Session 4: 2 days

Treating Class II and Class III Patients
  1. Diagnostic and Treatment Planning review
  2. Overview of basic fixed orthodontics, biology, and the ControlledArch™ Technique
  3. Review of the 12 configurations of a Class II malocclusion
  4. MN ramus up-righting an how it increases the MN length and establishes a Class I occlusion
    1. Physiology review
    2. High angle cases
      1. Causative factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
    3. Low angle cases
      1. Causative factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
    4. Deep dental bite cases
      1. Causative factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
    5. Open dental byte cases
      1. Causative factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
  5. The "Big 3"
    1. Importance
    2. Methods to achieve the "Big 3"
      1. Clinical methods
      2. Ancillary methods
  6. Class II, div 1 malocclusion: How to treat all configurations (4)
    1. Indications
    2. Causitive factors
    3. Early treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
    4. Late treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
  7. Class II, div 2 malocclusion: How to treat all configurations (4)
    1. Indications
    2. Causitive factors
    3. Early treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
    4. Late treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance/Controlled Arch™
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
  8. Class II, div 3 malocclusion: How to treat all configurations (4)
    1. Indications
    2. Causitive factors
    3. Early treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
    4. Late treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance/Controlled Arch™
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
  9. Recognizing success
    1. Asking for referrals
    2. Handling non-compliant patients
  10. Review of Surgical Cases
    1. Evaluation for surgery
    2. Pros vs. cons of facial surgery
  11. Long Term Maintenance
    1. Re-enforcing the "Big 3"
    2. Recognizing suble changes
      1. Quickly reversing subtle long-term changes

Treating Class III Patients

  1. Diagnostic and Treatment Planning review
  2. Overview of basic fixed orthodontics, biology, and the ControlledArch™
  3. Review of the 12 configurations of the Class III malocclusion
  4. MN up-righting and how it increases the MN length and established a Class I occlusion
    1. Physiology review
    2. High angle cases
      1. Causitive factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
    3. Low angle cases
      1. Causitive factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
    4. Deep dental byte cases
      1. Causitive factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
    5. Open dental byte cases
      1. Causitive factors
      2. Methods to guide growth back to normal
  5. The "Big 3"
    1. Importance
    2. Methods to achieve the "Big 3"
      1. Clinical methods
      2. Ancillary methods
  6. Class III, div 1 malocclusion: How to treat all configurations (4)
    1. Indications
    2. Causitive factors
    3. Early treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
    4. Late treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
  7. Class III, div 2 malocclusion: How to treat all configurations (4)
    1. Indications
    2. Causitive factors
    3. Early treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
    4. Late treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
  8. Class III, div 3 malocclusion: How to treat all configurations (4)
    1. Indications
    2. Causitive factors
    3. Early treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
    4. Late treatment
      1. Diagnosis
      2. Methods of correction
        1. Medical
        2. Appliance
        3. The "Big 3"
        4. Combination treatments
      3. Retention
      4. Case reviews
  9. Recognizing success
    1. Asking for referrals
    2. Handling non-compliant patients
  10. Review of Surgical Cases
    1. Evaluation for surgery
    2. Pros vs.cons of facial surgery
  11. Long Term Maintenance
    1. Re-enforcing the "Big 3"
    2. Recognizing subtle changes
      1. Quickly reversing subtle long-term changes
  12. Asking for referrals