Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Summer 2012 - (Page 24)

Case Report Pre-TreaTmenT PROFILE RELAXED RELAXED SMILING How would you treat this malocclusion? Case M. W. 11 years, 3 months A n eleven-year-old Caucasian/African-American female presents with a chief complaint of minor crowding and retained deciduous second molars. intRaORal findingS extRaORal findingS Facial analysis shows a full profile, with full lips and mild lip incompetence. The patient has good facial balance and proportions. The patient’s molar relationship is Class I with minor mandibular incisor crowding. The upper cuspids are in lingual crossbite. There is a mild curve of Spee in the lower arch, and the lower incisors are canted to the left, accounting for the slight midline deviation. The maxillary and mandibular incisors are slightly protrusive. The mandibular second deciduous molars are retained. The second molars are erupting, though partially covered with soft tissue. There is minimal overjet in the buccal segments, and the maxilla appears narrow. INITIAL RIGHT BUCCAL RIGHT BUCCAL INITIAL FRONTAL FRONTAL INTRAORAL INITIAL LEFT BUCCAL LEFT BUCCAL MAXILLARY OCCLUSAL MANDIBULAR OCCLUSAL 24 PCSO Bulletin • SuMMeR 2012

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Summer 2012

President's Message
Executive Director's Letter
PCSO Business
AAOF Report
PCSO at a Glance
Practice Management Diary
Faculty Files
Correction to Faculty Files article, Spring 2012
Seasoned Practicioner's Corner
Case Report Pre-Treatment
Portrait of a Professional
From Good to Great in a Tough Economy
Three-Dimensional Volumetric Imaging: An Emerging Diagnostic Tool
Destination Success
Case Report Post-Treatment
Earl's Pearls

Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Summer 2012