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The Role of Orthodontics in Treating the Adult and Periodontal Patient - Making Critical Clinical Decisions

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In this lecture presentation, a focus on multidisciplinary treatment planning and decision making is utilized to outline the benefits of adult orthodontics for the treatment of complex periodontal, occlusal and esthetic challenges. Timing of therapy and patient management are especially emphasized.

Date Added:
7/6/2011

Author(s):

Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID
Dr. Manuel de la Rosa-G received his specialty certificate and Master Degree in both Periodontics and Implantology from the University of Texas in Houston, wh...
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Questions & Comments
Mohammad Khandaqji - (9/21/2014 6:18 PM)

Thank you .

Kalin Marinov - (5/5/2014 12:30 PM)

Very good perspective of combined perio-ortho treatment, thanks for sharing.

Roland Feghali - (11/28/2013 1:01 PM)

Very nice Presentaton.

Aziz Mrani - (10/7/2013 3:48 AM)

Great job

Maurice Salama - (7/12/2013 12:35 PM)

Great job Manuel. Well organized cases and utilization of orthodontics and periodontics. thanks Maurice

ahlam elsay - (2/4/2013 2:19 PM)

excelente doctor thanks

ahlam elsay - (2/4/2013 2:19 PM)

excelente doctor thanks

Ligia Pentzke - (1/28/2013 1:49 AM)

Excelente Manolo!. Felicidades a ti y a tu hermana por tu trabajo en equipo.

okba ahmad - (8/3/2012 12:00 AM)

Thank you Dr. I want to inquire about the reason for extraction 8 Why did not suffice by extract 9

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