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Orthodontic Management of Impacted Teeth

Description:
Over the last 25 years we have managed different clinical situations that include every tooth in the mouth that can be impacted on an orthodontic patient. We will focus the webinar both on mucogingival considerations as well as orthodontic biomechanics. Impacted teeth can be a challenge and can make a treatment last longer. We will show a logic approach to these situations. That produces good stability, periodontal health and relative short treatment time.

Date Added:
8/21/2019

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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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (8/22/2019 2:42 PM)

Jorge Ravelo; I agree, very timely presentation and so important for all disciplines to understand even if you do not do the surgery or the orthodontics. By the way, are you a member of Dentalxp? Dr. Salama

Miguel Hirschhaut - (8/21/2019 6:55 PM)

Miguel, I wrote the previos comment . We are proud of you. Jorge Ravelo DDS MS, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

Miguel Hirschhaut - (8/21/2019 6:52 PM)

Very good, enlighten and complete Web seminar

Miguel Hirschhaut - (8/21/2019 10:23 AM)

Thanks for the chance to contribute Eddie Salama. This webinar is based on a lecture we gave recently on Impacted teeth in four US orthodontic departments. As well as at a couple of lectures at Universities in South America. And two presentations at the Venezuelan Society of Orthodontics and an upcoming lecture at the Venezuelan Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery on the same topic. It is a summary of 25 years of work in this field of impactions. Presented in 50 plus cases. Best regards, Miguel

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