Clase I
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Mordida profunda
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Arcadas estrechas
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Apiñamiento

Tratamiento de fase I/Interceptivo
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Expansión
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Proinclinación

Información del tratamiento

  • Edad: 8
  • Sexo: femenino
  • Opción de tratamiento Invisalign: Invisalign First

Resumen del diagnóstico

  • Tratamiento de fase I/Interceptivo
  • Clase I
  • Mordida profunda
  • Arcadas estrechas
  • Apiñamiento

uso de

  • Expansión
  • Proinclinación
  • Optimized extrusion attachment (G3) on Buccal 4.2 (LR2)
  • Optimized multiplane (G4) on Buccal 1.2 (UR2)
  • Optimized root control attachments (G4) on Buccal 2.1 (UL1)
  • Optimized retention attachment (Phase 1) on Buccal 1.5 (UR5), Buccal 1.6 (UR6), Buccal 2.5 (UL5), Buccal 2.6 (UL6), Buccal 4.5 (LR5), Buccal 4.6 (LR6), Buccal 3.5 (LL5), Buccal 3.6 (LL6)
Courtesy of Dr R. Lie 2019

Las fotos

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Inicial
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Final of Phase I
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Radiografías

Plan de tratamiento ClinCheck

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Download ADF files
Inicial

Resumen de tratamiento

Resultados alcanzados

  • Arcadas alineadas y coordinadas

Tiempo total de tratamiento

  • 10 meses

Número de aligners

  • Maxillary: 48
  • Mandibular: 48

Tiempo de uso de los aligners

  • 1 semana

Comentarios

  • The aim of this Phase I treatment was to develop the arch form, create space for the erupting permanent teeth, relieve crowding and improve the alignment
  • The arch form was developed through staged expansion of the posterior buccal segments, commencing by moving the first permanent molars and then followed by simultaneous movement of the deciduous molars
  • The predictability of arch expansion was improved through the presence of optimized expansion support attachments together with Smart Staging of the tooth movement
  • Eruption compensation was utilized for the erupting upper lateral incisor
  • With the expansion of the dental arch, space was created for alignment of the anterior teeth.
  • We will improve patients occlusal in Phase II

Retencion

  • Maxillary:
  • Mandibular: