6 Ways to Design a Face Corrective Jaw Surgery to Optimize Bite, Airway, and Facial Balance

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6 Ways to Design a Face Corrective Jaw Surgery to Optimize Bite, Airway, and Facial Balance

Paul Coceancig

In this innovative and paradigm-busting book, the author asserts that almost all bad bites have their origin in a small mandible, what he calls anterior mandibular hypoplasia, or AMHypo, and further claims that surgical management is the only means to correct it.
AMHypo arises because of a small anterior tongue, and it leads to dewlap (poor chin-neck contour), dental crowding, impacted third molars, a range of dental malocclusions, and retroglossal tongue displacement into the upper airway.
Traditional orthodontics often camouflage the small jaw by extracting “extra” teeth that don’t fit and controlling growth with various appliances, effectively leaving the patient in the same medical predicament they were before having their teeth straightened and their occlusion fixed.
After all, for every patient with a bad bite, there are three combined, interwoven, inseparable treatment considerations: occlusion, airway, face.

 

Contents:

  1. Reimagining Orthodontics and Oral Surgery
  2. Why Obstructive Sleep Apnea Occurs
  3. Deciding on Jaw Surgery
  4. The Digital Diagnostic Process
  5. What is AMHypo and Why Should Clinicians Understand It?
  6. Jaw Correction Procedures
  7. Managing the Chin and Jawline
  8. Explaining the IMDO Protocol
  9. Designing for IMDO and GenioPaully
  10. What Patients Can Expect with IMDO Therapy
  11. Introducing Custom BIMAX
  12. The Remedial BIMAX
  13. The SuperBIMAX
  14. What Patients Can Expect with BIMAX
  15. Creating the Ideal Maxilla
  16. Introducing PEEK Implants