Extraction treatment in lingual orthodontics

Robert B Lawson
Journal of Orthodontics 2013, 40 Suppl 1: S38-48
Contemporary lingual orthodontic appliances offer an aesthetic and accurate means of treating malocclusion. Managing extraction-based treatments with lingual appliances presents a number of challenges. This article discusses the specific biomechanical considerations associated with extraction treatment and outlines clinical techniques that can optimize treatment outcome in these cases.

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