New video reviews treatment of TM joint disorder

July 1, 1996
Dr. Jeffrey Ahlin offers a new video for treatment of the TM joint: Bonded Splints For Treatment of TM Joint Disorder and Class II Malocclusion. The 35-minute educational video demonstrates substantial savings in laboratory expenses. It reviews remoldable "Lite-Splint" for ease of use as a diagnostic appliance and clinical use of a bonded lingual wire technique to avoid removable retainers. The author has warranted substantial savings the first year for those clinicians currently using alternati

Dr. Jeffrey Ahlin offers a new video for treatment of the TM joint: Bonded Splints For Treatment of TM Joint Disorder and Class II Malocclusion. The 35-minute educational video demonstrates substantial savings in laboratory expenses. It reviews remoldable "Lite-Splint" for ease of use as a diagnostic appliance and clinical use of a bonded lingual wire technique to avoid removable retainers. The author has warranted substantial savings the first year for those clinicians currently using alternative laboratory techniques.

For additional information, call 800-845-5131 or circle the number below on the reader service card.

DR. JEFFREY AHLIN

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