Rapid correction of a simple one-tooth anterior cross bite due to an over-retained primary incisor: clinical report.

Abstract

Where a permanent anterior tooth cross bite results from over-retention o[ z~ primary incisor, a rapid correction method may prove successlrul. When the over-retained primary incisor is extracted, the permanent successor in cross bite is tipped into the extraction site, correcting the cross bite. Moyers defines a simple anterior tooth cross bite as a dental… (More)

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