Discussing the relationship between the orthodontist and the general practitioner

April 30, 2016
Kevin Henry

Kevin Henry is the group editorial director for Advanstar Dental Media and has more than 15 years of experience in the dental publications field. He can be reached by email at khenry@advanstar.com. Also, you can follow him on Twitter (@kgh23).

Dr. David Sarver gave a lecture titled, “Orthodontics - How it has changed and what you really want to know!”

During the recent American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry meeting in Toronto, I caught up with Dr. David Sarver after his lecture titled, “Orthodontics - How it has changed and what you really want to know!”

Dr. Sarver took time out of his busy schedule to give our viewers a synopsis of his talk, which includes thoughts on how the orthodontist and today’s general practitioner should be working together and how that relationship has changed over the years.

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During our talk, Dr. Sarver not only touches on that but also how too many dental professionals focus on the limitations instead of the possibilities that each patient brings into the practice with his or her oral health.

Click below to watch our exclusive interview…