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A Mini-Maxillary Protractor for Class III Correction

VOLUME 39 : NUMBER 09 : PAGES (522-525) 2005

ZAHIR ALTUG, DDS, PHD

AYSEGUL DALKIRAN ARSLAN, DDS

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Class III malocclusions may involve a variety of skeletal and dental components, including a large or protrusive mandible, a deficient or retrusive maxilla, a protrusive mandibular dentition, and a retrusive maxillary dentition. In the case of a skeletal Class III patient with a retrusive maxilla, a reverse headgear can reliably produce forward movement of the maxilla and posterior rotation of the mandible.

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