MRC Myobrace Interceptive Class i3
Children Age 5-8 Year
Starting at ₹5,100.00
CLASS III CORRECTION FOR THE GROWING CHILD
The Myobrace Interceptive Class III™ was designed specifically for the early interception of class III malocclusion. The appliance assists in repositioning the tongue from the lower jaw to the upper jaw. This helps to correct class III malocclusion if used early, before a child’s permanent anterior teeth are still coming through (ages 5 through 8; late primary and early-mixed dentition, three sizes available).
- Dynamicore™ with Frankel Cage - assists in widening the upper jaw, allowing more space for the tongue. (The i-3n does not feature the Frankel Cage).
- Small breathing holes and dual arch form prevent mouth breathing, which is common in most Class III cases.
- Tongue Guard and tongue elevators train the tongue to position correctly. This can prevent unwanted lower jaw growth.
Myobrace Interceptive class i-3
The Myobrace Interceptive Class III™ is a three-stage appliance system designed specifically to correct poor oral habits while limiting the excessive lower jaw development problems commonly associated with patients who have class III. The Myobrace Interceptive Class III™ is most effective before a child’s permanent teeth are coming through (ages 5 to 8) and is available in three sizes. The i-3® provides arch development in addition to habit correction. It features Dynamicore™ with a Frankel Cage which assists in developing the arch form and improving the dental alignment. The i-3® is available in three sizes, in yellow or clear.
MRC has pioneered the use of appliances to correct myofunctional habits in growing children and has proven success in orthodontic correction without braces. This treatment can also lead to better facial development in growing children. The key to this treatment is correcting the position and function of the tongue, obtaining correct nose breathing and retraining the oral muscles to function correctly.
Myobrace® appliances effectively train the tongue to position correctly in the upper jaw, retrain oral musculature and exert light forces to align the teeth.