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Orthodontic Camouflage

Description:
Dr. Thomas Sperling describes a clinical case where the limitations of orthodontics are demonstrated and the treatment is carried out within limits to achieve the best compromised outcome.

Date Added:
6/20/2008

Author(s):

Thomas Sperling, DDS Thomas Sperling, DDS
Dr. Thomas Sperling received his dental degree from the Universidad Nacional , Bogotá , Colombia in 1960 and specialized in Orthodontics in Buenos Aires , Argentina 19...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (12/31/2011 4:23 PM)

This is just good stuff. Learning how to deal with orthodontic limitations and how ortho can be used to solve clinical challenges. Compliments.

juan tamara - (11/30/2011 11:29 PM)

very nice doctor i´m a resident in othodontics here in bogota, i see you studied at universidad nacional, thanks for the video very helpfull

gary toogood - (5/1/2011 9:48 AM)

very well presented-4.31.11....gary toogood

aly ibrahim - (3/29/2010 2:56 PM)

nice job where are the steps ,mechanics and methodology thank u

bona fejzo - (2/6/2010 11:54 AM)

nice

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