Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Spring 2013 - (Page 35)
Progress and Post-treatment
How would you treat this malocclusion?
The patient and parents were presented the
treatment options and reviewed the risks and
beneﬁts of each one. After careful consideration,
they agreed upon treatment option #1.
Because temporary anchorage devices were to be used,
the risks and beneﬁts of this procedure were reviewed.
In addition, the possibility of early extraction of the maxillary right third molar was discussed as a possibility if it
restricted distalization of the right buccal segment.
PROGRESS 13 YEARS 9 MONTHS (4 MONTHS OF TREATMENT)
FINAL 15 YEARS 6 MONTHS (25 MONTHS TOTAL TREATMENT)
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