Ortho C.E. Magazine – 1/2013 – Concepts, goals and techniques for successful orthognathic surgery cases

Theodore D. Freeland DDS, MS

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Educational Objectives: 

  1. An overview of the knowledge needed for success
  2. An introduction into What, When and How to perform successful cases
  3. An overview of Joint Health
  4. A summary of the Soft Tissue Analysis
  5. An outline of the Surgical Treatment Objective
  6. An overview of diagnostic and surgical setups

Release date: 26 April 2013
Expiration date: 26 April 2016


Theodore D. Freeland DDS, MS

Theodore D. Freeland DDS, MS, is a board-certified orthodontist in Gaylord Michigan. After graduating from Albion College in 1967, he attended the University of Detroit Mercy earning a dental degree in 1971 and his master’s of science in orthodontics in 1978. Freeland has completed Dr. Gene Williamson’s course in occlusion and TMJ and the Roth/Williams course in advanced orthodontics. Freeland has served as an adjunct professor in orthodontics at the University of Detroit Mercy, and held appointments at the University of Detroit, in fixed prosthetics and orthodontics; the Roth/Williams Center as a clinical instructor; and the Advanced Education in Orthodontics Group as director and instructor. Freeland is an accomplished author who lectures nationally and internationally.

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