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Clinical Case

Treatment of a skeletal class III patient with dentoalveolar compensation and ceramic veneers

2017, Volumen 47, Número 1
Íñigo Gómez Bollain y Jon Gurrea
Máster en ortodoncia. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Práctica privada en ortodoncia. Bilbao
 

Interdisciplinary dentistry can help the clinician to provide less invasive treatments with better outcomes. This case report shows the treatment of a skeletal class III with functional component and anterior cross-bite in an adult patient with dentoalveolar compensation and six bonded porcelain restorations in the anterior segment. The diagnosis of the class III situation, differentiation between maximal intercuspation situation and centric occlusion situation, the use of an orthodontic set-up to set the plan, and finalizing the treatment with bonded porcelain restorations is discussed. Minimizing treatments to maximize outcomes is our duty as healthcare professionals.  (Rev Esp Ortod. 2017;47(1):029-041)

 
 
Key words:
Skeletal class III. Dentoalveolar compensation. Interdisciplinary treatment. Functional diagnosis. Veneers.
 
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