Maxillary Canine-lateral Incisor Transposition : a Case Report

@inproceedings{Tumen2010MaxillaryCI,
  title={Maxillary Canine-lateral Incisor Transposition : a Case Report},
  author={Demet Suer Tumen and Filiz Acun Kaya and Nihal Hamamci and E. Caner Tumen and Gulay Berber},
  year={2010}
}
This case report aims to present the orthodontic treatment of a patient who referred to our clinic with a chief complaint of crowding and who had left lateral canine tranposition at maxilla. In the clinical examinations of the patient; severe crowding, retained deciduous canine tooth and dental Angle Class I relation were detected. In the radiographic examinations, impacted and transposed canine tooth was observed. Skeletal Class I relation (ANB: 2o) was observed in cephalometric analysis… CONTINUE READING

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