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Treatment of Class I malocclusion by single mandibular incisor extraction in patient with class III skeletal base – A case report


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Author Details : Samita, Rupesh, Mohammad Tariq

Volume : 2, Issue : 4, Year : 2016

Article Page : 197-201


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Abstract

Over the long time, increasing numbers of patients have become aware of orthodontic treatment and are demanding high-quality treatment, in the shortest possible time with increased efficiency and reduced costs. Orthodontic treatment aims at normal functional occlusion balance with the supporting structures and environmental musculature. Class I malocclusions can be treated by several means, according to the characteristics associated with the problem, such as tooth material-arch length discrepancy, patient’s profile, and dentition as a whole in relation to the cranial base determines teeth to be extracted as well as patient compliance.(1) Correction of Class I malocclusions in non-growing patients usually involves selective removal of permanent teeth, with subsequent dental camouflage.

Keywords:
Class I malocclusion, Single mandibular incisor extraction, Class III skeletal base

How to cite : Samita, Rupesh, Tariq M, Treatment of Class I malocclusion by single mandibular incisor extraction in patient with class III skeletal base – A case report. IP Indian J Orthod Dentofacial Res 2016;2(4):197-201

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