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Impacted and Transposed Teeth- Benefits vrs Risks of correction, Diagnosis and How to correct

Dr Andrew Chang of Smiles & Faces Orthodontics, Blacktown shares his presentation.

How you taken an OPG of your child or teenager patients and saw a developing impacted permanent tooth. What do you do? Have you thought if you should ask the patient to wait until all adult teeth are through, then refer to an orthodontist for orthodontic treatment then?

Dr Andrew Chang shares his insights and experience on this highly niched topic yet for general dentists can have profound implications on the patient outcome.

It would challenge the common thinking among some general dentists and many in the community that orthodontic treatment is best left till when all adult teeth have erupted.

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