Surgery of Labially Impacted Canine & Orthodontic Management – A Case Report

@inproceedings{Watted2017SurgeryOL,
  title={Surgery of Labially Impacted Canine & Orthodontic Management – A Case Report},
  author={Nezar Watted and Emad Muhammad Hama Hussein and Peter C Proff and Aksoy Dodan and A. Nur Muhamad},
  year={2017}
}
Maxillary canines are one of the most common teeth that are impacted among patients seeking orthodontic treatment. Depending on the position of these impacted teeth, various surgical techniques have been employed for their exposure. His primary goal of surgical phase is to provide the means for correct position of orthodontic anchorage. Additionally, the technique used must ensure favorable tissue anatomy that will permit long-term maintenance of periodontal health. In the present case, a… CONTINUE READING

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