I have gone through your query and attachment (attachments are hidden to protect the patient's identity). For cases of malocclusion like this, clinical examination is mandatory, and one need investigation such as lateral cephalometry, orthopanatomogram, and diagnostic casts and photographs for detailed analysis. After looking at your extraoral photographs (attachments are hidden to protect the patient's identity): When we consider the age factor, at growing age, one can go for growth modulation and then dental correction to achieve maximum results (skeletal and dental results). When growth is completed, then the option for better and maximum results is surgery and dental correction (to achieve skeletal and dental changes). But if you do not want to go for surgery, then dental correction and camouflage is the only option remaining. But results will not be 100 percent, as in that only dental correction will be taken into consideration. Hope this helps. Kind regards.
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.. gone through the attachment (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Anterior teeth look flared up in the model and there is increased inclination. If you have a doubt, then it is better to inform a word to your orthodontist. Read full
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