||This case presentation details the extraction of upper first premolars followed by the use of a single palatal miniscrew implant with indirect anchorage to maximally retract the upper anterior teeth, reduce upper dentoalveolar protrusion, and correct the class II canine relationship. Difficulties encountered and problem solving relative to the case are also discussed.
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||This video was released September 2010. It was reviewed in June 2013 and June 2016 to
ensure the content remained current. It will expire June 2019. At that
time, it will be re-released after review to ensure the content remains
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||Upon course completion, viewers should understand how to use a single miniscrew implant with indirect anchorage for maximum retraction of upper teeth; appreciate the treatment sequencing for miniscrew implant placement, premolar extraction, and en masse anterior retraction.
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||Mohammad R. Razavi, DDS, MSD
||Dr. Razavi received his dental training at Case Western Reserve University – DDS (‘02), Orthodontic Certificate (’05), and MSD (’05). Upon completion of his orthodontic training, he was invited to join the department as an Assistant Clinical Professor, where he founded and directed the Skeletal Anchorage Clinic, and integrated various TAD and MSI systems into the training program. He has served as a member of the craniofacial tram at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and as the Orthodontist for the Cleveland Browns. Dr. Razavi is a diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontists, a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists in Canada. He is an ad hoc reviewer for the American Journal of Orthodontics, and the Journal of Clinical Orthodontics. Dr. Razavi maintains a private practice in Ottawa, Canada.
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