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Orthodontics is not only fixing braces to patient teeth. We can classify orthodontics to big 5 types of interventions firstly
1-preventive orthodontics which aims to predict the problem and trying to prevent it before it becomes more complicated
for example space maintainers which are used to keep spaces of extracted teeth for erupting ones or for aprosthesis. 2-interciptive
orthodontics which aims to interrupting orthodontic problem and preventing it?s complexity for example correction of skeletal calss
II with mandibular retrognathism with amyofunctional appliance as twin block or correcting skeletal class III in a growing patient
with maxillary retrusion with face mask also correcting of a developing open bite with tongue gaurd appliance which aim to retain
soft tissue balance and establishing normal over jet normal over bite. Also utilizing of leeway spaces in decreasing the need for fixed
appliance in the future. 3- Corrective which means management of malocclusion already after it became complicated? 4- Camouflage
treatment by extracting teeth and trying to improve dental and soft tissue relation with dento alveolar movements for example
extracting upper first premolars to retract upper anteriors and upper lip in skeletal class II cases finally is Orthognathic surgery in
which a combination of orthodontics and surgery are performed to correct skeletal base malrelation. Finally I want to say that you
can treat or at least decrease complexity of malocclusion by different means rather than fixing brackets on teeth.
Dr. Mohamed Zaghloul graduated from Alexandria College of Dentistry, Egypt in 2007. He completed one year of training in Alexandria University Hospital. Since 2008
he began to focus on orthodontics and worked for one year as an assistant to an orthodontist, increasing his knowledge by courses, scientific meetings, conferences and
reading recent books and papers. In 2013 he applied for Orthodontics master program from University of Dundee held in Egypt for the first time and it was approved by the
program director professor David Bearn. His practice is limited to orthodontics. He spoke at many scientific meetings in Egypt.
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