SpeakerDr. Jeong-il Kim
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3. Occlusal Plane Analysis

Among the causes of malocclusion, the occlusal plane is mainly emphasized as a dental factor. 

The occlusal planes mainly used in conventional orthodontics and MEAW orthodontics were compared.

The vertical height of the maxillary anterior tooth, the maxillary occlusal plane, 

and the posterior occlusal plane, which are mainly emphasized in the MEAW treatment, are described.

In particular, the posterior occlusal plane is highly related to Class II and Class III malocclusions, 

and affects the vertical position of the mandible.

There are two methods in the orthodontic treatments, maintaining the occlusal plane and changing it. 

Maintaining the occlusal plane is relatively easy. On the other hand, there are many things to consider 

when changing the occlusal plane, such as whether to rotate clockwise or counterclockwise.

It should be able to predict possible changes of the aesthetics, skeleton, and teeth.

In particular, it is necessary to understand the occlusal plane because it can be changed through 

various orthodontic appliances used in adolescence.

Therefore, the analysis and evaluation of skeletal patterns and occlusal plane will be the basis for 

customized orthodontic treatment.

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1. Introduction to Occlusal Plane 1) Occlusal planes used in general dentistry
2) Types and characteristics of occlusal planes used for orthodontic diagnosis
2. Occlusal Plane Analysis 1) Evaluation of Curve of Spee in Lateral ceph: Level, cant, and curvature
2) U1 to lip line
3) Upper occlusal plane (UOP)
4) Posterior occlusal plane (POP)
3. Occlusal Plane: Implication 1) Why is occlusal plane important?
2) Significance of Occlusal Plane Analysis
3) Different occlusal planes according to various malocclusions
4. Factors Affecting Occlusal Plane 1) How does the occlusal plane originate?
2) Characteristics of occlusal plane in high angle vs. low angle
3) Factors affecting POP
4) Mesial angulation of the lower mola
5. Posterior Occlusal Plane (POP) 1) Effects of changes in POP
2) Steep POP vs. Flat POP
3) Maxillary POP vs. Mandibular POP
6. Dr. Jeong-il Kim, Presenation of Thesis 1) Alterations in the dental occlusion during growth and development
2) Alterations in the vertical dimension and the cant of occlusal plane during growth and development
3) Correlation between the vertical dimension and the mandibular growth
7. Occlusal Plane Change Accoding to the Appliances (Part 1) 1) Molar over eruption and occlusal plane change
2) Counter-clockwise rotation vs. Clockwise rotation
3) Changes in the occlusal plane: normal growth and development, orthodontic treatment, and surgical-combined orthodontic treatment
4) Changes in the occlusal plane by various orthodontic appliances
8. Management of Occlusal Plane (Part 2) 1) Various tooth movement methods to change occlusal plane
2) Counter-clockwise rotation of UOP
3) Counter-clockwise rotation of LOP
4) Clockwise rotation of UOP
5) Clockwise rotation of LOP
6) Counter-clockwise rotation of POP
7) Clockwise rotation of POP
9. Management of Occlusal Plane (Part 3): Dr. Schudy, Dr. Young H. Kim, and Dr. Sadao Sato 1) Dr. Schudy Concept: OM angle
2) Dr. Young H Kim Concept: Bisected occlusal plane
3) Dr. Sadao Sato Concept: Maxillary POP
10. Classification According to Occlusal Plane 1) Various occlusal planes in terms of the UOP and POP
2) Individualized orthodontic treatment
11. Management of Occlusal Plane (Part 4): Treatment Direction 1) Diagnostic thinking process according to occlusal plane analysis
2) Vertical dimension, Upper incisor position, Upper occlusal plane, and Posterior occlusal plane
12. Occlusal Fence Theory 1) Antero-posterior positioning
2) Lateral positioning
3) Supero-inferior positioning
4) Occlusal positioning
5) Posterior vertical dimension
13. Individualized Orthodontic Treatment (Part 1) 1) Genomic paradigm vs. functional paradigm
2) Individualized orthodontic treatment
3) AB-maxillomandibular triangle
4) MEAW diagnosis
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