Orthognathic surgery in skeletal Class II patient

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Panida Na Songkhla

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This case report showed the outcome of surgical orthodontic treatment in non- growing patient with skeletal Class II malocclusion and prognathic maxilla. Le Fort I maxillary superior reposition and setback, and chin genioplasty were planned to eliminate the etiology of jaw discrepancy and malocclusion. Presurgical orthodontic treatment was performed with non-extraction, aligned and leveled tooth malalignment and flatted curve of Spee. Postsurgical orthodontic treatment was to consolidate residual spaces and to create proper space for dental substitutes. A total treatment time was 31 months. At the end of treatment, skeletal Class I orthognahic maxilla and mandible, canine and molar Class I was accomplished. Gummy smile was corrected and soft tissue profile has improved dramatically. Moreover, the edentulous areas of both arches were placed by dental prostheses.

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Na Songkhla P. Orthognathic surgery in skeletal Class II patient. Kb. Med. J. [Internet]. 2022 Feb. 3 [cited 2024 Apr. 15];4(2):49-62. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/KBJ/article/view/254582
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