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Early Lightwire Treatment of Bilateral Impacted Mandibular Cuspids

Volume 37 : Number 11 : Page 627 : Nov 2003

This article shows a patient with ectopic cuspids treated early with the lightwire technique and uncontrolled forces and finished with bidimensional edgewise appliances. Diagnosis and Treatment Plan A...

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Correction of Asymmetry with a Mandibular Propulsion Appliance

Volume 42 : Number 2 : Page 0 : Feb 2008

This article describes the correction of dental and skeletal asymmetry1-4 with the use of a unilateral fixed mandibular propulsion appliance. Diagnosis and Treatment Plan A 12-year-old female was refe...

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Focal Sclerosing Osteomyelitis and Orthodontic Treatment Planning

Volume 43 : Number 4 : Page 269 : Apr 2009

Orthodontic tooth movement is based on the response of the supporting periodontium and alveolar bone. Any abnormality in these underlying structures can affect tooth movement and therefore should be c...

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Management of a Transposed Maxillary Canine and Lateral Incisor

Volume 43 : Number 11 : Page 0 : Nov 2009

A 14-year-old female presented with the chief complaint of irregular upper front teeth and an unesthetic smile (Fig. 1). Diagnosis The patient had a pleasant facial profile with competent lips. Intrao...

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Closure of Central Incisor Spaces: A 16-Year Follow-Up

Volume 45 : Number 6 : Page 321 : Jun 2011

Permanent teeth, most often the maxillary central incisors, are lost in .5-16% of trauma cases.1 Incisor avulsion occurs most commonly among children age 7-9, when the permanent maxillary incisors hav...

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Autotransplantation of Premolars in a Patient with Multiple Congenitally Missing Teeth

Volume 45 : Number 7 : Page 398 : Jul 2011

Autotransplantation of teeth can significantly reduce treatment time in cases of aplasia, tooth loss, or ectopia, provided a suitable tooth is available and the anatomical conditions are favorable. As...

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Nonsurgical Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in a Cleft Lip and Palate Patient Using a Fan-Type Rapid Palatal Expander and Fixed Appliances

Volume 57 : Number 7 : Page 397 : Jul 2023

In cleft patients, a maxillary transverse deficiency is often more pronounced in the anterior region. A report of a skeletal Class III case shows how a banded fan-type palatal expander can promote differential expansion and avoid unwanted posterior side effects.

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Maximizing Facial Esthetics in a Brachyfacial Class II Deep-Bite Case

Volume 43 : Number 9 : Page 0 : Sep 2009

Combined surgical-orthodontic treatment of dentofacial deformities presents various challenges in both diagnosis and mechanotherapy.1 A skeletal Class II with deep bite is a prime example. In a patien...

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Correction of an Asymmetrical Class II Malocclusion Using Predictable Force Systems

Volume 41 : Number 4 : Page 0 : Apr 2007

Asymmetrical malocclusions can be caused by a number of skeletal, dental, and soft-tissue factors.1-3 If the etiology is mainly dental, the asymmetry may have developed from abnormal dental eruption, ...

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Two-Stage Treatment of a Skeletal Class III Patient with Severe Crowding

Volume 46 : Number 4 : Page 225 : Apr 2012

Skeletal Class III malocclusion involves maxillary retrusion, mandibular protrusion, or a combination of both.1-3 Maxillary deficiency is the most common etiology, accounting for 60-63% of Class III m...

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Rapid Tooth Movement with a Low-Force, Low-Friction Bracket System

Volume 41 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 2007

Orthodontic extraction cases usually take about 24 months to complete. This article describes a case involving four first premolar extractions that was completed in less than a year using a low-force,...

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Nonextraction Treatment of a Class II Open Bite in an Adult Patient

Volume 46 : Number 6 : Page 367 : Jun 2012

Open bite is one of the most difficult orthodontic problems to treat--especially in adult patients, who frequently require orthognathic surgery.1 Less invasive approaches, such as the use of skeletal ...

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Full-Arch Open Bite Resulting from Second-Molar Overeruption During Clear Aligner Treatment

Volume 58 : Number 1 : Page 59 : Jan 2024

A 12-year-old patient misunderstands her aligner instructions, leading to supraeruption of the second molars and development of a posterior open bite between appointments. The issue is solved by prescribing a new set of aligners with reinforced plastic on the second molars’ occlusal surfaces.

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Uprighting of a Deeply Impacted Mandibular Second Bicuspid During Root Development

Volume 34 : Number 2 : Page 99 : Feb 2000

Various methods have been proposed for the extrusion of impacted teeth,1-3 the most com­mon being orthodontic traction after surgical exposure. Few re­ports, however, have demon­strated treatment of i...

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Miniscrew Anchorage Used to Protract Lower Second Molars into First Molar Extraction Sites

Volume 10 : Number 10 : Page 575 : Oct 2003

When a first molar is lost, the usual treatment is to replace it with a prosthesis. If the third molar exists, orthodontic closure of the edentulous space by protracting the second and third molars ca...

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Simultaneous Phase I Expansion and Ectopic Molar Correction with a Hyrax-Halterman Appliance

Volume 51 : Number 5 : Page 295 : May 2017

Correction of ectopic molars is further complicated by transverse arch constriction.1,2 In such a case, a coil spring on a segmental archwire from the second deciduous molar to the first molar can be ...

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Nonsurgical Correction of a Severe Class III Open-Bite Patient with Long-Face Syndrome

Volume 56 : Number 9 : Page 517 : Sep 2022

The Class III Carriere Motion 3D appliance is applied in orthodontic camouflage treatment of a complex adult case. After myofunctional therapy, the upper arch is bonded for leveling while the lower posterior segments are distalized with Class III elastics attached to “shorty” Motion 3D devices.

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Customized Metal Coping for Elastic Traction of an Ectopic Maxillary Central Incisor

Volume 34 : Number 10 : Page 585 : Oct 2000

A number of factors have been cited as contributing toward delayed incisor eruption1,2: the presence of a supernu­merary in the midline, general­ized or localized crowding, di­laceration of the inciso...

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Delayed Eruption of a Maxillary Second Premolar Due to a Late Bud

Volume 41 : Number 10 : Page 597 : Oct 2007

Delayed eruption of permanent teeth has been attributed to local, systemic, and genetic factors,1-7 but only a few cases of delayed eruption due to late bud development have been reported. Silva Filho...

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Correction of Anterior Crossbite and an Unesthetic Smile Arc in an Adult Patient

Volume 45 : Number 1 : Page 31 : Jan 2011

Borderline and mild skeletal Class III relationships in adult patients are usually treated by orthodontic camouflage. Reasonably good results have been achieved with nonsurgical treatment of anterior ...

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