Lucile Fourquet

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INTRODUCTION The objectives of orthodontic treatment are to achieve a functional, aesthetic and sustainable occlusion. However, its analysis is often limited to the study of its buccal side, easy to check in mouth. Yet, the lingual occlusion is also of paramount importance. MATERIAL AND METHOD After calling to mind the ideal static objectives of(More)
The finishing and detailing phase, the last stage of active orthodontic treatment, makes it possible to perfect the occlusion, by adhering to criteria defined by various authors and to improve the esthetic result, while achieving the treatment objectives made during the pre-planning phase. The reliability of end of treatment results cannot be ensured(More)
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