Servet Doğan

Servet Doğan

Prof. Dr. Servet DOĞAN graduated from Ege University, Faculty of Dentistry in 1980. She completed her Ph.D studies in the Orthodontic Department of the same Faculty in 1987. She received her Associate Professor degree in 1990 and Professor degree in 1995. She worked as a visiting researcher at Universitetet I Oslo Det Odontologiska Fakultet and Rikshospitalet National Hospital in 1994. Prof. Dr. DOĞAN, who carries out interdisciplinary scientific research activities with various national and international research groups, is a member of various national and international associations. She has contributed to a wide variety of national and international conferences and congresses. She was the president of Turkish Orthodontic Society in the years of 2006 to 2008. She was the founder of Turkish Cleft Lip and Palate Society which was established in 2013 and she continues to work as a co-chairman. She was head of the Orthodontic Department in 2014. Treatment of cleft lip and palate patients, skeletal class III maocclusions, orthognathic surgery patients are among her academic interest.Prof. Dr. Servet DOĞAN has been working as the head of the Department of Orthodontics at Ege University since 2017.


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Skeletal Class III Malocclusion: Early-Stage Treatment And Stability

Skeletal Class III is  one of the most difficult malocclusions to be treated by orthodontists, and is one of the most complex problems in orthodontics in terms of diagnosis and treatment.It is very important to make a detailed evaluation in treatment planning in order to obtain stable treatment results after growth. Treatment approaches in individuals with skeletal Class III malocclusion vary depending on the jaw from which the malocclusion originates and the growth-development period of the individual. Treatment planning, treatment timing and prognosis are important. The success of the treatment is measured by the stable results.

In this lecture, the conditions to be considered at the end of the treatment in children with Class III malocclusions will be presented and the factors affecting stability will be discussed on case samples.

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