By Julia Harfin, Augusto Ureña
This e-book is designed to satisfy the desires of all orthodontists drawn to treating young ones, children, and/or adults with brackets put on the palatal and lingual surfaces of enamel. It explains how you can in achieving first-class effects, resembling these got with labial brackets, through thoughts played solely in the dental workplace and fending off use of high-priced open air laboratories. The publication is split into 3 components. the 1st is dedicated to biomechanics, contemplating every one kind of malocclusion and describing tips to arrange the arches optimally. this isn't a theoretical part; particularly it covers facets said to be of leading functional significance by means of scholars and medical professionals. the second one half explains tips to deal with the most typical malocclusions, with step by step descriptions of thoughts utilized in daily scientific perform. The concluding a part of the e-book describes completing strategies to reinforce aesthetics and discusses long term results.
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A b Fig. 64 (a, b) Upper and lower labial retention wires for anchorage reinforcement When extractions are indicated, the initial malocclusion and facial and muscular biotype must be taken into consideration during the diagnosis process and treatment objectives for individualized treatment. This would lead us to choose the best method for space closure needed to reduce friction, bowing effect, and torque loss. Sliding mechanics and retraction en masse are the most suitable choices. It is important to increase the reverse curve in the retraction arches every time the patient comes to the office.
A b Fig. 72 (a, b) Activated elastic chains from the lateral hooks to molars are in place When en masse retraction is proposed, different types of loop figures could be used: a T loop, omega, or any horizontal closed loop. It is important to remember that the retraction of the anterior teeth should not be performed with round wires. An extra torque on the incisors is suggested before the omega loop is activated. The omega loop has good acceptance for the patient with no harmful consequence to the gingival tissues.