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International Research Journal of Public and Environmental Health
Vol.5 (6),pp. 90-103, September 2018
ISSN 2360-8803
Available online at https://www.journalissues.org/IRJPEH/
DOI:https://doi.org/10.15739/irjpeh.18.013
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Original Research Article

ISW for the treatment of moderate crowding dentition with unilateral second molar impaction

Chun-Shuo Huang1,2 , Chien-Chih Yu3*, and Jian-Hong Yu1

1Department of Orthodontics, China Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan
2School of Dentistry, College of Dentistry, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
3School of Pharmacy, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan

*Corresponding Author Email: kenkoyu(at)hotmail.com



date Received: July 6, 2018     date Accepted: August 31, 2018     date Published: September 15, 2018


 Abstract

The objective of the treatment is for an adult with moderate crowding dentition and unilateral second molar impaction by ISW (Improved Super-elastic Ti-Ni alloy Wire, developed by Tokyo Medical and Dental University) will be discussed. An adult male (21y11m) came to our clinic with a chief complaint of maxillary protrusion, irregular dentition and midline deviation. Clinical examination revealed a moderate crowding with #25, #35 linguoversion and #37 impaction. With ISW leveling, crimpable stopper and open coil spring, we uprighted the lower left second molar. After that, toe-in and lingual torque was added to adjust #37 position. The protruded profile was improved by canine distal drive and anterior retraction. Treatment was completed within 33 months and a desirable occlusion with adequate overbite and overjet was achieved.


Key words: ISW, bimaxillary protrusion, skeletal Class II, linguoversion, molar uprighting, distalization, crown lingual torque, toe-in bend, intermaxillary elastic.


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