Managing the severely proclined maxillary anteriors by extracting traumatized right maxillary central incisor

Mahesh Jain, Subraya Mogra, Srikrishna Chalasani, Kuldeep D'Mello, Nidhi Dhakar

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A 14-year-old girl reported with severely proclined maxillary anterior teeth with fractured and discolored right maxillary central incisor with questionable prognosis. Autotransplantation of premolar to replace central incisor was considered a risky option as patient was 14-year-old with presence of advanced root development of premolar. The immediate placement of the prosthetic implant was also not possible because of patient's age. Therefore, it was decided to use the space obtained by extracting questionable maxillary right central incisor for orthodontic purpose and also sacrificing the healthy premolar is invariably an excessive biological cost for a modest functional and aesthetic gain. Hence, the treatment plan for this case includes extraction of right maxillary central incisor and left maxillary first premolar, movement of right maxillary lateral incisor mesially, achieving normal axial inclination of maxillary anteriors with normal overjet and overbite. Mandibular arch was treated nonextraction due to congenitally missing central incisors with presence of normally inclined lower anteriors thereby maintaining Angles class I occlusion. Tipping, usually, seen in Begg mechanotherapy was used for our advantage to correct severely proclined maxillary anteriors with simultaneous bite opening mechanics. Case was completed in 19 months and posttreatment records including photographs, radiographs and study models were made. Begg wrap around the retainer was placed in the maxillary arch allowing natural settling of occlusion.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)545-549
Number of pages5
JournalContemporary Clinical Dentistry
Volume5
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-10-2015
Externally publishedYes

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Incisor
Bicuspid
Angle Class I Malocclusion
Overbite
Autologous Transplantation
Bites and Stings
Orthodontics
Mechanics
Esthetics
Tooth
Costs and Cost Analysis

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Oral Surgery
  • Orthodontics
  • Periodontics

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Jain, Mahesh ; Mogra, Subraya ; Chalasani, Srikrishna ; D'Mello, Kuldeep ; Dhakar, Nidhi. / Managing the severely proclined maxillary anteriors by extracting traumatized right maxillary central incisor. In: Contemporary Clinical Dentistry. 2015 ; Vol. 5, No. 4. pp. 545-549.
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