for developing a new Digital Smile Design Ortho protocol, together with Dr. Florin Cofar and Christian Coachman, that simplifies the communication between orthodontic and aesthetic teams, leading to predictable and easy to control interdisciplinary treatments. The protocol was published together with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and is currently used by the two clinics, in all interdisciplinary cases that need orthodontic treatment.
Dr. Ioan “Johnny” Barbur ' sessions:
09:20 - 09:40 (GMT)
Oct 16, 2021
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