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Implementing an invisible, bespoke solution

STEFFEN DECKER, specialist orthodontist at Harley Street Dental Group, describes a case where he uses the Incognito Appliance System from 3M Oral Care to tackle a tricky malocclusion

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Stefen Decker Graduating as an orthodontist from Freiburg’s University Clinic in Germany, Dr Stefen Decker has a particular interest in invisible treatments including Incognito lingual braces and Invisalign. He is one of Europe’s leading orthodontists in Incognito and is a clinical adviser for Incognito appliances in the western Europe region.

A 32-year-old patient presented with a skeletal open bite that affected her ability to masticate properly. Her anterior teeth could not close, so she was only able to chew with her posterior teeth. This was having a noticeably negative effect on her diet and digestion. The malocclusion also caused her to have a slight lisp when speaking. The patient’s medical history demonstrated no relevant abnormalities.

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