Surgically Facilitated Orthodontic Therapy (SFOT). An interdisciplinary approach

George A. Mandelaris, DDS, MS

April 26, 2016 Course
Expires: Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Web Only


Patients that want more ideal facial esthetics and function, may choose to have the interdisciplinary team utilize SFOT to alter the dentoalveolar bone and optimally position the roots of the teeth for the patients’ face. Surgical, orthodontic and restorative perspectives will be presented to challenge the team to move beyond traditional interdisciplinary therapies into a new frontier for enhanced outcomes.

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COST: $0
PROVIDER: Dental Learning Systems, LLC
SOURCE: CDEWorld | April 2016
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Geistlich Biomaterials

Learning Objectives:

  • To appreciate dentoalveolar bone phenotypes and to limit associated risks using SFOT
  • To review diagnostic findings and imaging modalities critical to treatment planning of the interdisciplinary patient
  • To present the biology, risks/benefits and execution of SFOT in advanced interdisciplinary cases from a surgical, orthodontic, and restorative perspective
  • To discuss SFOT to optimize the position of teeth for facial esthetics and function in the skeletally mature patient with “grey zone” malocclusions


Dr. Mandelaris has received an honorarium from Dental Learning Systems, LLC, for his preparation and presentation of this program.

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