Class II malocclusion in mixed dentition

B H Rondeau
Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry 1994, 19 (1): 1-11
The primary goal of early treatment is to correct the existing muscular, skeletal and dental imbalances before the eruption of the permanent teeth. When early treatment is instituted, 80% of the malocclusion can be treated with orthopedic appliances and the remaining 20% solved with the straight wire appliances. This approach ensures that in excess of 95% of the cases can be treated non-extraction and non-surgically.

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