By Julia Harfin, Augusto Ureña
This e-book is designed to satisfy the wishes of all orthodontists drawn to treating childrens, young people, and/or adults with brackets put on the palatal and lingual surfaces of enamel. It explains find out how to in attaining first-class effects, reminiscent of these got with labial brackets, through recommendations played completely in the dental workplace and warding off use of high-priced outdoors laboratories. The e-book is split into 3 elements. the 1st is dedicated to biomechanics, contemplating every one kind of malocclusion and describing tips on how to organize the arches optimally. this isn't a theoretical part; really it covers features said to be of best useful significance by way of scholars and medical professionals. the second one half explains the way to deal with the commonest malocclusions, with step by step descriptions of innovations utilized in daily scientific perform. The concluding a part of the publication describes completing techniques to reinforce aesthetics and discusses long term results.
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53a, b). a b Fig. 53 (a, b) A Mathieu plier is useful to perform this ligature 26 1 Biomechanics At Fig. 54a, the couple effect is activated: A labial point of flowable restorative material may be useful in order to maintain the elastomeric segment on the labial surface in place (Fig. 54b). a b Fig. 54 (a, b) Labial view of the esthetic elastomeric chain with the labial flow composite for its stabilization Two months later, the normalization of the incisor is evident. For some patients, the elastomeric chain ligature has to be changed for esthetic reasons, every 2–3 weeks (Fig.
016″ surface as in the initial anterior segment of the arch (Fig. 74a, b). a b Fig. 74 (a, b) Two tweed arch-adjusting pliers are needed to twist the wire To continue the omega loop, the same plier on the round side is used to complete the loop. The height of the omega loop should be measured on the patient palatal premises (Fig. 75a, b). a b Fig. 022″ in the same horizontal plane (Fig. 76a, b). a Fig. 76 (a, b) Closer view of the omega loop b Use of Elastics 37 All the closing arches with or without loops have to include the transversal and sagittal reverse curves to prevent torque loss, prevent incisor extrusion, and control the bowing effect (Fig.
Achieving Clinical Success in Lingual Orthodontics by Julia Harfin, Augusto Ureña