V24N02 | 2019 | Original Article | Pages 56 to 65
Daniela Cubas Pupulim, José Fernando Castanha Henriques, Guilherme Janson, Fernanda Pinelli Henriques, Karina Maria Salvatore Freitas, Daniela Garib
Malocclusion, Angle Class II, Orthodontic appliances, Tooth extraction,
Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the cephalometric changes in Class II division 1 malocclusion patients treated with Jones Jig appliance or with maxillary first premolar extractions. Methods: The sample consisted of 88 lateral cephalograms of 44 patients, divided into two groups. Group 1 consisted of 21 patients treated with Jones Jig appliance, with a mean initial age of 12.88 ± 1.23 years and final mean age of 17.18 ± 1.37 years, and a mean treatment time of 4.29 years. Group 2 comprised 23 patients treated with maxillary first premolar extractions, with a mean initial age of 13.59 ± 1.91 years and mean final age of 16.39 ± 1.97 years, and a mean treatment time of 2.8 years. Intergroup treatment changes were compared with t and Mann-Whitney tests. Results: Class II correction in G2 (maxillary first premolar extractions) presented significantly greater maxillary retrusion, reduction of anteroposterior apical base discrepancy, smaller increase in the lower anterior face height and significantly greater overjet reduction than G1 (Jones Jig). Conclusions: Treatment with maxillary first premolar extractions produced greater overjet reduction, but the two treatment protocols produced similar changes in the soft tissue profile.
Pupulim DC, Henriques JFC, Janson G, Henriques FP, Freitas KMS, Garib D. Comparison of dentoskeletal and soft tissue effects of Class II malocclusion treatment with Jones Jig appliance and with maxillary first premolar extractions. Dental Press J Orthod. 2019 Mar-Apr;24(2):56-65. DOI: //doi.org/10.1590/2177-6709.24.2.056-065.oar