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Non Surgical Management of Anterior Open Bite

Description:
This video is an adjunct to the Non Surgical Management of PCR/DJD. It demonstrates the lab and model work to diagnose and treatment plan non surgical management of the Anterior Open Bite.

Date Added:
4/12/2017

Author(s):

Brian C. Mills, DMD Brian C. Mills, DMD
Brian C. Mills D.M.D.

  • 1980: Graduated Tufts School of Dental Medicine

  • 1981: Completed one year GPR Irwin Army Hospital [read more]




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Questions & Comments
brian mills - (4/20/2017 10:04 AM)

Ron, Thank you for watching. I'll see what I can do to complete your armamentarium. Take care Brian

Ronald Goldstein - (4/18/2017 10:46 PM)

Very interesting program, Brian...and nicely presented. I am trying to find some duct tape(:

Ronald Goldstein - (4/18/2017 10:46 PM)

Very interesting program, Brian...and nicely presented. I am trying to find some duct tape(:

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