Main Instructor Hsin-Lan Shen
Department / Institution Department of orthodontics, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Linkou branch
Classification Case report
This case report describes the treatment of a 15-year-old male patient who want to correct his everted lower lip with invisible Aligners. He had protrusive lower lip caused by deep-bite and mild anterior teeth crowding. According to the patient's expectations, and considering the patient is still in growing stage, the orthodontic treatment plan relieve crowding by IPR and to improve his deep-bite by extrusion molars. The total treatment time was 2 years. Following the treatment, a stable result was achieved with ideal, static and functional occlusion.
Discussion and summary:
There are three common ways to correct deepbite. Intrusion front teeth, extrusion posterior teeth and relative intrusion front teeth. This case presents posterior teeth extrusion at the maxilla and also extrusion at the mandible.
Deepbite Growing Patient Invisible Aligners for Molar Extrusion Effect in A Growing Patient with Deepbite