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A two stage non extraction treatment of distoocclusion with proclination of upper incisors (AII/1)

A two stage non extraction treatment of distoocclusion with proclination of upper incisors  (AII/1)

A two stage treatment of distoocclusion with proclination of upper incisors (AII/1) is very efficient in correctly indicated cases and the timing of the treatment is essential. During the growth spurt the removable functional appliance is placed in the mouth (in this case bionator) to provide the bite shift to AI class and to raise the deep bite by correctly trimmed functional appliance. The second phase of the treatment with fixed appliance is reduced and only the anomalies of the position of individual teeth are corrected.

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Anamnesis:

12 year old girl referred by her family dentist for the orthodontic consult because of proclination of upper incisors and big overjet.
Family history: Brother undergone treatment with fixed appliances
Medical history: Fit and well, overcome routine child diseases, without bad habits, breastfed for 1 year, had pacifier for 2 months
History of allergies: allergic to pollen and dust
Medication: sine
Dental: permanent dentition, restored; DMF=1;
Orthodontic: no previous treatment

Examinations:

Extra-oral examination: mesocephalic, round symmetric face, pupils equally round, pupillary line horizontal, competent lips with average tonicity.

Examination of TMJ: Maximum mouth opening - 50mm, no displacement or deviation on closure, without pain and pathological sounds and path of closure.

Intra-oral examination: Average oral hygiene, low cariosity, pink gingiva, oral mucous membrane with no pathological signs, good periodontal condition, upper labial frenulum inserts to the incisive papilla.

Cast analysis: Permanent dentition, AII/1, overjet=9.5mm, overbite=6mm, crowding in the lower dental arch, deep bite, accentuated curve of Spee, spaces and anomalies of position of individual teeth present, space discrepancy in maxilla +2mm, in mandible -1mm, anterior Bolton ratio - 71,3%, overall Bolton ratio - 87,5%, Tonn‘s index - 68%, McNamara analysis - 38mm.

Imaging methods:

Cephalometric analysis before therapy: SNA: 80°, SNB: 77°, SNPo: 78°, ANB: 3°, Wits: 2mm, NS-ML: 32°, S-Go:N-Me: 66%, Mx 1-NS: 114°, Mx 1-NPo: 9.5mm, Interincisal: 123°, Mn 1-ML: 90°, Mn 1-Apo: -1,5mm, Beta: 17°.

Analysis of cervicovertebral maturation on the cephalometric X-ray: the end of the second stage, growth spurt commences

Diagnosis:

AII/1; Overjet: 9.5mm; Overbite: 6mm; Class I skeletal base; Average growth pattern; Deep bite; Accentuated curve of Spee; Gaps between teeth 12-11-21; Distally rotated teeth 13, 25, 35, 45; Mesially inclined tooth 43; upper labial frenulum inserts to the incisive papilla.

Therapy:

Treatment objectives:
1st phase: Reduction of overjet and overbite using functional appliance, to achieve class I molar and canine relationship.
2nd phase: To level upper and lower dental arch, to close the gaps, to derotate and align individual teeth, to set correct overjet and overbite.

Treatment plan and appliances:
Myofunctional appliance – Bionator
Preadjusted edgewise appliance – slot .022, prescription Roth, low-profile metal brackets
Orthodontic bands 16, 26, 36, 46
Orthodontic brackets 15-25, 35-45
Plan of occlusion - AI

Maxilla:
1. Levelling and aligning (NiTi .014)
2. .017x.025 NiTi
3. .017x:025 SS
4. Interarch elastics of II.class 6.4H
5. Retention - ESSIX and fixed retainer 11-21

Mandible:
1. Levelling and aligning (NiTi .014)
2. .018 NiTi
3. .017x.025 NiTi
4. .017x.025 SS
5. Interarch elastics of II.class 6.4H
6. Retention - ESSIX

Cephalometric analysis after the therapy: SNA: 85°, SNB: 82°, SNPo: 83.5°, ANB:1.5°, Wits: 0.6mm, NS-ML: 28°, S-Go:N-Me: 68%, Mx 1–NS: 106°, Mx 1–NPo: 6mm, Interincisal: 130°, Mn1-ML: 96%, Mn1-Apo: 1.8mm, Beta: 20°.

Discussion:

Ideal timing for treatment of mandibular deficiency is during pubertal growth spurt. The success of treatment with functional appliances depends on the patient cooperation and favourable mandibular growth. With 24 hour wear of appliance it is possible to reposition mandible forward and to raise a deep bite in about 6-9 months according to severity of malocclusion. With the successful first stage of the treatment, the second stage of treatment with fixed appliance is significantly reduced in time. Therefore there is a lower risk of white spots and gingivitis occurring during the treatment.

Authors declare the case report will not be published in any national or international publications.

 
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author: Renáta Urban, Vladimíra Schwartzova | organization: 1st Department of Stomatology | published on: 31.12.2017 | last modified on: 16.4.2018
citation: Urban Renáta, Vladimíra Schwartzova: A two stage non extraction treatment of distoocclusion with proclination of upper incisors (AII/1). Multimedia support in the education of clinical and health care disciplines :: Portal of Faculty of Medicine [online] 2017-12-31, last modif. 2018-04-16 [cit. 2018-05-23] Available from WWW: <http://portal.lf.upjs.sk/articles.php?aid=337>. ISSN 1337-7000.
 

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