Weekly Question and Answer session. Jul 10, 2019

Today's Q&A webinar highlighted the fact that even what may appear to be a simple straightforward orthodontic case, can have its own idiosyncrasies, and treatment planning is the key to performing high level treatment, predictably and efficiently.

The case presented was a 12-year-old female, with a class I dental malocclusion on a class 2 skeletal base with a retrognathic mandible, moderate crowding and a very deep overbite.

There were many pearls from this case discussion, and I hope that you enjoy listening to this and take your orthodontic knowledge and confidence to a new level.

I must also add, how delighted I am that my mentee's have come so far in their knowledge and understanding of orthodontics in such a short period of time – this makes me very proud and proves that orthodontics can be performed at the highest level if you have the correct knowledge and proper training.

As always, I value your feedback, and please do not hesitate to ask me any questions, provide comments or send cases for discussion geoff@orthoed.com.au

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