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In practice buy discount lozol 2.5 mg line, the extraction of the first primary molars is usually omitted purchase 2.5 mg lozol overnight delivery, and the decision thus becomes whether the primary canines should be extracted. Extraction of these teeth might be indicated where it is clear that orthodontic appliances should be minimized or avoided for some reason, or where the crowding is obviously severe and is causing gross incisor displacement or cross-bite. It is also sometimes indicated to encourage the eruption of an ectopic permanent tooth (see Section 14. However, it must always be borne in mind that the extractions will allow some mesial migration of the buccal segments, so increasing the crowding. The extractions should always be balanced by removing the contralateral canine to prevent a centreline shift, but it is not necessary to compensate by extracting the canines in the opposite arch. The primary first molars are extracted to encourage eruption of the first premolars. Mesial drift is greatest where there is a tendency to crowding, and it also becomes greater the more distal the tooth to be extracted is. It is greater in the upper arch than in the lower, as the upper permanent molars are distally inclined on eruption and readily move mesially by uprighting, whereas the lower permanent molars are mesially inclined on eruption and move forward less readily, but tilt mesially as they do so. Extraction of primary incisors usually causes virtually no drifting of other teeth, but if done very early may delay the eruption of the permanent incisors. There is also drift of the incisors into the space, which causes a centreline shift towards the extraction site. This should be prevented by balancing the extraction with loss of the contralateral canine. In the same way the extraction of a primary first molar allows mesial drift of the teeth distal to it, more than with the loss of a canine, and there may also be some effect on the centreline. Where the distribution of caries indicates loss of a primary canine on one side and a primary first molar on the other, these extractions can be regarded as balancing each other reasonably well and the contralateral teeth can be retained. Extraction of a primary second molar allows significant mesial migration of the first permanent molar in that quadrant, causing potentially severe local crowding with displacement or impaction of the second premolar, especially in the upper arch where mesial drift is greatest (Fig. How severe this is depends on the degree of crowding, and in a spaced arch the extraction has little effect. In principle, however, the loss of a primary second molar should be avoided if at all possible, especially in the upper arch. Primary second molar extractions should never be balanced on the contralateral side as there is very little effect on the centreline and the potential crowding becomes complicated even further. In general, there is no need to compensate primary tooth extractions with extractions in the opposing arch. Key Points Mixed dentition extractions • Early loss of primary teeth generally worsens crowding. The space they provide is remote from the labial segments and is poorly placed either for the relief of anterior crowding or for overjet reduction. Depending on the timing of the extractions, much of the space is lost to mesial migration of the second molars, especially in the upper arch (see Section 14. The behaviour of the lower second molars is fairly unpredictable following loss of lower first permanent molars and is greatly influenced by the timing of the extractions. In general, therefore, first permanent molars are only extracted if their long-term prognosis is felt to be poor, and the orthodontic management of these extractions aims to minimize disruption of the developing dentition. Where the loss of one or more first molars is necessary in the mixed dentition, the management of the extractions depends on whether or not the patient is likely to have active treatment with orthodontic appliances in the future⎯often a difficult judgement to make. A panoramic radiograph must be taken to confirm the presence of all permanent teeth (except for third molars) before finalizing the extractions. The following discussion assumes the presence of all permanent teeth⎯if a premolar is congenitally absent then the first molar in that quadrant should be saved if possible. Extraction of first permanent molars where no orthodontic treatment is planned The objective is to minimize disruption of the occlusion. Following the extraction of a first molar, the paths of eruption of adjacent unerupted teeth alter, and erupted adjacent and opposing teeth also start to drift. Many of these changes are unhelpful, but some can be used to advantage with careful planning. In general, the most obvious change is mesial drift of the second molar, especially in the upper arch. However, in the lower arch some distal movement of premolars and canines may also be expected, especially where the arch is crowded. The extraction of first molars can be a convenient way of relieving pre-molar crowding, especially in the lower arch. If carried out very early the unerupted lower second pre-molar migrates distally, sometimes leaving a space between the first and second premolars if the arch is uncrowded (Fig. If carried out late, as or after the lower second molars erupts, that tooth tilts mesially under occlusal forces and can cause an occlusal interference⎯especially if the opposing upper first molar overerupts into the lower extraction space (Fig. There is often residual space mesial to the tilted second molar and this poor relationship with the second premolar may cause a stagnation area. Extraction of the upper first molar⎯this eliminates the problem of overeruption of the opposing first molar, and removes the occlusal contact which exaggerates mesial tilting of the lower second molar (Fig. Careful timing of the extractions⎯ideally when the bifurcation of the roots of the lower second molar is starting to calcify, usually at about 8 1/2 - 9 1/2 years of age (Fig.