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Esthetic Class II Treatment with the Beneslider and Aligners

VOLUME 46 : NUMBER 07 : PAGES (390-398) 2012

BENEDICT WILMES, DMD, MSD, PHD

MANUEL NIENKEMPER, DMD, MSD

BJORN LUDWIG, DMD, MSD

CHUNG HOW KAU, BDS, MSD, MBA, PHD, MOrth, FDS, FFD, FAMS

ALEXANDER PAULS, DDS

DIETER DRESCHER, DMD, PHD

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Maxillary molar distalization is a common treatment method for dental Class II patients with excessive overjet, anterior crowding, or both. Given the unpopularity of headgear among patients, clinicians increasingly prefer intraoral appliances with minimal need for patient cooperation. Unfortunately, most of the conventional non-compliance devices produce unwanted side effects. Anchorage loss of 24-55% can result in mesial migrati...

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