The predetermination of the eventual outcome of orthodontic treatment should be a part of each orthodontist's armamentarium. The Visual Treatment Objective permits the development of alternative treatment plans. After setting up the teeth ideally within the anticipated or "grown" facial pattern, the orthodontist must decide how far he must go with mechanics and orthopedics to achieve his goals, whether it is possible to achieve them, and what the alternatives are. Once treatment has begun, there is a continuing need for a visual goal against which treatment progress can be measured and monitored. This book has a complete update on the various methods of VTO. It in a glance gives the reader information on the specific aspects of growth prediction and treatment outcome.It has in detail the methodology of most of the type of VTO procedures which are required for day to day diagnosis of an orthodontic patient..This book is written by one the Fellow of the World Federation of Orthodontists who has kept in mind minute details and is a must for every conscious orthodontist who is diagnosis oriented in his Treatment Planning.