First Class

They are engaged in basal skeletal disharmonies, responsable for horizontal occlusal deficits, as transverse insufficiences, or vertical ones, as open or deep bite, where there aren’t alterations from class 2 and 3 dental classes.

S model

Suitable shape to a more oval cranial morphology and with more rounded dental arches

Cranial index: mesocefalo


øS model

Suitable shape to a squared-like cranial morphology, which characterizes a face with pronounced traits, frontal drift and prominent mandibular corners, square chin with squared-shaped dental arches

Cranial index: mesocefalo


C model

Suitable shape for an expanding cranial morphology with wide and rounded dental arches with a low palate, typical of a face roundish contour, in a burly subject.

Cranial index: brachycephalic


F model

Adapted shape to a complete cranial morphology with narrow palate and high and dental arches, frequently in the tall/thin subjects with oval facial contour.

Cranial index: dolichocephalic