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CASE REPORT

Volume 3 : Number 5 : Page 247 : May 1969

The following case report is presented because of its unusual severity, the extensive tooth movements involved in treatment, and the difficulty of retention. In addition, the changing shape of the man...

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CASE REPORT

A Late-Developing Supernumerary Premolar

Volume 38 : Number 6 : Page 331 : Jun 2004

Supernumerary teeth can interfere with occlusal development and orthodontic mechanics such as space closure.1-4 If supernumeraries are not identified early enough, complications can lead to resorption...

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CASE REPORT

Transplantation after Failure of Eruption

Volume 22 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 1988

Failure of eruption can be a difficult clinical problem. It has been described by a number of terms, including infra-occlusion and submergence, and can also be linked to ankylosis, a union between bon...

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CASE REPORT

Esthetic Extrusion of a Nonrestorable Tooth

Volume 24 : Number 5 : Page 0 : May 1990

The most common treatment for a compromised tooth, when there is inadequate supragingival tooth structure for placement of a final restoration, involves periodontal surgery and osseous recontouring to...

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CASE REPORT

Hypnosis in Orthodontic Treatment

Volume 14 : Number 9 : Page 628 : Sep 1980

While the use of hypnosis in dental treatment has a long established and well-documented history, there is little or no mention of its application in orthodontics. This is probably due to the fact tha...

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Treatment of a Dilacerated Incisor

Volume 22 : Number 6 : Page 0 : Jun 1988

Dilaceration is a deformity that results from a disturbance in the relationship between uncalcified and already calcified portions of a developing tooth.1 Trauma has been suggested as an etiological f...

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CASE REPORT

Distalization of Molars with Repelling Magnets

Volume 22 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 1988

Class II malocclusions, which are the most numerous among orthodontic cases,1 can be resolved by several procedures. One involves the distal movement of the maxillary molars to establish Class I molar...

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CASE REPORT

Hypothyroidism in Orthodontic Practice

Volume 17 : Number 11 : Page 771 : Nov 1983

Thyroid, growth, and sex hormones are needed for the development of teeth and bones. The action of these hormones plays an important role in the growth process of the craniofacial complex. Hormone def...

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CASE REPORT

Interdisciplinary Management of Aggressive Periodontitis

Volume 49 : Number 9 : Page 597 : Sep 2015

Aggressive periodontitis involves rapid periodontal destruction in otherwise healthy individuals - generally younger patients, though older individuals may also be affected. If it is not diagnosed early and treated appropriately, generalized aggressive periodontitis can lead to early tooth loss. The clinical appearance and pattern of destruction may vary; the most common complaints are recently noticed flaring, progressive spacing, and mobility of the anterior teeth. Such an occurrence not only affects the patient's function and esthetics, but can also be detrimental to self-esteem.

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CASE REPORT

Asymmetrical First Molar Extractions

Volume 53 : Number 2 : Page 107 : Feb 2019

Asymmetrical extractions can be a viable option in extraction cases with asymmetrical structural impairment of the first permanent molars. In this 22-year-old patient, the left first molars were extracted along with the right first premolars.

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CASE REPORT

Asymmetrical Extractions in an Asymmetrical Face

Volume 54 : Number 3 : Page 177 : Mar 2020

In this patient with a Class II subdivision malocclusion and facial asymmetry, three premolar extractions are employed to correct the deviated midline without surgical intervention by maintaining the molars in their initial positions on the Class II side.

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CASE REPORT

Accidental Ingestion of a Rapid Palatal Expander

Volume 37 : Number 4 : Page 201 : Apr 2003

Many kinds of iatrogenic damage during orthodontic treatment have been reported.1-13 Among the most common is the accidental ingestion of retainers, sectional wires, partial dentures, rubber dam hooks...

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CASE REPORT

Alternative Treatment Plan for a Multidisciplinary Transfer Case

Volume 55 : Number 5 : Page 283 : May 2021

A previous orthodontist had recommended premolar extractions to correct this mild skeletal Class III. Drs. Karpov and Kuncio instead use a miniscrew-anchored rapid palatal expander and a corticotomy, followed by custom archwires, to achieve the needed skeletal and dental changes.

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Mandibular Molar Intrusion with Miniscrew Anchorage

Volume 40 : Number 2 : Page 107 : Feb 2006

Adult patients commonly present with one or more molars that have extruded into edentulous areas of the opposing arches. Adequate prosthodontic restorations may be difficult to place without first int...

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Early Treatment of Anterior Crossbite with an Essix-Based Appliance

Volume 38 : Number 3 : Page 161 : Mar 2004

The Essix appliance* is an esthetic removable device thermoformed from plastic copolyester material and retained without clasps by the natural undercuts of the contact points. Two sheets of plastic ma...

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Correction of Open Bite with Elastics and Rectangular NiTi Wires

Volume 25 : Number 11 : Page 0 : Nov 1991

Various types of elastics-- Class II, Class m, box, triangular, zig-zag, criss-cross, diagonal, and others--provide the clinician with the ability to correct both anteroposterior and vertical discrepa...

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CASE REPORT

Tartar-Control Toothpaste and Perioral Dermatitis

Volume 26 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 1992

Several authors have discussed the possibility that certain toothpastes can cause perioral dermatitis. Some have implicated fluoride toothpastes,1 while others suggest that toothpaste flavoring and pr...

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CASE REPORT

Nonsurgical Treatment of Severe Mandibular Prognathism

Volume 33 : Number 5 : Page 293 : May 1999

The following case report shows a nonsurgical approach to treatment of a preadolescent boy with severe mandibular prognathism, both maxillary canines missing, and a supernumerary tooth in the maxillar...

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CASE REPORT

Use of SPEED Supercable with Sectional Mechanics

Volume 32 : Number 4 : Page 227 : Apr 1998

A maxillary permanent central incisor can fail to erupt because of a midline supernumerary or a retained deciduous incisor. When spontaneous eruption of the permanent incisor does not occur after remo...

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CASE REPORT

Lower First Molar Mesiobuccal Root Resorption

Volume 24 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 1990

If an impacted tooth causes resorption of the adjacent root, normal eruption may not take place and the crown-root development pattern can be upset.1-12 Impacted upper cuspids6-9 and lower second bicu...

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