Atypical extractions in adult patients for orthodontic treatment purpose

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Edition V16N02 | Year 2017 | Editorial Case Report | Pages 112 to 134

Liliana Ávila Maltagliati, Renata Ferraz Fornazari, Sílvia Augusta Braga Reis, Niomar Miyagi, Fabíola Carmagnani Schalch

Other extractions than of premolars to solve malocclusions with crowding are not usual in orthodontic therapy, but can be indicated in some specific cases, specially to treat adult patients that seek for shorter treatment time and practical solutions to lead with limitations related to age, periodontal health, extensive restorations, prostheses and implants, situations that is common to this group of patients. Atypical extraction indication involves traumatic teeth, absence of antagonistic or contralateral tooth, impacted teeth difficult to traction, strategies to simplify mechanics and reduce treatment time aiming at aesthetic objectives and to adjust tooth size discrepancies. With coherent and individualized treatment planning it is possible to achieve good functional and aesthetic results using mechanics focused on localized treatment.

Orthodontics, Adult, Extraction,

Maltagliati LA, Fornazari RF, Reis SAB, Miyagi N, Schalch FC. Extrações atípicas para tratamento ortodôntico de pacientes adultos. Rev Clín Ortod Dental Press. 2017 Abr-Maio;16(2):112-134. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14436/1676-6849.16.2.112-134.art

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