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Publication:
International Journal of Adult Orthodontics and Orthognathic Surgery

Year 1992
Volume 7 , Issue 2

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Pages: 103 - 114

An unexpected growth pattern: Considerations in management

Katz/Berman

A case study spanning 16 years is presented. Routine treatment with serial extraction and an edgewise appliance for a Class I corwded occlusion began when the patient was 8 years old. By the time the patient was 17, his dentition had evolved, because of unanticipated growth, into a Class III malocclusion with complete-arch crossbite. The question of whether it is most appropriate to treat this patient in one or two surgical procedures is discussed, and some controversial aspects and concerns are presented.

 

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