lunes, 8 de junio de 2020

Pseudo class III treatment in 2-year-old children

Orthodontic

Timing of orthodontic treatment especially for children with developing Class III malocclusions has always been somewhat controversial. Pseudo class III malocclusion is recommended to be treated early as this type of malocclusion doesn’t diminish with age.

Untreated pseudo class III may lead to serious problems. The case report describes pseudo class III in primary dentition successfully treated by using Protrusive Arch Wire.



INTRODUCTION: Timing of orthodontic treatment, especially for children with developing class III malocclusions, has always been somewhat controversial.

The earlier the interceptive phase is initiated, the greater the orthopedic effects will be to the detriment of the unavoidable orthodontic and orthopedic effects.

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Source: Open Journal of Stomatology, 2014, 4, 10-13
Author: Maen Mahfouz

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