Composite Addition to Facilitate Orthognathic Surgery

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Posted on By brian mills In Composite Resin

Discusses the role of the restorative dentist when treating the ortho/orthgnathic patient

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Very important advice and instruction. These cases require extra special care to achieve a balanced facial and occlusal result. This allows for added stability. Thanks Dr. Salama


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Maurice, Thanks for your comments. I agree these cases take good planning and coordination of all the team members for the best results.
I have a longer version that details the model work to be able to do the wax up and composite transfer.
If you think there is interest I can post it.
Take care Brian


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