Dr. Woo-Ttum Bittner

Short CV

1990-1996 Degree in dental medicine at the Humboldt-University Berlin (Charité)

1996-1998 Assistant dentist in private practice

1998-2001 Scientific assistant in the department of Orthodontics in the Centre for Dental Medicine, Charité (Virchow Campus), active in student training, research and patient treatment

1998-2001 Mentoring of the orthodontic-maxillofacial clinics at the Virchow clinic

October 2001 Appointment as a specialized dentist for orthodontics

since Nov. 2001 Foundation of three practices in Berlin – Lichtenrade (2001), Mahlow (2008) and Berlin Mitte (2010) under Brand “ADENTICS – Orthodontic Specialists”.

November 2006 Further education authorization for orthodontics through the Berlin Dental Association

February 2007 Deputy Member of the examination board for orthodontics of the Berlin Dental Association

May 2013 Permanent member of the examination board for orthodontics of the Berlin Dental Association 

January 2015 President elect of the German Society of Lingual Orthodontics (DGLO)

 

Affiliations

  • Certified Member of the World Society of Lingual Orthodontics (WSLO)
  • Active and certified Member of the European Society of Lingual Orthodontics (ESLO)
  • Certified Member of the German Association for Lingual Orthodontics (DGLO)
  • Bund Deutscher Kieferorthopäden (BDK)
  • Gesellschaft für Kieferorthopädie von Berlin und Brandenburg (KFO-BB)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kieferorthopädie (DGKFO)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft schlaftherapeutisch tätiger Zahnmediziner (DGSZ) (German Association of Dentists - active in the field of hypnotherapy)

 


 

ABSTRACT

Title: Keeping the Lane - Lingual treatment based on latest scanning technology with “Fusion”

Intraoral scanning devices are becoming more and more popular in orthodontic treatment and should help the clinician theoretically to achieve more precise treatment results. But so far intraoral scanning is mainly used as replacement for silicone impressions and not for enhancing treatment time and treatment results. The new lingual treatment system “Fusion” is different. It requires not only an intraoral scanning device but also at least one “update” scan  to provide information about bracket and tooth position during treatment. This new treatment approach reduces time in the finishing phase of treatment and provides the most precise information for wire customization.