Following the “spiral of analysis” requires continuous effort in many phases of our practice. When you have an individually tailored and patient-accepted treatment plan for the following day’s surgery, these continuous efforts are directed toward the checking activity. Again, the most important advice is not to stop analyzing and questioning.
Continuous Effort Orthognathic Surgery Postoperative Phase Postoperative Therapy Early Postoperative Phase
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