Gestion orthodontique de la distalisation des premières molaires maxillaires

Abstract : Class II malocclusion is a dysmorphosis that can result from different skeletal and/or alveolar components of maxillary and/or mandibular origin. In dental class II cases due to mesial drift of the maxillary molars, it is sometimes interesting to retract the maxillary molars, in order to avoid in certain situations extractions of premolars. The indication is equally valid for class I by mesoposition. To this end, several devices have been described in the literature. The first part discusses the indication and contraindications of the first maxillary molars distalization. The second part explains the different therapeutic tools allowing this distalization, starting with extra-oral force then with intra-oral force. Intra-orale force including the pendulum, the mini-screw anchorage, the distal jet, the multi-attachment technique and finally the aligners.
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Yoel Siahou. Gestion orthodontique de la distalisation des premières molaires maxillaires. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02094451⟩



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