BORDEAUX, FRANCE 2016

Breaking news in Sleep Medicine, Snoring, Orthodontic Intervention and Myofunctional Therapy

Bordeaux, France | January 15-16, 2016


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SPEAKERS

franceIsabelle Bonafé
Criteria for choosing the right mandibular Orthotic.

franceStéphanie Bioulac
Hyperactivity and obstructive sleep disorders in children.

franceEyal Botzer
Nuts and bolts of tongue tie.

franceFrançois Darqué
Enlargement of the superior maxilla.

francePatricia Franco
Children’s sleep: its peculiarities.

franceThierry Gouzland
Contribution of orofacial myofunctional therapy in an orthognathic surgery team.

franceChristian Guilleminault
Sleep-disordered-breathing in children and myofunctional therapy.

usaWilliam Hang
Airway-kening orthodontics & myofunctional therapy working together to improve/save lives.

franceMathieu Laurentjoye
Maxillary growth.


australiaDerek Mahony
Developing an ideal arch form in orthodontics.

irelandPatrick McKeown
Buteyko Method: Practical Workshop for Sleep Disorders & Myofunctional Therapy.

usaJoy Lea Moeller
Prevention and Treatment of Sleep Disorders with Myofunctional Therapy.

francePierre-Jean Monteyrol The new surgical techniques of OSAS. (structure du XII) & Right positioning of the nose during sleep and facial growth.

usaWon Moon
Changes in Nasal Airway by Non-surgical Midfacial Expansion.

italyGiovanni Olivi
Relationship Between Ankyloglossia, Anatomical and Functional Alterations and Body Posture.

italyMaria Pia Villa
Orthodontic treatment and Myofunctional therapy in children with residual OSA after adenotonsillectomy.



Sleep Medicine, Snoring, Orthodontic Intervention
and Myofunctional Therapy

With the participation of:
Société d’Orthodontie du Sud-Ouest
Société Internationale de Kinésithérapie Linguale
AVIESAN

Organized by:
Pierre-Jean Monteyrol
François Darqué
Didier Portmann
Marc Richard Moeller


Guest of honor
Christian Guilleminault, (Stanford, USA)

PROGRAM

Friday January 15th

09h30 – Patricia Franco: Children’s sleep: its peculiarities.
10h15 – Mathieu Laurentjoye: Maxillary growth.
11h00 – Break
11h20 – Christian Guilleminault: Sleep-Disordered-Breathing in Children and Myofunctional Therapy
12h20 – Lunch
13h45 – Thierry Gouzland: Contribution of orofacial myofunctional therapy in an orthognathic surgery team.
14h15 – Stéphanie Bioulac: Hyperactivity and obstructive sleep disorders in children.
15h00 – Break
15h30 – William Hang: Airway-kening orthodontics & myofunctional therapy working together to improve/save lives
16h25 – Eyal Botzer: Nuts and bolts of tongue tie.
17h25 – Joy Lea Moeller: Prevention and Treatment of Sleep Disorders with Myofunctional Therapy.
19h00 – Dinner | Le Gabriel, Place de la Bourse
10 Place de la Bourse, 33000 Bordeaux, France


Please Note:
Speakers and Presentations may change without notice

Saturday January 16th

08h30 – Isabelle Bonafé: Criteria for choosing the right mandibular Orthotic.
09h15 – Maria Pia Villa: Orthodontic treatment and Myofunctional therapy in children with residual OSA after adenotonsillectomy.
10h00 – Break
10h30 – Derek Mahony: Developing an ideal arch form in orthodontics.
11h20 – Francois Darqué: Enlargement of the superior maxilla.
12h10 – Lunch
13h30 – Giovanni Olivi: Relationship Between Ankyloglossia, Anatomical and Functional Alterations and Body Posture.
14h20 – Pierre-Jean Monteyrol: The influence of the nose in facial growth.
15h10 – Break
15h30 – Won Moon: Changes in Nasal Airway by Non-surgical Midfacial Expansion.
16h20 – Patrick McKeown: Buteyko Method: Practical Workshop for Sleep Disorders & Myofunctional Therapy.
17h00 – Panel Discussion: ALL SPEAKERS Chaired by Pierre Jean Monteyrol and Marc Moeller:  Critical Trends in Interdisciplinary Care of OSA.


GENERAL FEE INFORMATION

Doctors, Orthodontists, Dentists:
380 € ($420.00 USD)
425 € ($470.00 USD) Including the Dinner

Allied Health Professionals:
260 € ($285.00 USD)
305 € ($335.00 USD) Including the Dinner


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HOTEL INFORMATION
Hotel Mercure Bordeaux Centre.
5 rue Robert Lateulade 22000, Bordeaux


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form. Reservations are only made by email. No reservations will be
made over the phone. The email address is; h1281-sb1@accor.com


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The Mercure Bordeaux Centre is located in the heart of Mériadeck, the city’s business district. It offers modern facilities and is just a short walk from the historic center of town. Guest rooms at the Mercure are air-conditioned. They include a private bathroom, Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV with international channels. Rooms are accessible by elevator. Buffet breakfast is served daily. There is also a contemporary bar and restaurant. Mériadeck tram stop (served by Line A) is a 2-minute walk from the hotel. There is a public parking lot nearby. Hotel de Ville is a 5-minute walk away. Bordeaux City-Centre is a great choice for travelers interested in Shopping, Food and Great for Wine.
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