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  • What can i do about a class 3 underbite & crossbite ...

    2021-9-2u2002·u2002Depending on the diagnosis, the upper jaw can be advanced, the lower teeth retracted or a combination of both involving orthodontics and/or surgery. See an Orthodontist: Depending on the severity of your underbite & crossbite you may be able to achieve a …

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  • (PDF) CROSSBITE SET UP IN CLASS III RELATION

    CROSSBITE SET UP IN CLASS III RELATION. Fig 1. Anterior cros sbite. Fig 2. Length and width of . maxillary ridge. Fig 3. Length and width of . mandibular ridge. www.idrr.in. January-February-Mar ...

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    Class III malocclusion (ANB -3°), crossbite anterior, prognated mandible (SNB 90°), proclination of upper anterior teeth (I : SN 121°), normal inclination of lower anterior teeth (I : MP 96°), counter-clockwise rotation mandible (MP:SN 23°). The patient was treated with

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  • Non-Surgical Orthodontic Treatment of Class III Adult with ...

    Class III malocclusion associated with posterior crossbite, anterior open bite pattern with asymmetric occlusion in adults can be a challenging orthodontic problem, especially for the nonsurgical treatment. Skeletal Class III anteroposterior discrepancies in adult patients are generally managed either by surgical-orthodontic treatment or by orthodontic camouflage through dentoalveolar ...

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  • Class III Malocclusion, Anterior Crossbite and Missing ...

    2020-1-30u2002·u2002Class III Malocclusion Treated with Mandibular First Molar Substitution JDO 56 Fig. 8: In the 4th month, anterior crossbite was corrected. The maxillary archwire was changed to 0.014x0.025-in CuNiTi, and the mandibular archwire was changed to 0.016x0.025-in Pre-Q NiTi. Fig. 9:

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  • Pseudo-Class III Malocclusion with Crossbite Fixed in 8-Days

    2021-3-2u2002·u2002Pseudo-Class III Malocclusion with Crossbite Fixed in 8-Days. Life Transformation without Surgery, Braces, Aligners, and No Drilling down Healthy Teeth. Treating Patients in Los Angeles, CA from All Over the United States and the World in Santa Monica, CA

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    Class III malocclusion (ANB -3°), crossbite anterior, prognated mandible (SNB 90°), proclination of upper anterior teeth (I : SN 121°), normal inclination of lower anterior teeth (I : MP 96°), counter-clockwise rotation mandible (MP:SN 23°). The patient was treated with

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  • (PDF) CROSSBITE SET UP IN CLASS III RELATION

    CROSSBITE SET UP IN CLASS III RELATION. Fig 1. Anterior cros sbite. Fig 2. Length and width of . maxillary ridge. Fig 3. Length and width of . mandibular ridge. www.idrr.in. January-February-Mar ...

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  • Pseudo-Class III Malocclusion with Crossbite Fixed in 8-Days

    2021-3-2u2002·u2002Pseudo-Class III Malocclusion with Crossbite Fixed in 8-Days. Life Transformation without Surgery, Braces, Aligners, and No Drilling down Healthy Teeth. Treating Patients in Los Angeles, CA from All Over the United States and the World in Santa Monica, CA

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  • Non-Surgical Orthodontic Treatment of Class III Adult with ...

    Class III malocclusion associated with posterior crossbite, anterior open bite pattern with asymmetric occlusion in adults can be a challenging orthodontic problem, especially for the nonsurgical treatment. Skeletal Class III anteroposterior discrepancies in adult patients are generally managed either by surgical-orthodontic treatment or by orthodontic camouflage through dentoalveolar ...

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  • Camouflage Treatment of Skeletal Class III Malocclusion ...

