Examinees will study the Board Case records (dental casts, radiographs, photographs and medical / dental history) for this case and discuss the following four areas with examiners:
1. Diagnose the case with the Angle molar classification of the malocclusion and a problem list.
2. Formulate your treatment objectives for this patient.
3. Identify the preferred treatment plan to accomplish the objectives for this case. Be able to describe the appliances you would use, general mechanics to be employed and the timing aspects of the plan. You should be able to defend your rationale for this approach.
4. Be prepared to discuss one other possible treatment plan that you considered for this case and why it was eliminated.