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Zoledronic acid and alendronate sodium and the implications in orthodontic movement
Structured Abstract ObjectiveTo evaluate orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) in rats treated with two types of bisphosphonates (BPs), alendronate sodium (A) and zoledronic acid (Z). DesignIn all, 15 male Wistar rats were ...
Occlusal trauma can not be compared to orthodontic movement or Occlusal trauma in orthodontic practice and V-shaped recession
(Dental Press International, 2012)
The mechanisms of tissue changes induced by occlusal trauma are in no way comparable to orthodontic movement. In both events the primary cause is of a physical nature, but the forces delivered to dental tissues exhibit ...
Corticotomy: historical perspective
(Facultad de Odontología, 2016)
From ideal occlusion to dentofacial deformity and back to ideal: an osteochondroma treatment with lingual orthodontics
This original case report describes the morphologic changes caused by a mandibular condylar osteochondroma (OC) on a female patient and its treatment. The changes were identified by comparing her final records from a ...
Uprighting impacted mandibular second molars with orthodontic elastic separating rings.
A 16-year-old girl presented with complaints of recurrent spontaneous pain in the mandibular second molar region. Treatment favored use of a simple uprighting technique involving orthodontic elastic separating rings.
Pre-Prosthetic Orthodontic Treatment Using Personalized Elastic Separators for Optimization of Emergence Profile in Esthetic Crowns: A Clinical Report
Restoring a misaligned tooth with an inadequate contact point is a challenge to the practitioner. In some instances, teeth that could be repositioned and adequately restored are extracted. Thus, the aim of this article was ...