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Posted: Wednesday, April 1, 2009 6:18:07 AM

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Molar intrusion has been regarded as clinically impossible. Orthodontic implants made the impossible possible. However, this intrusive vector from forces using implants as anchorage has it's hazards. If implants were used for unilateral distalization of the posterior segment, intrusion occurs, therefore risking occlusal plane canting. Using Orthodontic implants for distalization is not always superior to conventional orthodontics!!!

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