Many patients present to an orthodontic office with some degree of ClassII malocclusion. The treatment approach for correcting a Class IImalocclusion depends on various factors, including the type and degreeof skeletal dysplasia, facial profile, remaining growth, anteroposteriormolar and canine relationship, degree of crowding, malposition ormalformation of teeth, patient compliance, and the patient’s acceptanceof the treatment plan. This article will focus on one particular meansof Class II correction: dental camouflaging with maxillary premolarextraction.

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