    2019-5-15u2002·u2002Camouflage Treatment of Skeletal Class III Malocclusion with Anterior Crossbite in Adults: A Case Series Aniruddh V Yashwant1, U B Rajasekaran2, Helen Rachel Xavier3, Lijin James 3, Basil Joseph 1Senior Lecturer, Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics, Indira Gandhi Institute of Dental Sciences, Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth,

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  • Class III Malocclusion - an overview

    Figs 3.34, 3.35 & 3.36 Pretreatment intraoral photographs showing hypoplastic maxilla, Class III molar relationship, bilateral posterior crossbite, anterior crossbite, upper centerline deviation and blocked out upper left canine.

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  • Diagnosis and conservative treatment of skeletal Class III ...

    A man, aged 28 years 9 months, came for an orthodontic consultation for a skeletal Class III malocclusion (ANB angle, -3°) with a modest asymmetric Class II and Class III molar relationship, complicated by an anterior crossbite, a deepbite, and 12 mm of asymmetric maxillary crowding. Despite the sev …

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  • Early correction of a developing Class III Malocclusion ...

    A common characteristic found in the pseudo class III malocclusion is the anterior crossbite. This problem should be corrected at the earliest time possible because the anterior interlock could interfere in the maxillary growth and dental development, which can aggravate the class III disharmony [3-5].

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  • (PDF) Treatment Planning in Class III Malocclusion

    In Class III malocclusion, the overjet is reduced and may be reversed, with one or more incisor teeth in lingual crossbite. In the early mixed dentition, and in older patients with mild skeletal ...

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  • Nonsurgical Correction of Severe Skeletal Class III ...

    O ptimal treatment of a Class III malocclusion with skeletal disharmony requires orthognathic surgery complemented by orthodontics. 1 Treating such cases becomes much more challenging when the patient rejects surgery due to fear, cost, or esthetic concerns, but continues to expect a good result.. Several treatment options have been proposed for these types of cases, 2,3 including extraction ...

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    Class III malocclusion (ANB -3°), crossbite anterior, prognated mandible (SNB 90°), proclination of upper anterior teeth (I : SN 121°), normal inclination of lower anterior teeth (I : MP 96°), counter-clockwise rotation mandible (MP:SN 23°). The patient was treated with

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  • (PDF) CROSSBITE SET UP IN CLASS III RELATION

    CROSSBITE SET UP IN CLASS III RELATION. Fig 1. Anterior cros sbite. Fig 2. Length and width of . maxillary ridge. Fig 3. Length and width of . mandibular ridge. www.idrr.in. January-February-Mar ...

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  • Pseudo-Class III Malocclusion with Crossbite Fixed in 8-Days

    2021-3-2u2002·u2002Pseudo-Class III Malocclusion with Crossbite Fixed in 8-Days. Life Transformation without Surgery, Braces, Aligners, and No Drilling down Healthy Teeth. Treating Patients in Los Angeles, CA from All Over the United States and the World in Santa Monica, CA

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  • Early Treatment of Class III Malocclusion: A Boon or a

    2014-8-29u2002·u2002The anterior crossbite extended from deciduous canine on the right side to the left side. The molar relation on both the sides was class III with reverse overjet of 2 mm and a reverse overbite of 3 mm (Figs 2 and and3 3).

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  • Treatment of a Class III Malocclusion with Anterior ...

    2018-1-31u2002·u2002consultation with Class III malocclusion, anterior crossbite and deep overbite. He had a decreased vertical dimension of occlusion (VDO), lip redundancy, mildly concave profile, and a slightly protrusive lower lip (Figs. 1, 2 and 3). The chief complaint was poor dental esthetics and function due to the anterior crossbite. Medical and dental

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  • (PDF) Case Study of Class III Malocclusion with Unilateral ...

    (3) from mandibular prognathism, maxillary retrusion or a combination of Class III malocclusion is a difficult both. (1) Typical Class III malocclusion anomaly to understand. Studies associated to edge to edge or reverse conducted to identify the etiologic overjet, crossbite at the incisors features of Class III malocclusion relationship.

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  • Class III malocclusion with severe facial asymmetry ...

