Rush run on the classification system of class II malocclusion

  • Aswathy Krishna Postgraduates, Maharaja Ganga Singh Dental College ,Rajasthan
  • Lukka Jagadish Babu Postgraduates, Maharaja Ganga Singh Dental College ,Rajasthan
Keywords: Classification, Class II malocclusion, Skeletal relationships

Abstract

Different variants of malocclusion are evident which enables the clinicians or professionalists difficult to communicate with each other and concluding the treatment planning. Classification and labeling the malocclusion make the clinicians/ professionalists easier, faster, accurate to communicate between them. Standardization is needed in every topic of the discussion thus the objective of these studies reveals some of the standard classifications of class 2 malocclusion and describes the different forms of classification system available in this topic of discussion. Class 2 malocclusion is the commonest form of malocclusion after Class 1, thus the proposed skeletal, dental, functional classification gives a detailed accuracy on the determination of treatment planning.

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Aswathy Krishna, Lukka Jagadish Babu. Rush run on the classification system of class II malocclusion. Med. res. chronicles [Internet]. 2019Oct.31 [cited 2024May20];6(5):241-8. Available from: https://medrech.com/index.php/medrech/article/view/395
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