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Treatment is not diagnostic. Therapeutic common sense regarding class III dysmorphia Volume 91, issue 1-2, Juin 2020 - Numéro spécial 93e réunion scientifique Lille 2022 : Le diagnostic en orthodontie : actualités et perspectives

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Authors
1 Hôpital de la Timone, Service d’Odontologie, Unité fonctionnelle d’Orthopédie dento-faciale, 264 rue Saint-Pierre, 13385 Marseille cedex 05, France
2 Route de Lausanne 33, 1040 Echallens, Suisse
3 28 rue Montgrand, 13006 Marseille, France
4 33 rue de la Foussotte, 71640 Dracy-le-Fort, France
5 65 chemin de la Madonette Terron, 06200 Nice, France
* Correspondance

Introduction: Class III dysmorphia, classically distributed in hereditary or functional etiology, have often multifactorial causes. Breaking the dysmorpho-dysfunctional cascade with early treatment may seem to be an essential alternative to give growth a new orientation. Whether the treatments are preventive, interceptive with or without an appliance, orthodontic or surgical (early, first-line or late), this takes more account of the clinical form than of age. Materials and Methods: The authors, through clinical cases, will develop their therapeutic approach, based on clinical common sense. Conclusion: Waiting to act at the right time is essential to set up treatments based on proven therapies.