Topic [P2] Case discussion of Management of a 16-year-old boy with a significant Class III dental malocclusion on a very mild underlying Class III skeletal base.
Welcome to this session of ‘listen to the experts’ – we Dr. Rohit Sachdeva and Dr. Geoffrey Hall discuss further this most interesting and challenging case.
In summary, This 16-year-old boy presents with a significant Class III dental malocclusion on a very mild underlying Class III skeletal base with a minimal overjet, moderate crowding in is an upper anterior segment, significant lower anterior crowding with his upper midline already deviated to his right and a lack of space for is very high in measly inclined upper left canine. There is evidence of a mandibular shift giving rise to the fact that his buccal relationship on his right side is far more class III than the buccal relationship on his left side.
Rohit and Geoff further discuss this case but using simulations to assess the predictability of different approaches and further understanding the principles of establishing the orthodontic tooth movement boundaries, and identifying reference teeth and critical paths to success of treatment.
This exceptional eye-opening and thought-provoking webinar – will once again take your orthodontic knowledge and treatment planning to another level – where you can accurately assess individual cases and make better decisions as to how to properly plan treatment to provide the best and most efficient clinical outcomes for your patient.
This webinar will give you a great clinical insight into making the best decision for your patient and how to plan orthodontic treatment in the most strategic manner and demonstrate the value of performing diagnostic simulations.
I hope you find this Listen to the expert webinar to be informative and allows you to critically assess and analyse your patient and provide you with an understanding of the thought process you need to adopt to make the appropriate orthodontic treatment plan and design the correct orthodontic mechanics for your patient