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Figure 4: (a) Maxillary occlusion view showing bilateral retained deciduous maxillary canine and absence of permanent right and left maxillary canine. (b) Left buccal occlusion. (c) Orthopantomograph revealed bilateral impacted maxillary canine in Lindauer sector 3. (d) Surgical exposure of left impacted maxillary canine. (e and f) Kilroy spring was used to provide eruptive force to left maxillary impacted canine. (g) Left buccal occlusion, (h) Maxillary occlusion view, and (i) Orthopantomograph after alignment of left maxillary canine

Figure 4: (a) Maxillary occlusion view showing bilateral retained deciduous maxillary canine and absence of permanent right and left maxillary canine. (b) Left buccal occlusion. (c) Orthopantomograph revealed bilateral impacted maxillary canine in Lindauer sector 3. (d) Surgical exposure of left impacted maxillary canine. (e and f) Kilroy spring was used to provide eruptive force to left maxillary impacted canine. (g) Left buccal occlusion, (h) Maxillary occlusion view, and (i) Orthopantomograph after alignment of left maxillary canine