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Enhancement Orthodontics: Theory and Practice

9780813826233
Dental Orthodontic Books

Enhancement Orthodontics: Theory and Practice provides a concise and compact clinical guide to achieving aesthetic results through orthodontics. Challenging the accepted wisdom of the past, it offers a fresh look at orthodontic treatment, using a patient-centered paradigm for enhancing the appearance, function, and health of the dentofacial features. A mixture of clinical cases and decision-making coaching delivers an easy-to-follow guide to the prevailing clinical scenarios and how to treat them. Dwelling not merely on the intra-oral results, Enhancement Orthodontics demonstrates how to employ whole-face analysis to improve overall dentofacial appearance.

The author is Marc Ackerman, a third generation orthodontist in full-time private practice. He is the Director of Orthodontics at Children's Hospital Boston in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a member of the editorial review boards of Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research and the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics.

160 Pages Paperback - 2007 Edition

AU $196.20 (incl GST)

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