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Orthodontics 10 (2009), No. 4     17. Dec. 2009
Orthodontics 10 (2009), No. 4  (17.12.2009)

Page 323-333

Strategies To Finish Orthodontic Treatment With A Class III Molar Relationship: Three Patient Reports
Farret, Milton M. B. / Farret, Marcel M. / Farret, Alessandro M.
The purpose of this article is to review treatment concepts for patients with congenitally missing teeth in the mandible, for patients in whom teeth in only the mandibular arch were extracted, or for patients with Class III camouflage treatment. The therapy result in these situations is a Class III molar relationship. With this type of intercuspation, esthetic and functional aspects must be observed.

Keywords: Class III molar relationship, camouflage treatment, intercuspation, uniarch extraction, orthodontic finalization