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Sometimes it is necessary to propose an orthodontic retreatment to the patient, either to accommodate the patient's dissatisfaction with the clinical finding of occlusal problems that arise after the first orthodontic treatment or which have not been resolved by the latter.

The proposal for orthodontic retreatment is even more critical to be accepted by the patient and to be offered to the orthodontist, compared to the case of initial orthodontic therapy. 
For this reason, the diagnostic rigor must be emphasized further, as well as the definition of well-defined treatment objectives, shared with the patient and indeed viable.

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