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Craniofacial and Restorative Management in Facial Esthetic Therapy

Description:
This presentation will highlight the interaction of orthognathic surgery, orthodontics and restorative adhesive dentistry to maximize the functional, airway, and facial esthetics of patients suffering from skeletal malocclusions. The diagnosis of airway obstruction and it's issues involving sleep apnea and overall health will also be highlighted. Often, patients with skeletal dysplasias harbor esthetic, functional and airway issues which all require ideal treatment planning. The interaction of the oral surgeon, orthodontist and restorative colleagues is paramount to attaining a successful overall result. Diagnosis utilizing lateral cephalometric films, occlusion and restorative evaluation will be explained as will sequence of therapy.

Date Added:
12/26/2011

Author(s):

Claudio Pinho, DDS Claudio Pinho, DDS
Cláudio Pinho is one of the professionals that has become quite renowned in the area of Aesthetic Dentistry in Brazil in the beginning of this century. He gra...
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Rogério Zambonato Freitas, DDS, MS Rogério Zambonato Freitas, DDS, MS
Biography

The connection of Doctor Rogerio Zambonato to dentistry goes all the way back to the cradle. As the son of renowned Brizailian dentist, Jose Alb...
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Questions & Comments
Ronald Goldstein - (9/3/2012 4:54 PM)

The question about a patient not being able to afford the excellent care is a good one. If you feel the patient is deserving do the service as a 'teaching case'...meaning you can give a discount or do it pro bono. This is what I have done for the past 55 years and pleased to be able to continue to do it.

Island Mak - (9/3/2012 2:36 PM)

I also give five stars to this lecture. I recently join fdi lectures at HK. The last day is amazing. It is very similar to this lecture. It is Saturday morning session. The specialist is an orthodontist. He is also mentionig the profile is the last result he wants.

Michelle Halcomb - (12/28/2011 2:29 PM)

Great presentation! One of the patients could not afford her dental care. How then was she able to receive the care she did? Thank you for your thorough and thought-provoking video.

marcelino negron - (12/28/2011 11:48 AM)

Marcelino Negron An excellent presentation with wonderfull material. Looking forward for another presentation with a description of the surgeries.

Cynthia Meimban - (12/23/2011 11:38 PM)

The presentation is very vivid in each dental procedure from surgery to restorative and to TMJ treatment. Such presentation proves that we dentist should realy have to work in tandem with our colleagues who is authority in a certain field of specialty for us to be able to provide genuine and utmost care to our patients. Thank you

Sam Busich - (12/23/2011 1:19 PM)

Amazing craniofacial dentistry. Important to understand the impact of airway on skeletal dysplasia and how this can lead to correct surgical orthodontic and restorative treatment. Thank you. Sam

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