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Base-narrow canines in dogs - orthodontic treatment with incline planes and power chains



Base-narrow canines in dogs - orthodontic treatment with incline planes and power chains



Kleintierpraxis 51(7/8): 406-411



Base-narrow or lingually displaced mandibular canine teeth in four dogs were treated with acrylic incline planes in combination with power chains. Two dentoalveolar displaced canine teeth and three cases of mandibulary brachygnathia were treated. The orthodontic treatment was successful in all cases. After the therapy, the mandibular canine teeth no longer caused occlusal damage to the palate.

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