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2019 Annual Session Conference

Do You See What I See? Recognition, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Dental and Skeletal Malocclusion

‐ May 5, 2019 10:20am

Skeletal structure often dictates the orthodontic diagnosis and treatment plan. Board Certified Orthodontist, Dr. Ann Marie Gorczyca shares the warning signs that will help you choose the ideal orthodontic options for your patients. Starting with careful evaluation of the facial profile and limitations of orthodontic tooth movement, we will review the importance of cephalometric analysis and the reasons for tooth extraction and orthognathic surgical procedures. Create beautiful results. It’s a win-win-win for everyone: patient, general dentist, orthodontist and other specialists.

Learning Objectives:

  • Comprehend cephalometric analysis.
  • Diagnosis and treatment plan for facial and dental esthetics, as well as functional occlusion and long-term stability.
  • Recognize the ease and viability of orthognathic surgery and distraction osteogenesis procedures as ideal treatment options for sleep apnea, skeletal Class II, asymmetry, open bite, maxillary constriction, genioplasty, prognathism, skeletal Class III, and cleft palate.


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