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Adjunctive Orthodontics in Preparing the Implant Patient

Description:
This presentation is a review of the orthodontically related concepts that should be routinely incorporated in examining a potential implant patient and developing a treatment plan. Specifically, an emphasis is placed on the adjunctive orthodontics that a general dentist can perform to better manage their patients. Topics to be covered will include, space closure, unraveling anterior crowded teeth, extrusion, rotation and tipping movements.

Date Added:
11/25/2013

Author(s):

Paul L Ouellette, DDS, MS Paul L Ouellette, DDS, MS
Dr. Ouellette is a Board Certified Orthodontist, Paul L. Ouellette, DDS, MS, has dedicated his life to his profession as an educator, humanitarian, philanthro...
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Questions & Comments
Paul Ouellette - (11/28/2013 11:54 AM)

Thank you for your constructive comments. This was Part I of a three part series. There are cases presented in Parts I and II of this series that llustrate adjunctive orthodontic implant site preparation in more detail. The first two parts give the implant dentist a foundation, parts of the orthodontic appliances basic wire bending and more. Please add your requests for case types you would like to see in future presentations.

Chris Lee - (11/28/2013 3:22 AM)

Agreed - I was looking forwards to this one as I thought it would bring me up to date, say, with implant site augmentation using ortho extrusion etc.

Arshad Hasan - (11/27/2013 12:05 PM)

Thanks for the presentation but I am sorry I couldn't understand who the target audience was. If it were the Implantologist and the idea was to make them do some ortho then that goal was not achieved. I think the presenter made a great start but lost his way in the middle when he started explaining different systems. For future presentations may I suggest to show treated cases. Regards

Maurice Salama - (11/27/2013 8:02 AM)

Well thought out and described. Ortho is crucial element in treatment. Thnx Maurice

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