Dottor Gianpietro Gregorini

 

Diplomato Odontotecnico e successivamente  ha conseguito una Laurea in Odontoiatria e Protesi Dentaria presso l’Università degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia.

Si occupa da vent'anni di Gnatologia odontoiatrica.

 

Dal 2003 al 2006 ha frequentato i corsi del Professor Rudolf Slavicek presso la Danube University di Krems (Austria), conseguendo il titolo di “Academic Expert-Therapies”.

Nel 2011 ha ottenuto il master universitario di secondo livello “Funzione e disfunzione dell’articolazione temporo-mandibolare, approccio multidisciplinare”, presso l’Università degli studi di Padova.

Formazione continua

2003

Master Universitario Functions and Dysfunctions of the Masticatory Organ - tenuto dallo stesso Slavicek presso la Danube University di Krems (Austria)

2003 – 2004
Corso di perfezionamento in chirurgia pre-protesica e anatomia del distretto maxillo-facciale. Università degli studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia.Prof. Luigi Chiarini.

 

2004
Patologie del cavo orale approcci clinico-diagnostici e terapeutici. La chiara del prumiano – Barberino val d’elsa – Firenze. Prof. Francesco Spadari.

 

2006
Master Universitario “Interdisciplinary Therapies for the Functionally Disturbed Masticatory System”, tenuto dallo stesso Slavicek presso la Danube University di Krems (Austria), conseguendo il titolo di “Academic Expert-Therapies”

 

2005

Corso annuale di gnatologia presso il centro Dental Trey, Forli - Professor Pino Cuman e Dottor Elvis Pederzoni

 

2010

Corso annuale di ortodonzia per il trattamento della mal occlusione in relazione alla dinamica cranio-facciale secondo la tecnica MEAW del Professor Sadao Sato - Eurocclusion - Italia

2011

Master Universitario di secondo livello "Funzione e disfunzione dell’articolazione temporo-mandibolare, approccio multidisciplinare" - Università degli studi di Padova.
 

2014

Corso annuale di ortodonzia tecnica Damon - Dottor Antonio Guiducci (Roma)

2015

Corso “estetica funzionale con CAD/CAM ” corso teorico-pratico (Digital Academy, Sirona)

2016

Corso "I disordini temporomandibolari: dalle evidenze alla pratica clinica" Prof. Daniele Manfredini

Pubblicazioni

2013

Pubblicazione sul Journal Oral Rehabilitation dell'articolo:

Natural Course of Temporomandibular disorders with low pain-related impairmente: a 2-to-3-year follow-up study. (Manfredini D., Favero L., Gregorini G., Cocilovo F., Guarda-Nardini L.)

To describe the natural course of temporomandibular disorders (TMD) in patients with low levels of pain-related impairment, independently by the physical diagnoses they received. Amongst all patients who attended the TMD Clinic, University of Padova, Italy, during the year 2009, those who: (i) had Research Diagnostic Criteria for TMD (RDC/TMD) axis II Graded Chronic Pain Scale (GCPS) grade 0 or 1 scores, (ii) received counselling on their signs and symptoms at the time of their first visit and suggestions on how to self-manage their symptoms, (iii) did not attend the Clinic since the time of their last visit and (iv) were visited by the same resident, were recalled for a follow-up assessment during the period from September to December 2011. Sixty-nine patients (79% females; mean age 47.4 ± 11.3 years; range 26-77) of 86 who were potentially eligible accepted to enter the study. The time span since the first visit ranged from 23 to 36 months. At the follow-up assessment, the percentage of patients with muscle disorders decreased from 68.1% to 23.1%; disc displacement with reduction remained unchanged (52.1%), whilst the 5.7% of patients who had disc displacement without reduction with limited opening then showed absence of limitation; diagnoses related to other joint disorders decreased from 30.4% to 14.4% for arthralgia and from 27.5% to 24.6% for osteoarthritis/osteoarthrosis. In a sample of patients TMD with low pain-related impairment followed up with a single recall assessment at 2-to-3 years, the natural course of disease was generally favourable.

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