Professor Joseph BOUSERHAL
Earned a Doctor in Dental Surgery Degree from Saint-Joseph University, a Master Degree in Orthodontics from the University of Louvain, a PhD from the University of Liège, a Continuing Education Diploma in Orthodontics from the University of Southern-California, a Diploma of Specialist in Lingual Orthodontics from the University of Paris VII, a Diploma in 3D Imaging and a Diploma in Dental Clinical Research from the University of Toulouse.
Professor in the Department of Orthodontics at Saint-Joseph University, Visiting Professor at Beirut Arab University and Adjunct Clinical Professor at Boston University.
Member of the Executive Committee of the World Federation of Orthodontists, the Angle Society of Orthodontists, East Component and the Tweed Foundation for orthodontic Research and Education.
WHAT ABOUT CLASS II’s: SOME THOUGHTS…
Class II mlocclusion is considered one of the most common problems to solve in orthodontics. Differential diagnosis constitutes a main pilar in adressing such deformations in order to be able to apply individualized therapeutic procedures.
Based on the above, each Class II has to be corrected differently and no cook book to follow exists. A thinking classifying dento-alveolar, skeletal and soft tissue components as well as identifying maxillary from mandibular etiology has to be developed and applied.
This presentation will expose an Individualized Orthodontic Philosophy applied to Class II cases through differential diagnosis and individuallized treatment planning.