[Artigo] - Tratamento de mordida aberta esquelética Classe lll grave utilizando Ancoragem com implante

"Skeletal Class lll Severe Openbite Treatment Using Implant AnchorageYuichi Sakaia; Shingo Kurodab; Sakhr A. Murshidc; Teruko Takano-YamamotodAbstract: A female patient with a skeletal Class III severe anterior openbite was treated using miniplates as the anchorage. The patient was 15 years and 10 months of age when she reported to our university hospital with a chief complaint of anterior openbite and reversed occlusion. The patient had an anterior openbite with an over [...]

17/09/2010 | Capitani Ortodontia | Educação | patient

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