[Class II subdivision in adults: use of miniscrews anchorage in mixed technique].

@article{Cazenave2014ClassIS,
  title={[Class II subdivision in adults: use of miniscrews anchorage in mixed technique].},
  author={Caroline Cazenave},
  journal={L' Orthodontie francaise},
  year={2014},
  volume={85 4},
  pages={341-54}
}
Class II malocclusions represent 60% of our treatments, 50% of which are strictly unilateral or asymmetric. These require asymmetric therapeutic methods which conventional techniques answer most of the time poorly because of anchorage matters and three-dimensional control. Along with this, there is an increase in adult treatments demand requiring all… CONTINUE READING