Planning Orthodontic Stability

  • Published 2012


We All agree that the optimal results achieved after orthodontic treatment constitute the gold standards for stability, We are all aware that a given malocclusion may have different problems, each of which may have a different potential for instability. If timely attention is not paid to the underlying potential problem, relapse will be likely to occur and thus whole orthodontic outcome will lead to failure.

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@inproceedings{MARWAT2012PlanningOS, title={Planning Orthodontic Stability}, author={HAMEEDULLAH JAN MARWAT}, year={2012} }