Atlas of Orthodontic Case Reviews
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Atlas of Orthodontic Case Reviews

Marjan Askari, Stanley A. Alexander

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Atlas of Orthodontic Case Reviews

Marjan Askari, Stanley A. Alexander

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Atlas of Orthodontic Case Reviews offers a comprehensive resource to the treatment of orthodontic malocclusions with a case-based approach.

  • Discusses and illustrates the treatment of orthodontic malocclusions using actual clinical cases
  • Presents more than 800 clinical photographs showing the stages of each treatment, to act as a visual reference
  • Includes a description of each malocclusion, an explanation of the desired treatment outcomes, an account of the changes, and review questions for each case

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Year
2017
ISBN
9781119303770
Edition
1
Subtopic
Orthodontics

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Interceptive (Mixed Dentition): Case 1

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • The records required for treatment of a mixed dentition
  • The problem list for interceptive orthodontics: posterior crossbite
  • The development of treatment objectives and formation of a treatment plan for a quad‐helix appliance

Interview Data

This 8‐year‐old Caucasian male presented with maxillary constriction that manifested as a unilateral posterior crossbite of the mixed dentition.
  • Development: pre‐pubescent
  • Motivation: good
  • Medical history: non‐contributory
  • Dental history: seen regularly for dental visits
  • Family history: no history of malocclusion
  • Habits: none
  • Limitations: none
  • Facial form: mesoprosopic and ovoid
  • Facial proportions: normal lower facial height

Clinical Examination

  • Incisor‐stomion (Figures 1.1 and 1.2):
    • – At rest: 0 mm
    • – Smiling: 6 mm
  • Smile line: 0 mm gingival display
  • Breathing: nasal
  • Lips: together at rest
  • Soft tissue profile: convex (Figure 1.3)
  • Nasolabial angle: slightly obtuse
  • Slightly high mandibular plane angle
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Figure 1.1 Full face at rest displaying a symmetric, ovoid face.
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Figure 1.2 Full face with smile showing full enamel appearance of the incisors and no gingival display.
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Figure 1.3 Right lateral view of profile indicating a convex appearance and obtuse nasolabial angle.

Dentition (Figure 1.4)

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Figure 1.4 Anterior view of the dentition demonstrating midline diastema and mandibular shift to the left.
  • Teeth present clinically:
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  • Overjet: 4 mm
  • Overbite: 0 mm with open bite tendency
  • Diastema: 3 mm
  • Midlines: maxillary midline coincident with face; mandibular midline 2 mm to left

Right Buccal View

The right buccal view can be seen in Figure 1.5.
  • Molar, right: end‐on, mixed dentition
  • Canine: Class I
  • Curve of Spee: flat
  • Crossbite: none
  • Caries: none
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Figure 1.5 Right buccal view of dentition indicating an end‐on mixed dentition molar relationship.

Left Buccal View

The left buccal view can be seen in Figure 1.6.
  • Molar, left: Class II, mixed dentition
  • Canine: cusp to cusp
  • Curve of Spee: flat
  • Crossbite: posterior crossbite
  • Caries: none
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Figure 1.6 Left buccal view of dentition indicating a Class II mixed dentition molar relationship and posterior crossbite due to the functional shift of the mandible.

Maxillary Arch (Figure 1.7...

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