Inter Disciplinary Series: Hypodontia

Inter Disciplinary Series: Hypodontia

Course Synopsis: Congenitally missing multiple teeth presents unique challenges to the orthodontist, patient and parent. While few cases are seen, when one is referred to you and your Inter disciplinary team becomes involved.

Teaching Points in this module

  1. Learn what to say to the parents when Hypodontia is first recognized
  2. Learn orthodontic strategies for placement of anterior teeth
  3. Enlist prosthodontics specialist to discuss placement and replacement of posterior teeth
  4. Explain to the family the time line of care from problem recognition, observation, treatment, and eventual prosthetic placement.

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Enrolling in this video presentation by Dr. Righellis is easy! Just purchase the course and we’ll contact you within 72 hours to discuss the specific course materials and timelines for completion and setting aside a personal 15 minute Q&A with Dr Righellis. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Righellis at or texting (510) 219-0416.

A leading orthodontist in the San Francisco Bay Area, he serves as an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco. He has lectured at Harvard, Boston University, University of North Carolina and the Arizona School of Dentistry Orthodontic Programs. Dr. Righellis is a reviewer for the American Journal of Orthodontics Dentofacial Orthopedics , written over 40 articles and papers on Treatment Efficiency and Treatment Excellence, and has lectured to over 450 groups nationally and internationally. He has authored a chapter on Treatment efficiency and Excellence in the textbook “Goal Directed Orthodontics”. He practices orthodontics in Oakland, California