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Volume 45 : Number 5 : Page 275 : May 2011
Early intervention in a Class III case with some combination of a protraction face mask, Frankel and fixed appliances, and a chin cup generally has a good prognosis,1,2 as long as the patient is follo...
Volume 41 : Number 7 : Page 0 : Jul 2007
Canines are most frequently transposed with first premolars, and less often with lateral incisors.1-9 Such transposition, which usually occurs in the maxillary arch,2,4,7 is most commonly unilateral,5...
Volume 47 : Number 11 : Page 681 : Nov 2013
Although lingual appliances were not originally considered suitable for surgical-orthodontic cases,1,2 recent reports have demonstrated successful results.3-5 When only two-dimensional movements of th...
Volume 54 : Number 7 : Page 419 : Jul 2020
A 10-year-old patient with a missing lower permanent canine, retained deciduous canine, and peg-shaped upper lateral incisor is treated with rapid maxillary expansion and skeletally anchored orthodontic space closure, thus avoiding the need for future implant rehabilitation.
Volume 28 : Number 2 : Page 0 : Feb 1994
Large dentigerous cysts in the mixed dentition are generally associated with jaw deformity and dislocation of one or more germs of permanent teeth.1 Surgical treatment of cysts usually consists of com...
Volume 39 : Number 3 : Page 143 : Mar 2005
The incidence of impacted second molars has been estimated at as many as three in 1,000 cases. Because the second molars tend to erupt at a mesial angle, mesially rotated impactions are fairly common ...
Volume 46 : Number 5 : Page 293 : May 2012
Unilateral molar distalization has been addressed by numerous treatment strategies, including intermaxillary elastics, asymmetrical headgear, unilateral premolar extraction, and intraoral distalizatio...
Volume 48 : Number 2 : Page 107 : Feb 2014
Autogenous dental transplantation involves there implantation of an extracted tooth in another alveolus of the same patient.1-3 Often used to replace missing teeth in young patients, autotransplantati...
Volume 49 : Number 2 : Page 107 : Feb 2015
Traumatic dental injury is a common occurrence worldwide, particularly in schoolchildren, with a negative impact on quality of life.1-4 Avulsion of permanent teeth, which accounts for .5-3% of all tra...
Volume 51 : Number 4 : Page 223 : Apr 2017
Congenital agenesis of permanent upper lateral incisors, a common problem in clinical orthodontics, requires an interdisciplinary approach. The primary objective is to provide optimal esthetics and fu...
Volume 55 : Number 9 : Page 20210901 : Sep 2021
The introduction of skeletal anchorage has made orthodontic camouflage a more viable option in mild to moderate skeletal Class III cases. Here, a nonextraction camouflage plan is adopted after the patient refuses orthognathic surgery during presurgical leveling and alignment.
Volume 44 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 2010
Surgical treatment is the preferred and most stable treatment for adult patients with severe skeletal Class III malocclusion.1 Patients with borderline dentoalveolar compensation who are not willing t...
Volume 19 : Number 11 : Page 815 : Nov 1985
Case ReportAn 11-year-old boy presented with a Class I occlusion with unerupted maxillary permanent central incisors. He had poor oral hygiene, severe gingivitis, and tongue thrust and infantile swall...
Volume 23 : Number 12 : Page 0 : Dec 1989
Patients with severe crowding of the maxillary arch, blocked-out cuspids, a Class II molar relationship, and a complete mandibular arch can be treated in a number of ways: 1. Extraction of maxillary f...
Volume 25 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 1991
This article describes an adult patient with a bilateral Class II malocclusion and an anterior open bite who was treated without extractions, using a Jasper Jumper appliance (Fig. 1) to distalize and ...
Volume 35 : Number 6 : Page 375 : Jun 2001
Labial impaction occurs in 1%-2% of orthodontic patients,1 with the maxillary canine impacted most frequently.2 Although impaction of maxillary incisors is seen less often, the incisors are more s...
Volume 35 : Number 8 : Page 491 : Aug 2001
A dentigerous cyst can complicate the already difficult challenge of bringing an impacted tooth into the arch. The two principal methods of treating a dentigerous cyst are surgical excision and mar...
Volume 34 : Number 11 : Page 667 : Nov 2000
Patients with labiopalatal clefts have a number of soft-tissue, developmental, and dental problems that must be addressed before orthodontic treatment can be successful. Soft-tissue sequelae affect ma...
Volume 48 : Number 5 : Page 303 : May 2014
Non-syndromic congenital absence of the canines in the permanent dentition is rare, with a reported incidence of .01-2.1%. Although studies have reported more of a preponderance in the maxillary arch ...
Volume 31 : Number 10 : Page 0 : Oct 1997
The clinician's options for correcting a crossbite decrease as anchor units decrease. The following case illustrates an effective way to treat a crossbite with only a limited dentition available for a...
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