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A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of Upper-Canine Distalization with Clear Aligners, Composite Attachments, and Class II Elastics

VOLUME 51 : NUMBER 01 : PAGES (24-28) 2017

BENEDETTA COMBA, DDS

SIMONE PARRINI, DDS

GABRIELE ROSSINI, DDS

TOMMASO CASTROFLORIO, DDS, PhD

ANDREA DEREGIBUS, MD, PhD

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The popularity of clear aligners has grown rapidly over the past two decades due to the demand for an esthetic and comfortable alternative to conventional fixed appliances. The effectiveness of aligner treatment, however, is still up for debate. A systematic review by Rossini and colleagues, focused on the predictability of orthodontic tooth movement with aligners, found only 11 articles meeting the inclusion criteria. Among all the tooth movements covered in this study, the most ...

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