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Scissor-Bite Correction Using Miniscrew Anchorage

Volume 46 : Number 9 : Page 573 : Sep 2012

Scissor bite is observed most frequently between the second molars. Several treatment methods have been proposed, including intermaxillary crosselastics, multibracketed appliances, transpalatal arches...

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Nonsurgical Treatment of a Mature Adult Class III Patient

Volume 48 : Number 11 : Page 697 : Nov 2014

Adult orthodontic treatment involves challenging biomechanical considerations, due both to the lack of skeletal growth potential and to age-related changes in biological response. An older patient oft...

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Retreatment of a Class II Patient with Short-Root Anomaly

Volume 49 : Number 10 : Page 0 : Oct 2015

Short-root anomaly is an idiopathic condition that can occasionally be associated with an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance. It affects about 1.3% of the population and is more prevalent in women. Caused by incomplete root development rather than resorptive processes, it is usually confined to the upper incisors or premolars, but may sometimes affect the entire dentition, when it is known as generalized short-root anomaly. Short-root anomalies may be associated with systemic conditions such as dysplasia type 1, scleroderma, thalassemia, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, Aarskog syndrome, Down syndrome, or Rothmund-Thomson syndrome.

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Orthodontic Correction of Impacted and Transposed Upper Canines

Volume 50 : Number 2 : Page 0 : Feb 2016

The canines have the highest reported incidence of dental transposition - most commonly with the first premolar, followed by the lateral incisor. Several authors have described cases in which canine transpositions were resolved or the teeth were aligned in their transposed positions. To our knowledge, however, no one has reported treating a patient in whom bilaterally impacted upper canines were transposed with the lateral incisors and were also associated with severe root resorption of adjacent teeth. Canine transposition is one of the most common causes of tooth resorption. Typically, an upper lateral-incisor root is affected by ectopic eruption of the adjacent canine, although central incisors can also be involved. The apical and middle thirds of the incisor roots are most likely to be resorbed.

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Autogenous Transplantation of a Third Molar Using a Two-Stage Technique

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...

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Combined Orthodontic and Restorative Treatment of Avulsed Maxillary Central Incisors

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...

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Orthodontic Space Closure for Management of Congenitally Missing Upper Lateral Incisors

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...

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Nonsurgical Treatment of a Surgically Prepared Skeletal Class III Patient Using Skeletal Anchorage

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.

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Orthodontic Camouflage Treatment of an Adult Skeletal Class III Malocclusion

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...

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Forced Eruption of Multiple Impacted Teeth in an Adolescent Patient

Volume 54 : Number 8 : Page 451 : Aug 2020

A 12-year-old patient with five impacted upper anterior teeth is successfully treated with surgical exposure and orthodontic forced eruption. After space preparation and extraction of four first premolars, the impacted teeth are brought into the arch, and an impacted upper second premolar is erupted in the same way.

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Surgical-Orthodontic Management of a Child with Autism

Volume 39 : Number 2 : Page 103 : Feb 2005

Autism was first described and named by Kanner in 1944.1 An organic disorder characterized by abnormalities in the brain, especially the limbic system and cerebellum, it is manifested in an impaired c...

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Facilitation of Midline Correction with a Premolar Extraction Sequence

Volume 35 : Number 1 : Page 13 : Jan 2001

The following case demon­strates how a well-planned sequence of extractions can fa­cilitate the treatment of midline discrepancies without adverse side effects.1-4 Diagnosis A 16-year-old male pre­sen...

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Functional Treatment of Mild Skeletal Asymmetry

Volume 38 : Number 11 : Page 607 : Nov 2004

Treatment options for a skeletal asymmetry depend on the seriousness of the problem, the age of the patient, and other individual esthetic and functional concerns. Surgical therapy is usually delayed ...

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Orthodontic Treatment of a Child with Hereditary Spherocytosis

Volume 39 : Number 1 : Page 39 : Jan 2005

Hereditary spherocytosis (HS)is a common anemia with a heterogeneous mode of inheritance.1,2 In northern Europeans, the prevalence of HS has been estimated at 1 in 5,000 births,3 but this figure may b...

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Treatment of an Isolated Vertical Infrabony Defect with Orthodontic Intrusion

Volume 43 : Number 7 : Page 0 : Jul 2009

Orthodontic treatment of patients with advanced periodontal disease requires a multidisciplinary approach. Orthodontic forces acting on teeth in the presence of ongoing periodontal inflammation can pr...

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A Simple Method for Aligning Retroclined or Ectopic Teeth

Volume 44 : Number 3 : Page 171 : Mar 2010

Tying severely retroclined lateral incisors or ectopic teeth into the main archwire can be both difficult and problematic.1 First, the forces used to create space in the arch can oppose those needed t...

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Early Management of an Edge-to-Edge Incisor Occlusion

Volume 57 : Number 6 : Page 20230601 : Jun 2023

Interception of an edge-to-edge incisor relationship in the mixed dentition can prevent the development of many dental and skeletal abnormalities. This young patient benefited from a short course of orthodontic treatment that avoided the need for surgery while preserving the permanent dentition.

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Interdisciplinary Treatment of a Patient with Amelogenesis Imperfecta

Volume 44 : Number 9 : Page 553 : Sep 2010

Amelogenesis imperfecta (AI) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous group of hereditary disorders primarily affecting enamel formation by ameloblasts. Different manifestations of AI--hypoplasti...

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Nonsurgical Treatment of an Adult with Severe Anterior Open Bite

Volume 45 : Number 6 : Page 341 : Jun 2011

Open bites associated with digit-sucking habits and tongue thrust are mainly dental in nature and can usually be managed with Habit interception and orthodontic treatment. If such habits continue into...

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External Inflammatory Root Resorption Associated with a Traumatic Occlusion

Volume 49 : Number 3 : Page 195 : Mar 2015

External inflammatory root resorption (EIRR) is characterized by resorption gaps in the cementum and dentin, as detected by histologic techniques.1-4 Usually associated with infection, trauma, or syst...

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