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Maxillofacial Analysis 3(All Videos)

Dr. Uchiyama Course 20

Maxillofacial Analysis 3

Maxillofacial Analysis 3(All Videos)

Index

  • 00:20~#1 To develop a comprehensive treatment plan
  • 13:32~#2 Team Approach
  • 27:02~#3 Importance of diagnostic wax-up
  • 40:33~#4 Diagnostic wax-up notes
  • 55:29~#5 What led me to consider Maxillo Facial Analysis?
  • 1:08:52~#6 Maxillo Facial Analysis in Practice
  • 1:22:35~#7 Classification of Prosthetic Treatment by Maxillo Facial Analysis
  • 1:36:50~#8 Cases requiring significant improvement

This video includes all of the following videos from Course20 Maxillofacial Analysis 3.

[#1 To develop a comprehensive treatment plan]
In clinical practice, we are sometimes faced with situations where we have to treat the entire jaw.
What is the process of comprehensive treatment and what should be taken into consideration when planning a treatment plan?
He explained in detail with various workflows and data.

[#2 Team Approach]
Continued from #1, this is a case that Dr. Uchiyama has been working on from the time when he was a young doctor to the present.
He explained the steps from initial treatment to reevaluation and final prosthetic treatment. He also talked about the necessity of a team approach when re-treatment becomes necessary.
The importance of the team approach is also explained in the latter half of the case.

[#3 Importance of diagnostic wax-up]
Diagnostic wax-ups are indispensable for comprehensive treatment planning because they serve as indicators of treatment goals.
He discussed its importance with actual cases.
In the latter half of the lecture, Dr. Uchiyama explained a case in which he himself created a provisional restoration and a surgical guide from a wax-up when he was a young dentist.

[#4 Diagnostic wax-up notes]
In order to create a diagnostic wax-up, there are many things to consider in order to restore occlusion, not simply esthetic requirements.
Continuing from the second half of #3, he explained in detail the points to keep in mind and actual cases in which wax-ups were used.

[#5 What led me to consider Maxillo Facial Analysis?]
Dr. Uchiyama explained the case that led him to consider Maxillo Facial Analysis, which is currently advocated and practiced by Dr. Uchiyama.
There were several points to be considered in determining the height of the occlusion, and one encounter led to a change in the order of priority.
In the latter half of the presentation, he explained a case in which Maxilla Facial Analysis was actually applied.

[#6 Maxillo Facial Analysis in Practice]
Continuing from the second half of #5, he explained the transition from placement of provisional restorations to final restorations using the Skip Method after determining each step.
In the latter half of the presentation, he explained the classification of prosthetic treatment based on Maxilla Facial Analysis and the cases that fall under each class.

[#7 Classification of Prosthetic Treatment by Maxillo Facial Analysis]
Continuing from #6, we have a commentary on the cases that fall under each Class of the classification of prosthetic treatment by Maxillo Facial Analysis.
In the first half of the presentation, the Class 2 cases are introduced to explain the differences in the points to be considered in each division.
In the second half, he introduced Class 3 cases that require significant improvement.

[#8 Cases requiring significant improvement]
Continuing from the second half of #7, we have received an explanation of Class 3 cases that require significant improvement.
Unlike Class 2, various diagnoses and decisions such as changes in facial appearance, occlusal height diameter, and occlusal plane are required.
The lecture explained the key points of each step, including the final prosthesis and post-operative course, with Dr. Uchiyama's discussion.

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Maxillofacial Analysis 3

Maxillofacial Analysis 3(All Videos)