Deciduous Anterior Cross Bite

Unlike his brother, Andrew (7 years 10 months old) does not have missing teeth (Fig.1-3).  But there is anterior cross bite involving the deciduous teeth (Fig.2: B, C).  It appears that the permanent lower central incisors (Fig.1: #1) have erupted into the normal position (Fig.2).  It is hoped that the anterior cross bite is a temporary phenomenon.

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Xin Wei, DDS, PhD, MS 1st edition 07/04/2016, last revision 09/15/2019