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  • Educazione Funzionale e Comportamentale Secondo il concetto del Dr Daniel Rollet

    EF Line.

  • EF Kid* 3 anni

    4 anni

    5 anni

    6 anni

    7

    8 anni

    9 anni

    10 anni

    11 anni

    12 anni

    13

    14 anni

    15 anni

    EF Line Guida alla selezione

    Orthoplus

    Dott� Daniel Rollet

    EF Classe II two steps*

    EF Classe II slim*

    EF Classe II Standard

    EF Classe II Grand / Large

    EF Start**

    EF T Slim**

    EF Guide**

    EF Profi l*

    EF Braces EF Protect

    EF TMJ

    Classe II malocclusione

    Classe I malocclusione

    Classe III malocclusione

    EF Classe III Standard*

    EF Classe III* Petit / Small

    e II ps*

    EF C

    EF Start** EF Pe

    **

    EF Profi l*

    EF T Slim

    *

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    Made in FRANCESecondo il concetto del �

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    �trattamento di overjets mmsuperiori a 10 m

    Indents cuspid to cuspidI

    I Indentazione mascellare

    ndentazione da canin o a canino

    ndentazione da canin o a canino

    Apparecchi fissi

    Diagnostica differenziale e trattamento delle ATM

    Intercettore Labiale

    indentazione da 1° premolare a 1° premolare:

    disponibile in 8 misure

    Disponibile in versione morbida o rigida senza

    indentazione

    * Senza indentazione: paziente con un importante affollamento ** Con indentazione: correzione linee mediane/mantenitore di spazio/guida dell’eruzione.

    Gli apparecchi d’Educazione funzionale della gamma EF sono dispositivi medici di Classe 1 destinati ad essere prescritti nell’ambito di un trattamento globale da medici odontoiatri che determineranno le indicazioni, il tempo di utilizzo e gli esercizi da associare in funzione del paziente.

    Fornitore di Soluzioni Globali per l’Ortopedia Dento- Facciale

    Uso diurno, unicamente mascellare

    a partire dai 3 anni

  • Functional Education

    Training program

    According to Dr. Daniel Rollet’s concept Common features of the appliances in the EF Line: Orthoplus Functional Education devices appeal to effi ciency-proven techniques. They are combined in these appliances, taking into consideration the values each patient needs and individualized treatment goals.

    Functional Education devices in the Orthoplus range exert combined actions: • Tongue positioning • Lips education • Mandibular growth release • Tooth prealignment.

    In order to make the introduction of Functional Education in your offi ce a success, Orthoplus built a comprehensive training program. This program will enable an understanding of Functional Education at every level:

    • Device selection

    • Case selection

    • Training and cooperation within the treating team (assistants, secretaries...)

    • Motivation of patients and parents

    • Back to the fi rst results of the use of the appliances

    • Back to the introductions in the offi ces.

    Below is the program Orthoplus recommends:

    • Plenary conference: plenary conference by Dr. Rollet with numerous contributors

    • Cases review: cases review and discussion

    • Hand-on workshops: how-to implementation in the offi ce, how-to patients’ motivation

    • Doctors Study Group: trading experience with successful Functional Education practitioners

    • Assistants’ Study: trading experience with assistants from operational offi ces.

    Bumpers

    The tear-drop-shaped bumpers vary in size, depending on the appliance.

    They act on the lower lip:

    • Muscular stretching eff ect in lip hypertonicity cases, thus limiting tongue interposition

    • Muscular stimulation in lip hypotonicity cases. The bumpers’ teardrops stimulate the lips.

    Twin splints

    The maxillary/mandibular twin splints free the dental arches

    zone of equilibrium of any muscular interference and

    contribute to good tooth positions. In some appliances, indents

    or incisors reinforcements are additional benefi ts

    for tooth pre-alignment.

    Tongue ramp

    All devices feature a tongue ramp that positions the tongue against

    the palate when swallowing. This passive re-education trains

    the patient and contributes towards the transversal development

    of the palate.

