Dr. Todd Bovenizer presents a full step Class II malocclusion with blocked-out canines utilizing light open coil springs and elastics with the Damon™ System’s Damon™ Q brackets Evaluation and treatment of Class II malocclusion can present a challenge to the practitioner. One must consider the facial ramifications, as well as skeletal and dental characteristics. [userloggedin] …Read Clinical Study
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Drs. Larry W. White and Kim Fretty discuss simple, inexpensive, and patient-friendly supplements to the Class II corrector armamentarium Abstract Class II malocclusions make up a large part of the difficult orthodontic maladies that clinicians must correct. [userloggedin] Traditional techniques, such as elastics, headgears, and removable functional appliances, have recently been supplanted with so-called noncompliant …Read Clinical Study
Drs. Rohit C.L. Sachdeva, Steve Moravec, and Takao Kubota discuss the application of SureSmile® technology in the management of patients presenting with Class 2 malocclusions Introduction The Class 2 malocclusion does not simply manifest itself as a sagittal problem of the craniofacial complex. [userloggedin] Its etiology and manifestation is a result of a blending of …Read Clinical Study
Drs. Donald J. Rinchuse, Ethan Drake, Janet Robison, and Dara L. Rinchuse offer insights on the various forms of tooth movement Hooke’s Law for springs (and in orthodontics, springs act like beams) simply states, “The extension of (a spring), so the force.” Hooke’s Law applies to stainless steel wires (linear curve) and not for nickel-titanium …Read Clinical Study