Join Dr. Ana-Maria Cantor live from Spain, when she presents Review of Advanced Treatment Protocols for Complex Class II & III Cases (1.25 CE) on October 12 at 7:30 pm central time.
This webinar will show the protocol to treat non extraction class II and III complex cases. Dr. Cantor will also explain an efficient way with excellent aesthetic results to treat the class III cases with missing lateral incisors.
Through 10 cases treated consecutively with the same biomechanics she will explain how with a simple and non invasive way the correction of the sagital problem of the patient is done at the beginning of the treatment with the Carriere Motion appliance (CMA). With this, a class I relationship is obtained in the posterior segments, distalizing them in block from canine to molar. Once the maxilla or mandible has the saggital problem corrected, the treatment continues with passive self ligating braces until its finishing.
The advantages of this technique:
Achieve a patient facial and profile harmony due to the occlusal plane change that accomplishes an anatomic and functional reposition of the mandible in reference to the maxilla with an added effect of an augmentation in the permeability of the airway condition.
Diminish the total treatment time with braces and aligners.
It gives an alternative to the class III patients that could be treated with surgery and/or extractions.
Avoid extractions or future complications in included canine cases due to lack of space.
Simplify the class III cases treatment with missing lateral incisors.
Reduce the total treatment time in aligners.
To treat class II and class III cases in a simple and non invasive way.
Speaker Disclosure: None
Length of session: The session is scheduled for 75 minutes.
Price: $0 for CE Passport members, Student members and Distance Learning members, $75 charge for other members.
Continuing Education: Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn 1.25 CE for the entire session.
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