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Treatment of Class II, Division 2 Malocclusion with Miniscrew Supported En-Masse Retraction: Is Deepbite Really an Obstacle for Extraction Treatment?
A 17-year-old female patient, whose chief complaint was her unpleasing smile, had skeletal and dental class II malocclusion, hypodivergent facial type with a severely increased overbite. Among the treatment options, ...
Biomechanical evaluation between orthodontic attachment and three different materials after various surface treatments: A three-dimensional optical profilometry analysis
Objectives: To determine the best bonding method of orthodontic attachment among monolithic zirconia, feldspathic porcelain, hybrid porcelain, and the impact of surface-conditioning methods using a three-dimensional optical ...
Modified Haas Expander for the Treatment of Anterior Openbite and Posterior Crossbite Associated with Thumb Sucking-A Case Report: 3-Years Follow-Up
Thumb sucking is an abnormal habit that occurs in childhood and can cause several malocclusions if it persists for a long time. Malocclusions caused by oral habits require proper treatment timing to maintain a normal growth ...