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whether the hooks, pins, tubes, cleats are easily accessible and remove all sharp edges that may cause breakage of elastics. ď Ź Caution the patient not to allow the lower jaw to come forward in response to the pulling force exerted by CL II elastics. Be sure that the patient closes in the proper retruded position. ď Ź It is most important to impress upon the patient and the parents, that if there is any difficulty in wearing elastics it should be informed to your office immediately. www.indiandentalacademy.com

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