1. Use a systematic approach in diagnosis and treatment by the application of the visual treatment objective in planning treatment, evaluating anchorage, and monitoring progress and results.
2. Unlock the malocclusion in a progressive sequence and establish optimal function and growth.
3. Torque control throughout treatment.
4. Muscular movement in any direction with proper application of pressure (force per unit area).
5. Tooth movement in any direction with proper application of pressure (force per unit area).
6. Orthopedic alteration-point A and midface control.
7. Orthopedic alteration, mandibular propulsion.
8. Overbite before overjet correction.
9. Sectional arch therapy with utility arch mechanics.
10. Concept of overtreatment class II, III, overbite, openbite, overjet, transverse, rotations asymmetry.
11. Efficiency in treatment with quality results utilizing a concept or prefabrication of appliances.
12. Three-dimensional assessment and therapeutic approaches. Use of cephalometrics (lateral and frontal A-P) and mounted model analysis:
- Evaluation etiology/conditions;
- Monitor TX progress;
- Monitor mechanics;
- End results.
13. Airway co-management.
14. Masticatory stabilization procedures:
- Myalgia and musculoskeletal issues (extracapsular);
- Intracapsular and TMJ internal derangements;
- Parafunctional habits and overloading condition;
- Masticatory disfunction (TMJ) disorders managed.
15. Cranio-cervical co-management.
16. Individualized treatment plan and objectives.
17. Begin with the end in mind.
18. Esthetic harmony and optimal functional capability in treatment result.