Informationen aus Orthodontie & Kieferorthopädie 2020; 52(04): 313-317
DOI: 10.1055/a-1241-9980

Einstellung der Oberkiefer-Eckzähne mit Tendenz zur Retention/Verlagerung und Transposition – Diagnostik und Therapie

Orthodontic Treatment for Setting Maxillary Canines with a Tendency to Displacement and Transposition – Diagnostics and Therapy
Alexa Zahn
1   Klinik für Kieferorthopädie, Universität Freiburg
Ralf Müller-Hartwich
2   Praxis für Kieferorthopädie, Adentics – Die Kieferorthopäden, Berlin
Britta A. Jung
1   Klinik für Kieferorthopädie, Universität Freiburg
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Der vorliegende Patientenfall thematisiert eine kieferorthopädische Behandlung zur Einstellung von Oberkiefereckzähnen mit der Tendenz zur Verlagerung und Transposition durch mesiale Migration.


The present patient case deals with an orthodontic treatment for setting maxillary canines, with a tendency to displacement and transposition through mesial migration.

Publication History

Article published online:
02 December 2020

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