Journal of the Korean Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 1997;24(3):651-659.
Published online August 31, 1997.
ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE TEETH IMPACTION
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Abstract
This report presents a case of adolescent patient who had multiple impacted teeth and no systemic disease, and was treated with removable and fixed orthodontic appliances. The results obtained through these cases were summarized as follows : 1. Even in the case without systemic disease, there can be the delayed eruption of multiple teeth 2. If the root formation is not completed, root have no excessive curvature, axial inclination of the tooth is not excessive, and there is eruption space, the tooth can be induced to normal occlusion. 3. Since esthetically proper occlusion and dentition was acquired by recovery of the impacted teeth to normal occlusion, the prosthodontic treatment after extraction of the impacted teeth was less needed. 4. This treatment brought psychological stability to pubertal patient who was interested in his facial profile.


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