Dr Kuijpers completed her dental degree at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and her four-year orthodontic specialty training at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She subsequently moved to Nijmegen, the Netherlands to do her PhD at the Radboud University and became a member of the cleft palate and craniofacial team of the Amalia’s Childrens Hospital of the Radboud University Medical Center.
Dr Kuijpers currently is deputy director of the post graduate program in orthodontics at the Radboud University Medical Center and still is part of the cleft palate craniofacial team. She has published over 30 research papers. Her clinical and research interest include cleft and craniofacial orthodontics, muscular diseases, juvenile idiopathic arthritis as well as orthodontics for individuals with special needs
MODULE 1 - PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Ecpca Course MODULE 1
DAY 5 – April 29, 2023 - MPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS, WHICH UNFORTUNATELY HAVE NO EVIDENCE…
Chair: Aurelie Majourau-Bouriez(France)
Scientific Evidence in CLP treatment: what do we truly know?
Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman - Holland – 25’
IMPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS, WHICH UNFORTUNATELY HAVE NO EVIDENCE…
When is grafted bone enough for orthodontic tooth movement? Is there a way to be sure in patients with less than 100% ossification?
Mette Kuijpers - Holland – 10’
Laterally displaced premaxilla and central incisor covering the cleft area: What does the surgeon need before BG? How to coordinate orthodontics and surgery?
Valeria Battista - Italy – 10’
Maxillary Sutural maturation in CLP: is it any different?
Federica Corradi - Italy – 10’
When may orthodontic treatment improve hearing? In which patients? The point of view of the ENT surgeon
Liliana Colletti, Antonia Pisani - Italy – 10’
When is orthodontic treatment useful for speech and articulation?
Angela Rezzonico - Italy – 10’
DISCUSSION - 15’