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Orthodontic Management of a Mid-Treatment Transferred Patient - A Case Presentation

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Dr. Barry Matza presents a challenging orthodontic patient that he took on as a transfer patient mid-treatment. Diagnosis, treatment planning and patient management are key issues that are discussed in detail. In addition, sequencing of therapy and the management of the risk of root resorption are also outlined.

Date Added:
4/11/2011

Author(s):

Barry Matza, DMD Barry Matza, DMD
Dr. Barry Matza has been in private practice, specializing in Orthodontics in Boca Raton, Florida, since 1979 when he joined the staff of the Boca Raton Community Hospi...
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Questions & Comments
Thomas Kim - (11/9/2012 10:34 AM)

The patient may have problems with opening during her treatment with Dr. Matza due to the genion/constructed gonial angle and the ramus of the mandible being too retruded (16:01) or too close to the cervical spines (C1-C3). The final result of this treatment will lead to a chronic TMD problem. This patient is definitely going to be in a lot of pain. The final Ceph (19:28) shows that the patient has a very high propensity for TMD and obstructive sleep apnea problem!

abdullah khalil - (1/19/2012 7:33 PM)

first of all I would like to thank you for this valuable lecture . i see that you use a great modified Tweed mechanic which request huge forces for en-mass retraction !? do you think it is better to minimize the root resorption incidence and look for TMA with T loop to retract the canines first and so on? since you use the headgear to reinforce the anchorage , how you fix the cant of the occlusal plan which still able to be seen after 16 month ? thanks

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