Traitement précoce des malocclusions de classe III : les convictions

AMAT, Philippe; DELAIRE, Jean
March 2013
Orthodontie Française;2013, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p53
Academic Journal
After a first article [5] written to present the published evidence based facts concerning early treatment of class III malocclusions, the authors present, in this second article, their reasons why they think our routine early treatment of these dysmorphia is useful. When orthodontists clearly present all the elements involved in this therapeutic choice to patients and their parents, they usually decide on early treatment. A clear time frame and simple therapeutic procedures that young patients accept easily, makes it possible to achieve significantly good results. This approach requires the cooperation of the children and their parents and beyond the orthodontic sphere, of pediatricians and otolaryngologists. They will use three clinical cases to illustrate the therapeutic concepts that support their opinions.


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