Limits...
Accelerated Tooth Movement and Temporary Skeletal Anchorage Devices (TSADs).

Kim SH, Lee SJ, Nelson G, Kim KB - Int J Dent (2014)

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, Kyung Hee University, Seoul 130-701, Republic of Korea.

AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED EXCERPT
Please rate it.

Accelerated tooth movement (ATM) has been one of the vital treatment considerations in orthodontics... In clinical practice, the combination of ATM and TSADs together can further advance treatment efficiency and efficacy of patients achieving treatment goals... They evaluated the influence of recycling process on the torsional strength of mini-implants... The recycling protocols did not influence torsional strength of bone screws even when sandblast cleaning produced an abrasive mechanical stripping of the screw surface, but the structural loss was not sufficient to significantly influence the fracture torque... The stability of TSADs with minimum number of TSADs for enabling the detailed 3-dimensional tooth movement has been suggested by 3D CAD/CAM clinical study of S.-Y... This report describes CAD/CAM fabrication of the complex anteroposterior lingual bonded retraction appliance for intrusive retraction of the maxillary anterior dentition... In conclusion, TSADs have tremendously broadened the orthodontic treatment scope and impacted on reducing the need for surgical treatment... Application of TSADs for the ATM and the stability of TSADs within alveolar bone are critical; therefore, the original articles in this special issue on the methods of TSADs implantation and surface finish in terms of stability would pose significant role in future of contemporary orthodontics... In addition, recent advancement of 3D CAD/CAM imaging would permit least number of TSADs for the maximum treatment effect accurately... Shin-Jae Lee Gerald Nelson Ki Beom Kim

No MeSH data available.


© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection


getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4281396&req=5

Mentions: They evaluated the influence of recycling process on the torsional strength of mini-implants. The recycling protocols did not influence torsional strength of bone screws even when sandblast cleaning produced an abrasive mechanical stripping of the screw surface, but the structural loss was not sufficient to significantly influence the fracture torque. The stability of TSADs with minimum number of TSADs for enabling the detailed 3-dimensional tooth movement has been suggested by 3D CAD/CAM clinical study of S.-Y. Kwon et al. In their study, custom lingual orthodontic appliances named kinematics of lingual bar on nonparalleling technique (KILBON) were virtually designed by merging 3D model images with lateral and posterior-anterior cephalograms (Figure 1). This report describes CAD/CAM fabrication of the complex anteroposterior lingual bonded retraction appliance for intrusive retraction of the maxillary anterior dentition.


Accelerated Tooth Movement and Temporary Skeletal Anchorage Devices (TSADs).

Kim SH, Lee SJ, Nelson G, Kim KB - Int J Dent (2014)

© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

Show All Figures
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4281396&req=5

Mentions: They evaluated the influence of recycling process on the torsional strength of mini-implants. The recycling protocols did not influence torsional strength of bone screws even when sandblast cleaning produced an abrasive mechanical stripping of the screw surface, but the structural loss was not sufficient to significantly influence the fracture torque. The stability of TSADs with minimum number of TSADs for enabling the detailed 3-dimensional tooth movement has been suggested by 3D CAD/CAM clinical study of S.-Y. Kwon et al. In their study, custom lingual orthodontic appliances named kinematics of lingual bar on nonparalleling technique (KILBON) were virtually designed by merging 3D model images with lateral and posterior-anterior cephalograms (Figure 1). This report describes CAD/CAM fabrication of the complex anteroposterior lingual bonded retraction appliance for intrusive retraction of the maxillary anterior dentition.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, Kyung Hee University, Seoul 130-701, Republic of Korea.

AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED EXCERPT
Please rate it.

Accelerated tooth movement (ATM) has been one of the vital treatment considerations in orthodontics... In clinical practice, the combination of ATM and TSADs together can further advance treatment efficiency and efficacy of patients achieving treatment goals... They evaluated the influence of recycling process on the torsional strength of mini-implants... The recycling protocols did not influence torsional strength of bone screws even when sandblast cleaning produced an abrasive mechanical stripping of the screw surface, but the structural loss was not sufficient to significantly influence the fracture torque... The stability of TSADs with minimum number of TSADs for enabling the detailed 3-dimensional tooth movement has been suggested by 3D CAD/CAM clinical study of S.-Y... This report describes CAD/CAM fabrication of the complex anteroposterior lingual bonded retraction appliance for intrusive retraction of the maxillary anterior dentition... In conclusion, TSADs have tremendously broadened the orthodontic treatment scope and impacted on reducing the need for surgical treatment... Application of TSADs for the ATM and the stability of TSADs within alveolar bone are critical; therefore, the original articles in this special issue on the methods of TSADs implantation and surface finish in terms of stability would pose significant role in future of contemporary orthodontics... In addition, recent advancement of 3D CAD/CAM imaging would permit least number of TSADs for the maximum treatment effect accurately... Shin-Jae Lee Gerald Nelson Ki Beom Kim

No MeSH data available.