Romanian Journal of Medical and Dental Education Volum 8 Issue 7, 2019 ORTHODONTIC COMPLEX CASE WITH MAXILLARY IMPACTED CANINE AND CONGENITALLY MISSING FIRST MAXILLARY MOLARS – CASE REPORT

ORTHODONTIC COMPLEX CASE WITH MAXILLARY IMPACTED CANINE AND CONGENITALLY MISSING FIRST MAXILLARY MOLARS – CASE REPORT

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Loredana Golovcencu, Georgeta Zegan, Catalina Iulia Saveanu, Eduard Radu Cernei, Daniela Anistoroaei

ABSTRACT

Labially impaction of the maxillary canine is less frequent compared to palatal impaction. This paper describes the orthodontic and surgical management of a 15 years old girl with retained temporary upper canine and impaction of the permanent one. The complexity of the case is given by Bolton discrepancy in the anterior area due to undersized maxillary lateral incisors and by the congenital absence of the maxillary first molars.

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