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Non-Surgical Uprighting of Exposed, Mesially Impacted Lower Molars

VOLUME 46 : NUMBER 08 : PAGES (480-485) 2012

RICHARD M. BACH, DDS

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In a previous article, I presented a procedure for non-surgical uprighting of a mesially angulated lower second or third molar with little or no exposed tooth surface. The technique shown here allows complete uprighting of a fully or partially mesially impacted lower second or third molar with no surgical assistance of any kind. Only a small amount of tooth exposure is necessary; more important, the method avoids extraction of the impacted molar and, in the case of a ...

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