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June 2017

The Editor's Corner

The Challenge of Bimaxillary Protrusion

The condition of bimaxillary protrusion—characterized by proclined and protrusive upper and lower incisors and a tendency toward a hyperdivergent facial pattern—was recognized early in the profession of orthodontics as a highly undesirable outcome of nonextraction therapy. In fact, the successful treatment of bimaxillary protrusion and the resulting improvements in facial esthetics are probably what sealed Charles Tweed’s legendary status in our specialty. All of us have heard the many arguments made by both sides in the seemingly endless debate on extraction vs. nonextraction...

On the cover: This month’s cover demonstrates effects of the maxillary posterior intrusion appliance described by Drs.Al-Falahi, Hafez, and Fouda.

June Issue Highlights

Intrusion of Maxillary Posterior Teeth to Correct a Severe Anterior Open Bite
Al-Falahi, Hafez, Fouda

Hybrid Hyrax Distalizer and Mentoplate for Rapid Palatal Expansion, Class III Treatment, and Upper Molar Distalization
Clarenbach, Wilmes, Ihssen, Vasudavan, Drescher

Forsus Appliance for Treatment of Class II, Division 2 Malocclusion in Adults
Patil, Kerudi, Patil, Sharan, Tekale

PEARLS A Simple Glue-Tray Guide for Precise Miniscrew Insertion
Singh, Sharma, Sandhu, Ranaut

Complete June table of contents

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