Saloni P*, Sanjay M, Isha A, Merry and Parveen A
Department of Orthodontics Bhojia Dental College and Hospital Baddi, IndiaFulltext PDF
Class III malocclusion with multifactorial etiology manifests with dental or skeletal discrepancies, if severe could lead to compromised facial esthetics and function. thereby decreasing the selfesteem in an individual especially during growing period. Treatment of Class III malocclusion with negative overjet becomes very daunting especially in patients with cessation of growth. Two such cases treated by orthodontic camouflage to produce optimal skeletal and dentoalveolar relationship with the help of unilateral extraction of lower 1st premolar, are illustrated in this case report.
Class III malocclusion; Extraction; Torque
Saloni P, Sanjay M, Isha A, Merry, Parveen A. Treatment of Adult Class III Malocclusion with Orthodontic Camouflage: A 2 Case Report. J Dent Oral Biol. 2023; 8(3): 1217..