The aggressive chin cup protocol (14 h/day for 2 years with excellent compliance) depends on commitment to overcorrection of the skeletal Class III malocclusion

@article{Katashiba2006TheAC,
  title={The aggressive chin cup protocol (14 h/day for 2 years with excellent compliance) depends on commitment to overcorrection of the skeletal Class III malocclusion},
  author={Shinya Katashiba and Toshio Deguchi and Toru Kageyama and Yasuhiro Minoshima and Takao Kuroda and W. Eugene Roberts},
  journal={Orthodontic Waves},
  year={2006},
  volume={65},
  pages={57 - 63}
}

Chin cup effects using two different force magnitudes in the management of Class III malocclusions.

The use of a chin cup improved the maxillomandibular base relationship in growing patients with Class III malocclusion but with little skeletal effect.

Soft vs hard chin cup effects in management of class III malocclusions. A randomized control clinical trial

Hard and soft chin cups are effective in treatment of class III malocclusions and erythema of the chin skin was the main effect of both types and lacerations were greater with hard chin cup.

Protraction Effect of Rampa on Maxillae, Upper Airwayand Hyoid Bone Position; Finite Element Analysis

Research has demonstrated that sRME therapy is sufficiently effective compared to RME therapy and can be a treatment complementing the shortcomings of SME and RME treatments.

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