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Management of Extraction Cases (with Fixed Functional Class II Correctors) - Part III 
Presenter: Dr. Lisa Alvetro Release Date: 11/4/11
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 11/4/20
  Reviewed: 2017        

This is the final webinar in the three-part series that focuses on specifics of Class II correction with fixed functional Class II Correctors. This webinar will focus on the advantage of using Class II correctors as a form of anchorage in extraction cases. Preserving maxillary anchorage is often critical to the successful correction of the Class II relationship. In the mandibular arch, preserving incisor torque and position during protraction of the posterior buccal segments is also of importance in optimal treatment. The strategic use of fixed functional Class II correctors during space closure can minimize these clinical challenges and insure success.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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