Female patient, aged 13 years, with a Class I skeletal relationship. She was Class II dentally.
The incisor relationship was close to normal, although there was a midline discrepancy and a lack of space for erupting UR3.
This female patient was aged 16 years and showed a slightly high-angle pattern and a Class I skeletal pattern. There was pleasing balance and harmony to the pack profile. Molar relationship was Class I, but there was a Class II Canine relationship, anterior open bite and bilateral buccal cross-bite.
A male patient, aged 14y at the start of the treatment, with Class I skeletal bases on an average angle pattern.
Dentally, there was anterior crowding with a lack of space for upper permanent canines and deep-bite.
A female patient, aged 17 years, showed a mild Class III dental bases And a Class III molars relationship with reduce overbite. There was a slight upper arch crowding, posterior open bite on left side and cross bite bilaterally.