Orthodontic Treatment of the Class II Noncompliant Patient: Current Principles and Techniques


Moschos Papadopoulos


This comprehensive and practical reference provides up-to-date information on the techniques available for the treatment of the Class II noncompliant orthodontic patient. It covers all the clinically relevant information needed by the practicing orthodontist, including: mode of action, indications and contra-indications, advantages and disadvantages of each appliance. No other such text is currently available.

Key Features
  • Describes fixed functional appliances, which act in both arches to advance the mandible.
  • Describes distalization appliances, which act only in the maxillary arch to move molars distally, including: Pendulum, Distal Jet, Keles Slider, magnets and superelastic coils.
  • Reviews the possibilities of using implants for absolute anchorage.
  • Provides analysis of the evidence-based efficiency of appliances.
  • Written by an international group of contributors from the USA, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Brazil and Australia.
  • Illustrated in full-color throughout.

ISBN: 978-0-7234-3391-0

Published Date: June 2006 

Page Count: 377  , File Size: 34 Mb

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