Corrección de Maloclusión dental Clase II unilateral con Dispositivo de Anclaje Temporal Infracigomático

Diego Fernando López, Santiago Herrera Guardiola

Resumen


La maloclusión dental clase II unilateral ha tenido varios enfoques de tratamiento a lo largo de la historia de la ortodoncia. Dichos enfoques han estado influenciados por tendencias, de acuerdo a las innovaciones en la tecnología y la eficacia del tratamiento instaurado. Actualmente el manejo ortodóncico para corregir las maloclusiones dentales unilaterales procura evitar en gran medida la extracción dental y que los aditamentos requieran de un mínimo de colaboración por parte del paciente. Por lo anterior el uso de Dispositivos de Anclaje Temporal (DAT) es la propuesta contemporánea. El siguiente reporte de caso tiene como objetivo ilustrar al lector acerca del manejo que se ha tenido hasta la fecha de la maloclusión dental de clase II unilateral y propone un manejo contemporáneo con el uso de DAT, basado en evidencia científica en un paciente masculino de 18 años de edad con diagnóstico de maloclusión dental  clase II subdivisión derecha de 5 mm, logrando objetivos estéticos y  funcionales.

 

Unilateral Class II malocclusion correction with infrazygomatic Temporary Anchorage Device


Unilateral class II malocclusion has been treated along the history of orthodontics by multiple approaches. The treatment tendencies reflect the development of technology and treatment efficiency. Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) are now considered the best way to treat unilateral malocclusion without extractions, because is not dependent of patient cooperation. The following case report of a male, 18 year old, patient, presenting a class II malocclusion of 5 mm in the right hand side, suggest a treatment approach based on the use of TADs and explains previous approaches to treat unilateral class II malocclusions. The treatment outcome was both aesthetic and functional.

Keywords:

Corrective Orthodontics, Malocclusion Angle class II, Orthodontic Anchorage Procedures. Dental Implants. Distalization.

 

 


Palabras clave


Ortodoncia correctiva. Maloclusión de Angle clase II, Métodos de Anclaje en Ortodoncia, Implantes Dentales, Distalización

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