Cojocariu Carolina-Stana

Title: Class I dento-maxillary anomalies Angle

Class I Angle anomalies are characterized by primary or acquired growth and development disorders of the dental, alveolar system and, to a much lesser extent, of the maxillary bone bases, which causes major imbalances at the level of the dento-alveolar arches and occlusal. The common feature is the normal intermaxillary relationship in the sagittal plane. Class I malocclusion is quite common in our population. Unidental position anomalies are usually associated with Class I Angle, we also frequently encounter dento-alveolar disharmony with tooth crowding and spacing. Depending on the patient’s age, orthodontic treatment can be performed both by mobile or mobilizable biomechanical therapy and by fixed therapy.