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Dentoskeletal Comparison of Changes Seen in Class II Cases Treated by Twin Block and Forsus.

@article{Tarvade2014DentoskeletalCO,
  title={Dentoskeletal Comparison of Changes Seen in Class II Cases Treated by Twin Block and Forsus.},
  author={Suchita Madhukar Tarvade and Charushila Chaudhari and Sadashiv Gopinath Daokar and Suhas Shriram Biday and Sheetal Ramkrishna and Amit Handa},
  journal={Journal of international oral health : JIOH},
  year={2014},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={
          27-31
        }
}
BACKGROUND To evaluate skeletal and dentoalveolar effects of Forsus fatigue resistant devices (FRD) and twin-block (TB) appliance in Class II malocclusion cases. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty young adult patients (age 13-17 years, overjet 6-10 mm) with a Class II division 1 malocclusion were randomly divided into two groups: group I included 10 patients treated with TB, Group II included 10 patients treated with FRD. Dentoskeletal changes were analyzed on lateral cephalograms taken before (T1… 

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