By Julia Harfin, Augusto Ureña
This publication is designed to fulfill the desires of all orthodontists attracted to treating teenagers, young people, and/or adults with brackets put on the palatal and lingual surfaces of enamel. It explains tips to in achieving first-class effects, corresponding to these bought with labial brackets, via innovations played completely in the dental place of work and keeping off use of high-priced outdoor laboratories. The publication is split into 3 elements. the 1st is dedicated to biomechanics, contemplating each one kind of malocclusion and describing the right way to organize the arches optimally. this isn't a theoretical part; really it covers features stated to be of best functional significance through scholars and medical professionals. the second one half explains the best way to deal with the most typical malocclusions, with step by step descriptions of options utilized in daily scientific perform. The concluding a part of the ebook describes completing strategies to reinforce aesthetics and discusses long term results.
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As there is no scientific evidence that determines the best protocol to maintain the correction of the rotated tooth, a long-term fixed retention is recommended. Phase II Anchorage Control Anchorage control is one of the most important chapters in orthodontic biomechanics. It is possible to classify it into three groups: minimum, reciprocal, and maximum anchorage. For lingual orthodontic treatment, an effective control is necessary with the help of some auxiliary appliances. The use of a Nance button with a transpalatal bar (TPA) is very useful in cases when maximum anchorage is required.
A b Fig. 0175″ was suggested until the retention was placed From the biological point of view, it is important to emphasize that the first archwire used must be very resilient to ensure very light forces at the beginning of the treatment. It is advisable that this archwire remains for a minimum period of 6–12 weeks. Lingual Utility Arch The intrusion of lower incisors is a real challenge not only in adolescents but in adults too. The use of a lingual utility arch is highly recommendable and easy to manage.
Geron S, Vardimon AD. Six anchorage keys in lingual orthodontic sliding mechanics. World J Orthod. 2003;4:258–65. Geron S, Shpack N, Kandos S, Davidovitch M. Anchorage los, a multifactorial response. Angle Orthod. 2003;5:730–7. Gibert A. In-house lingual bracket transfer systems I. In: Romano R, editor. Lingual and esthetic orthodontics. London: Quintessence; 2011. p. 255–74. Harfin J, Ureña A. Ortodoncia Lingual: procedimientos y aplicación clinica. Buenos Aires: Editorial Médica Panamericana; 2010.
Achieving Clinical Success in Lingual Orthodontics by Julia Harfin, Augusto Ureña