Prof. Med. Dent Nezar Watted
Nezar WATTED, Prof. Dr. med. dent.
Associate Professor at the University of Würzburg, Germany, maintains a private Orthodontic Clinic (Center for dentistry, Research and Esthetics). He lectures in Europe, USA, and Australia. He published more than 380 scientific articles books and book chapters. He is the writer of the Book: “Impacted teeth; Diagnosis and successful treatment” and chief editor of “AT-TAJ Journal – The journal of clinical dentistry and research”, contributing Editor of the Journal of cosmetic dentistry and the Journal of Esthetic dentistry and Periodontology. He received 1995 the 1 st Price: Josef E. Johnson Table Clinic Award 94th Annual session of the American Association of Orthodontists, San Francisco/USA, 1998 the 1st 1. Price:for excellence of presentation of a scientific poster in the field of Dentofacial Development and Function at the VIIth International Symposium on Dentofacial Development & Function, Jerusalem, 1999 the 1st price in the Esthtic Conference, Munich, Germany, 2000 together with prof. Dr. Dr. Bill , the 1. Price: for a new Method of Centric Condyle Positioning in Bimaxillary Osteotomies with Intermediate Twin Occlusal Splint in the 4th Asian Congress on Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Seoul/Korea
Main interests are esthetics in orthodontics, combined orthodontic-surgical treatment, combined periodontal-orthodontic treatment and functional orthopedics.
Treatment of complex cases for the rehabilitation of function and aesthetics – is a multidisciplinary task
Common effort of the different dental specialities is to reconstruct a disturbed form, harmonize unphysiologic functional sequences and to optimize esthetics.
The cooperation to reach these aims of different specialities is not an ordinary task and is aggravated by the fact that different disciplines like orthodontics and periodontics with exception of dental clinics and private practices where orthodontist and periodontologist or Surgeon cooperate are usually not within one office. The process of deciding whether one case is treated best with the cooperation of different specialities might be in need of a interdisciplinary collaboration as early as in treatment planning.
In the presented lecture the coordinated evaluation of diagnostic records, planning and case specific treatment are shown. Practical utilisation of these thoughts are demonstrated and occuring difficulties are discussed.