Weekly Question and Answer session. April 8th 2020

An exceptionally interesting case was presented, being a 12-year-old female who was missing her 12 and 22, significant lower anterior crowding with a Class I molar relationship on her left side and a 50% Class II occlusion on her right side.

This case demonstrates the great importance of good records, assessment of a true centric relation position and performing a Bolton analysis and formulating a good problem list and providing solutions to each type of problem.

I hope you enjoy this week's webinar, and we all continue to learn through this type of education of case presentation and discussion.

I hope you enjoy the webinar as much as everyone who attended the live session- and I hope that we are providing you extra knowledge and confidence in orthodontics and being true to our OrthoED mantra of "Growth through Education"

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