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Traumatic injuries with loss of anterior teeth occur more frequently in children. Treatment of the dental trauma is complex and requires a comprehensive and accurate diagnostic and treatment plan. It is also important to consider the biological, functional, esthetic, and economic aspects. The purpose of this article is to show a case report with a(More)
An adolescent boy with an Angle Class II Division 1 malocclusion had a hyperdivergent growth pattern with an excessive lower facial height and an anterior open bite. Combined orthodontic and surgical treatment should be considered for patients with a skeletal anterior open-bite malocclusion. For patients who do not want surgery, however, a 0.022 × 0.028-in(More)
A 13-year-old boy had fractured both maxillary central incisors when he was 8 years old, resulting in pulpar damage. At the time of the accident, root canal therapy was performed. Although the teeth were retrieved, their roots were short and not fully developed. Cephalometric analysis suggested extraction of the four first premolars to achieve aesthetic and(More)
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