Management of Severe Class II Malocclusion With Sequential Fixed Functional and Orthodontic Appliances: A Case for MOrthRCSEd Examination

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Fixed functional appliance is an effective way of treating skeletal Class II malocclusion in children and adolescents. The following case report documented a 13-year-old boy with 15 mm overjet treated by a phase I 12-month growth modification therapy using Herbst appliance with Hyrax palatal expander and high pull headgear in a stepwise mandibular advancement protocol followed by a phase II pre-adjusted edgewise appliance therapy. It is one of the cases submitted for the Membership of Orthodontics Examination of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

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Li, L. C. f., Rabie, A. B. M., & Wong, R. W. k. (2010). Management of Severe Class II Malocclusion With Sequential Fixed Functional and Orthodontic Appliances: A Case for MOrthRCSEd Examination. Singapore Dental Journal, 31(1), 30–35. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0377-5291(12)70007-X

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