August 2018 Issue Highlights The Biocreative Strategy Part 3: Extraction Treatment Biocreative Strategy utilizes light, continuous forces while avoiding long-term posterior brackets and minimizing skeletal anchorage devices. Drs. Kim, Iskenderoglu, Kook, Chung, and Nelson demonstrate two versions of the C-wire used for en-masse retraction, along with adjustable mechanics for anterior torque control.
August 2018 Issue Highlights Single Lower Incisor Extractions in Adult Invisalign Patients In treating an adult Class I patient with a harmonious profile, the orthodontist often has to decide between incisor protrusion or a reduction in tooth size. Now, as shown by Drs. Antelo, Meira, Miyoshi, Allahham, and Tanaka, clear aligners provide an esthetic alternative for adults who meet the criteria for single lower incisor extractions.
August 2018 Issue Highlights CASE REPORT Class III Camouflage Treatment with the Biofunctional TechniqueFree Access Adults with severe skeletal Class III discrepancies often refuse surgical treatment, leaving orthodontic camouflage as the best alternative. Dr. Valarelli and colleagues present a nonextraction case in which Biofunctional appliances were successfully combined with Class III intermaxillary elastics.
August 2018 Issue Highlights THE HOT SEAT Self-Ligating Brackets The Zygoma-Gear Appliance for Maxillary Molar Distalization PEARLS Modified Transpalatal Arch for Simultaneous Intrusion and Retraction Complete table of contents
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