This technical note aims to present the fabrication and application of a new generation of posterior intrusion appliances using zygomatic anchorage. The use of zygomatic anchorage enables en masse impaction of the posterior segment without any side effects such as labial flaring. A 14-year-old, female Class II patient with an anterior open bite was treated with a new generation posterior intrusion appliance. At the end of treatment, a Class I canine and molar relationship and a correction of the anterior open bite were achieved. The molars were impacted 3.6 mm, and this impaction was maintained throughout the treatment. The mandibular plane showed a counterclockwise autorotation of 4 degrees. This case report demonstrates that zygomatic anchorage can be used effectively for molar intrusion and anchorage maintenance. However, further clinical studies with larger samples are required to confirm its effectiveness.