Introducing the Atlas of Complex Orthodontics, a revolutionary new text with step-by-step instructions for treating today's toughest orthodontic cases. Over 1,500 full-color clinical photographs, radiographs, and illustrations present each phase of treatment in this atlas-style guide, starting with the pre-treatment work-up, continuing through the treatment sequence, and ending with the final results. Drs. Ravindra Nanda and Flavio Uribe cover the latest techniques for managing moderate to severe orthodontic problems, including the use of temporary anchorage devices and the "surgery-first" orthognathic approach, to ensure you stay ahead of the curve in the ever-changing field of orthodontics.
A standardized, atlas-style presentation for each case takes you through the pre-treatment intraoral, extraoral, and smile analysis; the diagnosis and case summary (including the problem list and treatment plan); a brief discussion of the treatment options; the treatment sequence and biomechanical plan; and the final results.
UNIQUE! Over 1,500 high-quality photographs, radiographs, and line drawings illustrate the stages of treatment for a wide range of complex orthodontic problems to help improve understanding.
Discusses moderate to severe orthodontic problems, including: vertical problems; anterior-posterior problems; transverse problem; missing maxillary lateral incisors; impacted teeth; and surgical correction of dentofacial deformity.
Multidisciplinary approach to treatment helps you draw appropriately from multiple disciplines, redefine problems outside of normal boundaries, and reach solutions based on a new understanding of complex situations.
Coverage includes the "surgery-first" orthognathic approach (SFOA), a timesaving procedure in the combined orthodontic-surgical approach to selected cases of prognathism.
Highly regarded lead author, Dr. Ravindra Nanda, is Chair, Department of Orthodontics at University of Connecticut and widely known in the field of orthodontics.
Addresses the use of temporary anchorage devices (TADs) in correcting different types of malocclusion.
Ravindra Nanda, BDS, MDS, PhD, Professor and Head, Department of Craniofacial Sciences; Chair, Division of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT Flavio Andres Uribe, DDS, MDentSc, Associate Professor Program Director Division of Orthodontics Department of Craniofacial Sciences School of Dental Medicine University of Connecticut Farmington, CT
SECTION 1: VERTICAL PROBLEMS Chapter 1: Management of Patients with Deep Bite Case 1-1. Incisor intrusion for the excessive gingival display Case 1-2. Intrusion arch for levelling the mandibular Curve of Spee Case 1-3. Increase of the vertical dimension with implants and midline correction with a mini-plate in a patient with a multiple missing teeth Case 1-4. Deep bite correction with anterior bite stops Case 1-5. Combined orthognathic surgery, orthodontics, and prosthodontics in a severe brachifacial pattern Chapter 2: Management of Patients with Open Bite Case 2-1. Targeted mechanics for the correction of an anterior open bite Case 2-2. Anterior open bite correction by mini-implant assisted posterior intrusion Case 2-3. Mini- plate supported posterior intrusion with posterior acrylic plate for open bite correction Case 2-4. Correction of a Class III malocclusion with vertical excess with the Surgery First Approach Chapter 3: Management of Canted Occlusal Planes Case 3-1: Biomechanical treatment of an asymmetric open bite Chapter 4: Management of Vertical Maxillary Excess Case 4-1: Orthognathic surgery for significant vertical excess, facial convexity, and large interlabial gap SECTION 2: ANTERO-POSTERIOR PROBLEMS Chapter 5: Correction of Class I malocclusions with antero-posterior problems Case 5-1: Intrusion and retraction of the anterior maxillary teeth by means of a three piece intrusion assembly Case 5-2: Correction of bimaxillary protrusion using fiber reinforced composite for space closure Chapter 6: Non-extraction correction of Class II malocclusions Case 6-1: Anchorage control with a cantilever in an unilateral Class II malocclusion Case 6-2: Tip back-tip forward mechanics for the correction of the Class II subdivision Case 6-3: Use of a fixed functional appliance for Class II correction Case 6-4: Class II treatment with distalizing appliances followed by TADs to maintain anchorage Chapter 7: Correction of Class III malocclusions Case 7-1: Two-phase palatal mini-implant supported Class III correction Case 7-2: Mini-plate supported nonextraction Class III correction Case 7-3: Unilateral mandibular premolar extraction for midline correction and unilateral maxillary canine substitution Case 7-4: Conventional orthognathic surgery in a severe Class III malocclusion SECTION 3: TRANSVERSE PROBLEMS Chapter 8: Correction of Maxillary Constriction Case 8-1: Maxillary expansion and stop advance wire for the correction of a mild Class III malocclusion Case 8-2: Bidimensional distraction for maxillary unitlateral crossbite and canine retraction Chapter 9: Correction of Midline Discrepancy Case 9-1: Correction of a canted maxillary incisal plane with different approaches to a one couple system SECTION 4: IMPACTED TEETH Chapter 10: Management of impacted canines Case 10-1: Maxillary impacted canine and anterior restorations for microdontic lateral incisors Case 10-2: Cantilever based eruption of impacted maxillary canines Case 10-3: Eruption of maxillary impacted canines and mandibular second premolar with cantilever mechanics Case 10-4: Use of lip bumper for severely impacted mandibular canines Chapter 11: Management of Impacted Second Molars Case 11-1: Molar uprighting of severely mesioangulated mandibular second molars SECTION 5: MULTIDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT Chapter 12: Full Mouth Rehabilitation Case 12-1: Restoration of a mutilated dentition with preprosthetic TADs to intrude the mandibular dentition Chapter 13: Management of Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors Case 13-1: Unilateral canine impaction with maxillary canine substitution Case 13-2: Multidisciplinary approach of multiple missing teeth with bone grafts and endosseous implants Chapter 14: Management of Missing Molars with Orthodontic Space Closure Case 14-1: Space closure after extraction of a hopeless maxillary molar and build-up of a peg lateral Case 14-2: Mini-implant supported space closure of missing first molars and maxillary premolar extractions Case 14-3: Mandibular second molar protraction into a first molar space with a fixed functional appliance SECTION 6: STRATEGIES TO EXPEDITE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT Chapter 15: Corticotomy-assisted Orthodontic Treatment Case 15-1: Maxllary impacted canine and anterior restorations for microdontic lateral incisors Chapter 16: Correction of Dentofacial Deformity with Surgery First Approach Case 16-1: Virtual 3D plan and Surgery First Approach in Orthognathic Surgery Chapter 17: Correction of Malocclusion Restricted to Anterior Teeth using Targeted Mechanics. Case 17-1: Targeted mechanics for impacted canines SECTION 7: ADJUNCTIVE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT Chapter 18: Development of Vertical Alveolar Bone for Prosthetic Implant Placement Case 18-1: Vertical ridge development in severe attachment loss of a maxillary central incisor Chapter 19: Management of Dental Trauma Case 19-1: Autotransplantation of second premolars into the site of extracted maxillary central incisors due to trauma SECTION 8: ESTHETICS Chapter 20: Esthetic and Finishing Strategies Case 20-1: Orthognathic surgery and reduction of the open gingival embrasures "black triangles" to maximize facial and smile esthetics Case 20-2: Reduction of incisal gingival display with incisor intrusion and gingivectomy Case 20-3: Reduction of the gingival display with an intrusion arch Case 20-4: Incisal cant correction and composite restoration in maxillary anterior teeth Case 20-5: Orthodontic extrusion to match gingival margins and composite veneers on maxillary anterior teeth Case 20-6: Mandibular implants and anterior maxillary veneers for esthetics