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Jin Fang

Character introduction
Jin Fang is the deputy director, professor, chief physician and doctoral supervisor of Department of Orthodontics, School of Stomatology, The Fourth Military Medical University (FMMU). He is deputy chair of Shaanxi Orthodontic society and standing committee of Orthodontics, Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA). In addition, he is the member of World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO) and International Association For Dental Research (IADR). He holds a Ph.D. in 2004 and was visiting scholar at University of Michigan Dentistry School.
 
Abstract
Topic: Orthodontic strategies for high-angle cases
Abstract:  The vertical dimension control in high-angle patients has always been a difficult issue in orthodontic treatment, and it is also the focus of orthodontists’ concern. The traditional method for vertical control could hardly achieve satisfactory results because of its lack of anchorage. Orthognathic surgery has been considered as the most effective way to manage this kind of cases. However, with the high cost and invasive procedure, the combined surgical-orthodontic approach cannot be applied widely due to the limited patients’ acceptance. For the past few years, with the widespread application of mini-implant anchorage in orthodontic treatment, more and more orthodontists have paid attention to the implant-assisted vertical control for high-angle patients, and significant improvements have been achieved in clinical management. In recent years, our research group has carried out much clinical practice on vertical dimension control with implant-assisted anchorage. In the meanwhile, we has also conducted corresponding clinical research in order to provide further guidance for clinical treatment.
Character introduction
Jin Fang is the deputy director, professor, chief physician and doctoral supervisor of Department of Orthodontics, School of Stomatology, The Fourth Military Medical University (FMMU). He is deputy chair of Shaanxi Orthodontic society and standing committee of Orthodontics, Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA). In addition, he is the member of World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO) and International Association For Dental Research (IADR). He holds a Ph.D. in 2004 and was visiting scholar at University of Michigan Dentistry School.
 
Abstract
Topic: Orthodontic strategies for high-angle cases
Abstract:  The vertical dimension control in high-angle patients has always been a difficult issue in orthodontic treatment, and it is also the focus of orthodontists’ concern. The traditional method for vertical control could hardly achieve satisfactory results because of its lack of anchorage. Orthognathic surgery has been considered as the most effective way to manage this kind of cases. However, with the high cost and invasive procedure, the combined surgical-orthodontic approach cannot be applied widely due to the limited patients’ acceptance. For the past few years, with the widespread application of mini-implant anchorage in orthodontic treatment, more and more orthodontists have paid attention to the implant-assisted vertical control for high-angle patients, and significant improvements have been achieved in clinical management. In recent years, our research group has carried out much clinical practice on vertical dimension control with implant-assisted anchorage. In the meanwhile, we has also conducted corresponding clinical research in order to provide further guidance for clinical treatment.
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