By Julia Harfin, Augusto Ureña
This publication is designed to fulfill the desires of all orthodontists drawn to treating youngsters, young people, and/or adults with brackets put on the palatal and lingual surfaces of teeth. It explains the way to in attaining very good effects, similar to these bought with labial brackets, via options played solely in the dental place of work and fending off use of pricy outdoors laboratories. The e-book is split into 3 elements. the 1st is dedicated to biomechanics, contemplating each one form of malocclusion and describing the best way to arrange the arches optimally. this isn't a theoretical part; really it covers facets said to be of leading useful significance through scholars and medical professionals. the second one half explains tips on how to deal with the most typical malocclusions, with step by step descriptions of ideas utilized in daily medical perform. The concluding a part of the booklet describes completing tactics to augment aesthetics and discusses long term results.
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Clear elastic chain is recommendable for esthetic reasons. a b Fig. 58 (a, b) Passing the elastomeric chain on the distal contact point The rotation was fully completed after 4 weeks (Fig. 59a, b). The gingival tissues were completely normal as well as the papillae. a b Fig. 0175″) for torque expression has to be in place at least 4 months (Fig. 60a, b). a b Fig. 60 (a, b) Final and fixed retention wire in place Phase II 29 This procedure is very predictable and easy to manage with less risk of collateral damage of the adjacent teeth.
An elastomeric chain is placed from the canine to the loop to move it distally (Fig. 43). Fig. 43 Partial canine retraction arch The following patient is a clear example. The chief complaint of the patient was midline deviation. The upper first right bicuspid had been extracted when she was a child during her first orthodontic treatment. The extraction of the upper left first bicuspid was recommended in order to correct the midline. Partial Canine Retraction 21 It is preferable to normalize the position of the left upper canine before the distalization of the incisors (Fig.
The extraction of the upper left first bicuspid was recommended in order to correct the midline. Partial Canine Retraction 21 It is preferable to normalize the position of the left upper canine before the distalization of the incisors (Fig. 44a, b). a b Fig. 44 (a, b) Partial retraction canine arch at the beginning and 3 months after When the canine was in the desired position, the treatment was completed with standard biomechanics. 0175″) arches are always suggested (Fig. 45a, b). a b Fig. 45 (a, b) Six and nine months in treatment 22 1 Biomechanics The results showed the normalization of the midline and the complete closure of the extraction space.