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An adult woman suffered moderate complications of cranio-facial microsomia (CFM) with different severity on both sides of the face. This anomaly leads to short ramal height, condylar pathology, chin deviation and facial asymmetry. The malformed dental arch, open bite and severe canting of the occlusal plane were the reasons for the patient to request the therapy. Orthodontic treatment was performed with pre-adjusted edgewise system assisted by temporal anchorage devices (TADs). These modalities were executed through leveling of the occlusal plane. The improvement was noticed for both better oral function and esthetics.
Su, Tzu-Pin; Tsai, Huei-Mei; Pan, Chia-Yi; Tsang, Yuen-Yung; and Cheng, Yu-Ling
"Non-surgical Correction of Craniofacial Microsomia with Occlusal Plane Canting,"
Taiwanese Journal of Orthodontics: Vol. 32:
3, Article 5.
https://doi.org/10.38209/2708-2636.1015 Available at: https://www.tjo.org.tw/tjo/vol32/iss3/5
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