Issue 11.2

A 3-dimensional finite element approach to predict the rate of rapid canine retraction by dentoalveolar distraction Abstract Objective: To determine the rate of space closure by finite element method during rapid canine retraction using dentoalveolar distraction and to correlate its findings to the rate of canine retraction in a clinical…

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Issue 11.1

SIGNIFICANCE OF PERIODONTAL ACCELERATED OSTEOGENIC ORTHODONTICS IN ADJUNCTIVE ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT Abstract Introduction: Coordination and team work between periodontists and orthodontists plays vital role to boost clinical outcomes of mutual therapies concerning interdisciplinary. Furthermore, imprints on orthodontic therapy by reduction in usual treatment time and resisting anchorage loss Methods: Teamwork of…

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Issue 10.4

TRIBOLOGY: A new frontier in orthodontics Abstract:¬†Tribology is the science and engineering of interacting surfaces in relative motion. It includes the study and application of principles of friction, lubrication and wear. Friction is a force that retards or resists the relative motion of two objects in contact. In Orthodontics, friction…

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Issue 10.3

Autotransplantation of Cryopreserved Teeth: A Review Abstract:¬†Autotransplantation of teeth, if carried out successfully, ensures that alveolar bone volume is maintained due to physiological stimulation of the periodontal ligament. Autotransplantation has been carried out for many years, but with varying success rates. As a result, it is seldom regarded as an…

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Issue 10.2

Corticotomy Assisted Orthodontics Abstract The use of orthodontic treatment in adult patients is becoming more common and these patients have different requirements especially regarding duration of treatment and facial and dental aesthetics. Theories to increase the rapidity of tooth movement are always being suggested. One such theory is Corticotomy assisted…

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