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Xu Weihua

Character introduction
Head of the Department of Orthodontics in Stomatological Hospital of Guizhou Medical University
Head of the Teaching and Research Section
Fellow of the Chinese Orthodontic Society (COS) in Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA)
Initial team of the Chinese Orthodontic Society (COS) in Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA)
Director of Guizhou Stomatological Association,
Previous head of Guizhou Stomatological Association in orthodontics,
Editorial member of Chines Journal of Orthodontics
Tutor of Tweed Center, China
Visiting Scholar of Case Western Reserve University, America
Abstract
Topic: Strategies for Treating the Class III Malocclusion

Class III malocclusion is a common malformation in clinic with the incidence of 3.69% in China and 13.5% in Japan. This type of malocclusion is caused by genetic, which is worse in prognosis, and environmental factors including bad tongue and oral habit. In addition, oral breathing is increasingly considered as an important reason in recent study.

Class III malocclusion can be divided in to 3 categories – dental, skeletal and functional class III malocclusion, which are of great importance to diagnosis and prognosis. Class III malocclusion is should be treated as early as possible thus relating to primary teeth period. Early diagnosis and treatment can contribute vastly to prognosis.

Class III malocclusion can impair the facial aesthetics, masticatory functionality and psychological conditions of patients. It interferes the growth of the maxilla, functionality of TMJ. In conclusion, the difficulty diagnosis and treatment of Class III malocclusion is a great obstacle for decent prognosis.
Character introduction
Head of the Department of Orthodontics in Stomatological Hospital of Guizhou Medical University
Head of the Teaching and Research Section
Fellow of the Chinese Orthodontic Society (COS) in Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA)
Initial team of the Chinese Orthodontic Society (COS) in Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA)
Director of Guizhou Stomatological Association,
Previous head of Guizhou Stomatological Association in orthodontics,
Editorial member of Chines Journal of Orthodontics
Tutor of Tweed Center, China
Visiting Scholar of Case Western Reserve University, America
Abstract
Topic: Strategies for Treating the Class III Malocclusion

Class III malocclusion is a common malformation in clinic with the incidence of 3.69% in China and 13.5% in Japan. This type of malocclusion is caused by genetic, which is worse in prognosis, and environmental factors including bad tongue and oral habit. In addition, oral breathing is increasingly considered as an important reason in recent study.

Class III malocclusion can be divided in to 3 categories – dental, skeletal and functional class III malocclusion, which are of great importance to diagnosis and prognosis. Class III malocclusion is should be treated as early as possible thus relating to primary teeth period. Early diagnosis and treatment can contribute vastly to prognosis.

Class III malocclusion can impair the facial aesthetics, masticatory functionality and psychological conditions of patients. It interferes the growth of the maxilla, functionality of TMJ. In conclusion, the difficulty diagnosis and treatment of Class III malocclusion is a great obstacle for decent prognosis.
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