This concise book provides a sound basis in orthodontic diagnosis for both dental students and general dental practitioners following an introductory chapter on the development of normal occlusion the authors offer a clear overview of the diagnostic process they look at how both local and general factors affect the final treatment plan and the advantages of different management strategies. The orthodontic patient treatment and biomechanics a j ireland and fraser mcdonald chapters on biology of tooth movement orthodontic appliances materials iatrogenic effects and multidisciplinary treatment all aid treatment planning. Orthodontic treatment should be delayed for these patients until they are in a period of remission and if diagnosis occurs during orthodontic treatment it is usually advisable to suspend treatment and remove the appliances for patients with severe root shortening orthodontic treatment is contraindicated. Different types of patients expectations of orthodontic treatment on their first visit they had no history of previous orthodontic consultation or treatment table i questions no of responses q1 what are your expectations of first visit a examination diagnosis 21 b discussion 05 c get braces 13 d x rays 07 e impressions 02 f. The term diagnosis is defined as the identification of a disease by careful investigation of its symptoms and history 1 while not a true disease per se malocclusions are the disease processes of orthodontics and the central focus of orthodontic diagnoses malocclusions can have esthetic and functional implications and an accurate diagnosis is required to best understand their etiology
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