MUDr. et MUDr. Juraj Lysý, PhD., MHA

Congress of Slovak Orthodontic Society
September 23.-24. 2022, Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton, Košice

MUDr. et MUDr. Juraj Lysý, PhD., MHA

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MUDr. et MUDr. Juraj Lysý, PhD., MHA

He graduated at LFUK general medicine in Bratislava in 2002. Untill 2003 he worked as teacher/lecturer at Child Oto-Rhino-Laryngology Department of DFNsP in Bratislava. He graduated Faculty of Stomatology LFUK in Bratislava in 2006. He has been working as lecturer/teacher at Orthodontic Department at Clinic of Stomatology and maxilofacial surgery LFUK a OÚSA from 2006. He passed specialization exam in general dentistry in 2009 and in 2012 he finished postgraduate orthodontic training. In 2012 he awarded a PhD for thesis “Myofunctional problems in orthodontics, diagnostics:” He is guarantor of tutoring workplace for orthodontic postgraduate training.

He is author and co-author of 82 professional and scientific publications and also many of lectures at home and foreign movements.

Complication of the orthodontic treatment due to antiresorptive preparation usage.


  1. MUDr. et MUDr. Juraj Lysý, PhD., MHA
  2. MUDr. Beata Špániková, PhD.
  3. Doc. MUDr. Tomáš Dallos, PhD.
  4. MUDr. Ľubica Tichá, PhD.
  1. Klinika stomatológie a maxilofaciálnej chirurgie, Lekárska fakulta Univerzity Komenského v Bratislave a Onkologický ústav sv. Alžbety
  2. Interná osteologická ambulancia – Osteocentrum pre vybrané onkologické diagnózy, Onkologický ústav sv. Alžbety
  3. Detská klinika, Lekárska fakulta Univerzity Komenského v Bratislave a Národný ústav detských chorôb

Introduction: Antiresorptive preparations are group of medicaments, which are used for bone disease treatment in children and adult patients. They affect bone remodelation by blocking of osteoclasts activity, which are responsible for bone tissue resorption. Its affect is not only in final outcome but also during treatment as/because processes of osteogenesis and resorption are present in every orthodontic treatment Extractions, application of TAD´s or surgical correction of skeletal anomaly are frequent part of orthodontic treatment. Launched preparations rarely caused gravely healing bone wound with difficulty, exceptionally in form of osteonecrosis.

Content: Lecture presents overview of current knowledge about interaction of antiresorptive therapy in children and adult patients with orthodontic treatment.

Conclusion: Antiresorptive preparations improve life of patients in many indications by significant way. But on the other hand its usage is connected with some complications, which must be known by patient, specialist who indicate this treatment and also practitioner/dental surgeon or orthodontist.

Friday, 23.9.2022 – Programme: Doctors

15:00 – 15:30 Complication of the orthodontic treatment due to antiresorptive preparation usage. MUDr. et MUDr.Juraj Lysý, PhD., MHA