Treatment of a Class II malocclusion to a Class III molar relationship – an extended case report 2004, Volumen 34, Número 3
Lorenz Moser, Ute Moser, John C. Bennett Ortodoncista de práctica exclusiva
This paper reviews situations where it may be helpful to consider treatment of a Class II case to a Class III molar result.
Indications and contra-indications are discussed and a case report in shown, including records of the case three years after
completion of active treatment, with the lower third molars erupted and in occlusion.
(Rev Esp Ortod. 2004;34(3):183-192)
Class II malocclusion. Lower premolar extraction. Molar Class III occlusion.