TX Planning Session – 4th August 2021

Welcome to this week's Treatment planning webinar

The first interesting case of an adult female who presents with a severe bimaxillary dental protrusion, mild upper crowding, severe lower crowding, lower midline deviated to the left and a crossbite involving her 26.

So my questions to you are:
  • What are the different options for this patient and which would be your preferred option and why?  
  • What are the risks in treatment here and how do you manage them?
  • Would you bond the upper second molars in this case?
  • In The second case - how would you manage the correction of the impacted lower second molars in a simple fashion?
These questions are answered in this thought-provoking webinar.

As always I would be very interested to know how you would treatment plan this patient if they presented to your practice, and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

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