    2003-10-1u2002·u2002The molar relationship was Class III on the right side and Class I on the left. A posterior crossbite was present on the right side. The mandibular arch form was asymmetric, with lingual inclination of the mandibular right molars and buccal inclination of the maxillary right molars (Fig 2, Fig 3, Fig 4).

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  • Early correction of a developing Class III Malocclusion ...

    A common characteristic found in the pseudo class III malocclusion is the anterior crossbite. This problem should be corrected at the earliest time possible because the anterior interlock could interfere in the maxillary growth and dental development, which can aggravate the class III disharmony [3-5].

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  • Classification of Angle Class III malocclusion and its ...

    2004-7-29u2002·u2002anterior crossbite or Class III malocclu-sion results from the mandible. It is there-fore sufficient to perform mandibular surgery alone (for example, sagittal split ramus osteotomy) to achieve a normal or ideal facial appearance (Fig 3, Table 3). Type B has maxillary and mandibular excess, but the mandible has grown more than the maxilla ...

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  • Classification of Malocclusion - Columbia University

    2006-6-6u2002·u2002Class I Malocclusion A normal molar relationship exists but there is crowding, misalignment of the teeth, cross bites, etc. 20 Class II Malocclusion ... A Posterior Crossbite is present when posterior teeth occlude in an abnormal …

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    Class III malocclusion (ANB -3°), crossbite anterior, prognated mandible (SNB 90°), proclination of upper anterior teeth (I : SN 121°), normal inclination of lower anterior teeth (I : MP 96°), counter-clockwise rotation mandible (MP:SN 23°). The patient was treated with

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  • Early Treatment of Class III Malocclusion: A Boon or a

    2014-8-29u2002·u2002The anterior crossbite extended from deciduous canine on the right side to the left side. The molar relation on both the sides was class III with reverse overjet of 2 mm and a reverse overbite of 3 mm (Figs 2 and and3 3).

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  • Review Article Treatment of Class III problems begins

    2019-4-10u2002·u20023-5% (Table 1).1-9 In studies of US Afri-can-American population groups, the prevalence l°-13 is approximately 3-6%. Though few epidemiologic studies are available for other ethnic groups, higher frequency of Class III malocclusion is reported in Asian popula-tions.1~-16 Etiology of Class III malocclusion

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  • (PDF) Case Study of Class III Malocclusion with Unilateral ...

    (3) from mandibular prognathism, maxillary retrusion or a combination of Class III malocclusion is a difficult both. (1) Typical Class III malocclusion anomaly to understand. Studies associated to edge to edge or reverse conducted to identify the etiologic overjet, crossbite at the incisors features of Class III malocclusion relationship.

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  • Early correction of a developing Class III Malocclusion ...

    A common characteristic found in the pseudo class III malocclusion is the anterior crossbite. This problem should be corrected at the earliest time possible because the anterior interlock could interfere in the maxillary growth and dental development, which can aggravate the class III disharmony [3-5].

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  • (PDF) Treatment Planning in Class III Malocclusion

    In Class III malocclusion, the overjet is reduced and may be reversed, with one or more incisor teeth in lingual crossbite. In the early mixed dentition, and in older patients with mild skeletal ...

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  • I have a class III crossbite. I need double jaw surgery to ...

    2015-3-9u2002·u2002I HAVE A CLASS III... I have a class III crossbite. I need double jaw surgery to fix and I am considering it. Is it a risky procedure? (Photo) ... Meaning you split the upper jaw into 2 or 3 pieces. That can decrease the vasculature in certain segments and you risk necrosis of that segment. You rarely see this with a single piece upper jaw surgery.

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  • Class III malocclusion with unilateral posterior crossbite ...

    As regards dental pattern (Figs 1 and 2), she presented with an Angle Class III, subdivision left malocclusion, no mandibular dentoalveolar discrepancy, 3 mm overbite, 2 mm overjet, crowding in the upper anterior region, U-shaped maxillary arch, contracted on the right side, lower arch slightly expanded on the right side, posterior crossbite on ...

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  • Classification of Angle Class III malocclusion and its ...

