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Periodontally-Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics – Part 4

Description:
In part 4 of this series, Dr. Colin Richman outlines the research and evidence related to the efficacy of PAOO. In addition to reducing treatment time, advantages of PAOO include minimizing recession, root resorption, and relapse.

Date Added:
8/18/2009

Author(s):

Colin Richman, DMD Colin Richman, DMD
EDUCATION:

Born and educated, Johannesburg, South Africa,
Dental Degree, Johannesburg, South Africa,
Post-Graduate Dental Degree, London England;...
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Questions & Comments
Bruce Beehler - (4/15/2013 12:22 AM)

Where have I been? I thought I knew it all. Another great tool to add to the arsensel. When the case is right. CT grafts /recession , thin tissue and ortho needed. Great do it all at once.

Maurice Salama - (11/27/2012 4:40 PM)

How many XP members are utilizing PAOO therapy in their clinical practices? This is a well thought out lecture on this subject by someone who has embraced this concept. Worth the time to view for sure. Dr. Salama

Dr Mary Arbelaez - (5/13/2010 4:10 PM)

I woul like to see a clinical cases treated with PAOO with initial and final results, with panoramic and profile x ray Dr Mary Luz Arbelaez Orthodontist from Bogota Colombia

Bernardo Mira Correa - (4/29/2010 2:59 AM)

I would like to ask about the gengival recession induced by the PAOO aproach. Even with muco gengival surgery to thicken gengival tissues, there will be an evident gengival recession, wich i believe it will be difficult to predict, prior to PAOO treatment.

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