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Autotransplantation of Inversely Impacted Central Incisors

Autologous transplantation offers several advantages for resolving an inversely impacted maxillary incisor at an early age. Dr. Balut and colleagues demonstrate a case in which orthodontic traction was started three weeks after surgery, using passive self-ligating brackets with light forces.

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DR. NASIB BALUT DDS, MS

DR. NASIB BALUT DDS, MS

DANIELA

DANIELA

DR. DIANA ESTÉVEZ JIMÉNEZ DDS

DR. DIANA ESTÉVEZ JIMÉNEZ DDS

DR. AMIN ADES DMD, MD

DR. AMIN ADES DMD, MD

DR. ENRIQUE GONZALEZ DDS

DR. ENRIQUE GONZALEZ DDS

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