Let’s take an informative journey utilizing essential and preeminent BioProgressive
approaches for dentistry and orthodontics. It is significant what we can do. Once we
utilize these principles, we cannot be without them.
Patients want to be well informed. They want to be treated by a doctor and team who
are well informed. Dental asymmetries and functional deviations can be treated with
orthodontic and facial orthopedic correction during the growth period based upon the
fundamentals of basic science and clinical sensibility: surgical management becomes
Yield stunning smiles with occlusal harmonies. Great smiles have harmony, symmetry,
and a broadness consistent with the individual’s facial form, morphology, and balance.
Occlusal plane, midline, chin location, and smile esthetics will be specified. Asymmetry
of the facial parts is the rule, rather than the exception.
We are clinical doctors who like to learn from each other’s treatment approaches and
cases. This vigorous lecture will include advanced specifics regarding Class III dysplasia
cases, Class II differential treatment particulars, and orthodontic asymmetry examples
with dynamic teachings to be shared.
Dr. Grummons will present useful and up-to- date Class II and III clinical aspects, which
affect facial harmonies, mandibular function, TMD perspectives, and esthetic treatment
The patient should triumph after treatment with optimized self-confidence and radiant
smile. Man’s mind, once stretched by new ideas, can never remain the same.
Educational Objectives – following conclusion of this session, each attendee will be
able to manage:
- Individual treatment based upon specific diagnoses
- Stunning Smiles – orthodontic pathway to successes
- Esthetic Smile Zone factors
- Youth and adults – differential therapies described
- Skeletal jaw disharmonies and bite consequences identified
- Asymmetry aspects – structural, functional and malocclusion
- Class II and III treatments
- Jaw orthopedics and teeth alignment: brackets/Invisalign and beyond
- The needs and benefits of three-dimensional BioProgressive approaches