    Raised Molar Area

    The thicker posterior structure of the occlusion plane is aerofoil- shaped. This allows a relief of the condyles and releases the mandibular growth.

    Functional Education

    Training program

    According to Dr. Daniel Rollet’s concept Common features of the appliances in the EF Line: Orthoplus Functional Education devices appeal to effi ciency-proven techniques. They are combined in these appliances, taking into consideration the values each patient needs and individualized treatment goals.

    Functional Education devices in the Orthoplus range exert combined actions: • Tongue positioning • Lips education • Mandibular growth release • Tooth prealignment.

    In order to make the introduction of Functional Education in your offi ce a success, Orthoplus built a comprehensive training program. This program will enable an understanding of Functional Education at every level:

    • Device selection

    • Case selection

    • Training and cooperation within the treating team (assistants, secretaries...)

    • Motivation of patients and parents

    • Back to the fi rst results of the use of the appliances

    • Back to the introductions in the offi ces.

    Below is the program Orthoplus recommends:

    • Plenary conference: plenary conference by Dr. Rollet with numerous contributors

    • Cases review: cases review and discussion

    • Hand-on workshops: how-to implementation in the offi ce, how-to patients’ motivation

    • Doctors Study Group: trading experience with successful Functional Education practitioners

    • Assistants’ Study: trading experience with assistants from operational offi ces.

    Bumpers

    The tear-drop-shaped bumpers vary in size, depending on the appliance.

    They act on the lower lip:

    • Muscular stretching eff ect in lip hypertonicity cases, thus limiting tongue interposition

    • Muscular stimulation in lip hypotonicity cases. The bumpers’ teardrops stimulate the lips.

    Twin splints

    The maxillary/mandibular twin splints free the dental arches

    zone of equilibrium of any muscular interference and

    contribute to good tooth positions. In some appliances, indents

    or incisors reinforcements are additional benefi ts

    for tooth pre-alignment.

    Tongue ramp

    All devices feature a tongue ramp that positions the tongue against

    the palate when swallowing. This passive re-education trains

    the patient and contributes towards the transversal development

    of the palate.

    Raised Molar Area

    The thicker posterior structure of the occlusion plane is aerofoil- shaped. This allows a relief of the condyles and releases the mandibular growth.

    Functional Education

    Training program

    According to Dr. Daniel Rollet’s concept Common features of the appliances in the EF Line: Orthoplus Functional Education devices appeal to effi ciency-proven techniques. They are combined in these appliances, taking into consideration the values each patient needs and individualized treatment goals.

    Functional Education devices in the Orthoplus range exert combined actions: • Tongue positioning • Lips education • Mandibular growth release • Tooth prealignment.

    In order to make the introduction of Functional Education in your offi ce a success, Orthoplus built a comprehensive training program. This program will enable an understanding of Functional Education at every level:

    • Device selection

    • Case selection

    • Training and cooperation within the treating team (assistants, secretaries...)

    • Motivation of patients and parents

    • Back to the fi rst results of the use of the appliances

    • Back to the introductions in the offi ces.

    Below is the program Orthoplus recommends:

    • Plenary conference: plenary conference by Dr. Rollet with numerous contributors

    • Cases review: cases review and discussion

    • Hand-on workshops: how-to implementation in the offi ce, how-to patients’ motivation

    • Doctors Study Group: trading experience with successful Functional Education practitioners

    • Assistants’ Study: trading experience with assistants from operational offi ces.

    Bumpers

    The tear-drop-shaped bumpers vary in size, depending on the appliance.

    They act on the lower lip:

    • Muscular stretching eff ect in lip hypertonicity cases, thus limiting tongue interposition

    • Muscular stimulation in lip hypotonicity cases. The bumpers’ teardrops stimulate the lips.

    Twin splints

    The maxillary/mandibular twin splints free the dental arches

    zone of equilibrium of any muscular interference and

    contribute to good tooth positions. In some appliances, indents

    or incisors reinforcements are additional benefi ts

    for tooth pre-alignment.

    Tongue ramp

    All devices feature a tongue ramp that positions the tongue against

    the palate when swallowing. This pa

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