The main Class II adult complaining is the typical facial profile aspect. Treatment can range since (1) Extractions, (2) Temporary Anchorage Devices, (3) Orthognathic Surgery or (4) Various Combinations. The decision-making processes must be founded on diagnostic tools, objectives to be achieved and patients decision. The objective is to diisplay significant outcome in the facial profile with simple and predictable treatment approaches with evidence that old procedures remain updated. A case series of facial profiles attractiveness judgment before and after treatment scores as very good/excellent, good, fair and poor. Presentation of clinical case series and approaches used. Resulting in significant improvement in facial profile aesthetics. The concepts assigned varied from deficient in all cases before treatment to very good/excellent after treatment. Concluding in simpler procedures can lead to higher results in shorter time and with predictable results.
Identify and distinguish significant improvement in facial profile aesthetics.
Recognize that old procedures for facial aesthetics problems remain updated.
Presume that simpler procedure can lead to higher and predictable results in shorter time.