    2004-7-29u2002·u2002anterior crossbite or Class III malocclu-sion results from the mandible. It is there-fore sufficient to perform mandibular surgery alone (for example, sagittal split ramus osteotomy) to achieve a normal or ideal facial appearance (Fig 3, Table 3). Type B has maxillary and mandibular excess, but the mandible has grown more than the maxilla ...

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  • Myobrace® for Interceptive Class III Stage 3 - i-3H

    Myobrace® for Interceptive Class III Stage 3 - i-3H. Finalise alignment, habit correction and retention. ... Once the anterior crossbite had been resolved, and a good overbite and overjet relationship of the anterior teeth was established, the patient was issued a K2 appliance.

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    Class III malocclusion (ANB -3°), crossbite anterior, prognated mandible (SNB 90°), proclination of upper anterior teeth (I : SN 121°), normal inclination of lower anterior teeth (I : MP 96°), counter-clockwise rotation mandible (MP:SN 23°). The patient was treated with

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  • Review Article Treatment of Class III problems begins

    2019-4-10u2002·u20023-5% (Table 1).1-9 In studies of US Afri-can-American population groups, the prevalence l°-13 is approximately 3-6%. Though few epidemiologic studies are available for other ethnic groups, higher frequency of Class III malocclusion is reported in Asian popula …

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  • Management of skeletal Class III malocclusion with ...

    2015-8-24u2002·u2002After the second phase, maxillary molars were extruded to achieve occlusion. Class I canine and molar relationship were achieved. Moreover, anterior-posterior crossbite and midline shift were corrected. At the end of treatment, the overbite was +2.5 mm from +6 mm and overjet was +2.5 mm from −3.5 mm [Figures 10-12 and Table 1]. Skeletal

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  • (PDF) Case Study of Class III Malocclusion with Unilateral ...

    (3) from mandibular prognathism, maxillary retrusion or a combination of Class III malocclusion is a difficult both. (1) Typical Class III malocclusion anomaly to understand. Studies associated to edge to edge or reverse conducted to identify the etiologic overjet, crossbite at the incisors features of Class III malocclusion relationship.

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  • Class III malocclusion with unilateral posterior crossbite ...

    As regards dental pattern (Figs 1 and 2), she presented with an Angle Class III, subdivision left malocclusion, no mandibular dentoalveolar discrepancy, 3 mm overbite, 2 mm overjet, crowding in the upper anterior region, U-shaped maxillary arch, contracted on the right side, lower arch slightly expanded on the right side, posterior crossbite on ...

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  • I have a class III crossbite. I need double jaw surgery to ...

    2015-3-9u2002·u2002I HAVE A CLASS III... I have a class III crossbite. I need double jaw surgery to fix and I am considering it. Is it a risky procedure? (Photo) ... Meaning you split the upper jaw into 2 or 3 pieces. That can decrease the vasculature in certain segments and you risk necrosis of that segment. You rarely see this with a single piece upper jaw surgery.

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  • Classification of Angle Class III malocclusion and its ...

    2004-7-29u2002·u2002anterior crossbite or Class III malocclu-sion results from the mandible. It is there-fore sufficient to perform mandibular surgery alone (for example, sagittal split ramus osteotomy) to achieve a normal or ideal facial appearance (Fig 3, Table 3). Type B has maxillary and mandibular excess, but the mandible has grown more than the maxilla ...

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  • Myobrace® for Interceptive Class III Stage 3 - i-3H

    Myobrace® for Interceptive Class III Stage 3 - i-3H. Finalise alignment, habit correction and retention. ... Once the anterior crossbite had been resolved, and a good overbite and overjet relationship of the anterior teeth was established, the patient was issued a K2 appliance.

