Weekly Question and Answer session. Oct 9, 2019

In this webinar, two cases were presented and discussed.

The first case was a female who presented with an impacted canine on the right-hand side , a 50% buccal occlusion on the left-hand side with the upper midline deviated to the right, and a very high mesially inclined upper left canine, moderate lower crowding and very proclined lower incisors. This patient has many different treatment options and risks associated those different options . All in all this case is exceptionally interesting and one that has many pearls in enhancing your assessment of orthodontic treatment planning.

The second case was an adult female, with a significant class III skeletal malocclusion who refuses to have orthognathic surgery, and ideally needs her upper anterior teeth brought forwards to allow restorative work to be performed. The question is –"Can this case be treated with aligner therapy and achieve a stable orthodontic result" I look forward to hearing your thoughts as to how you could treat this with aligner therapy and how would you do the ideal digital set up to achieve the desired end result"

In fact this question and many more will be fully answered in our upcoming OrthoED two-day program on aligner therapy in Adelaide on Thursday and Friday November 21 and 22 - If you want to learn everything about aligners to provide predictable, efficient, high quality and profitable treatment you can book your seat here -

There are only a few spaces so you can look HERE for details.

I hope that you enjoy this recorded webinar, and as always I appreciate your feedback, your input and if you have any questions or cases that you would like to discuss in future webinars please feel free to email me geoff@orthoed.com.au

As always I look forward to seeing your online at our weekly Q and A webinar on Wednesday 7 AM AEST

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