Class II subdivision malocclusion treatment using lingual orthodontics and mandibular protractor: Case report

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Edition V17N01 | Year 2018 | Editorial Case Report | Pages 63 to 77

Graziane Olímpio Pereira, Wilana Moura, Carlos Henrique Guimarães Júnior, Silvana Allegrini Kairalla, José Fernando Castanha Henriques

Objective: To present the compensatory treatment of a Pattern I female patient with Class II subdivision malocclusion on the left side, mild facial asymmetry and without compromised facial aesthetics, by using the lingual technique. Case report: The treatment was performed by associating the lingual technique, a mandibular protraction appliance (Forsus, 3M Unitek) and partial vestibular appliances of monocrystalline porcelain in the lower left side, to perform the compensatory treatment. Results: it was possible to achieve a stable occlusion with protrusion and right and left laterality, reduced maxillary protrusion and midline correction. Conclusion: the lingual technique has been sought for a large proportion of adult patients and can effectively be used alone or in combination with partial vestibular appliance for treating malocclusions, with comparable results to the labial technique.

Malocclusion, Angle Class II, Aesthetics, dental, Orthodontics, corrective,

Pereira GO, Moura W, Guimarães Júnior CH, Kairalla SA, Henriques JFC. Tratamento da má oclusão de Classe II subdivisão com Ortodontia Lingual e propulsor mandibular: relato de caso. Rev Clín Ortod Dental Press. 2018 Fev-Mar;17(1):63-77. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14436/1676-6849.17.1.063-077.art

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