The perpetual conflict of controlling orthodontic anchorage while simultaneously attempting to manage patient compliance with mechanics has led to the adoption of miniscrews. The application of miniscrew anchorage support for the correction of Class II malocclusions has evolved into variations on common biomechanical themes. Although orthodontists may yet disagree on treatment approaches for Class II, certainly the advent of skeletal anchorage has improved the predictability of their treatment.
Clinical Dentistry Reviewed – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 1, 2017
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