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Begg light-wire treatment of a severe class II cross-bite malocclusion



Begg light-wire treatment of a severe class II cross-bite malocclusion



American Journal of Orthodontics 68(4): 420-425




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PMID: 1058640

DOI: 10.1016/0002-9416(75)90183-9


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