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Upper-Molar Intrusion Using Anterior Palatal Anchorage and the Mousetrap Appliance

VOLUME 47 : NUMBER 05 : PAGES (314-320) 2013

BENEDICT WILMES, DDS, MSC, PHD

MANUEL NIENKEMPER, DDS, MSC

BJÖRN LUDWIG, DMD, MSD

RAVINDRA NANDA, BDS, MDS, PHD

DIETER DRESCHER, DDS, MSC, PHD

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Overerupted upper molars due to missing lower antagonists are a common orthodontic problem, especially in adult patients. To facilitate prosthodontic restoration in the mandible, the overerupted molars have to be intruded, which tends to cause the adjacent teeth to extrude when conventional appliances are used. In recent years, temporary anchorage devices (TADs) have allowed orthodontists to overcome these drawbacks while avoiding unesthetic full-appliance therapy. To avoid tipp...

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