Difficult cases usually defy the busy orthodontic office. It is the orthodontist who decides how to manage and treat those cases with the emotional and biomechanical challenges they present. This lecture will show some key clinical ideas on how to treat complex orthodontic scenarios so they can be easily and predictably managed to fit any type of orthodontic practice.
Identify what characteristics make a case difficult to treat.
Set treatment goals accordingly to tackle the complex cases in a simple and predictable way.
Recognize important treatment tools and the best methods to incorporate them in the office.