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VOLUME 23 , ISSUE 8 ( August, 2022 ) > List of Articles

CASE REPORT

Treatment of Dental Class-II, Division 2 Malocclusion Associated with a Deep Anterior Overbite: A Case Report Orthodontic Camouflage

Ehab A Abdulghani, Abeer A Al-Sosowa, BaoCheng Cao

Keywords : Deep overbite, Dental class-II, Division 2 malocclusion, Fixed orthodontic treatment, Gummy smile

Citation Information : Abdulghani EA, Al-Sosowa AA, Cao B. Treatment of Dental Class-II, Division 2 Malocclusion Associated with a Deep Anterior Overbite: A Case Report Orthodontic Camouflage. J Contemp Dent Pract 2022; 23 (8):845-852.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10024-3379

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 29-11-2022

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2022; The Author(s).


Abstract

Aim: This study sought to correct the assessment of orthodontic camouflage treatment to provide a harmonized soft-tissue profile, consistent occlusion, and a pleasant smile. Background: Class-II, division 2 malocclusions can be treated through dental compensation and growth modification methods instead of surgical–orthodontic treatment, which can be determined by the growth and age of the patient. Case description: This case report was of a 14-year-old Chinese female whose chief complaint was crowding of anterior teeth and required treatment for the same. On necessary clinical and radiographical examination, diagnosis of convex facial profile with class-II, division 2 malocclusion was arrived and hence treated with orthodontic camouflage. On treatment completion of 33 months, cephalometric assessment revealed that the anterior maxillary teeth had been successfully intruded and substantially distalized, with a slight counterclockwise rotation of the mandible. The treatment results and profile changes were demonstrated with good patient cooperation. Conclusion: Using a utility arch with orthodontic camouflage treatment can help to reinforce molar anchoring and improve a deep bite in the maxillary dentitions. The patient was treated with the devised treatment plan and acceptable results were obtained with patient satisfaction as recorded after 1 year of follow-up. Clinical significance: To correct a maxillomandibular discrepancy, an orthodontist may conduct a process known as camouflage therapy without necessity of surgery. However, patient selection forms a crucial role, and hence systematic arrival of the diagnosis and treatment protocol is a pivotal factor.


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