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  • Evolution of Class III treatment in orthodontics

    2015-7-15u2002·u2002TREATMENT OF PSEUDO-CLASS III MALOCCLUSION A pseudo-Class III malocclusion is characterized by an anterior crossbite caused by a forward functional displacement of the mandible. In the mixed dentition, the patient usually has a mesial step that is less than 3 mm. The maxillary incisors are retroclined, and the

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  • Class III malocclusion - Dr Sylvain Chamberland

    Class III A class III intermaxillary relationship means that the lower teeth are shifted forward with regard to the upper teeth. The embrasure between the lower canine and the lower first premolar is shifted forward with regard to the upper canine (blue arrows). The center of …

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  • Treatment of Anterior Crossbite in Class III Malocclusion

    Class III malocclusion (ANB -3°), crossbite anterior, prognated mandible (SNB 90°), proclination of upper anterior teeth (I : SN 121°), normal inclination of lower anterior teeth (I : MP 96°), counter-clockwise rotation mandible (MP:SN 23°). The patient was treated with

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  • Management of skeletal Class III malocclusion with ...

    2015-8-24u2002·u2002After the second phase, maxillary molars were extruded to achieve occlusion. Class I canine and molar relationship were achieved. Moreover, anterior-posterior crossbite and midline shift were corrected. At the end of treatment, the overbite was +2.5 mm from +6 mm and overjet was +2.5 mm from −3.5 mm [Figures 10-12 and Table 1]. Skeletal

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  • I have a class III crossbite. I need double jaw surgery to ...

    2015-3-9u2002·u2002I HAVE A CLASS III... I have a class III crossbite. I need double jaw surgery to fix and I am considering it. Is it a risky procedure? (Photo) ... Meaning you split the upper jaw into 2 or 3 pieces. That can decrease the vasculature in certain segments and you risk necrosis of that segment. You rarely see this with a single piece upper jaw surgery.

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  • A Simplified Digital Approach to the Treatment of a ...

    2021-9-30u2002·u2002crossbite using orthopaedic expansion procedures avoiding dental compensations; achievement of a first-class canine and molar occlusion with good compensation of the skeletal problems; correction of the overbite and overjet; improve-ment, or at least nondeterioration of the facial aesthetics; and visibility of the upper incisors when smiling. 2.3.

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  • Class III Treatment Photos

    2021-9-29u2002·u2002We are committed to continually posting new cases on our site to illustrate our commitment to the highest standard of orthodontic treatment and our commitment to remain in the forefront of our profession. Before Braces Class III Malocclusion Anterior & Posterior Cross-bites Blocked Out Canines 2nd Molars Erupted Into Complete Cross-bite.

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  • Classification of Malocclusion - Columbia University

    2006-6-6u2002·u2002Class I Malocclusion A normal molar relationship exists but there is crowding, misalignment of the teeth, cross bites, etc. 20 Class II Malocclusion ... A Posterior Crossbite is present when posterior teeth occlude in an abnormal buccolingual relation with the antagonistic teeth.

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  • Class 3 Malocclusion Before & After Treatment

    Class III problems, commonly called an underbite, represent an abnormal bite relationship in which the lower jaw and teeth are positioned in front of the upper jaw. Schedule a Consultation (215) 643-9640

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  • Treatment of Anterior Dental Crossbite Using Bonded

    2018-9-21u2002·u2002Angle Class I relationship and coincident centric occlusion and centric relation.3 Anterior dental crossbite has a reported incidence of 4-5% and usually becomes evident during the early mixed-dentition phase.4-7 A variety of factors have been reported to cause anterior dental crossbite, including a …

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  • Myobrace® for Interceptive Class III – P-3

    Dental correction for Class III in the permanent dentition. The P-3 ® is a specialty appliance that focuses on correction of a dental Class III relationship in the developing permanent and permanent dentition. It also provides retention of arch form, breathing and myofunctional habits.

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  • Correction of Posterior Crossbites: Diagnosis and

    2019-4-1u2002·u2002266 Binder Correction of posterior crossbites Pediatric Dentistry – 26:3, 2004 clinical section Clinical Section M any patients have a noticeable crossbite of the buccal segments when their occlusion is in maxi-mum intercuspation. Less frequently recognized, there might be a narrowing of the maxilla or palate without an apparent crossbite.

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