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Merging Orthodontics & Esthetic Dentistry for the Anterior Zone. A Complete Clinical & Laboratory Perspective - Part 2 of 2

Description:
Anterior zone represents a clinical challenge in dentofacial esthetics. This presentation is unique since we will illustrate multidisciplinary treatment for the anterior zone from A to Z. Through the perspective of a Master Dental Ceramist & Restorative Dentist combined with the input of the Orthodontist we will illustrate with clinical cases the management of anterior esthetic challenges.

Date Added:
12/2/2015

Author(s):

Miguel Hirschhaut, DDS Miguel Hirschhaut, DDS
- DDS, Universidad Central de Venezuela, 1988-1993.

- Fullbight Scholarship, Fundacion Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho, for Orthodontics postgraduae training at Univer...
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Anabell E Bologna, DDS Anabell E Bologna, DDS
Dra. Anabell E. Bologna

Dentist graduated from the UCV , Universidad Central de Venezuela, in 1996.

In 1998 she participated in a Fel...
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Questions & Comments
Miguel Hirschhaut - (12/3/2015 7:03 AM)

Jerome Bistritz, I have forwarded your question to Dr. Jorge Ravelo here is his answer. Rigid fixation is the gold standart in OMFS. He uses it for Lefort 1 osteotomies. However for genioplasties he has better 3D control of the chin position with osteosintesis wires. See my previous webinars in XP. I have well over 35 Orthognatic Surgery cases operated by Dr. Ravelo. In order for you to see the fantastic surgical results he gives us. Stable and great dentofacial esthetics with occlusal functional results. Miguel Hirschhaut.

Miguel Hirschhaut - (12/3/2015 2:18 AM)

Our oral and maxilofacial surgeon uses both systems. He decides what system is best in each case. Dr. Jorge Ravelo has well over 7000 orthognatic surgery cases done. His volume of cases and experience is simply amazing. In my humble opinion he is one of the surgeons that does and has done more orthognatic cases anywhere in the world. If you write me an email to hirschhautmiguel@yahoo.com. I can have him write you back with answers to any questions you might have for him. I have been working with him for the last 21 years. However he has at least 16 years more experience that me and has presented his cases and protocols at the AAOMFS. I am sure you have seen his lectures. For me is simply an honour to have the chance to work with him and his results are simply outstanding. Regards, Miguel Hirschhaut

jerome bistritz - (12/2/2015 10:26 PM)

Why not use micro plates instead of wire osteosynthesis I found them much easier and more stable for the Lefort and genioplasty procedures?

Miguel Hirschhaut - (12/2/2015 2:21 PM)

Thanks Arshad for your kind comments. Glad you liked it. Miguel

Arshad Hasan - (12/2/2015 1:47 PM)

Great Webinar. Thanks for sharing your cases and knowledge.

Miguel Hirschhaut - (12/2/2015 1:00 AM)

Thanks Dental XP for this new opportunity to present our multidisciplinary cases done in Caracas, Venezuela. The anterior esthetic zone is the greatest challenge to any clinician. We would like to acknowledge our team members that participated in these cases: Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon: Dr. Jorge Ravelo, Periodontist: Dr. Ricardo Almon, Restorative Dentist: Dr. Rafael La Plana. Our goal with our Team Dentistry Approach is Total Dentofacial Esthetics. As we have mentioned before our objective in this 2 part series webinar is to present our treatment protocol from A to Z. Including both the lab & clinical phases of treatment. Kind regards, Miguel Hirschhaut

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