This textbook opens with a chapter on diagnostics. Guest author John Morton has contributed the second chapter on the biomechanics of aligners.
This is followed by a broad presentation of all kind of malocclusion, the accompanying symptoms, the rationale behind the selected treatment approaches and the various outcomes achieved. Each patient is documented with high-quality intra- and extraoral photographs and radiographs. Every reader stands to profit from this chapter irrespective of his or her level of experience with the Invisalign system.
The last chapter of the textbook deals with the advantages (and some disadvantages) of the Invisalign system. Its content may help patients and clinicians alike in deciding whether this system is the optimal choice for a particular situation.
The authors are experienced orthodontists who work in the same private practice and who began using the Invisalign system shortly after its introduction into Europe. Very soon after this, they became devotees of this novel treatment modality, on which they have since gained extensive experience.
This book is intended to give the beginner as well as the experienced user tips and techniques on how to integrate the Invisalign system reasonable and successfully into the orthodontic office.