Adequacy of molar distalization after second and third molar eruption- a case report

Authors

  • Sarath Babu Balina NTR University of health scinces
  • Durga Harsha G V NTR University of health scinces
  • Padmapriya C V NTR University of health scinces
  • Varma DPK NTR University of health scinces
  • Goutham C V NTR University of health scinces

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijdr.v6i2.9676

Published:

2018-07-08

Keywords:

Class II, Distalization, Mini Implants, Zygomatic Buttress, Third Molars

Abstract

Adult patients with class II malocclusion can be treated routinely by extraction therapy. In the recent decades there was increasing popularity towards non-extraction treatment. Distalization of maxillary molars is one of the prime treatment modality to correct mild to moderate class II malocclusion cases with esthetically acceptable profile. A 16 years old female patient reported with irregularly placed upper front teeth and was diagnosed as Angle’s Class II malocclusion with orthognathic maxilla and mandible, average growth pattern. Treatment was planned to distalize the entire maxillary arch using mini implants as skeletal anchorage. 4.0 mm of maxillary molars were distalized, class I molar and canine relation were achieved bilaterally within span of 10 months without altering the patient’s existing profile.

 

 

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