Introduction: History and Evolutions in Orthodontic treatment & Orthognathic surgery.- Part I: Orthodontic Strategy in Surgery First Approach.- 1. Introduction of Surgery-first Approach in Surgico-orthodontics.- 2. STO & Clinical Procedure of Surgery-first Approach.- 3. Dental Model set up in Mock surgery for Surgery-first approach.- 4. Post-operative Care in Surgery-first Approach and Post-op Orthodontics Combined with TADs.- 5. Orthodontic perspective in Treatment Strategy for Cl II Orthognathic Surgery.- 6. Orthodontic perspective in Treatment Strategy for Facial Asymmetry.- 7. Soft tissue changes following Surgery-first Approach ; IVRO vs SSRO.- Part II: Orthodontic Strategy in Surgery First Approach.- 8. Update in Orthognathic surgical techniques.- 9. 3D Computer Simulation in Orthognathic Surgery.- 10. 3D Photogrammetric analysis in Orthognathic surgery.- 11. Clinical applications of Surgery first orthongathic approach in Class III dentofacial deformities.- 12. Clinical applications of Surgery first orthongathic approach in Class II dentofacial deformities.- 13. Considerations for Facial Asymmetry & Genioplasty in Surgery-first Approach.- 14. Long Term Stability of Surgery first appraoch.- 15. Total Treatment Time in Surgery first approach.
This book is a comprehensive guide to the surgery-first orthognathic approach for patients with malocclusion and skeletal disharmony, which has been successfully applied by the authors in their practices over the past 15 years. The approach breaks with the time-tested principles of traditional orthognathic surgery in that corrective bone surgery is performed first, without the removal of dental compensations, followed by orthodontic finishing. All aspects are covered with the aid of numerous illustrations, the aim being to provide surgeons with a systematic educational tool that will enable them to introduce the approach into their own practice. In addition, the book addresses one of the hot issues in orthodontics, occlusal plane-altering orthognathic surgery, in which surgical modification of the occlusal plane is employed to treat various types of dentofacial deformity and improve facial proportions. This promises to become a very powerful tool in modern orthognathic surgery.
Jong Woo Choi, MD, PhD, MMM Professor, Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea Chief, Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Chairman, International Affairs Committee, Korean Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons (KSPRS) Chairman, Scientific Committee, Korean Society of Simulation Surgery (KSSIS) Chairman, International Affairs Committee, Korean Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Association (KCPCA)
Jang Yeol Lee, DDS, MS, PhD
Director, Smile Again Orthodontic Center, Seoul, Korea