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Interdisciplinary Team Dentistry for Total Dentofacial Esthetics - Part 1 of 2

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Orthodontics sets up the foundation for future prosthetics in cases with periodontal, surgical and restorative dentistry requirements. Adult orthodontics simplifies complex clinical situations. Making it easier for restorative dentist to achieve better esthetic & functional results. Orthognatic surgery combined with orthodontics corrects skeletal discrepancies in order to have the patient ready for prosthodontic replacement of multiple missing teeth. Cases combined with implants to restore form & function will further illustrate the importance of multidisciplinary dentistry. Today´s practice requires a team approach that will be presented. In order to meet the patient´s demands for better esthetics and to obtain long term occlusal stability of our results.

Date Added:
3/28/2018

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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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