In my first blog post in 2016, I will be presenting a brief case report demonstrating the effectiveness of the proper use of a passive self-ligating system (Damon Q) in camouflage treatment of an adult with a malocclusion of considerable skeletal discrepancy, namely; Class III malocclusion in this particular case.
“The best teamwork comes from men who are working independently toward one goal in unison.” ~ James Cash Penney
I thought today’s post should be about something more clinically-oriented, so I’ve decided to share with you a short summary of a multidisciplinary-treated case which I had treated several years ago in collaboration with my colleague and brilliant Restorative Specialist Dr. Maher Abdeljawad*. This case was awarded the 2nd place award in the Multidisciplinary Best Case Category at the peer-judged MENA (Middle East & North Africa) Aesthetic Dentistry Awards in 2011. We are sharing it here because it clearly demonstrates the importance of a multidisciplinary approach in communication, planning and execution in dentistry, and we wanted to emphasize that point in this post.