TABLE OF CONTENTS

PROLOGUE

SECTION ONE: PHILOSOPHY, DIAGNOSIS, AND PLANNING



CHAPTER I IDEAL FORM AND FUNCTION FOR THE GNATHIC SYSTEM

CHAPTER II GOAL-DIRECTED ORTHODONTICS AND PATIENT A.C.

CHAPTER III GOAL-BASED DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING

CHAPTER IV CASE REPORT - LIMITATIONS OF HAND-ARTICULATED CASTS

CHAPTER V CASE PRESENTATIONS USING GOAL-DIRECTED ORTHODONTIC PHILOSOPHY

CHAPTER VI A COMPARISON OF THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF MODELS ARTICULATED IN THE SEATED CONDYLAR POSITION FROM A DEPROGRAMMED ASYMPTOMATIC POPULATION TO THAT OF A DEPROGRAMMED SYMPTOMATIC POPULATION: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

CHAPTER VII VISUAL TREATMENT OBJECTIVE: A DIAGNOSTIC TREATMENT PLANNING TOOL FOR ORTHODONTISTS

CHAPTER VIII OCCLUSAL APPLIANCES AND SPLINT THERAPY

CHAPTER IX AXIOPATH TRACINGS AND TRUE HINGE LOCATION

CHAPTER X CASE REPORT

CHAPTER XI THREE-DIMENSIONAL FACIAL ANALYSIS AND SEVEN-STEP CEPHALOMETRIC TREATMENT PLANNING
CHAPTER XII: THE PERIODONTAL GOAL IN ORTHODONTICS



SECTION TWO: TREATMENT


CHAPTER XIII TREATMENT IN THE MIXED DENTITION

CHAPTER XIV TREATMENT MECHANICS

CHAPTER XV CLASS II TREATMENT WITH EXTRACTIONS OF MAXILLARY BICUSPIDS

CHAPTER XVI EXTRACTIONS FOR FUNCTION AND AESTHETICS

CHAPTER XVII THE GOAL-DIRECTED APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON TREATMENT EXCELLENCE AND EFFICIENCY

CHAPTER XVIII COMMENTARY: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONDYLAR POSITION AND SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DYSFUNCTION (TMD)

CHAPTER XIX TREATING TO THE SEATED CONDYLAR POSITION

CHAPTER XX STABILITY OF OCCLUSAL CORRECTION AND CONDYLAR POSITION


SECTION THREE: INTERDISCIPLINARY AND ADVANCED TREATMENT

CHAPTER XXI BIOESTHETIC ORTHODONTICS


 

CHAPTER XXII OCCLUSAL EQUILIBRATION (POSITIVE/NEGATIVE CORONOPLASTY) AND SELECTIVE TOOTH GRINDING

CHAPTER XXIII CASE REPORT: TREATMENT BY EQUILIBRATION ONLY

CHAPTER XXIV DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS AND FUNCTIONAL OCCLUSION

CHAPTER XXV THE ROLE OF CONTEMPORARY ORTHODONTICS IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SLEEP-DISORDERED BREATHING

CHAPTER XXVI THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OCCLUSION AND TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DYSFUNCTION (TMD)