Early treatment of Class III malocclusion - A case report
Angle’s Class III malocclusion is one of the difficult malocclusions to treat, especially when the malocclusion is severe in its presentation. This paper reports the orthodontic management of Angle Class III malocculsion in a 10 year old boy with interceptive and the corrective phases using orthopedic appliances and fixed orthodontics.
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