Dr. Adrien Marinetti

Short CV

DIPLOMAS

  • Paris, France: Baccalaureat C ( Lycée Pasteur, Neuilly sur seine ) 1990
  • Paris, France: Certificate of advanced studies in Radiology 1997 Paris VII, France: Visiting clinical prof. department of Orthodontics 1997
  • Paris VII, France: Doctor in Dental Surgery - DDS 1998
  • Paris Paris, France:, France: CECSMO ( Master in Orthodontics ) 2002

PRACTICE

  • 1997-2003, associate with Dr Jean-Luc Pruvost.
  • Private practice since 2003, taking over the office of Professor Robert Garcia (currently dean of the Dental School of Paris VII Garancière)
  • Practice limited to children and adults orthodontics, moreover with the following specializations : pre-surgical adult orthodontics, lingual orthodontics and orthopedy of the child.

PUBLICATIONS

Publications in several journals in French and English

• Marinetti A, Alcouffe F.Traitement implantaire: proposition de prothèse fixée transitoire. Clinic. 2004;8 :479-483.

• Marinetti. A, Khoury G. L’ancrage squelettique “Bollard” nouvelle utilisation. Information Dentaire 2007; Vol. 89 (7).

• Marinetti A, Deffrennes D. Utilisation per et postopératoire de plans de morsure en chirurgie orthognathique. International Orthodontics 2007; 28 (3): 210-211.

• Marinetti. A, Taboulet JM, Deffrennes D. Cas pluri-disciplinaire. Information Dentaire 2007; Vol. 89 (37).

• Marinetti A, Dersot JM, Tregent N. Ortho-Paro un dialogue indispensable pour traiter “au mieux”. Information Dentaire 2008; Vol. 90 (8). . Implant 2010, 16.103-108

• Marinetti A. Prothèse transitoire, recours à l’orthodontie linguale. Titane 2008; Vol. 5 (1).

• Marinetti. A, Taboulet JM, Deffrennes D. Disjonction maxillaire chirurgicale à l’aide d’un distracteur à appui osseux. Information Dentaire 2009; Vol. 40.

• Marinetti A. Indications de mise en place des Systèmes d’Ancrage Squelettique en pratique courante. L’Orthodontie Bioprogressive 2009 ; Vol. 12 (2).

• Boutin N, Marinetti A. Réduire la durée globale du traitement pluridisciplinaire: à propos d’un cas associant orthodontie linguale, prothèse fixée et implantologie. Implant 2010,16 :103-108.

LECTURES

• More than 40 lectures in France, England, Italy, Mauricius, Singapore, Dominican Republic...

OTHER ACTIVITIES

• Since 2004, member of the French Society of Lingual Orthodontics (SFOL)
• Since 2006, Secretary of the French Society of Lingual Orthodontics
• Active participant to the Scientific Comittee of the French Federation of Orthodontics (FFO) • Chair of numerous sessions of the French Federation of Orthodontics

CONSULTANT FOR COMPANIES

• Harmony 

 

 


 

ABSTRACT

 

Title: The new - easy to ligate - HARMONY bracket

 

AIMS: Especially in lingual orthodontics, self-ligating brackets reduce significatively chair time but space closure and correction of severe rotations need often replacement of powerchains. Breakage of clips is also possible. The aim of this study was to find the most appropriate gingival wing angulations to allow easy elastic or metallic ligation with a minimize discomfort for the patient.

 

METHODS: First, using the currents brackets, a clinical study has evaluate: - The minimal length of the gingival wings of the upper anterior brackets. - The minimal length of the gingival wings of the lower anterior brackets. - The minimal ligating space. Then, using Computer Aided Design, a virtual study has evaluate: - The most appropriate 3 wings design for the upper anterior brackets between 10 angulations from 90 to 180 degrees. - The most appropriate 3 wings design for the lower anterior brackets between 6 angulations from 90 to 140 degrees.

 

Results and Conclusions: This study has showed that the most appropriate angulations of the gingival wings: - are different for upper and lower anterior brackets. - are respectively 90, 135, and 170 degrees for the upper anterior brackets. - are respectively 90, 115, and 140 degrees for the lower anterior brackets. The improvements of this third generation of harmony bracket concern also: - The general shape which has been reduced to avoid contacts at the beginning of the treatment and to increase interbrackets distance. - The slot, which entrances has been chamfered to make wire insertion easier and relieved to minimize friction. - The guide and passage of the opening instrument, which has been increased to make clip opening easier. - The incisal wings, which has been flatted to allow visual control of the anterior torques and bite opening without damage for the lower incisors.