Mecânica de Classe III com cursor inferior e ancoragem esquelética superior

de Almeida Ribeiro, Alexandre
February 2010
Revista Clínica de Ortodontia Dental Press;fev/mar2010, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p51
Academic Journal
Case Study
In the camouflage treatment of Class Ill discrepancy, the distalization of mandibular molars can be necessary even after the correction of the incisors relationship. This case report illustrates a maxillary bone anchorage associated to class Ill elastics mechanics and sliding jig for the correct establishment of molar relationship by lower teeth's distalization.


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