Low complexity treatments have been less and less treated by orthodontists, and this is due to two factors. The first is that general practitioners are increasingly performing these treatments; the second is the growing popularity of the irresponsible "do-it-yourself" orthodontics. Thus, more complex interdisciplinary treatments have become routine in orthodontics and this presentation will address recent concepts in interdisciplinary approaches.
Recognize new applications for the synchronization of restorative CAD / CAM treatments with orthodontics in functional and aesthetic rehabilitation.
Identify the role of interproximal reduction to posterior teeth to decrease food impaction and improve patient comfort.
Identify the need to provide correct inter-arch restorative spaces in pre-prosthetic orthodontic treatments.