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  Fixed Orthodontic Treatment of a Patient with Skeletal Class II Malocclusion with Infrazygomatic Anchorage and En-Masse Retraction [Eastern J Med]
Eastern J Med. 2020; 25(4): 586-590 | DOI: 10.5505/ejm.2020.00377  

Fixed Orthodontic Treatment of a Patient with Skeletal Class II Malocclusion with Infrazygomatic Anchorage and En-Masse Retraction

Saadet Çınarsoy Ciğerim1, Seda Kotan1, Gönül Dinç2
1*Department of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Van Yuzuncu Yil University, Van, Turkey.
2**Private Dentist

Treatment of skeletal Class II malocclusions is difficult anomalies in orthodontics. The treatment of skeletal Class II anomalies varies according to the jaw and the growth period of the anomalies. Adult individuals whose growth is over are treated with fixed orthodontic mechanics or orthognathic surgical approaches. If skeletal class II anomaly is not severe and does not constitute a problem aesthetically, camouflage treatment can be done with fixed orthodontic mechanics. This case report presents the results of orthodontic camouflage treatment and treatment applied to a skeletal Class II malocclusion female patient with chronological age of 18 years and skeletally in the Ru period. The molar relationship of the patient with a slightly convex profile is Angle Class II. In cephalometric examination, skeletal class II problem was detected (ANBº = 6º). At the end of the treatment, angle class II relation in the molar region, angle class I relation in the canine region and a smooth soft tissue profile were obtained.

Keywords: Skeletal class 2 malocclusion, En-masse retraction, Infrazigomatic Anchorage


Saadet Çınarsoy Ciğerim, Seda Kotan, Gönül Dinç. Fixed Orthodontic Treatment of a Patient with Skeletal Class II Malocclusion with Infrazygomatic Anchorage and En-Masse Retraction. Eastern J Med. 2020; 25(4): 586-590

Corresponding Author: Saadet Çınarsoy Ciğerim, Türkiye


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