Laura Mitchell's An Introduction to Orthodontics PDF
By Laura Mitchell
This publication offers a concise, yet entire, advent to medical orthodontics. it's designed to entice either undergraduate dental scholars and the training dentist, and it truly is either easy-to-read and completely illustrated.
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The anterior maxillary and mandibular alveolus, and the mid-palate. The bone depth in such sites may be gauged on a lateral cephalograph (Fig. 10) or a CBCT. If the depth 36 The Orthodontic Mini-implant Clinical Handbook is too shallow then the mini-implant tip may perforate the palatal/lingual side of the alveolus or nasal floor, respectively. This is less likely when mini-implants are inserted obliquely hence enabling the safe use of 9 mm body length versions in the anterior alveolus, especially if the insertion level is restricted by a narrow band of attached gingiva (Fig.
Most mini-implant fractures occur flush with the cortical surface, leaving the retained fragment submerged and difficult to retrieve. Provided that the mini-implant is manufactured from a titanium or titanium alloy material then it can be left in situ, to be covered over by soft tissue healing, if the orthodontist is confident that it won’t interfere with any remaining tooth movement or cause root trauma. However, if it is necessary to remove the retained fragment so that a new mini-implant can be inserted, or if an adjacent tooth needs to move towards this site, then a small surgical procedure is required.
Adding mesial bracket tip in order to mesially tip an upper second premolar crown. 4. g. palatal) insertion sites. 5. Use superficial anaesthesia, at least until the risk of root proximity has been discounted, so that live patient feedback from adjacent periodontal membranes is available. 6. Don’t over-insert the mini-implant: it will be prone to tissue overgrowth and/or will loosen if subsequent partial derotation is attempted. 7. Always apply light (circa 50 g) traction for the first six weeks, or even leave unloaded in adolescents where the insertion torque has been low.
An Introduction to Orthodontics by Laura Mitchell