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Class III camouflage treatment for a patient with maxillary deficiency: patient report

2014, Volumen 44, Número 3
Teresa Guarino Conde, Beatriz Gurrola Martínez, Adán Casasa Araujo
Residente de segundo año. Maestría en Ortodoncia y Ortopedia Maxilofacial. Centro de Estudios Superiores de Ortodoncia (CESO). México, D.F.
 

A 14-years and two-months-old female patient sought treatment for a dental alignment. The patient is hyperdivergent, skeletal Class III, Class III molar and canine bilateral, with anterior crossbite. Initially the plan was to perform a multidisciplinary surgical orthodontic treatment for skeletal Class III correction, but the patient refused, and then opted for a Class III camouflage treatment with extraction of maxillary second premolars and mandibular first premolars. Treatment duration was one year and nine months. Circumferential retainers were placed. Satisfactory results were obtained, and the occlusion and aesthetics of the patient improved.  (Rev Esp Ortod. 2014;44(3):158-164)

 
 
Key words:
Class III. Camouflage. Extractions. Maxillary deficiency.
 
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