ORTHONEWS ISSUE #12
IN THIS ISSUE:
• EDITORIAL: Dr. Octavio Cintra
EDITORIAL: Dr. Octavio Cintra
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Is protocol the same for patients follow-up after surgery with III and II classes and what differences would you mention? Mr. Angle classified the occlusion in the past in three different types, according to the relation between the teeth in upper against the lower jaw, and they were class I, II and III. Although is very clear the understanding of such a way of classification, we have always to remember that different kinds of dentofacial deformities can have the same dental classification. For example, one patient with concave facial profile due to a retrusive maxilla can have the same class III occlusion as another patient with a concave facial profile due to a mandibular excess. Read more >> For more information about dr. Octavio Cintra press here.
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