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A wrought wire clasp is considered most effective in Kennedy Class:

 # A wrought wire clasp is considered most effective in Kennedy Class: 
A. III cases for periodontally weakened abutment teeth
B. I cases for periodontally weakened abutment teeth
C. II cases for the non edentulous side
D. IV cases with periodontally weakened teeth

The correct answer is B. I cases for periodontally weakened abutment teeth.

The wrought wire clasp is generally considered to flex and be kinder to the abutment tooth periodontally although it engages the undercuts about two to three times greater than a cast clasp. 

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