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Mandibular incisor extraction

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Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics / Fortschritte der Kieferorthopädie (Impact Factor: 0.69). 01/1999; 60(6):435-443. DOI: 10.1007/BF01388196

ABSTRACT Cranio-mandibular dysfunction therapy of a moderate Angle Class III malocclusion with retroclined incisors with anterior crossbite and pronounced crowding was based not on extraction of the first premolars but on protrusion of the incisors and the extraction of one lower incisor.Im Rahmen einer kraniomandibulren Dysfunktionstherapie wurde eine moderate Angle-Klasse III mit Steilstand der Frontzhne und frontalem Kreuzbi sowie groem Platzmangel nicht durch Extraktion der ersten Prmolaren, sondern durch Protrusion der Schneidezhne und Extraktion eines unteren Schneidezahnes behandelt.

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