MANAGEMENT OF MIDLINE DIASTEMA ALONG WITH GENERALIZED SPACING OF TEETH: A CASE REPORT
*Dr. Bina Nandi and Dr. Debasis Jana
Midline diastema refers to anterior midline spacing between the two maxillary central incisors. Spacing usually occurs as a result of disproportion between tooth size and arch length. A relative increased arch length or an decrease in tooth material can result in spacing. Many etiological factors are responsible for development of spacing. The case report presented here discuss the orthodontic management of generalized spacing of upper anterior region and midline diastema with proclined upper incisors.
Keywords: Arch length, midline diastema, preadjusted edgewise mechanics.
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