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Contemporary Methods of Orthopedic Class III Correction: What is the most efficient treatment approach?

‐ Apr 14, 2021 7:10pm

Credits: None available.

Dr. Oyku Dalci (0.5 CE) will presents Contemporary Methods of Orthopedic Class III Correction: What is the most efficient treatment approach?

Conventional orthopedic management of maxillary retrognathic Class III patients involves the use of face mask. Treatment with face mask needs to start at a very young age and success depends heavily on patient compliance. This presentation is going to discuss the current evidence on the use different adjuncts to maximize effects of orthopedic Class III correction and intra-oral methods with mini-screw anchored orthopedic appliances.

Learning Objectives:

  • Conventional methods for orthopedic Class III correction
  • Contemporary methods to help maximize orthopedic Class III treatment outcomes
  • Intra-oral Class III orthopedic correction methods

Speaker Disclosure:

Length of session:
The session is scheduled for 30 minutes.

Continuing Education:
Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn .50 CE for the entire session.

Continuing Education Disclaimer:

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