issue1&startid=28The essence of treatment planning is to first define what issues and concerns need to be solved from both the patient’s and treating doctors’ perspectives, and then arrive at an agreed-upon plan of action – “the treatment plan”. While it is important to realize a certain amount of “treatment” is necessary to treat disease, it is just as important to accommodate the patient’s elective needs as closely as possible, especially when that involves aesthetic concerns. The following patient’s story is an excellent example of this process.  

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